It is a common tradition in Pakistan to hold weddings during the winter season, which is eagerly anticipated by many throughout the year. Recently, the weddings of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf, and Shadab Khan have garnered significant attention on social media. In addition to these notable events, several Pakistani celebrities have also recently gotten married in the past two months.
It is well-known that Mehndi and Mayun functions have become increasingly popular in Pakistani weddings nowadays. It appears that these ceremonies have become a necessary aspect of a complete wedding, and may soon become a standard ritual. During these events, the bride and groom invite their close relatives and friends to their homes to celebrate, dance and engage in various festivities until late at night. Unfortunately, this trend is being heavily promoted on social media, contributing to its widespread adoption.
A video has recently gone viral on social media in which a bride is seen entering the wedding hall while singing the Indian song “Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe” for her groom. Her joyful and expressive performance toward her groom is so endearing that it is hard not to fall in love with her. Prior to this, there have been other viral videos circulating on social media, such as those showcasing lively dance performances at Pakistani weddings or even bringing a baby donkey to a Mehndi ceremony.
The viral video features Sehrish, a doctor by profession, holding a mic and singing the Indian song “Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe” as she enters the wedding hall to express her love for her future spouse. The combination of her melodious voice and the confetti created an unforgettable and memorable moment for the newlyweds.
If you’re interested in watching a video of a Pakistani bride expressing her love to her groom in a romantic manner, you can click on the link provided below.
Following the viral video of the Pakistani doctor bride, individuals took to social media to express their thoughts and opinions like this.
Please share any unique or interesting stories about wedding moments from either the bride or groom that you may have witnessed. We look forward to reading about your experiences. Thank you!