Band, Baja and Baraat were ready, man was dressed his best for the D-day and then came his nightmare. The bride abruptly decided to call off the wedding without allowing the other side to even have any say. Yes, welcome to 2020 where India still follows matrimonial laws set in 1950s.
The venue was set for wedding, the guests, the bride and groom had arrived, the rituals were about to begin when the unexpected happened at this wedding in Telangana. Remember the last scene from Karan Johar’s Kuch Kuch Hota Hai? The bride turned into Anjali and stopped rituals midway. Thereafter, she also left the marriage hall saying that she did not want to get married.
The incident took place in Charlapally village of Wanaparty district in Telangana on Friday morning when the rituals were underway. Just before the groom was about to tie the mangalsutra, the bride took everyone around by surprise announcing that she did not want to get married. The relatives tried to convince her to not take the step, but to no avail after which she walked out of the hall.
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The bride’s family allege that she saw her former boyfriend at the wedding after which she took the step. One of the guests at the marriage said,
After spotting him there, she made that decision. We tried to catch him, but couldn’t.
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