We have all seen hundreds and thousands of photos on the internet and in real life too of various couples with unique and not so unique ideas of their pre-wedding and wedding photoshoots. But you might have never ever dreamt of something like this. It seems that they were thinking of starting a new trend, which might actually take off. But people are laughing all over the place.
A tweet became viral which shows this couple enjoying their wedding photoshoot in ‘mud’, yes you read that right – mud! That too against a hilly background and in a field of paddy. Ok, now you can LOL for some time here. People who have seen these photos want to know whose ‘clever’ idea was this!
The pre-wedding photoshoot has been termed as ‘Pre-wedding shoots going vera level’, the photos show the newly wedded couple in a puddle of mud and whatnot. Not only that, they seem to enjoy that and aren’t bothered about it at all. Some people joked about them and arguing that is it a pre-wedding or a post-wedding shoot.
And here is that famous tweet that started it all.
Pre wedding shoots going vera level. pic.twitter.com/2ANCkElkMT
— Burj கனல் (@5haiju) 20 November 2019
Guys you are allowed to be creative but don’t get carried away with such strange ideas. Thanks. LOL!!!
Here are a few really funny reactions to this photoshoot.
Sindhur on forehead. This must be post wedding
— Jerry🐀 (@TomKiJerry) 20 November 2019
— Billa Mama (@badamyaaoon) 21 November 2019
Usually couples do mud slinging after a few years but ok.
— Sumedha Iyer (@sumeidha) 22 November 2019
maha adbhutam pic.twitter.com/r3L0L2pDcS
— Rajinikanth (@Rajinikanth94) 21 November 2019
Hahahahahaha. Mitti di Khushboo aayi
— Syed Abdul Mannan سيد عبدالّمنان (@SyedAbdul22) 21 November 2019
Photoshoot kam Takeshi Castle jyada lag raha hai
— Kush Dedhia Mufc (@kushdedhia) 22 November 2019
🤦🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️ So they had wear tons of makeup , spent lakhs of rupees, just to clicked themselves in mud 😌 , and
all of this for social media attention.
एक से एक महान लोग सब है।
— Ãàlóó Yádáv (@LahariyaCut) 21 November 2019