If you've been to an Indian wedding, or you're planning to attend one in the most desi way possible, these posters on Indian wedding are here for you to relate. India, which is already world famous for its diversified Culture, Yoga, Rahul Gandhi, Modi, MDH Masala (spices) and what not; is now catching the eyes of people around the world because of its vibrant wedding traditions.
It's not a comparison, but no matter how classical those foreign weddings may sound, they can never be as loud, dhaansu (enjoyable) and desi (typical Indian) as the Indian weddings, because they are more about guests and food, rather than bride and groom. However, there are certain things which you can feel only when you're invited to a wedding.
Let's have a look at some of the most common 'Mere-Saath-Bhi-Hua-Hai' moments that you may experience this wedding season.
If you've never been to an Indian wedding, then definitely you're among those who believe that these weddings are tiring. Don't you? But, trust me - It's not always that tiring.
Almost every Indian girl has heard these words from her mother's mouth because she believes that all the guests in the party are coming to find a 'Susheel-Kanya' for their 'Nalayak-Beta'. And by the time you're coming back from the side, your parents would have a few despo lined up for you already.
Just when you get in your zone and dance in front of Groom's-Ghoda like there's no one watching, a strange looking 'Raju Uncle' would come from nowhere to step on your feet. Ouch!
Coming out alive after dancing in the procession is your most significant achievement in life.
'You're next,' and they won't stop until you start doing the same at the funerals.
To look different, makeup for the procession starts 12 hours before, but the irony is, they all look the same.
Let me tell you one thing pretty straight; there are three types of women you'll spot in almost all the weddings you'll ever attend in India. First, "Jo-Makeup-Karke-Aati-Hain."
And third, "Jo-Bohot Saara-Makeup-Karke-Aati-Hain" but still they'll say, "Mai makeup nahi karti, I look beautiful naturally." Thoda to Bhagwan se daro, Didi. Khair, koi bat nahi!
When a cameraman irritatingly comes closer to us while we're enjoying our meal, and says "Madam-Thoda-Plate-Idhar-Karke-Khao-Na," mood spoils instantly.
It's none other than 'Tandoori Roti.' The queue shown in the picture is seen in almost every Indian wedding; it's so popular that it has been declared as the National queue of India in some parts of the country.
Well, these pictures are just a trailer, and in case you're 'excited than before' and want to enjoy an entire film, then do attend any wedding this season.
That's all, folks! (Aage ni ho pppaaeegaa)