Indian weddings are all about 'Sharmana and ghabrana.'
We have seen in movies and TV serials how they beautifully portray a 'suhagraat' - A bride is sitting on the bed with a 'ghoonghat', and you can see her nervousness and discomfort through her actions. And then her 'Dulha' enters the room very slowly and closes the door. The bride clinches her fist as the groom walk towards her, and she offers him to drink a glass of 'kesar dudh'. Then, he slowly takes her 'ghoonghat' off, and they both lie down on the bed and the lights go off.Now, let's get out of the television screen and talk about the reality. Well, the first night of a newly married couple excites everyone more than the bride and the groom themselves. But there is not always a 'happy ending'.Here are the confessions of some newly married couples' first night that made them realize what they have gotten into for a lifetime.
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