With the wedding season going strong, it’s hard not to get swept up in this wave. Yet at one wedding it was hard not to get swept away by the bride’s enormously spread out lehnga!
One bride’s train really took center stage at her wedding. Talk about making a statement.
اس باجی نے بھی بکرا عید پہ ٹویٹ کیا ہو گا کہ قربانی سے بہتر ہے ہم کسی غریب کو پیسے دے دیں۔ pic.twitter.com/qU73X9BPnB
— Aqib (@haqib0) February 23, 2020
Word is that this lehnga weighs some 100 kilograms.
Social Media Reacts
This statement lehnga makes quite the fashion statement. No wonder it got people talking on social media.
Not everyone has something nice to say, and the bride and her lehnga are being bombarded with mixed responses.
Of course, some people decided to give sermons over it.
Leave it to pakis to find ways of extra spending at the weddings. The younger generation should be fighting against Jaheez and but these things but here we are.
We should also start the trend of donating the sherwani and lehnga pic.twitter.com/thrfgx9GBH
— War Daddy (@uzairjaat) February 23, 2020
On the other hand, the dress does take away the spotlight away from the bride.
Samaj nahi arahi…!
Is it the bride wearing the lehnga or the lehnga wearing the bride !!?? https://t.co/TJlx3FKdVb
— KHUSHI ? (@Ab_Bsss) February 23, 2020
While there were plenty of curtain and cleaning jokes going around, no one did the service of making many memes.
When you like your room's curtains so much you make a whole lehnga out of them. https://t.co/87fgeRlIOk
— ? (@pseudoyooman) February 24, 2020
When you hear that in-laws don’t have any blankets, curtains, pillow cases, bed sheets, and you have a very secret plan to fix that!!
— Khan ?? (@AKhan_TN) February 23, 2020
All the memes we got from this.
He: DastarKhwan alag sy order kiya to budget zyada hoga.
She: Oh my baby. Don't worry use my Lehnga. https://t.co/TGcYneKGqn
— Fawad Tariq(?Karachi Kings?) (@SF_Tariq) February 24, 2020
Jitni chadar ho utny paon phelao….
— EL Professor (@freakiahmed) February 23, 2020
— Mohsin Malik? (@Mohsin_leo1) February 24, 2020
Bottom line is – if she can afford it, she’s allowed to wear whatever she wants on her wedding day. Weddings are all about the bride so we should learn to let her have her moment.
If wasting all that money made her happy on her special day, who am I to judge?
All I know is that My wife’s shaadi jora has been in its box and never worn since the shaadi day. I’ve worn my shaadi day suit like dozens of times since ?♂️
— Khurram Qureshi (@qureshik74) February 24, 2020