"Recession ho ya inflation, shadiyaan toh hoti rahengi" – who knew this one discourse from Anushka Sharma and Ranveer Singh's Band Baaja Baaraat would make so much more sense six years after the film's discharge?
Weddings in India are a celebration of community – there's a motivation behind why the term 'huge Indian wedding' is so prevalent thus well-suited. So has the scrapping of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes reported by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8 had an effect on the wedding scene in India? We should investigate.
Situation #1: In this extraordinary wedding in Surat, Gujarat, a couple got hitched on a financial plan of just Rs. 500. Neither huge nor fat however a wedding none the less, and a charming one at that. "Since our wedding date was at that point altered, we chose to abandon an excellent marriage and rather had a 'chai, paani wala' wedding," the prepare told ANI. The lady of the hour too was content with this setting. You know how the 'miyan biwi razi…' saying goes right?
— ANI (@ANI_news) November 25, 2016
Situation #2: If you think the primary situation was cool, look at what this current couple's doing to guarantee a cheerful and helpful day. They're sitting with credit/check card machines at their gathering. Say what? Everybody's known about plastic money (you kinda need to, given the circumstance we're in) however 'plastic shagun' may simply be a first. Alright, we're not certain if the couple really did this at their wedding or if this is only a joke to help the inclination yet this appears like a significant slick arrangement.
Best gift to give nowadays to couples to collect Shagun 😂😜what say guys ?? pic.twitter.com/NltseDfPTh
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) November 23, 2016
Situation #3: This privilege here is the reason we depicted the idea of 'plastic shagun' as a smart thought. Envision this Chennai man's predicament remaining in the bank line with a wedding card in his grasp. "My companion's girl will get hitched tomorrow and her gathering is planned to occur today evening," he told ANI on November 10, days after PM Modi's declaration. "I came to RBI to trade notes yet just got Rs. 4,000. Despite the fact that I requested more by indicating marriage card, they can't," he said. Obviously they did, just a PAN card or Aadhar card is satisfactory confirmation, not a companion's little girl's wedding card
Chennai-Man carries the wedding card of his friend's daughter to bank,requests them to grant him over Rs 4000,authorities denied his request pic.twitter.com/8KKZYhL6rB
— ANI (@ANI_news) November 10, 2016