A video of an Indian bride working on her laptop has gone viral on Twitter, where it has drawn both lighthearted jokes and backlash from social media users.
On July 3, a Twitter user by the name of Dinesh Joshi shared a 13-second clip of the bride taking a phone call while working on her laptop. The groom can be seen taking a seat next to her, seemingly unsure of what to do.
“If you think you are under work pressure then watch this …” Joshi wrote.
— Dinesh Joshi. (@dineshjoshi70) July 3, 2020
The video has since gotten more than 56,000 views and mixed responses. Some found the whole situation funny.
“Ha ha ha. Heights of work pressure,” one person wrote. “This guy might be thinking that he have to do work of home as his wife would be busy in Work From Home.”
“She deserves a raise …” another quipped.
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Others, however, were left dumbfounded -- some even accused the bride of trying to grab attention on social media.
“What the hell????” one asked.
“Typical Indian attitude towards to professional work …” another condescendingly said. “This is more to impress the immediate & extended social circle. High time we call out such fake being busy/highly committed imagery.”
But, perhaps, one Twitter user gave the most reasonable explanation as to why the woman was even on her laptop in the first place.
“It’s a zoom telecast on the wedding day …” the user wrote. “I have attended one recently …”
Indian weddings typically last about three days, according to Brides. If both the bride and groom take part in a Hindu wedding ceremony, the service normally takes place on the third day and can last up to two hours. Many Indian weddings often consist of large parties, which often make for a grand celebration.
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