Pakistan Takes Wedding To Next Level, Showers Currency Notes On Guests From Helicopter

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by Yogita Chainani
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Weddings can be a big deal to some people. Right from having tonnes of functions to wearing glamours outfits and booking opulent banquets, some people go all out to make their special day more grand and opulent. But how far would you go to celebrate your special day? Well, we don’t know about you, but this family in Pakistan has gone all out to celebrate a wedding. Curious? Read on for more.

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A Wedding Procession In Pakistan Is Showered With Money And Rose Petals

A wedding clip has recently gone viral, and how. In the video, it can be seen that a wedding procession is showered with money and rose petals by an overhead helicopter. Yep, you read that right! Someone is blessing the couple by throwing money from the sky. Now, how insane is that?

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According to the reports, the brothers of the groom had hired the helicopter to create the display, which took place in Punjab’s Mandi Bahauddin. In most parts of Punjab, it is common to shower the guests arriving at a wedding with rose petals, but the bridegroom’s brothers took it to the next level by hiring the chopper to shower the bridegroom’s arrival with currency notes and rose petals as he travelled from Harraya village for a marriage hall situated at Phalia Road.

A Video Of This Sort Had Gone Viral A While Ago As Well

If you are shocked about this, then you must know that this is not the first time something like this has happened. A similar video had made the round a while ago, showing Sanaullah, an industrialist in Gujranwala, showering guests at his son’s wedding with dollars and Pakistani currency notes.

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Now, we would like to attend a wedding like this? What about you?

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