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A student crashed a wedding to eat, and the groom’s answer was hilarious

There is no one more deserving of celebration than the bride and groom, but the wedding is also a significant event for their loved ones. At Indian weddings, guests and hosts mingle over delicious cuisine and celebratory toasts. It is traditional for the reception to have a spectacular buffet or meal. The wedding feast can include any delectable delicacies depending on where you live in the country. A recent Bihar University student decided to crash a local wedding, pretending to be a guest to eat for free. The following events will have you in fits of laughter.

The student posted a video of himself, identified as Alok Yadav, on Instagram Reels. Over 1.5 million people have seen it, and 167,700 have liked it in just 48 hours, making it a viral sensation. The growth rate is exponential. The video showed Yadav seated on the stage with the groom at the wedding. He says he crashed the groom’s wedding for free food. “We’re checking out, so we’ll stay at the hostel.” Humain aa gaye yaha pe khane. because I lived in a hostel and was hungry. “No products were manufactured at that location,” he explains. He then asks the groom if he has any objections, to which the latter responds that he does not.

The student from Bihar then offers his best wishes to the groom on his upcoming nuptials and future travels. “That’s why we’re here—to let you know that we’re so happy to hear from you. Please allow me to break the news to you all at once: I was going to gatecrash the wedding for some food, but I realized I should probably tell you first.

“Best wishes on your wedding day!” exclaimed the forthright student. Funny enough, the groom responds by saying, “Apne hostel ke liye bhi khana lete jana” (take some food for your hostel, too).

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This student’s hilarious and relatable video has gone viral. In the opinion of some, this is a common problem among hostel-dwelling students. One commenter said, “Students aisa hi karte hain, begani shadi me abdulla diwana,” while another asked, “Confidence dekh rahe ho?” (Are you seeing his confidence?) Dulha sochta hoga ek baar video puri hone do fir batata hu was repeated by a few others.

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