Ever been to one? Of course you have!
Sabke “Bhaiyon” ko “Bhabhiyan” aur “Didi” ko “Jija” toh chahiye hi!
But have you noticed, Indian Weddings are extra special because of the huge guest list, just because two poor people have agreed to a lifetime of misery!
The Indian Wedding Guests, with their own unique “andaaz”..
The Unsatisfied Phupha Ji and Jija Ji
Don’t you dare ask them why their faces resemble that of Amrish Puri from “Diljale.” Because that’s their official face for all family weddings.
It is the birth right of every Phupha Ji and Jija Ji to feel like they are not being entertained properly by their “Sasuraal-Waalas.” They are just not concerned if the family is attending 400 or 500 other guests, they have to be “Diljale”.
The Moral Police Bua Ji
Now we are sure you have one at every Indian Wedding. They are from a different divine land altogether & as per her we are some Anti-God, Destructor of the universe, Abolishers of our “Mata-Pita” ke sanskaar. Apparently doing everything wrong ‘morally’ and Bua Ji is here to detoxify us and bless the wedding.
The hawwtt saali and dulhe ke sexy dost!
Do we need to elaborate?
The “Plus one” a.k.a. “feed your family for entire month”
Noticed that padosi aunty whose “plus one” was the ‘tiffin ka dabba’ which she would overfill and then wrap some kullche in a napkin and extra raita in a disposable glass, while she still complains
Khaane mein variety nhi thi shaadi mein! Kofte bhi thodhe hard the!
Every Indian wedding has one or some Enthu-cutlets, overexcited as if its their wedding. They scare everyone off from the dance floor, creep every girl out, meet every relative as if they are meeting the president!
“Just CHILL BRO!”
The Rajni-Can Mama Ji
There is this one character always who is like Rajnikant carrying the entire wedding on his shoulder. Mostly Mamajis are like that, on their phone the entire time going “maa di behen di” at caterers throughout the wedding.
Emoji se bhi emotional aunty
I once encountered this lady who was so emotional during the entire wedding, cried a bit every time she saw the bride…
Itni badi kab ho gayi pata bhi nhi chala, dekho apne ghar ki ho gayi!
Cut the “babul ki duauein leti jaa.” Please!
The drunken Taaya Ji (Tau Ji)
They are the best Naagin dancer at the Indian Weddings and the happiest ones too.
The college crowd who gate crashed, or the people living next to the wedding hall who were just not in the mood to cook today!
The Raaes Delhi waali Aunty
Inki ammijaan shayad kehti thi, beta kisi ke ghar jao, sheikhi zarur maaro!
The friends who actually KNOW the bride or the groom
They get so over excited that they start acting like its their college’s cultural event. (Behave peeps!)
Next time you attend a wedding, do look for these gems!
And don’t forget to share this article with all these special Indian Wedding guests you have had to tolerate!