If Pakistanis love anything more than screaming “Is this the Islamic Republic of Pakistan?!”, it is spending lavishly at weddings in a contest to prove who has the most wealth.
From the past three months of the wedding season currently storming throughout the country, one of the most hilarious and essential elements of this event is the bridal entry, which has a specific song and décor set according to the bride’s wishes. Because of this we have gotten some hilarious and creative outtakes we would love to share with our audience.

Like this one where apparently the symbolism should be that she is music???

Literally no comment.

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Apparently the song encouraging the rise of the proletariat is literally what fits the theme of a big fat Lahori wedding

https://twitter.com/itsallbakwass/status/1623771647906918403?s=20

And if we analyze the metaphorical meaning of this entrance: it is to symbolize the growing rise of how much $1 will cost in Pakistan

https://twitter.com/saihan_io/status/1609845399367344128?s=20

PLEASE SOMEONE EXPLAIN TO US KAY YE KYA HO RAHA HAI

*Reads Forty Rules of Love once*

Pls we will invest our entire savings to see this

For 30 minutes?!! God lord

Maybe Tom Cruise should take notes on what an entrance for the next Mission Impossible movie should look like