Indian weddings are a grand affair. There are various functions, outfits, music, dance, and whatnot. But, amid these, we all love to have the variety of food at the weddings. From Indian, Chinese, Italian to Thai, Indian weddings feature all sorts of cuisines. And let's admit it, the food is also why many of us like to attend grand marriages. However, no matter how much preparation the host's family does, there is always some relative who complains about the food. At times, they may not like it, and even if they do, they may not admit it. We all are well aware of these little complaints by certain relatives. Recently, actor and content creator Snehil Mehra from the series Apharan-2 took a hilarious dig at such relatives and did a funny review of "Shadi ka khana". She acted like the people who always criticise the food at weddings. Her video has left the internet in splits.
In a video uploaded by Snehil Mehra, we see that she at a wedding. She made a funny video there and acted like a relative complaining about the food. The video begins with her explaining how the roti is not edible. She says, "Ek dum rubber jaisa roti hai, poora daant mein chipak gaya hai (The roti feels like a rubber. It got stuck to my teeth.) Next, she complains about the fish curry and says that she doesn't eat it. Later, the woman heads to the dessert section and gets excited to see the malpuas. At the same time, she acts confused after seeing the tiramisu. Then she expresses her displeasure over keeping only two items on the vegetarian menu and only fish curry on the non-vegetarian one. Check out her full video here:
Ever since this video was uploaded, it has been viewed 835K times, has 78.5K likes, and has several comments. Many people were amused with her dialogues and acting skills. Check out some of the reactions below:w
"All around India, relatives behave exactly the same."
"Oh God, your dialogues. I have a stomach ache from laughing so much."
"You depict things so nicely. Love it. Hilarious!"
"This is so funny. I have watched this video so many times now."
"You are crazy. God bless you always. Love watching your videos."
Many others have reacted using emojis.
What do you think about this video? Have you ever come across such relatives at family functions? Let us know in the comments below!