- A video has got people talking on social media in which a groom could be seen operating his laptop on his wedding day
- He briefly operated the laptop, which he handed over to someone afterwards, while the bride could be seen laughing when her man was busy with the device
- The video generated a lot of reactions after it was shared on Instagram as some believed the man was doing official duty
A viral video of a groom operating his laptop on his wedding day has gone viral on social media as it caused mixed reactions.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @dulhaniyaa, the man could be seen typing some keys on the laptop after which he handed it over to someone.
While he got busy on the laptop, the pandit and the guests could be seen waiting for him so they could start the ritual.
The bride was spotted laughing at the other side of the hall when she saw what her man was doing.
Social media users were divided in their opinion about the video. While some believed the man was working from the wedding, others said he was only setting up the laptop for the other man.
"I don't think he's working, he just wants remove the password."
"He is taking what he wrote on resume seriously... 'I will work on any situation.' "
"We are always judgemental without knowing the other side of the story. Who works on a wedding day. And no management or company is tyrant enough to let you work on such auspicious day of one's life.
"He might be helping someone with setting up music or wedding shoot or something else. If he was working, which seems really odd, then I have no words to say. But I believe, we should not comment without knowing the truth or reality."
"Plot twist: Wife is the boss and she's just having a laugh giving him last minute corrections."
"Marriage is important part of life because it appears once in a lifetime...not your pathetic regular office work, one day you'll leave that job or get fired."
Man graduates after 8 years in university, encourages others to never give up
In other news, a local graduate is certainly proving it's never too late to turn things around after finally completing his BSc degree in Food Science and Technology.
Dakalo Muluvhu's inspirational story was shared by popular student forum, Varsity World.
"Matriculated in 2011 with a diploma. Decided to repeat Grade 12 in 2012 because I got rejected by all varsities that I applied to. 2013 I enrolled at the University of Venda in Food Science and Technology. It took me 8 years to finish it because I repeated some of my modules 3 to 4 times," he added.
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