Let’s be honest, one of the main attractions at a wedding party is food. Visit any marriage reception, you will find people in hordes thronging the chaat and kebab corners, indulging in panipuri, dahi bhalle, chicken kebab, paneer tikka and more. A video recently went viral on social media where guests attending a wedding function were seen breaking into the buffet area as soon as it opened for dinner. The hilarious video grabbed several eyeballs, garnering 33 million views, 1.8 million likes and thousands of comments till now. The video was uploaded on Instagram from a handle named ‘baagdi_baata_’. “A friend has shared,” reads the caption. Take a look.

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In the video, we could see a waiter hastily asking his colleagues to move away from their positions as anxious guests hurried towards the dining area. The video also featured a man, who seemed to be an elderly person, rushing towards the first counter, picking up a plate and instantly started filling it up with different food items. Others followed him to get their hands on the food before it ran out.

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People on the internet in no time started reacting to this hysterical video, with one calling it to be the ultimate “wedding goals”. Another person commented, “Our friends in weddings”. A third comment reads, “Bhukkad (hungry people)”. A user further wrote, “What kind of wedding guests they are?” Several other people reacted to the video with multiple “laughing out loud” emojis.

What do you think about this hilarious wedding reception video? Have you ever experienced such a situation at a wedding party? Do let us know in the comments below.

About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.

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