New Delhi: There's no denying that the Indian weddings are going out of hand but this couple took it too far by literally landing in a giant eagle cage at their wedding venue.
While helicopters and jets have now become a common sight in big fat Indian weddings, using a giant eagle to make a smashing entry is something the Indian 'baraatis' are not accustomed to.
Still finding it hard to digest? Watch the video below to believe it:
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the groom and bride.
Indian weddings are getting out of hand. pic.twitter.com/AEWlxw54xD
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 13, 2018
The video was shared by a popular handle on Twitter with a really interesting caption, "It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the groom and bride.
Indian weddings are getting out of hand."
With old Hindi classic 'Baharo Phool Barsaao' by Mohammed Rafi being played in the background, the couple decided to stand out from the rest of the couples by literally flying above the attendees. If that was not all, the firecrackers attached to the bird started to burst as soon as the cage hit the ground!
Well, this 'bird entry' has clearly surpassed the Bollywood action-thrillers. For people who have watched this and wish to imitate the act in your wedding day, please do it at your own risk as the whole process is extremely hazardous and you wouldn't want your D-Day to turn into your last day on earth so definitely look before you leap!