LAHORE – Wedding photographs have a special place in one’s life. They denote one of the most important days of one’s life where they are bounded to another person, to share, love, and cherish life together.
One such wedding photography page posted yet another beautiful photograph of a couple.
But, here is the twist. Remember the ‘khana khud garam kr lo’ slogan? Well, the photographer decided to put a little twist to it and caption the photograph as ‘khana main khud garam kerungi’.
The caption read as:
“He: May khana khud garam kar lun ga!!!
She: Nahi khana garam bhi may karungi aur banao gi bhi.
Guy in a mixed feelings of shock and love.
She added: I am a daughter of the East, my norms are strong enough to do things assigned to me by my culture. Being modern never meant doing less, it meant increasing my capabilities for more. I am not here to kill the man in you but to complete us with the woman in me. I can do my jobs and sometimes when you would need me do yours too.
With this she got on her knees and asked him to be hers forever.
Expect anything from a desi girl.”
While in plain sight this was a little humour adding to the essence of the picture, it didn’t go quite well sentiments of some ‘feminists’ as they started to hurl abuses towards him, and even went onto give his page a one star rating, until he had to change the caption altogether and apologize for hurting anyone’s sentiments.
Let’s take a look at the comments:
The caption was then edited.
I didn’t fall in love with you. I walked into love with you, with my eyes wide open, choosing to take every step along…
“I didn’t fall in love with you. I walked into love with you, with my eyes wide open, choosing to take every step along the way. I do believe in fate and destiny. We are only fated to do things that we’d choose anyway. And “I chose you”; in hundred of lifetimes. In hundred worlds, in any version of reality I would find you and I would choose you forever. I’ll choose you over and over and over. Without a pause without any doubts in my heartbeat.
Never meant to hurt anyone’s sentiments,” read the edited captioned.
He further cleared his stance in the comment section:
“You all might want to have a look at this one too!:) lets not take the previous caption too personal!! We support girls as much as guys! Lets take it easy!”
Some people did side with the page, and here are their stances.
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