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Couple sings “Kothe Te Aa” at their wedding, sets internet on fire

A newlywed Mumbai couple, Anant and Veena, is setting the internet on fire with their adorable chemistry and soulful singing.

The video, which is going viral on WhatsApp, was shared by Anant on Twitter.

In the video, which has 1,843 retweets 6,065 likes, the newlyweds can be seen singing their own version of the famous song Kothe Te Aa by Jagjit and Chitra Singh.

He also revealed that the lyrics of the song were written by him for the parents of the bride. How cute is that!

Anant shared the video on Twitter with the caption, “My lovely wife, @veenaparasher and me, singing on our Wedding. We want to thank all of you for the love, blessings and messages that we had been receiving since yesterday after our video has been shared on Social Media/Whatsapp. As requested, sharing the original full video here.”

The video starts by Veena teasing her husband to cut off his beard and listen to her mom, to which he replies that he will convince their mom and even cut off his beard for her.

After which she again teases him that he is scared of her dad to which he replies singing that he doesn’t care if he receives a beating, he will convince her dad also.

The video has been creating a lot of stir online with people showering their love on the couple and falling for their adorable chemistry.

https://twitter.com/_bomb_sugar_/status/1120194073195884544

 

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