Newly wed Mumbai pair croons their own versions of ‘Kothe Te Aa’ at their wedding; Video turns viral

A newlywed pair, Anant and Veena, who belongs to the city of Mumbai, is setting the web afire with their delectable interpersonal chemistry and expressive singing.

The video recording, which is turning viral on WhatsApp, got shared by Anant on his personal Twitter handle.

In the video recording, which got over 1,843 retweets 6,065 likes, the newly wedded pair can be witnessed singing their personal edition of the famed song Kothe Te Aa by ace personalities Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh.

Anant also disclosed that the song lyrics were penned by him for the bride’s parents of the bride.

Anant posted an adorable video recording on his personal Twitter handle 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 super special video begins by the bride irritating her hubby to cut his beard and pay attention to her mother, to which the boy answered that he will convince their mother and even cut off his beard for her.

After which she again taunted him that he is afraid of her father to which he answered by singing that if his dad beats him up, he doesn’t care and he will convince her dad as well.

The video recording has been creating a lot of stir all over the web with Twitterati showing their affection towards the pair and falling for their sweet interpersonal chemistry.

by Neetu Panwar | Wed, Apr 24 - 12:45 PM

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