Once in a while, there comes a moment when lovers or life partners have some sort of misunderstandings (a big one though) when hundreds of texts and calls are not enough to sort it out. Even youngsters take the help of social media and post picture and status for the loved ones for saying sorry in different ways. But here comes a man with a different level of apologizing to his girlfriend and for this he has been trending on social media for a while now.
Recently, when Pune woke up one morning, this is what they witnessed in the Pimple Saudagar area of Pimpri Chinchwad:
A 25 years old man spent over Rs 72,000 in Pune (Pimple Saudagar area of Pimpri Chinchwad) to apologize for his mistake (still the reason is unknown) to his girlfriend whom he called out of love Shivde. He had put 300 hoardings all over the area of Pimpri Chinchwad with a white background with a message 'Shivde, I am sorry' with a big red heart in the middle of each hoarding and banner. Well, this may be cute for all those hopeless romantic guys out there. But this public sorry made him the target of jokes on the social media.
While the fact is still unknown that the guy's girlfriend forgive him after such a chaos all around the city or not but his name is Nilesh Khedekar who is pursuing MBA and has been found when searched by some official for creating this blunder. He has been charged for the same also. An official from the police department told DNA, "Khedekar told that he had some differences with his girlfriend whom he called 'Shivde'. In order to apologize to her, he came up with this idea of putting up hoardings and banners in the area where she stays. Khedekar roped in his friend to execute the plan".
"When we received some complaints that some illegal hoardings have been put up, we started inquiring. We visited a number of flex printing firms and from one of those firms, we got a contact of a person. The person was identified as Vilas Shinde who turned out to be the friend of Khedekar. Shinde told us that Khedekar had given him the task to put up those hoardings and banners," the officer said.
Well, we wonder if the lovebirds still catch up or not but you take a look at these hillarious reactions from Twitteratis.
Indeed, we all want to know!
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