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Pak reporter broadcast his own wedding live
By A Staff Reporter February 07, 2018
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ISLAMABAD: Weddings are considered the most lovable ceremonies in one’s life. No matter what one may say that s/he will not fall for anyone, at the end of the day, s/he does fall in love.

Though most of us are busy preparing for the best wedding to be remembered for ages, one Pakistani journalist took his wedding to a different level. He didn’t leave it to chances.

Hannan Bukhari, from a local Pakistani TV channel City 41, decided to broadcast the entire wedding ceremony by himself live.

Clad in his best attire, Bukhari introduces him to the public. He then turns over to the bride and explains, “This is the love of my life. I have been after her for the past 3-4 years. She finally decided to accept me.”

Bukhari asks his would-be-wife, “How are you feeling today of getting married with me.”

The shy bride, “I am very happy…” Putting Bukhari off as he goes on explaining, “I got sports cars, luxury cars and sports bikes for the wedding and she just feels happy,” drawing huge laughter from the crowds.

The bride then opens up and says, “I am grateful that you have fulfilled my wish.”

The video was broadcast live on City 41 and the social media was overwhelmed by the event.

The channel dedicated an entire segment to Bukhari’s wedding.

The entire journalism fraternity praised the young lad’s bold step.

One Twitter user, Dinesh Akula said, “Journalism at its best! A #pakistani journalist covering his own wedding. #hilarious. Best wishes to him and his bride.”

Another user, Arsalan Iftikhar said, “Only in Pakistan would a TV reporter cover his own wedding by interviewing his family and bride…

Bukhari not only interviewed his wife, but also went after his in-laws, seeking blessings and opinion about the grand ceremony.

The video has gone viral and several media houses in the sub-continent are running the story on their websites.

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