Pakistani-groom wore Shoes-made of gold and Tie designed with gold crystals to his “Walima”

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Pakistani-groom wore Shoes-made of gold and Tie designed with gold crystals to his “Walima”

Indian continents are known for its wealthy weddings and the many surpluses we indulge in during our shaadis. Not to forget our obsession with all things gold as it is an integral part of the wedding  Taking the obsession to the next level, a groom in Pakistan dressed in the most extravagant outfit for his reception, made of gold – according to local reporters.

Grooms name is Salman Shahid, a businessman from Lahore wore a blingy gold suit to his wedding reception.

He paired the gold suit was paired with a matching tie decorated with gold crystals. To match all the golden glory of his suit and tie, there were shoes made out of real gold. Wonder if he stole the bride’s thunder with that outfit.

No wonder he stole the thunder of the Bride with his outfits.

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According to some reports, the suit cost 63,000 Pakistan rupees as it is embedded with crystals and jewels. The shoes, made out of 320 grams of real gold, cost a whopping PKR 17 lakh. The price tag of the entire outfit was 25 lakh Pakistan rupees.

When the groom was asked why he wore this all golden attire he said, “I always wanted to wear gold shoes. People wear it around their neck or as a crown. I wanted to tell people that wealth is like the dirt on your feet, it should stay there”. He also said, “I always wanted to wear gold shoes”.

Well, social media is a kind of platform where there is something weird and attention seeking things, they go viral in minutes.

When the pictures went viral and people around watch it they start making comments… “One can pay for a surgery by selling one shoe,” commented a user on Instagram. Another wrote, “I would like to see what the bride wore if the groom had such Nakhrey (tantrums)!”

According to reports, the groom was accompanied by several security men.

But with gold shoes in the picture, we want to know if the “Joota Churaai” ritual went as planned.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 15 Apr 2018

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