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The atmosphere is hot for hot bread: At the wedding, the wedding procession pointed guns at the confectioner, threw chairs, fierce fighting took place, the wedding procession returned without the bride – Bollywood Keeda

Farrukhabad News. At a wedding, there was a huge uproar when the wedding guests did not get hot roti. Chairs were broken and guns were pointed at the confectioner. The groomsmen who came to the wedding got so enraged that they started fighting and attacked the girl’s side including the confectioner. The wedding procession returned without the bride.

The whole matter is from Farrukhabad in Uttar Pradesh. Subhash’s daughter Sudha’s wedding was taking place on Sunday night in Chauhta, Shamsabad. A wedding procession had come from Kasganj. At the wedding, some wedding guests kept dancing on the DJ for a long time. After this, when he came to eat food, he could not get hot bread from the tandoor. Citing delay, the artisan expressed his inability to provide hot roti. The wedding guests got angry at this.

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Started insisting on calling the confectioner. As soon as the confectioner arrived, a gun was pointed at him. After this, breaking the chairs and clapping. There was a fierce fight between the wedding guests and the housewives. Seeing the deteriorating atmosphere, the wedding procession returned without the bride.

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