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Viral Video: Husband Sings Ghazal For Wife’s Birthday, Her Reaction Will Leave You In Splits

By Disha Sharma -
  • Updated
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  • 19th June 2021,
  • 6:00 PM

A Twitter user shared a video of her parents where Prof. V.K Tripathi can be seen singing ghazal Khuda Kare Ki Mohabbat Mein by Talat Aziz for his wife on her birthday.

Rakhi Tripathi viral video

Rakhi Tripathi viral video

Viral Video: Have you ever witnessed a situation where the entertainer is trying his best to entertain the audience, but audience has shown no interest? Then todays’ viral video will definitely leave you in splits. The reason is that this video is not about praising a man’s talent, but it’s his wife’s expression that is tickling the funny bones of netizens.

A Twitter user shared a video of her parents where Prof. V.K Tripathi can be seen singing ghazal Khuda Kare Ki Mohabbat Mein by Talat Aziz for his wife on her birthday. So, in case you’re thinking it’s Professor Tripathi’s singing is grabbing the attention of everyone, then you’re wrong, it’s his wife Mrs Tripathi’s expression that has stolen the limelight.

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In a 45-second-long video, the wife looks uninterested and yawning while the husband croons a soulful song by singer Talat Aziz. Their daughter captioned it saying that today’s her mother’s birthday and her father is singing a song. So, don’t make faces.

This video was shared on June 15 and has over 1000 likes. It is still trending on the Internet. Rakhi Tripath is an Associate Professor in Information and  Technology.

Netizens couldn’t stop themselves from giving their best reaction.

A few days back a video was trending where Nutritionist Dr. Sharvari Inamdar can be seen doing push-ups and pull-ups in saree. With 5,071 followers, she continues to encourage young and elder people to follow a strict fitness regime.

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She has been following a strenuous fitness regime for the past five years. She has not only mastered push-ups, pull-ups and weight training but also pulled off these exercises in a saree effortlessly.

Speaking to a leading daily, Dr. Sharvari opened up about today’s stigma associated with saree. She said that women do not wear sarees every day because it’s not comfortable for everyone to wear a saree. But wearing a saree should not be a barrier for any household woman who look after her body. So, that is why I celebrate womanhood.

 

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