This filmmaker took a jibe at Parineeti Chopra-Raghav Chadha’s engagement? Said – marriages just for photographing…
Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri tweeted immediately after the engagement of Parineeti and Raghav Chadha saying that people get married only for photos.
Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra and Aam Aadmi Party leader Raghav Chadha got engaged on Saturday night. The engagement of these two stars took place on the previous day at Kapurthala House in Delhi. Some special family members and friends were present during this engagement. Along with this, on this big day of Parineeti and Raghav, their sister Priyanka Chopra, Manish Malhotra, Delhi CM Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann also participated.
Pictures and videos of Parineeti and Raghav’s engagement are constantly going viral on social media. The engagement pictures of Raghav and Parineeti are being liked a lot. On the other hand, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, filmmaker of The Kashmir Files, has made a tweet without naming anyone.
In which he has said tauntingly that nowadays people are getting married just to get the photo clicked. After this tweet by the filmmaker, people say that Vivek Agnihotri has taunted Parineeti and Raghav’s engagement, and after that he was also trolled fiercely.
What did Vivek Agnihotri tweet
Vivek Agnihotri tweeted, “People are getting married just for wedding pictures, videos and looks and to get the tag of ‘destination wedding’. a wedding planner told me. It is true that I was at a destination wedding and someone said that the wedding photographer was getting late and the bride fainted.
Social media users are seen giving their reactions on the filmmaker’s tweet. One user wrote that it started with ‘Bollywood middle class suddenly getting money’. Now they do not know how to use it wisely. And Starangel, the same couples get divorced within a few years.
A user named Sachin wrote that ‘Totally agree, it started right after Virat Anushka’s marriage, but they had such a natural, authentic and cultured marriage, not a show off. But now they want to capture fake moments only for social media. Ordinary people are fighting them which is even worse. A user named Sangeeta wrote that ‘marketism has had such a bad effect that even a sacred social institution like marriage has become limited to photos only’.