This video of Indian groom playing PUBG at his wedding has taken the internet by storm
In this video, we can see the groom engrossed in playing PUBG that he didn't even care to look over what is happening at his own wedding.
We all know how addictive PUBG has become nowadays but never knew that it could be this fascinating that an Indian groom was caught playing it during his wedding. This video is going viral and has taken the world by a storm.
On this D-day, the poor bride had a tough competition with the PUBG game that stole the attention, not only of the groom but also of the wedding guests. The groom didn't take his eyes off the screen without paying attention to his bride; the guests were also left ignored. The video also showed how the groom refused a gift from a guest as he blocked his view from the screen and disturbed him. The bride kept staring at him helplessly and we can guess what she might be thinking.
The video was uploaded to TikTok, which showed the groom playing PUBG while his bride stared at him in disbelief.
Today this video might have grabbed everyone's attention and laughed their lungs out, but this forces us to think about a very important concern: the frivolity of the action of the groom and his addiction to a game, where he is not excited or interested about such an important day of his life.
However, we are not sure if everything was organized just to make a TikTok video as this short video application is a global sensation now and people often shoot these videos to share on the platform. In the same way, PUBG has taken addiction to online gaming to the next level and millions of Indians are addicted to their phones due to this game. TikTok was temporarily banned from being downloaded by following the court orders.
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