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The Indian man’s Bollywood style proposition in front of the Eiffel Tower is the most romantic thing ever. look

Viral video today: An Indian man is winning hearts online after a video of his epic Bollywood-style proposal in Paris went viral on social media. The clip was shared on Instagram by ‘wowfactoryparis’, which organizes proposals in front of the Eiffel Tower. With a beautiful setup in front of the Eiffel Tower and the Seine, the words “MARRY ME” were placed on the floor with rose petals and candles.ALSO READ – Viral Video: School Boy Proposes To Girl In The Sweetest Way, Reminds People Of Their First Crush | look

The romantic proposal was arranged in the city of love for a lovely Indian couple – Kshitij Jain and Navdha Khera. The lucky woman’s fiancé could be seen wearing a black suit while she looked stunning in a red dress. He then surprises her by dancing to Shah Rukh Khan’s song Koi Mil Gaya from the hit Bollywood film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Also Read – Viral Video: Ukrainian lifeguard proposes to girlfriend amid moans of siren and melts hearts online | look

The reel shows the man dancing to the song while his girlfriend smiles and blushes. She also joins him and takes a few steps from the song. He then takes one down and asks the big question with a diamond ring. After saying yes, the happy couple could be seen celebrating and kissing. It’s definitely the sweetest thing on the internet today.

WATCH THE VIRAL VIDEO OF AN INDIAN PROPOSING A FRIEND IN FRONT OF THE EIFFEL TOWER HERE:

The same video with the original audio was shared by a Twitter user with a rather rude caption, for which the user received a lot of backlash. The video received over 2.1 million views. “I don’t know who this gentleman is. I’m sure he means well. But no. JUST NO,” the user tweeted.

WATCH THE UNEDITED VERSION OF THE VIDEO HERE:

Another user clapped back at the person who made fun of the man dancing for his girlfriend, saying, “I don’t think he’s proposing to you sir, no need for you to say no.” Another user responded by saying, “What I find offensive is that you share a video of someone you don’t know with the intention of shaming them. This is the problem with social networks. »