Work from home is the new normal for many of us. Now that we have known that we could work from anywhere, in India, a video of a bride typing away on her laptop at her wedding went viral on Twitter, and social media users can't stop sharing it.
The video was posted by a Twitter user @hvgoenka, who captioned it: "If you think you are under work pressure, then watch this."
Attending a work meeting on Zoom while doing the dishes is relatively common by now but have you ever heard of someone working at their wedding?
A Twitter user @ArpitChokhani tweets: "This is not work pressure. It's either a greedy company or an inefficient employee or a combination of both. Please don't take this as a benchmark for your company or your employees.”
In the video, the bride is in full wedding attire, but she's not interacting with relatives or speaking to her to-be husband. Instead, she's busy on a phone call with her eyes glued to the laptop screen! The groom walks into the frame but gets no attention from her. #Priorities, right?
Social media users obviously couldn't help laughing. Here's how another user @Anil4Joseph posted: "Typical Indian attitude towards professional work... It is more to impress the immediate and extended social circle. High time we call out such fake being busy/highly committed imagery."
Social media users are really confused whether it was a Zoom call to broadcast the wedding or a genuine work call. The video garnered over 10k views.