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Video of groom gifting Imran Khan’s picture to bride goes viral on internet

The clip quickly went viral, prompting discussions across social media platforms. Many users described the incident as a "common occurrence" at Pakistani weddings.

A video has surfaced online showing a groom presenting a picture of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to his bride on their wedding day. The clip quickly went viral, prompting discussions across social media platforms. Many users described the incident as a “common occurrence” at Pakistani weddings.

In the video, the couple is seen posing on stage as the groom presents a gift wrapped in blue to his bride. Upon unwrapping it, she appears pleasantly surprised to receive a framed picture of Imran Khan. This incident has sparked debate online, with some questioning the appropriateness of such gifts at weddings.

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The internet’s reaction to the video has been mixed, with various opinions circulating. Some social media users have pointed out that similar scenarios have been observed at wedding celebrations in Pakistan in the past. For example, Shadab, a former Twitter user, shared a similar video in December 2023, depicting his brother receiving a picture of Imran Khan as a wedding gift.

Imran Khan chants were heard at a wedding celebration in Pakistan in a video that went viral in November 2023.

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Imran Khan and his wife Bushra Bibi were sentenced by a Pakistani court on January 31 to 14 years in prison each for allegedly retaining and selling state gifts, known as the Toshakhana case, days before the general election.

Imran Khan, 71, is the founder of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party.

Khan, founder of the main opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, has been in prison since August last year on several charges. The conviction in the state gifts case came a day after the cricket star-turned-politician was handed a 10-year prison term for revealing state secrets.