"So you're going to get ready the whole time?"
A video of an Indian bride’s reaction to her groom getting his makeup done while she waits for hers has gone viral.
The clip, which was posted on Instagram by makeup artist Glam By Kriti, has now been seen over two million times.
Kriti added the caption: “After removing the bride from her seat, the groom sat down to get his makeup done!”
The video begins with the groom getting what appears to be powder applied onto his face as he asks:
“If girls get makeup done, then why shouldn’t a boy?”
The makeup artist then replies: “Absolutely.”
He continues: “I just say that I get my makeup done plainly, no issues.”
The bride then jokingly asks him to get up, asking:
“So you’re going to get ready the whole time?”
He says: “Absolutely.”
His wife-to-be adds: “Should I come like this?”
The groom replies: “Yes, no worries.”
However, despite her pleading with him to let her have her turn, it is seemingly to no avail.
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Netizens loved the video and took to the comments section.
One Instagram user asked: “Why should girls have all the fun?”
“I want a groom like this too.”
A third commented: “I love this confidence.”
One person added: “The best groom.”
Another comment read: “So cute.”
It comes after a series of recent wedding antics from India went viral.
One couple was seen ‘sailing‘ to their wedding venue in a large cooking pot amid the ongoing floods in Kerala.
Video footage showed the groom, Akash Kunjumon, and bride, A Aishwarya, sitting inside of it and floating along to their ceremony.
Three men were seen in the water alongside them to ensure the kitchenware remained stable and their wedding clothes did not get damaged.
Prior to that, an Indian bride went viral for her rendition of the song ‘Soch Na Sake’ on her wedding day, which was also shared on Instagram.
Dressed in a stunning pink lehenga, she played the guitar as she sang along to Arjit Singh and Tulsi Kumar’s version of Hardy Sandhu’s track.
Men wearing makeup has recently become more mainstream with the industry rapidly growing, including across Asia, according to a recent report.