Do you know the greatest hub of relationships these days? Ah… Young Love Birds, Hands in hands, sneaking here and there to spend some time together– the perfect perks of studying in a co-ed university where people fall in love amid their books, assignments, and exams. Lol!
After all, what is the harm in having someone as your Wazir-e-Ishq, who is always available and possessive about you? For many, there is no harm, but it begins when you cross that ‘line’ in a public place and your relationship becomes the interest of everyone else on-campus.
A latest viral video of a girl proposing a boy amid tens of people while getting on her knees has hailed the whole internet. The girl dressed in yellow is seen with a red rose bouquet in her hands presenting to her fellow love bird. The girl said something, most probably the Ghisa Pita ‘I love you’, but her voice was suppressed in the cheering crowd, who was busy hooting and making videos. Later, the boy embraced her, Oh my God, too much romance, and the video ends.
In another video, the girl was giving some cards and red roses separately, one following the other making it more indigestible for the singles. LMAO!
As soon as the video came to the spotlight of the University of Lahore (UOL) Facebook page, hundreds of people jumped into the comments section, divided between trolls and moral lectures.
Relating it to the recent Aurat March, people called it the first result of Mera Jism Meri Marzi.
Many condemn this activity being in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Others said the university should change its name to “University of Romance.” Lol!
Further pointing to Shehroze Sabzwari and Sadaf Kanwal’s nikkah, one has posted that we are number one at hypocrisy,
After all this, the final results have announced the university saying, Tu Mera Putt Chhuti Kar!
Moreover, someone mocked the couple’s suspension from the university by labeling Dakhla Mana Hai!
Thus, the girl has shattered all the stereotypes that only men have to make the first move to start a relationship. But the reality is, this public stunt of display of affection deems to be a disgraceful being in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and a slap on the face of educational institutions.
What do you think about this?