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Bride takes big decision after groom slaps her at wedding

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 24 January 2022, 13:37 IST
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A wedding in the Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu has been hitting headlines after a groom slapped his bride for dancing at a wedding function. After getting slapped by the groom, the bride took a big step that shocked many people.

The filmy style incident took place on January 20 in Kadampuliyur village of Tamil Nadu where the daughter of a well-known local businessman was supposed to tie the knot.

The bride from Panruti, and the groom from Periyakattupalayam, are reportedly engaged in November 2021.

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As per reports, the day before the wedding, the families of the groom and the bride were dancing at one of their marriage functions. Initially, everyone was happy and fine.

Reportedly, the groom got angry when a cousin of the bride joined them and started dancing by putting his hands on the shoulder of the couple.

The groom got irked over this gesture of the bride’s cousin and he pushed his wife-to-be and the cousin. Later, when the bride joined him on stage, a heated discussion took place between the couple, and then the groom allegedly slapped the woman.

The bride decided to call off the wedding and her family also supported her. The girl’s family then found a suitable husband within the family and as she agreed, the two got married on the same wedding date.

According to media reports, the groom has complained with the police and alleged that the girl’s family threatened them and also demanded Rs 7 lakh compensation-- the amount his family allegedly spent on the wedding arrangements.

A police officer told that the boy’s complaint has been registered. But he is also accused of slapping the bride.

Police are investigating the matter.

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First published: 24 January 2022, 13:37 IST