Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s wedding was a closely guarded secret and nobody came to hear even a whisper of it. It’s only now that the deed is done reports are coming out that the wedding preparations were going on for a year right from the time when the couple’s parents had met to discuss the nuptials. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma tied the knot in Tuscany, Italy and only a chosen few with intimate family were present to witness the Indian Cricket Captain and the A-list Bollywood actress exchange wedding vows. However, one twitter thread stood out which was a funny take on the people who grace Indian weddings. The hilarious Twitter thread depicted a supposed Virat Kohli’s ‘fake baraat’ and had really fiunny captions and images to support each and every relation that it depicted.

Once the cat got out of the bag when the couple chose to share their first wedding pictures on social media it took the internet by storm and people were busy tweeting and retweeting their posts. Fans went berserk tweeting about #Virushka wedding and #VirushkaKiShadi and some hilarious tweets made the rounds. Manyavar, the clothing brand for which Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma had shot for an advertisement was also roped in and joked upon but this Twitter thread is a hands-down winner of the best tweet ever. The Twitter thread posted by account Yo Yo Funny Singh puts the spotlight on types of friends and family that graces every Indian wedding. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma Wedding Album: View All the Pictures From Engagement, Haldi, Mehndi and Marriage Rituals

Virat Kohli’s Tweet

Anushka Sharma’s Tweet

Check out the hilarious Twitter thread of ‘fake’ Virat’s baraati below. Rohit Sharma’s Advice to Anushka Sharma Post her Marriage to Virat Kohli Shows he has Changed his Loyalty

Naraaz Phupha

Responsible Elder brother

Car-o-Bar wala dost

The friend who forced the groom to dance

Shareef Dost

NRI cousin

Elders in the baraat

Dulhe ke Tauji

Bua ka beta

Dulhe ki Behne

Ex-girlfriends and crushes

The younger brother-in-law

Bhabhi ke dost

Office Colleagues

Bachelor friends from college

Sulky neighbour

Angry Relatives

South Indian friend

The elders

The oldies who relate their marriage tales

Extra-shareef dost

Kameene Dost

Show-off dost

Dulhe ki Bua ji

Dulhe ke NRI Bhaiya

Unwanted baraati

Dulhe ke saale

The sisters-in-law

The groom is ready, where is everyone else?

Bachelors Party

Yo Yo Funny Singh has definitely nailed this Twitter thread and the best part is that he has got an apt image to go with every relation that he has outlined here. An Indian wedding is a gamut of colours, traditions, rituals and rites but also has lots of unnecessary drama which usually comes from relatives.