Weddings involve more than just the bride and groom, delicious food, and fun activities. For their antics, some guests also steal the show and make the ceremony the talk of the town, especially none other than the dreaded fufaji. Fufaji has opinions on everything, including the food, the decor, the music, and the gifts. He assumes a position of superiority that no one can comprehend. And don’t forget, they don’t require a reason to be angry.
A similar case was seen at a wedding in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh, where a fight erupted just because the groom’s fufaji couldn’t get to eat paneer. A video shared by a social media user @ImAdiYogi on Twitter shows the same.
The video depicts guests from both sides viciously assaulting one another. A man was seen resisting a woman’s attempts to stop him from joining the fight, but he became very agitated and grabbed a weapon to beat people. Another group of individuals then began severely beating a man who was wearing a black dress, causing him to lose consciousness. Many people were shocked by this sudden unfortunate turn of happy events and made numerous unsuccessful attempts to break up the fight. There have been 1,40,000 views of the video.
The video got mixed reactions with some left in splits after watching it while others expressed concern over the fact that why people get agitated over such trivial issues. A user wrote, “UP never fails to entertain.”
Another user who was not happy with this attitude depicted by the wedding guests wrote that the people who picked up a fight on such a minor issue should not be invited to any functions. According to this user, these people have wasted precious efforts and resources spent on organising a wedding.
A similar incident involving a fufaji becoming enraged while the baraat was travelling to the destination via Babhani Grameen Path was reported in Purnea, Bihar on February 19 of last year. Fufaji, an eternally dissatisfied soul, would not listen to anyone despite the efforts of a platoon of family members who would stop at nothing to make him happy. Due to this incident, Babhani Grameen Path was congested for 70 minutes.