This Condom Brand Sent a Funny Post Using the 'Channa Mereya' Twist to Ranbir and Alia

Ranbir and Alia are expensive. "Mehfil mein tere hum na rahein ja, FUN toh nahi hai," Durex said in a post dedicated to the newlyweds.

On Thursday, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor married in a small ceremony in Mumbai. Best greetings from friends, families, and admirers came in after the wedding. Several firms, like Amul and Zomato, also wished the newlyweds well. Another business made the list and managed to make netizens laugh with its humorous message. Durex's most recent message, dedicated to Alia and Ranbir for their wedding, has gone viral online. The message has a quirky feel to it since it includes a reference to Channa Mereya, a song from Ranbir Kapoor's 2016 film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.


"Dear Ranbir and Alia, Mehfil mein tere hum na rahein jo, FUN toh nahi hai," Durex said in a message dedicated to the couple. "Can we RSVP somewhere?" I'm looking for a friend... "Click the link in my bio to purchase!" says the caption. While the firm is being lauded for its marketing technique, netizens can be seen dropping laughing emojis in the comments area. "Bhaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii "The degree of creativity and marketing is amazing," remarked another person.


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Meanwhile, the internet went crazy over the wedding images, their bridal trousseau, and the celebrities that attended. Many people were also struck by a little element of the event. While uploading the photographs on Instagram, Alia Bhatt included a poignant comment in which she stated that they wedded at their "favourite location," the balcony, where they had spent the previous five years of their relationship.


The fact that the couple had a balcony large enough to get married on was the most exciting element of the event for Mumbaikars who are short on space. Netizens expressed their disbelief on Twitter.


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"Forget Aalia and Ranbir's wedding images; who in Bombay possesses a balcony large enough to throw a wedding with the majority of the Bollywood business in attendance?" a Twitter user asked. "Love how Alia boasted that they got married on their balcony because Bombay mein balcony hona show off karne ki hi baat hai," remarked another.


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