The much-hyped manyavar commercial on “Big Fat Indian Wedding’s” showcasing Virat Kohli’s witty take has captivated a million of hearts and is still reigning over the internet. The wedding season being just around the corner, there is a heavy demand for all sorts of destination weddings and other themed weddings.
The particular advertisement depicts the Indian mindset which prevails in almost every Indian household. In spite of the changing times, we still stick to some age-old expectations believing that it is the bride’s family who is supposed to play the key role in regards of the expenses.
This commercial brings into the limelight some of these issues prevailing in the Indian society catering to weddings which need to be looked into. Virat is seen with his parents all spruced up in a peach brocade kurta along with a pistachio green bandhgala, speaking about how the family is going to get along with the wedding.
They have been planning the wedding to be a traditional glamorous big fat Indian wedding with all the typical nuances including the grand food spread ranging from Mexican to Continental along with Indian delicacies, customized invitations sent with a wide array of gifts, professional wedding performers, decorations, djs etc.
Through this advertisement Kohli wants to convey that in spite of all the arrangements, events and everything a matrimonial alliance is not just the formation of a bond between two people but a coming together of two families, hence both the families should play an equal role in every step to the big day starting from the expenses to the arrangements. Every emotion, every celebration becomes something to be celebrated by both the individuals and the families.
The Much Noted Manyavar Commercial
Virat Kohli a youth icon is the right person to convey this incredible message to the youth right before the wedding season. “A wedding, which is a once in a lifetime affair should be organized with the finances, invitations, arrangements, bookings etc equally taken care of by both the sides with an equal amount of mutual respect and admiration for each other.”