Muneeb Butt cracks a NAUGHTY joke about winter weddings
Actor Muneeb Butt who has just attended his wife Aiman Khan’s sister Minal’s wedding has a public service message for anyone who’s listening: Never get married during summertime.
The internet has been in a frenzy ever since glimpses from Minal Khan and Ahsan Mohsin’s wedding ceremony has been emerging on social media however Muneeb Butt might have a reservation regarding the function which made him give out a warning to his fans.
Minal-Ahsan wedding function has taken place during one of those weather conditions which might not be ideal for ceremonies such as these to take place. The scorching heat might not serve as the right factor during a wedding ceremony and its lavish endeavours.
Muneeb Butt right from the function gave a public service message to his massive fan following which revolved around: “Garmioon mein kabhi shaadi nahi karni chaye. Shaadi sirf sardioon mein. Thand ki raaton mein. Sardi ki raaton mein hum soye rahe ek chadar mein.” (One should never get married in summers. Weddings should only take place during cold winter nights).
Wow. Such accuracy wasn’t required Muneeb.
Even though, Muneeb approached the topic adopting full on humour, it is quite true that weddings conducted in summertime prove to be quite distressing for the couple who is getting married and also the guests who might not be able to enjoy fully due to being hit by constant heat slaps.
Another update from Muneeb Butt’s end: In an interview with Nida Yasir, Muneeb asked the renowned host to elaborate one of her insecurities to which Nida joked that she is scared of her husband’s second marriage.
Muneeb in an attempt to lighten the situation declared that every woman should be scared about her husband opting for second marriage which should encourage them to pamper their spouses even more.
Muneeb has taken to his Instagram handle to put forward a message regarding the negativities emerging about his ‘joke’.
The actor in the caption of his post wrote: “This is the clip that is misinterpreted by a few publications, this was not a serious conversation as seen we were joking and I sarcastically joked that you should be scared and pamper your husband even more.
Picking a clip and using it in a different context to malign my character is not journalism.
I do not think women should live under a constant fear that their husband will leave them. I am a husband myself and love my wife and she loves me, that’s the basic pillar of our relationship.
I would request all the pages sharing these clips to do their basic fact checks then spread such negative content.”