Two men arguing with a married woman to get out of a car is a well-planned scripted video!

The viral clip showing a verbal altercation between a married woman and two men stopping her car is a prank video

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Pay attention- whose mistake is it??? If you first spend time with everyone, then after getting married when leaving, people will hold the gate like this and waste your time. This is one person. Who knows how many will come and say this in the future? This is my prisoner. It is my right!!!

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Explanation

A woman dressed for her wedding is seen in the one minute and sixteen-second footage sitting in a car with her spouse. Two males conversing with a woman from one of the opened car doors are also visible to us. It sounds like the man speaking is asking the woman whether she forgot about him. He continued by insisting that the woman exit the vehicle. The husband attempts to comfort him, but it doesn’t work. As this is going on, we witness an elderly woman attempting to assist the couple and reason with the men, but they refuse to listen. Finally, the married woman gets out of the car and the video ends there.

This post is shared stating, “Pay attention- whose mistake is it??? If you first spend time with everyone, then after getting married when leaving, people will hold the gate like this and waste your time. This is one person. Who knows how many will come and say this in the future? This is my prisoner. It is my right!” Come, let’s check the authenticity of this viral video.

What’s the truth?

With the viral video’s keyframes at our disposal, we began our study. This directed us to the original video that was posted on Instagram by @ndahiya2021. A staggering 1.3 million people follow the page. Also, the page has many similar kinds of scripted videos. We found the viral video posted with the caption “Bride’s boyfriend came forward, what do you understand from this video.”

After looking over her Instagram page more, we discovered a YouTube link. Upon accessing the URL, we discovered that the individual is a YouTuber. We found, after doing a comprehensive investigation, that the channel, which goes by the name “Desi Prank,” features a number of these staged videos.

While going through the channel we found that the viral video is posted as shorts with the title When the bride’s boyfriend stopped the car.” Also the channel is filled with many such staged videos with same people.

The above information makes it clear that the viral video showing a married woman in car stopped by two men is not real as the viral claim suggests.

Conclusion:

Thus, we conclude that the viral claim mocking a married lady having multiple relationships before marriage and two men engaging in a verbal altercation is a properly planned scripted video. In reality the the viral clip is fake and made as a prank video.

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Indu Meenakshi

Indu Meenakshi is a former Microbiologist-turned-journalist, works as a Sub-Editor at YouTurn. She additionally holds Master’s in Management and English Literature. As a fact-checker, her job entails actively dispelling false information found online, exposing fake news, and raising public awareness.
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