People are seen taking selfies with the groom in video taken at Azeem Mansuri’s residence. To contain the mob around his residence, the locals had to call the police.
Azeem Mansuri, 32, a resident of Kairana in Shamli, Uttar Pradesh, wed Bushra, a resident of Hapur, on Wednesday. Being only 2.5 feet tall made it challenging for Mr. Mansuri to locate a spouse, thus he had been hunting for a bride for a number of years. Additionally, he had repeatedly sought lawmakers and government representatives about his marriage. even contacted Akhilesh Yadav, the chief minister of UP at the time, in 2019 to assist him in finding a spouse. And now, his wish has been fulfilled.
By the grace of God, this time has come into my life. It’s a wonderful occasion, and I’ve invited everyone in my neighborhood.
In a video taken at Mr. Mansuri’s home, individuals can be seen taking pictures with the groom. To manage the crowd at his residence, the locals had to call the police.
The past three days had been spent making arrangements for the wedding. Visitors have assembled for the joyous occasion, and Bushra’s home is also decked out.
Mr. Mansuri has experienced difficulty finding a romantic partner. The class 5 dropout eventually found himself a bride from Hapur after years of failure.
In March of last year, Mr. Mansuri met the girl of his dreams. In April 2021, three-foot-tall Bushra became engaged to Mr. Mansuri. After Bushra completes her graduation, the couple made the decision to get married.
Mr. Mansuri, the youngest of six siblings from a family located in Kairana, owns and operates a cosmetics shop.
Mansuri had been looking for a wife for a number of years because his height made it difficult for him to locate a suitable match.
Additionally, he had repeatedly sought lawmakers and government representatives about his marriage.
He even asked Akhilesh Yadav, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh at the time, for assistance in finding a bride in 2019.
By God’s grace, this time has come in my life, and I have invited everyone from my neighborhood because it is a wonderful event.
Mansuri, who owns cosmetics shop and is one of six children from a family with roots in Kairana, had a lavish wedding, and guests from Shamli joined in and took photographs with the groom.