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Indian weddings are one hell of a fun and exciting affair. From Mehandi ceremony to sangeet ceremony, the dance of baaratis, and numerous other events makes a wedding gala affair. All these quirky ceremonies make Indian weddings so renowned across the world.
One of the most fun-filled and intriguing ceremonies at an Indian wedding is Joota Chupai Rasam. It is an age-old tradition in which bridesmaids sneakily hide the shoes of the groom and later ask for free bucks and other expenses in return of the shoes. (remember joote do paise lo from Hum Aapke hain kaun movie?).
So all those honney waaley jijaji’s ki saalis, if you really want to elicit some extra money out of your jijaji pocket, joota chupai rasam is the perfect time to make your move and seal the deal. The other side will also tussle hard to ensure their victory in Joota chupai rasam but you should strive hard to keep your stealing game a notch higher and get the coveted ransom.
Here are some amazing and fun ways for jijai ki saalis to hide jootey at unnoticed places and ensure their victory in Joota Chupai rasam!
When it’s all about demanding desired money, there is no wrong in utilizing trump card in the first place. You must have noticed the silver colored steel dish cover utensils at the wedding buffet. Well, you can easily deceit the groom’s side by hiding jootey inside the dish cover and place it at a noticeable place at food decoration table. Nobody ever will give a second thought about checking out dish covers.
Another masterstroke to ace the joota chupai rasam like a pro. The shoes remain hidden perfectly under the heavy and long lehenga of the bride and nobody will have a smidgen of an idea that a bride can wear the groom’s shoes. (This idea is already sending tickles in the body!)
Almost every Indian wedding has one room where mothers take their kids to sleep down comfortably. Except for mothers, nobody enters that room. This is a golden opportunity for the saalis to hide down the groom shoes in the kid’s room when nobody is there. In this way, you can ensure that no one would enter the room and nobody is daring enough to handle the cry of woke up little monsters.
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You may have seen this trick in various Bollywood movies. So what? You will not get any punishment for stealing this quirky idea for your own benefit. As there are a plethora of sweet boxes at a wedding, you can easily hide the shoes inside a mithai ka dabba and put it somewhere between other sweet boxes. Nobody will take the pain of opening every single box to find out jootey. Pro tip ( don’t forget to mark your own box)
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The DJ section is filled with disco lights and music. You can take the little help from DJ waaley babu and hide the stolen shoes of groom behind the desk of DJ and engulf yourself in dancing so that you can keep an eye on the shoes as well. The rival side won’t even suspect about checking down the DJ’s corner and you can play your move smoothly at the end.
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If you can manage to get access to the Vidaai car, we bet the Joota Chupai rasam victory is sure shot yours. While every single member of the groom’s side groping all the corners of the wedding venue, they will not even think about checking the vidaai car. Can you smell the win now?
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Last but not the least, a brilliant way to keep the stolen shoes out of the eyes and reach of the groom’s side is to mix them between the gift items. Wrap the shoes like any other gift item and mark a small label for the reference and mix it up well with all other gift items. Let the groom’s side scratch their heads and you have all the time of the world to think how much money to ask from your jijaji.
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BY Shaadidukaan | 28 Dec, 2018