Tej Pratap Yadav takes Aishwarya Rai on a bicycle ride | Photos: tejpratapyadavrjd/Instagram
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav’s eldest son Tej Pratap Yadav married Aishwarya Rai on May 12. After their marriage, Tej Pratap Yadav posted a photo with wife Aishwarya on Instagram.
The newly-wed are looking into the eyes of each other while Tej Pratap takes the seat of a bicycle and Aishwarya sits on the top tube of the ride.
The picture may not be giving a tough fight to Sonam’s wedding which went viral but the newly-wed’s photo has been winning the internet nonetheless.
The picture was clicked at former chief minister Rabri Devi’s residence – 10, Circular Road – which is the official residence of Tej Pratap’s family.
Folks on social media have been discussing the recent photo of Tej Pratap Yadav and Aishwarya, eldest daughter of former minister Chandrika Rai and granddaughter of another former CM Daroga Prasad Rai.
People have been calling it ‘cute’ and ‘straight out of a romantic Bollywood movie’ – perhaps low on budget to be riding a bicycle and not a Kawasaki, keeping it real to the roots of a small town.
Tej Pratap Yadav has around 20,000 Instagram followers and many were quick to comment and congratulate the couple. One of his followers took their romance to another tangent calling it an environment-friendly move on Tej Pratap’s part.
The couple got engaged in a grand ceremony which was held in Patna on April 18 and after the mehendi ceremony in May, on 12th of the month they tied the knot.
When Tej Pratap Yadav and Aishwarya Rai were busy with the wedding preparations, members of the Yuva Rashtriya Janata Dal were going out of their way to make the wedding even more special. They put up a billboard showing the couple in the avatars of Lord Shiva and Parvati.
The newly-wed in the avatars of Lord Shiva and Parvati | Photo: Rohit Kumar Singh
The big fat Bihari wedding was more of a spectacle than a wedding ceremony and now, the love and romance on the bicycle has been charming people for a day and the internet has not given up on it yet.