December 31, 2021: Social media has given us many a number of stories in 2021. Unique, hilarious, and unexpected stories which one cannot wonder have to the fore, leaving netizens in shock.
As the year 2021 is about to end, let’s take a look at the versatile content that left social media amused. From Indira Gandhi’s letter to JRD Tata, groom ‘working from wedding’ to Chinese mother recognizing son’s bride as her long-lost daughter, here are the stories:
Indira Gandhi’s Letter - Industrialist Harsh Goenka took netizens on a trip down the memory lane after he shared a copy of a letter written by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to industrialist JRD Tata.
The letter was dated July 5, 1973.
Groom works from wedding - Work from home culture permitted people to go on vacations while also manging their office. But it looks like a man took it too seriously and was seen working on his laptop during his wedding.
In a clip, which was shared by a popular wedding-related Instagram page, the groom was seen sitting at the mandap with his laptop. However, the bride’s reaction to his act left netizens in splits.
Apple’s ad featured British-Indian tabla music - Apple’s 38-second ad titled Fumble was released on the tech giant’s YouTube channel.
It featured a woman who accidentally drops her phone on the floor, but before that she was seen juggling to get a hold of it. The juggling part had a song, ‘The Conference’ by musician Nitin Sawhney, in the background.
Manike Mage Hithe - Several Instagram trends took over the internet by storm, however nothing could beat the song, Manike Mage Hithe, by Yohani and Satheeshan.
The Sri Lankan song proved to be a chartbuster in the country and got the Bollywood stars hooked to its tune.
King Cobra stands up during rescue - A 14-foot long king cobra was caught from the bathroom of a Karnataka home in Belthangady. The video which went viral captured a close call a snake rescuer had with the cobra.
The clip left people freaking out online, and many called it the tutorial for ‘how to not catch a snake.’