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RAB RAKHA <3 <3 A BEST FRIEND WEDDING CELEBRATION BOLLYWOOD WEDDINGS

I LOVE BOLLYWOOD DESI WEDDINGS SINCE U ALL ASK 4 IT ENJOY <3 DIS SONG IS MY FAV <3 <3 my wedding will be like dat 2 enjoys <3 <3 ;) @peteryang292 @cheerfulcallie @hannou @cityofkyle
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I love @caricakes's enthusiasm for the music as well hahaha
ok i will 4 u all make sure 2 follow it :-)♥
@saharhyunjoong nahh you should make a collection just for the wedding stuff haha be my weddin planner! (not that I'm getting married any time soon)
@saharhyunjoong yay! Can't wait to follow and listen to more beautiful music. Thank you! ~ ~
@gabyrich no sweetie but i will post more videos just 4 u in future just follow my collection :-)♥ saharjalpari9 u shd c it thanku inshaallah in future i will share my own personal wedding highlights w u all i am planning 2 do dat 4 sure ;-)♥ so when i get married hehes until then enjoyss :-)♥
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