Biryani found herself in the limelight for wishing her a happy birthday.
There is love for everything else, and then there is love for Biryani. One-pot dishes are enjoyed like any other preparation throughout the country. Classic Biryani has many regional variations and adaptations – each with its own passionate fan base. The million-dollar question, “Which Biryani is the best,” always culminates in a heated discussion on social media with supporters from every region. Biryani was recently in the news for no reason.
Twitter user @jstalittleextra took to the micro-blogging platform to share screenshots of birthday wishes from her father. Biryani had a buzz in the message and it soon went viral on 17k likes. Take a look at her post:
I do not deserve my parents. pic.twitter.com/8tkf3ONSXz
– Rupashree // Raj Stein Act (@jstalittleextra) September 15, 2020
The screenshot was a WhatsApp message from her father, whose contact “Kya Papa !!!” The user’s father wrote to him saying how he saw her crying on his birthday, and he used the Biryani metaphor to explain why some people did not deserve it. He wrote in the message, “Happy birthday, Manu Beta. I saw you crying this morning and I want to say stop crying over people who don’t deserve you. You are 21 years old now and you should know your price. People come and people go and you can’t change that. Therefore know your value and put yourself first. “” There is more crying of biryani than crying over people, “he concluded.
Father’s The adorable message was a hit with netizens. Twitter users praised him for using biryani to explain life’s simplest, yet integral, philosophy. Some users have also related the part where they tricked their daughter for her unhealthy diet, calling her a ‘baby elephant’ in her message. Take a look at the responses:
That Biryani line. Deep. And then he compares you as a parent to a pachyderm with at least one child. Very bad father! ????
– lijodavis05 (@nukkadsoul) September 15, 2020
Crying Biryani is better than crying over people is a solid advice for life
– NB (@iznonobitch) September 16, 2020
Wow! Nobody saw that coming. It is usually very difficult for the father to be so clear. He is a great man.
– Gyan e Baba (@gyaanEbaba) September 16, 2020
Okay, your dad is absolutely right! Biryani> cry over people.
Strongly agree on those feelings, but don’t cry for real people who don’t qualify again. Also, happy birthday!
– Lionel Quinn (@Dizzyvulture) September 15, 2020
This is the sweetest thing I’ve seen this year damn it ????
– VLONE ??????? (@Vislonely) September 15, 2020
“Crying of biryani is more crying than crying over people”
Someone needs to put it on the billboard .. ????
– Ankur Kaushik (AnK) (@ f00ledByRndomns) September 16, 2020
Is biryani really worth crying ..
Your father is a hero.
– Shhhhhhhhhhhssh … !!! (@ Shwdw27) September 16, 2020
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