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WATCH: Comedian hilariously recreates how desi parents take pictures

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Ever gone back to your parents’ old photo albums, from their childhood to their early days of marriage, and been left wondering: why doesn’t anyone smile?

In this now viral TikTok video, comedy creator Vinita Khilnani leaves us in splits, all while managing to keep a straight-face, as she recreates how desi parents used to take pictures.

Our suggestion: watch this with music on!

 

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And after you’re done watching this with a grin for the fifth time (just me?), Vinita’s got another equally funny video to follow up: how our parents used to take pictures, couple version.

 

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