Canadian Groom Sings “Tum Hi Ho” for His Indian Bride will make your Heart Sink [VIDEO]

Canadian Groom Sings “Tum Hi Ho” for His Indian

Bride will make your Heart Sink [VIDEO]

Wedding is one of the most special days in everyone’s life. This is an event where both the couple celebrate their love with their relatives, friends and dear ones. Everyone do different things to make the day so special and surprise the other. By dancing, singing, preparing poems, Pranks and there are many more ways of expressing their love.

Similarly, Frank from Canada made a surprise event to his happening wife Simran. He decided to sing one of her favourite songs. The special in this event is that Frank is from Canada and Simran is from India. Her favourite song is one of the Hindi songs. Hence Frank learnt the entire lyrics of the song and sung the same which has become the happiest moments of her life.

 

 

It took six weeks for Frank to learn the lyrics and learn the piano chords. And the favourite song of Simran was “Tum Hi Ho” a love song. The love of Frank on Simran made him to put all his efforts to learn the lyrics of the song. Frank got married to Simrana on June 27 in Maryland, performed the song during the reception. “My heart sank when I first heard him sing in Hindi.

It was a feeling I had never felt before, the only thing I was thinking was, ‘How did he manage to do this?’ I was the only one at the reception who knows how hard he truly works.” Simran told The Huffington Post Canada. The meaning of the song is appreciating your one true love and not wanting to face life without them.

 

 

“At the time I approached Simran’s mom and she recommended a few options, one of which was ‘Tum Hi Ho.’ once I read the translation, I realized I couldn’t have found anything more perfect to express my feelings to her,” Frank Said. “All our family and friends are on cloud nine still. That moment is one I will never forget for the rest of my life,” Simran said.

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