WATCH: Identical twin sisters from Mumbai marry same man in Solapur, video goes viral; groom booked

The man's and the girls' families have approved of the 'controversial' union

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Sunday, December 04, 2022, 04:39 PM IST
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WATCH: Identical twin sisters from Mumbai marry same man in Solapur; video goes viral |

In a bizarre incident, identical twin sisters, who work as IT engineers in Mumbai, married the same man on Friday in Akluj, Malshiras Taluka, Solapur District, Maharashtra.

Atul Awtade and the girls Pinky and Rinky's families approved of the 'controversial' union.

According to reports, the marriage was solemnised in the Solapur district's Akluj village.

However, people on social media are speculating about the legality and morality of this.

What made Pinky and Rinky marry Atul?

As they had lived together in the same home since they were young, the two sisters reportedly made the decision to wed Atul.

The family got in touch with the groom, who was identified as Atul and was a Malshiras taluka resident. Following the death of their father a few days ago, the daughters were living with their mother. Once the mother fell ill the two sisters started traveling to the hospital in Atul's car. Atul got close to the two young women during this time, as per a report in Marathi online daily Maharashtra Times.

Groom booked by police

Taking note of the incident, Solapur police booked Atul Awtade.

"A non-cognizable offences case under IPC section 494 registered against one Atul Awtade for marrying twin sisters together on December 2. The wedding took place in Akluj town," said SP Solapur Shirish Sardeshpande

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