Groom is accidentally ‘shot in the head’ while celebrating at his wedding [VIDEO]

The groom is said to have survived the shooting but his condition is being described as ‘quite critical’

Groom is accidentally ‘shot in the head’ while celebrating at his wedding

According to a report from Daily Mail, guests are seen singing and dancing in a short footage when the music is interrupted by a gunshot.

There is screaming in the crowd as the groom falls almost immediately to the floor.

The groom is said to have survived the shooting but his condition is being described as ‘quite critical’, according to a report by Fox News.

Despite the ban on celebratory gun fires in India due to shooting incidents, it is still common at weddings.

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