Everyone dreams of a beautiful proposal, however, there is one man in love who has raised the bar so high for everyone out there. Well, the guy has made everyone in the world go in ‘awe’ of his dreamy proposal.
We are talking about Lee Loechler, the guy who got an entire freaking animated movie made just to propose his childhood love. The video of the same has gone insanely viral on social media and has already received more than 5 million views only on Youtube.
Netizens just can’t stop gushing about the most adorable and creative proposal ever, however, the video is also giving ‘inferiority complex’ to many. And turns out, one of those people is none other than the Chairman of Mahindra Groups, Anand Mahindra.
Anand Mahindra, who is a full-time ‘Twitter influencer’, shared this adorable proposal video and expressed how he is having an inferiority complex after watching the video. He wrote:
“This clip has been going viral globally. This gent apparently hack-animated a disney movie to propose to his childhood sweeetheart.. And I thought I had done a good job 40 yrs ago with my proposal. Now I have an inferiority complex!”
Here, watch the video:
This clip has been going viral globally. This gent apparently hack-animated a disney movie to propose to his childhood sweeetheart.. And I thought I had done a good job 40 yrs ago with my proposal. Now I have an inferiority complex! pic.twitter.com/jbTAYBg3nh
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) January 16, 2020
Obviously, he isn’t serious about the ‘inferiority complex’ as thankfully he’s not going to propose anyone now. But his tweet has got everyone curious about how Anand Mahindra had proposed the love of his life 40 years ago.
His Tweet was soon flooded with comments from Twitterati reacting to the adorable video and asking him about his proposal.
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on Anand Mahindra’s Tweet:
We would love to see your proposal video. 🙂
— Siddarth Jain (@siddarth_jain) January 16, 2020
Could you pls tweet out ur proposal (i m sure video wudnt be available then) atleast that cud serve as second best option for millennials to propose since hacking movie wudnt be everybody cup of tea 😇
— Nisha Shukla (@shuklanchinisha) January 16, 2020
I am curious… please let us in on how it happened 40 years ago??
— Uma Sudhir (@umasudhir) January 16, 2020
I am impressed he could make her sit in the corner seat of the front row without any questions .. 😂
Totally deserves accolades.
— shilpi tewari (@shilpitewari) January 16, 2020
— atul kasbekar (@atulkasbekar) January 17, 2020
Never seen a better way to propose https://t.co/uBXY9rmFzv
— Sachin Mahajan (@mahajansachin70) January 17, 2020
Being a business tycoon how do you get time to watch and post such cool stuffs?
You are simply one in the millions 😊
— Ayushi Agrawal (@ayushi0991) January 16, 2020
There is always some scope of improvement. Do it again Sir! All over again. Both of you will enjoy! (Disclaimer : Do a sentiment analysis if any chance hearing a NO now 😬😂)
— Vrajesh Tripath! વ્રજેશ ત્રિપાઠી (@VrajTripathi) January 17, 2020
Preferably to the same one
— Vivek Chaudhary (@ChaudharyHumour) January 17, 2020
I presume there may not be a video from 40 years back, but you can tell us how you did it..?
— Sanjay Mehta (@sm63) January 17, 2020