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Watch Frank and Simran’s Beautiful Video Response to Going Viral

Frank and Simran thank the world for 4.1 mn views of their video and throw everyone #ShareYourLove challenge.

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Simran Malhotra and Frank Gregoire on their wedding reception in a video that went viral. (Photo: Simran Malhotra)

Canada-based Frank Gregoire, who married an Indian Sikh girl, Simran Malhotra, on June 27 in Baltimore, Maryland, went all the way from learning the lyrics of a Bollywood song to performing it during their reception.

The video garnered 4.1 million views in less than 10 days.

And now they are back not only to thank everyone but to also throw a challenge to #ShareYourLove.

Simran shared a little more insight into their lives with The Quint.

In our everyday work, we meet people in every kind of situation. Frank is a critical care doctor and I am a Palliative Care/Hospice doctor (end of life care). This means we, not only help treat people, but we also care for people as they transition to the end of their lives.
And in the face of death, we’ve learnt to respect love when it is around.

“Love exists”, she continues, “Love is not a fairy tale made for the movies.”

We challenge the world to make a headline news story of love and a positive message that takes precedence over all the hate, war, crime, and negativity showcased in the world.

Our mission is to remind everyone that it’s the little things in life that are cherished most and let’s not be shy to express our love while we still have a chance.

Here’s their challenge:
1. Record a video of your sweet gesture (get creative !)
2. Tag @justdoingitca, Hashtag #ShareYourLove
3. Nominate 3 friends to do the same.

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Simran Malhotra and Frank Gregoire on their wedding reception in a video that went viral.
Simran Malhotra and Frank Gregoire on their wedding reception in a video that went viral.

And in case you aren’t one of the 4.1 million people who watched their video or just can’t get enough of it, you can watch the original performance here: This Firangi Groom Sings ‘Tum Hi Ho’ for his Indian Bride-To-Be

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