Watch: Clip of Bollywood-style proposal at Auckland Airport goes viral |  trending news

Watch: Clip of Bollywood-style proposal at Auckland Airport goes viral | trending news

Watch: Clip of Bollywood-style proposal at Auckland Airport goes viral |  trending news

Airports are among the most emotional places as they witness many reunions and farewells. While many films feature an airport, culminating in a romantic proposal, one man in real life recently managed to do just that Auckland Airport.

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The man named Yashraj enlisted the help of Auckland airport authorities to propose to his girlfriend Riiya. Auckland Airport's official social media accounts posted a video of it sweet suggestion.

“The arrivals hall at Auckland Airport is a very special place. Emotional reunions take place here every day,” says the video in the text inserts. “It all started with the idea that I knew Riiya because she is full of life. So we've known each other for eight years and it just clicked and I knew she was the one,” Yashraj is heard saying in the video.

Yashraj contacted Auckland Airport authorities for help in surprising Riiya with a marriage proposal read over the public address system. Yashraj even invited his family and friends to attend the proposal. Yashraj pre-recorded his marriage proposal, which played in the terminal after she arrived from Melbourne, and she was completely surprised. Yashraj's family and friends held up banners that read “Will you marry me?” as he dropped to one knee. People cheered the couple as Riiya accepted the proposal.

Watch the video below:

“Love was in the air at Auckland Airport. We took the chance to be part of this unforgettable moment. Grab the tissues and be ready to swoon. Congratulations Riiya and Yashraj! Thank you for making us a part of it,” Auckland Airport captioned the video.