MP man opens tea stall named M Bewafa Chai Wala in Rajgarh, tea at half price for those cheated in love, video goes viral
You’ve probably heard of Bewafa Aashiq or Bewafa Mohabbat, but do you know of Bewafa Chai Wala? A youth in Madhya Pradesh’s Raigarh has opened a unique shop named M Bewafa Chai Wala, especially for those who have been cheated in love.
Every company has a unique selling point (USP), and this M Bewafa Chai Wala stands out since the price of tea here is different for couples and for people who have experienced romantic betrayal. So, if you are in a relationship, you are supposed to pay Rs 10, and those who have been cheated in love have to pay Rs 5.
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Story behind the name of the tea stall – M Bewafa Chai Wala
Antar Gurjar met his ex-girlfriend at a wedding function 5 years ago. The girl had come for a relative’s wedding. After the first meeting, both of them became friends and shared their mobile numbers and fell in love with each other. Their relationship continued for 1.5 years. Everything was perfect between them and they even planned to get married.
But his dream of marrying her got shattered when his girlfriend got engaged to another man because Gurjar was unemployed at that time. Antar was unable to stand the betrayal he received in love. In a fit of rage, he wrote M, the initials of his ex-girlfriend’s name, on his arm and chest with a blade. He planned to commit suicide one day, but his friend stopped him and told him that dying isn’t an option, and that he should start a business to tease his ex-girlfriend.
As a result, he decided to open a tea shop with a name beginning with M because his girlfriend told him that whenever he opened a shop, he should name it after her. So, he named the shop M Bewafa Chai Wala, as promised by his unfaithful girlfriend.
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