People who live in Bengaluru know how hard it is to find a flat to rent and flatmates to share it with. And even if you manage to find a flat, it’s so expensive that you begin to regret all your life choices.
However, desperate times call for desperate measures. And so, one woman showed up at a Lucky Ali concert with a placard in her hand that read ‘Flat(Mates) required’.
The incident occurred at Phoenix Market City in Whitefield. Pictures of the placard were shared on Twitter.
— Shubh Khandelwal (@ShubhKD) September 25, 2022
Admin’s @peakbengaluru moment last night at Phoenix Market City, Whitefield. Btw, this happened at the @luckyali concert 😅@fmrbangalore @BangaloreRoomi @flatshareblr let’s help here 🙌🏼#Bangalore #flats #mobilization pic.twitter.com/E0gfQPBzXq
— Klub (@klubworks) September 25, 2022
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Many people online could actually relate to the situation. Some even expressed how finding a flat is more challenging than finding a flatmate in Bengaluru. Some people might even end up finding true love, but they won’t find an appropriate flat to rent!
It’s easier to find a life partner in Bangalore, but it’s so tough to actually find a house that you’d like to live in 😅
— Chinmayee Bhamburkar 🐞 (@chinmayee_hp) September 25, 2022
What if someone with another banner saying “Looking for a flat” would have been there -> “Made in Bangalore”.
— Rohit (@imgrohit) September 25, 2022
Desperate times calls for new levels of creativity 😂
— Khushi🐬 (@_Khushi_Shah_) September 25, 2022
Whitefield is becoming nearly unaffordable for bachelors and middle class alike ..
— shubha_lakshmi (@shubha_lakshmi) September 25, 2022
But great idea! https://t.co/mu0bco1EG5
— fUnkydORy (@tHefUnkYdORy) September 25, 2022
Dear Bengaluru, why are you like this? *cries*