New Delhi: ‘Cheap Thrills’ by internationally acclaimed musicians Sean Paul and Sia which is one of the hot favourites among youngsters is making headlines. On Thursday the commuters on Delhi Metro were taken aback when two boys dressed in bright outfits suddenly started dancing inside the train.
As per reports, on Thursday afternoon two boys dressed in bright clothes and armed with portable speaker boarded the metro from Vishwavidyalaya station and started dancing on 'Cheap Thrills'.
A fellow commuter in the metro Abhishek, who was on his way back home, recorded the performance which is going viral on social media. Within 24 hours of upload, the video crossed 1.5 lakh views and was shared 3,000 times.
In the video the boys were seen doing break dance, bhagra and even ‘Nagin ‘dance on the beats of this international track.
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While talking to media Abhishek said, “The performance only lasted from Vishwavidyalaya station to the next stop, which was Vidhan Sabha station. The whole coach seemed to have enjoyed it. I have seen YouTube videos of such acts in trains in New York but never in India."
Although these guys were totally unknown to the commuters travelling in the metro, some people rcognised one of the dancer as Harsh Beniwal.
Beniwal, a serial Vine-maker (vines are short, funny videos), orchestrated the act with four more friends for a video for his YouTube channel, ‘Hass Le India’.