Updated: April 15, 2021 1:57:28 pm
What would you do when all the restrictions imposed to curb the spike in Covid-19 cases are lifted? Ask Mahindra group chairman Anand Mahindra.
The industrialist shared a video of a dog on its first hike after being released from a shelter.
“Well, this pooch must be my avatar because that’s exactly how I’m going to behave when the lockdowns are over and done with (sic),” the business tycoon wrote on Twitter.
The video shows the pooch cautiously examining his environment before jumping in excitement.
Watch the video here:
Well this pooch must be my avatar because that’s exactly how I’m going to behave when the lockdowns are over and done with… pic.twitter.com/Rvbr1jg4K1
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) April 14, 2021
Mahindra, sharing the video, said that he related to the dog’s new sense of freedom and this is how he will behave once the curfew is over.
Since being shared on Twitter, the video has garnered over four lakh views. And it struck a chord with netizens. Take a look at some of the reactions here:
Haha! Not only you but many people are going to do the same once pandemic gets over.
— Kunal Verma (@imkunalv) April 15, 2021
😄We will follow you
— Dhruv C (@DhruvC17) April 14, 2021
Yeah. Enjoy to the fullest
— NationFirst (@Anandsarup6) April 14, 2021
Unleashed, I assume
— suryanarayanan k (@4ssuri) April 14, 2021
Sir, I too early waiting to exprees and enjoy life like this..
— Rajesh Deshpande (@RajeshD47418858) April 15, 2021
— Tejas Nemlekar (@tej_nemlekar) April 14, 2021
E̺v̺e̺r̺y̺ o̺n̺e̺ 1️⃣i̺s̺ w̺a̺i̺t̺i̺n̺g̺ f̺o̺r̺ g̺o̺o̺d̺ d̺a̺y̺s̺ a̺g̺a̺i̺n̺ i̺n̺ o̺u̺r̺ l̺i̺f̺e̺
— 🇮🇳🇮🇳💖𝓟𝓡𝓘𝓣𝓘💖🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@Priti4Rana) April 14, 2021
Hoppity hoo hoppity floppity hoo..Anand Sir, for sure😁🤪😊🤞🙏
— Jhimli Das (@DasJhimli) April 14, 2021
Hahaha….. So cute 🤩🤩
— Tarana Hussain (@hussain_tarana) April 14, 2021
So much optimistic means so much energy. Your positive mind is really motivating Sir
— Vishnu_M (@VishnuMhalsekar) April 14, 2021
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