Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra often takes to Twitter to share with his followers unusual and interesting content he comes across. However, on this occasion, the 64-year-old, who is currently holidaying in Greece, shared with his fans a personal experience that made him laud India’s “soft power”.
“Am on a trip to Mykonos, Greece. At Nammos, a local nightspot that is thronged by people from around the world, I was delighted—to put it mildly—when the DJ spun this… Jai Ho India’s soft power!” Mahindra tweeted.
The song played by the DJ was Lamberghini — a variation of popular Bollywood song “Tum Rooth ke Mat Jana” from the 1958 film Phagun — by the musical band The Doorbeen.
Watch the video here:
Am on a trip to Mykonos, Greece. At Nammos, a local nightspot that is thronged by people from around the world, I was delighted—to put it mildly—when the DJ spun this… Jai Ho India’s soft power! pic.twitter.com/F6XXAridhI
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 8, 2019
Once posted online, it did not take long for the post to go viral with some sharing videos of other parts of the world where Indian songs were being played.
This, in a high school football game in a really small (population less than 40,000) midwestern American town pic.twitter.com/Tw8tBZMFyu
— Babaji ka Cthulhu (@Xpozerlock) June 8, 2019
This was in phillipines we are world famous sir pic.twitter.com/dLOdmDVSCR
— G Shruti (@Gshruti1905) June 8, 2019
In London club they always punjabi MC song 😋 but yes I can understand how you must have felt . It always feel very nice
— Shashikant Pandey (@shashiapj) June 8, 2019
Indians are probably one of the largest tourists to Greece and many other parts of world today. Indicator of our economic growth
— K.Ramachandran (@_Ramachandran) June 8, 2019
Everyone is dancing to indian tunes…Jai hind
— Ankur Jain (@jainankurkota) June 8, 2019
Its always a good party feeling to hear our song track on a DJ in west :)
— Shashank Bharthuar (@shashank5530) June 9, 2019