Updated: October 14, 2021 10:51:12 am
Pictures of Indian Air Force military aircraft have left netizens mesmerised after they were shared by the official social media handle of the IAF media coordinator. The pictures, clicked by Wing Commander Indranil Nandi, featured helicopters Chinook, Mi17, Apache and Cheetah.
Shared along with the hashtag #ShowStoppers, the three images showcased the aircraft on land and then taking off to align in a single line. “The making of a constellation – Lights will guide you home…… Watch this space as we bring you some weekly #helolove this festive season,” read the caption of the post, which soon went viral on the microblogging website.
The making of a constellation – Lights will guide you home……
📸s Wg Cdr Indranil Nandi pic.twitter.com/EoO8ZgTJXr
— Indian Air Force (@IAF_MCC) October 12, 2021
Since being shared online, the post has garnered over 9,000 likes and 1,000 retweets, with many quite impressed by the display. Many even tried to guess the names of the helicopters in the pictures.
“For the first time, I have fallen in love with the helicopters. Help!” wrote a user, while another commented, “mazing photography 😱 mountain ranges behind these helicopters seems amazing.”
Wow, what a majestic backdrop & such beautiful pictures.
— Ashish Hattiangadi🇮🇳 (@ashish_gh) October 12, 2021
Is this love? 😍 For the first time I have fallen in love with the helicopterss. Help! 😃 pic.twitter.com/1KsqyxIon5
— Levina🇮🇳 (@LevinaNeythiri) October 12, 2021
Indranil Nandi is always the best at it!
— Pragati Behani 🇮🇳 (@BehaniPragati) October 12, 2021
Amazing photography 😱 mountain ranges behind these helicopters seems amazing . Hope to see chinook different looks🥰
— Abhinav Dinkar (@Dinkar2Dinkar) October 12, 2021
Awesome pics. More power to IAF
— Arun Jyoti (@ajoe137) October 12, 2021
A big Salute !!! Awesome !! They are stealing the show !!! Bravo !!!!🇮🇳🇮🇳
— Jiten Soni (@sonijiten) October 12, 2021
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