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‘Best thing you’ll see today’: Adorable video of a little girl’s jugalbandi with mother goes viral

In a video that is winning the internet, a mother-daughter duo is seen performing Arijit Singh, Alka Yagnik's hit song 'Agar Tum Saath Ho' from 2015 film Tamasha.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: April 29, 2021 3:45:55 pm
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Indians are looking for a moment of positivity online even as the nation grapples with a massive rise in the cases of coronavirus. In such difficult time, a sweet video of a little girl is melting hearts online.

In a video that is winning the internet, a mother-daughter duo is seen performing Arijit Singh-Alka Yagnik’s hit song ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’ from 2015 film Tamasha. While the mother is seen playing a ukulele while singing, her daughter steals the show with her hand movements and profound gestures. With her hand moving like a seasoned classical singer, the little one’s cuteness has created a huge buzz online.

The video was originally shared on Facebook by Anjana Madathil from Kerala but got wider attention after it appeared on Twitter. After Mridula Chakraborty (@mridula2c) shared it on the micro-blogging site, it quickly went viral delighting all online.

Watch the video here:

As social media platforms is flooded with SOS calls and appeals for emergency requirements for Covid-19 patients amid the second wave, netizens dubbed it as “timeline cleanser”. Many commenting on the post said the video made their day amid all the distressing news, with one saying: “Just what everyone in India needs now”. Many have also started to tag film’s actors and music director AR Rahman to see the video.

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