The video – which is set to popular songs and dialogues from Malayalam films – shows some of the men putting their mundu (dhotis) over their heads to prevent being identified.
Somewhere in this image of a lush green park is a pug and on social media people are struggling to find it.
It all started when last week when Himachal Pradesh’s Dhauladhar range was visible from various places in Punjab like Jalandhar and Pathankot because of lower air pollution thanks to the 21-day lockdown.
In a video, which has gone viral on several social media platforms, a man can be seen holding a candle under a white sheet as the popular music track “Gumnaam Hai Koi” from the 1965 thriller played in the background.
The song titled “Break the Outbreak Song”, is set to the tune of ‘I Am a Disco Dancer 2.0’, which itself is a remake of the iconic ‘I am a Disco Dancer’.
Sharing a video of the employee using an iron to disinfect a cheque, Mahindra tweeted, “I have no idea if the cashier’s technique is effective but you have to give him credit for his creativity!”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had appealed for lights-out and urged people to lights candles and diyas for 9 minutes at 9 am on Sunday, to show solidarity in the fight against coronavirus pandemic.
Since being shared online, the clip has been viewed over 6,000 times and prompted several reactions. “Hopefully there will be many such scenes of triumph against coronavirus,” tweeted a user while sharing the video.
River Yamuna in New Delhi looks cleaner after the nation went into a 21-day lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Mrinalini, a Delhi-based Kathak dancer, came up with her interpretation of a poem on hope despite lockdowns and death due to the COVID-19 virus. The video has struck a chord with many across social media.
The generous move comes after reports of medical professionals and other frontline workers facing social stigma in many cities surfaced. As the photos went viral people lauded the group and Ratan Tata for going above and beyond to help those fighting against the infectious disease that has claimed over 60 lives in India.
The video came to light when IFS officer Parveen Kaswan shared it on his official Twitter account.
In a video message released Friday, Prime Minister Modi urged all citizens to switch off all lights on April 5 at 9 pm for nine minutes in a display of solidarity in the fight against the virus .
The company’s advertisement features children and parents playing together, people spending time in the kitchen mastering new dishes and some pouring their hearts out to their plants.
Classical dancer Dr Methil Devika came up with a Mohiniyattam performance that includes a message from the state’s health minister and talks about overcoming all obstacles in battling the pandemic.
Emiway Bantai’s latest music video has been viewed more than 4 million times on YouTube since being posted, and is among the trending 10 videos on the site.
The hashtag #Ramayan continues to dominate social media platforms and one scene featuring Lord Rama has become the subject of multiple memes.
Though the aim behind the initiative was to spread information, it was met with a mixed response online as many did not approve of the paint applied to the animal.
Since being shared online, the viral clip has garnered over 50,000 views and has amassed several comments from many, including film director Vishal Bhardwaj.
In a press release, Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar said all people under home quarantine to sent hourly selfies on the government-developed application to keep a track on them.