At the end of the short video, the man is seen breaking into a laugh as he tries to assure the twins that he is no stranger. Clearly, it doesn’t work as both the girls are seen crying on camera.
The two veteran politicians were captured enjoying themselves while dancing to covers of ‘Aaj Kal Tere Mere Pyar Ke Charche’ and ‘Gulabi Aankhen Jo Teri Dekhi’ in the video.
‘Forget horsepower, go DONKEY power!’ a popular video page on Facebook wrote recently while sharing the clip, which shows a donkey running at a high speed on a busy highway.
The volcano is among the 120 other active volcanoes in the country that are located on the Ring of Fire’, which is an arc of volcanoes and fault lines that is encircling the Pacific Ocean.
The viral clip, which garnered over 40,000 likes after being posted on the app, was flooded with netizens debating the man’s treatment of the snake.
The video which recreated the original trailer of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ had everything built from scratch. From background to minifigures used to represent characters — the eye for details impressed all online.
The adorable video, which was initially posted on TikTok by user @ashlee_1128, went through the roof after WeRateDogs, a popular dog rating profile, shared it on its social media platforms.
As the clip went viral across social media sites, many tagged original cast of the cult movie, while others said it reminded them of the scene in “Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens” featuring a fight between Rey and Kylo Ren.
As fuel prices across the country are on the rise, the guests got creative with their gifts giving the newlywed couple 5 litres of petrol and a gas cylinder.
Angela Merkel has called for Germans to be “extremely cautious” and warned of the “dangers” of the new Covis-19 variants. But it was a moment after her speech in parliament that resonated with many online.
In the video, the soldiers are heard saying, “Yeh hum hain, yeh humari gun hai aur hum yahan patrolling kar rahein hai (This is us. This is our gun and we are patrolling here).”
While an initial glance of a snake is enough to send shivers down your spine, two daring videos of people rescuing the reptiles stuck in wells have gone viral.
Sharing the clip on her Twitter handle, the 49-year-old politician quoted poet Sohan Lal Dwivedi. Captioning it, she wrote: “Laharon se dar kar nauka paar nahin hoti; Koshish karane vaalon ki haar nahin hoti (The boat does not cross due to fears of the waves; those who try don’t lose).”
“By the way, I think there’s an earthquake going on,” Gandhi is heard saying on the live Zoom interaction with historian Dipesh Chakrabarty and the students when the earthquake struck.
While Banerjee went on to discuss several others matter, netizens picked a 7-second clip from the rally’s video and turned it into hilarious memes. Check them out here.
“This is probably the methane gases in the manhole caught on by the firecracker. This is an accident waiting to happen,” tweeted a user, while another wondered if the incidents are related to an online trend.
As his video created waves on social media, beyond the north-eastern state, many praised him for his command over his language.
The short video shows two children standing in front of each other as one of them asks the other, “Are you ok?” Although his friend replies “Yeah,” it’s evident from his voice that he is upset.
While many thought it was scary, others questioned the authenticity of the video saying it could be edited. Few bikers also opined it might not be a ghostly affair but some issue with the bike’s ignition.
The incident took place around 8.30 pm on Friday, when the passenger was trying to board the Punjab Mail.
The 1.42-minute clip features the sounds of several animals and birds such as elephants, peacocks, monkeys, lions, and chimpanzees.
“It’s a most unusual sight,” read the caption of the clip, which has now been viewed over 4 lakh times.
Since being shared online, the video has garnered over 19,000 views and has been flooded with netizens lauding Pond for his song selection.
In an undated video, a group of people is seen enjoying a live performance at a restaurant in Goa where the band is heard singing catchy tunes of old ads — from Pan Parag to Maggi.
CTV Toronto correspondent Anwar Knight was talking about a dip in the temperature, when he stepped off the hill, crouched and slid down while continuing to speak.