Wearing a hoodie back to front isn’t a new prank, but it’s hilarious failure in the case of one home is being widely shared on social media.
In the 56-second clip, cops can be seen dancing urging people peeping out from their homes to also shake a leg. The performance concludes with people applauding the cops from their homes.
Several videos of two men dressed as Yamaraja — the lord of death — and Chitragupta to alert people about the virus are being shared online.
On TikTok videos show police personnel singing devotional songs, applying a tilak and putting flowers on offenders to shame them for not staying at home.
Many commented that they would like to train their dogs to be as good as Pancho the chihuahua in the video. Others shared videos of their dogs doing yoga.
The video by noted dancer Sara Karrit from Lebanon, who is known on Instagram by the name of ‘Afro By Sara’, has taken the social media by storm for sending positive vibes during quarantine.
At Eltham Terrace Club in London, customers were involved in a high stakes poker game, involving cards but instead of chips, piles of toilet paper were seen stacked up for baits.
The song ‘Kutty Story’ from actor Vijay’s upcoming film, Master, is in hot demand even after a month after its release.
Composed in Raga Basant and in Taal Addha-Teentaal, the musician created a piece telling people: “Let’s work from home, but let’s not freak out. Let’s conquer Corona, before the havoc it’ll wreak.”
Many praised the dog named Oliver for his discipline but plenty of pet owners weren’t sure that their dogs would accept such an arrangement.
Since being shared online, the video has garnered over 3 million views and has been flooded with people gushing over the birds. However, this is not the only video that netizens are obsessed with.
The 1.04-second clip, which has now gone viral on social media, features six policemen wearing facemasks while displaying ways to wash hands in order to get rid of the germs.
IIT-Delhi announced the suspension of classes till March 31 amid the growing cases of coronavirus in India and the video of the students celebrating is now going viral.
“A cosy corner in a golf course becomes a dance floor. Gracious, synchronised swirling and twirling! Beauty is nature,” wrote a user while sharing the clip.
While the man, dressed in a silk vasti and pheta interacts with the guests by a leg-shake, the woman dressed in a regal sari prefers to greet all with folded hands doing namaste.
The dog’s reaction was filmed by its owner, who can be heard laughing off-camera. The video got nearly 7 million likes on TikTok alone.
In the now-viral video, an arrow in shape of an injection was seen hit at the figure to burn down the ‘coronasur’, in an attempt to fight the deadly diseases, which rattled the world by killing 4,000 people globally.
Many sharing the viral video online have dubbed it as the anthem to fight coronavirus in India. As the number of people tested positive by the infection is growing in the country, this song is helping people cope amid fears.
People on social media were blown away by Soni’s musical talent and showered heaps of praise on him and thanked the Facebook user for bringing him to limelight.
Dancing to Pharrell Williams’ hit song ‘Happy’, various employees of Goenka’s RPG Enterprise were seen shaking a leg to its peppy music.