Following AR Rahman’s remark, the producers of the Tamil film too reached out to the talented girl, who is also a singer and can play multiple instruments.
The video has also triggered a debate among netizens, with many wondering whether or not the song is dubbed in Chinese.
“Congratulations Nadub on being the fastest ever at TT Rock Stars!” read the caption of the video shared by the official page of the application.
Composed by Howard Lindsay Goodall CBE, the project is a tribute to the 122 healthcare workers who were among the first to have died due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tweeted by a user @Jillcattt, the 18-second video features an interaction between a female customer who was being asked to wear a mask by the employee.
Pakistan Supermarket’s managing director Mohammad Jehanzeb is delivering the popular fruit personally in his vehicle as he believes that “the king should travel like a king.”
While some netizens said they missed the ‘red dupatta’ on the popstars, the epic editing and perfectly matching steps left all impressed.
Showing off his dancing moves to DJ Snake & Lil Jon’s ‘Turn Down for What’, the video of the man has spread across social media platforms and left many impressed.
People said it was yet another case of misplaced anger by Indians, just like in the past how Snapdeal suffered owing to the hate against Snapchat.
A video of the incident shared on social media shows the diving instructor following the shark in order to cut out the rope. However, after several failed attempts, they finally called off the operation.
Anchors of AbTak News in Pakistan came back from a break, however, only continued commercial by promoting a drink company, informing people about it’s latest offers which included a big data offer.
With a perfect song—Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum’s title track sung by Lata Mangeshkar—playing in the background for the special occasion, the TikTok video is melting hearts online.
Australian Shepherd Kyle and Kiwi, an American Curl kitten’s unusual friendship is winning hearts online.
An aircraft flying over central London was stuck by three bolts of lightning at the same time. The incident, which has gone viral on social media, was witnessed by a person living on a 7th-floor apartment at Wapping High Street, central London.
People loved it how in the spoof the dog perfectly walks up to the spot and turns its head looking at the camera, titling it’s head to replicate the intro with flair.
People on social media lauded Jones for not getting nervous by the feline interruption.
Shared by the handle Wonder of Science, the 28-second video captured from a high-rise building shows the colourful rings in all its splendour — extending from the skies to the ocean below.
Originally posted on TikTok by user Sweta Adhikari (@adhsweta), the viral clip shows the bride and groom sitting side by side on chairs and making each other wear masks as guests applaud and cheer. One woman is also heard saying in background, “Virus…now, no more virus.”
The Washington Monument, the 555 foot-tall obelisk is one of the tallest structures in the area and is hit by lightning pretty often. However, people on social media claimed this time it was a ‘sign’ given the situation in the US.
Aided by his friend Jason Pitts, TikTok and YouTube artists Kurt Schneider played the tune on a washing machine while dressed like Harry Potter.
In the viral clip, the robot can be seen roaming inside the headquarters of SK Telecom Co—South Korea’s largest mobile operator—and scanning people on the floor.
Sumanth and Sonali, who go by the name ‘Bad Salsa’, are already a fan favourite after their high-speed and unique routine in the premiere of the show went viral.
The cyclist can be seen losing his balance and falling on to the back of the vehicle. Interestingly, the driver of the motorcycle, despite noticing the new passenger, continues to move ahead.
The delivery man climbed two floors without any safety gear and was able to help the family pull the child up.
People on social media commented how calmly the priest handled the situation, with many commenting that it must have happened before numerous times.