The video shows people stopping the truck and asking the driver to honk saying, “Ek baar aur, ek baar aur (once more, once more)”.
While the boy does takes his first step, his sister’s cheeky smile has delighted everyone online. Many tagged their own siblings on the video having a good laugh.
This amazing moment took place during a warm-up session of a practice match, where the entire Jackrabbits team aced their shots — none requiring the support of the board. Can you beat this?
Sir Gary Sobers was the first person in the history of cricket to hit six sixes in an over, and people couldn’t stop reminiscing his brilliant feat.
The video shows students of various countries coming together to sing a soulful rendition of the popular Bengali song, with some lines from the lyrics translated in other languages including Mandarin, English, Tamil, Nepali, Burmese among other.
In the video going viral shared by Science Channel online, it shows what looks like a flamingo bludgeoning the head of another while its “offspring feeds on the blood”, however, the page warned, it’s nothing like that.
The video shows the man with his arm around his son and relaying every development on the pitch to him.
Taken by surprise in the subway, the woman not only completed the lyrics but came up with a jaw-droppingly good performance.
Although most praised the man for going out of his way to save the animal, few pointed out it probably was just a defence mechanism.
In the video shared by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal a man is seen falling off a moving train while trying to get off. However, the man has a narrow escape.
Witnessing snow in Texas, the little girl decided to reenact the song from the blockbuster animation film by playing the role of Elsa and the video has taken social media by storm.
Albie, who has Down Syndrome, was tube-fed until he was five-months-old and is now encouraged to play with food as part of his development, but “bathing” in it was “a new one” to the family.
The priest and family members are seen gathering near the two mobile phones to bless the couple, while others take photos and videos of the ceremony.
“Accomplices shouted phrases about the presence of a dangerous viral infection… provoking panic among passengers,” a spokeswoman for the ministry, Irina Volk, said in a statement.
On the count of three, as the devices are switched on, the little kid seemed little baffled at first, and with his eyes wide open, hugs his mother quickly in joy. The touching moment left many teary-eyed online.
The video had over a million views on YouTube alone after it was shared by Chinese state media outlet Xinhua News.
Kapil Sharma and Gaurav Chaudhury recently shot a vlog in Dubai on the lines of James Corden’s famous carpool karaoke videos. But a short clip of the interview is being shared on social media.
People praised the journalist for being “very professional” and wondered how she still could finish her job despite being so scared.
The exchange between the two species was filmed at Kaingu Safari Lodge in Zambia. In the 14-second clip, the leopard cub can be seen approaching the lizard as the reptile continues to scare the wild cat with its tail.
Musician Prateek Kuhad, feature pop-star Anushka Manchanda, singer Shashwat Bulusu, poets Sabika Abbas Naqvi and Amir Aziz are among the artists performing at the impromptu festival, “Artist against Communalism.”