🔴 “We not done with this sound yet,” the TikTok dancing sensation wrote online sharing their second video of them singing along the soulful tunes sung by Jubin Nautiyal and Asees Kaurvideo.
🔴 The clip shared by Andhra Pradesh Police online shows volunteers going down the deep well to help bring out the woman, who they said was mentally unstable.
🔴 Grooving to remix version of ‘Koi Sehri Babu’, the trio was in sync doing a quirky dance routine for an Instagram Reel trend.
🔴 The video piqued the interest of popular Hindi poet Kumar Vishwas as well, who shared it on Twitter saying, “This cat must have lived in Tansen ji’s house in the previous life.”
“We’ve seen wicket-keepers, fielders and all-rounders in cricket, but what would you name this?” Tendulkar asked followers online.
Care for corn on the cob with chocolate sauce, desi masalas and some lemon? Our weird food list just got a lot wackier!
Instagram users were thrilled to watch Darth Gator, a giant alligator, hugging a young woman, who happens to be a zookeeper.
Overwhelmed at the moment the woman had completely forgotten to ask his name. However, realising the front porch camera recorded everything, she posted the video to the Neighbors App, looking for him.
The video has a fluffy feline busily licking a spoon as a man adds beats and melody. Soon, others join in, playing an array of musical instruments and even adding some elegant vocals.
The incident took place at Kalyan station when a passenger lost his footing and fell into the gap between the platform and moving Howrah-Mumbai Special train.
An unsecured cargo trolley kept rolling back on a busy street, crashing onto an electrical pole and turning on a light.
The little girl, Madison, who was seen waddling with two things in her hands, dropped all to quickly show her dad with sign language that a baby was crying in the vicinity.
To celebrate their child’s return to school after prolonged lockdowns, a family hired a small band to play festive music outside the school gate. A video of the amusing sight has now taken social media by storm.
The 2016 video from Australia recently resurfaced online after former NBA player Rex Chapman shared it, hailing the power of ‘la chancla’ – the Spanish word for flip-flop.
As Liv Harland helped a man who was rummaging for food in a bin, a passerby donated double the amount to her.
Since being shared online, the 2-minute clip has garnered over 8 lakh views with many amused by the man.
The video shows the ritual of Gangireddulu, as it is popularly known in South basketball equipment vendors, especially in the states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Emma Heesters’ soulful rendition, a more acoustic version of the peppy Sri Lankan song, has triggered fresh buzz on Instagram.
The man told local media that another bear had greeted him outside and there was at least one more in the house.
A curious turquoise-fronted amazon parrot was filmed in CCTV footage inspecting a highway camera in Brazil.
The original music video created by Dave Meyers for the song sung in English and Korean was an instant hit. Now, Clément Boquet in a fan-made video has tried to recreate the magic while paying attention to every minute detail.
Many internet users said it was possibly the “world’s biggest snake”.
Many said that while it is hard to even walk in heavy lehengas, they were blown away by her talent as she managed to skate and dance in ethnic attire.
Taking ‘falling in love’ quite literally, the duo tumbled as they tried to strike a pose in the end.
Earlier in September, Bangladesh cricketer Shahriar Nafees had brought the talented spinner to limelight sharing a similar video of him.