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Video of old couple dancing to 90s hit at Kolkata café goes viral


Team Udayavani, Feb 1, 2021, 4:41 PM IST

A video of an old couple dancing to a 90s song at a café in Kolkata has surfaced the internet. The video was shared by an Instagram user named Mamta Sharma Das.

The clip shows an old couple dancing to a popular Hindi song, Woh Chali Woh Chali by Bombay Vikings.

The incident took place at Hard Rock Café in Kolkata. The couple ended up dancing, when the café was playing 90s Indie pop music.

 

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A post shared by Mamta Sharma Das (@thebohobaalika)

Das revealed that the couple were parents of the lead singer performing at the café.

The video garnered more than 8 lakh views and over 27k likes and was even shared on various platforms.

 

 

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