Mumbai’s Cuffe Parade skyscraper turns into ‘waterfall,’ video goes viral
The video shows water gushing down from a Mumbai skyscraper. Shared just a day before, the clip has already amassed over 66,000 views.
Water flowing down from a Mumbai skyscraper is one of latest video that is keeping tweeple busy. The video shows water gushing down from almost top of the building. What captures the attention of netizens is that the height of the building makes the gushing water looks like a waterfall.
The clip was shared on Twitter by K Sudarshan along with a caption that reads, “Waterfalls in New Cuffe Parade! #MumbaiRains.”
Shared on September 4, the post has already amassed more than 66,000 views. Additionally, it has also gathered close to 2,000 likes and over 700 retweets.
Though the tweet hints that the situation may have been caused by heavy rainfall in Mumbai, comments from a few other Twitter users suggest that it may have been caused due to “testing of water tank.”
Tweeple dropped hilarious responses on the post. There were many who expressed their surprise too.
Heavy rain continued to lash Mumbai and the entire coastal Konkan region, with water-logging reported from many areas and authorities advising people to remain indoors. Around 1,300 people were evacuated by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams from Bail Bazar in Kurla, where water levels reached four-five feet owing to the flooded Mithi river nearby.
As a precautionary measure, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) ordered all schools (government and private) in the city to remain shut for the day, said BMC Disaster Control.
What do you think of this “waterfall?”