Saddi Rail Gaddi Aai: Watch Mexicans groove to Punjabi blockbusters
A video tweeted by a student of City College of San Francisco shows Mexican and Indian neighbours dancing to foot-tapping Punjabi hits to celebrate the American Independence Day.world Updated: Jul 21, 2017 14:46 IST
When was the last time you saw a bunch of Mexicans dance to hit Punjabi blockbusters?
A video tweeted by Jashandeep Kahlon, a student of City College of San Francisco, shows his Mexican and Indian neighbours dancing to foot-tapping Punjabi hits to celebrate the American Independence Day.
The video has been retweeted more than 46,000 times.
It opens with a couple of people swaying to the pop tunes of Luis Fonsi’s ‘Despacito’ on a California street. The beat picks up in the next shot with Daddy Yankee’s Reggaeton ‘Gasolina’, and a few more people joining in. Cut to the next shot, the third song, ‘Aari Aari’, sees two men attempting signature Punjabi dance moves. The pace quickens as the fourth song ‘Rail Gaddi Aayi’ plays and the street is filled with Mexicans and Indians clapping, swaying, jumping and forming a human chain. Several others are seen cheering them on from their garages.
“By far the best 4th of July I’ve been apart of, S/O to the Mexican neighbors across the street making this lit lmaooo,” tweeted Kahlon.
BY FAR the best 4th of July I've been apart of, S/O to the Mexican neighbors across the street making this lit lmaooo pic.twitter.com/MGBKMkwq0r— Jashandeep Kahlon (@JKahlon35) July 5, 2017
Twitter was filled with appreciation for the cultural bonding and a longing to be part of the dancing group.
Lmaooo Mexicans turn everything into a party— Cloud (@clvxo) July 6, 2017
Two different cultures getting along just fine on a American holiday #americandream— Dre? (@Dre559) July 7, 2017
This is what America really is.. diversity without division ????????— DeMaree' Massey (@Mmar_95) July 7, 2017
I wish I was there!!!!— Lonzo Gang?? ™? (@Weber6God) July 7, 2017
This is why Indians and Mexicans would make perfect couples lol— Nikita (@Kitabee3) July 6, 2017
Nothing more American thn to celebrate the coming of different cultures coming together. Don't let no one tell U otherwise, this is America— Erik Alvares (@mr_Alvares) July 7, 2017
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