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Man Dancing To 'You Are My Sonia' Floors Netizens As They Tag Hrithik Roshan On The Video

The video of a dance performance by a TikTok user has left the netizens impressed as they have been sharing the video and tagging Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan.


Twitter seems to have found a gem in rural pockets of India where TikTok has become an important source of entertainment for people. An account by the name of Arman Rathod shared a video of a man dancing to the popular number from the 2001 film Kabhie Khushi Kabhi Gham - 'You are My Sonia'. The man's jaw-dropping dance moves seem to have impressed the Twitteratis as they have been sharing the video on their timelines and tagging Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan on the post so he can see it too.

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Several Twitteratis have shared the video where the man can be seen dancing to the Hrithik Roshan-Kareena Kapoor starrer hit song in an open field. People have been urging their fellow Twitter users to make the man famous as his brilliant dance moves remind them of the original song where Hrithik Roshan had showcased his fine skills as a dancer. Twitteratis have been tagging not only Hrithik but also Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania actor Varun Dhawan to get their attention on the man's dancing skills.

Many Twitter users have commented on the post saying that his dance moves are 'flawless' and 'as smooth as Prabhu Deva'. One user commented, “What a khatarnak dancer” along with a thumbs-up for the dance performance. 

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