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UK: Punjabi Family, British Neighbors Dance To Diljit Dosanjh's Song On Streets

A video has been going viral on the internet showing UK neighbourhood dancing to Diljit Dosanjh’s Veervaar on the streets while still maintaining distance.

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Amid the unprecedented outbreak of deadly coronavirus, the major cities are under lockdown and people are urged to practise social distancing in a bid to curb the further spread of the disease. However, a video has been going viral on the internet showing a neighbourhood in UK dancing to Diljit Dosanjh’s song Veervaar on the streets while still being considerably far from each other. The video was posted on May 1 and the people can be seen enjoying thoroughly on the beats of the dhol during these bleak times of global health crisis. The video has garnered nearly 200k views with thousands of netizens saying it is “content worth seeing”.

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Diljit Dosanjh reacts to video

Since the video took the internet by storm, even Diljit Dosanjh happened to know about it and he reacted with an emoticon implying strength. Many other Twitter users were seen hysterical about how everyone joined to lift each other’s mood and one of them noted that “Bhangra can make anyone happy”. One of the netizens called the video “heartwarming” as it showed unity against the gloominess of the pandemic. 

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