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Viral Video: The '#CUCchallenge' Takes Social Media By Storm; Watch Video

Viral video of the the '#CUCchallenge' takes social media by storm as several users started taking up the challenge and shared their versions of it online

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With the entire world coming to a standstill due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a lot of people have been indulging in some extremely creative activities to keep themselves and others entertained, yet amused amid the COVID-19 lockdown. A group of stuntmen from France are one among the few who recently took the internet by storm with the '#CUCchallenge' by adhering to the norms of social distancing. Recently, a compiled video of several stunt artists getting punched and kicked, with all of them actually performing those stunts in the confines of their respective homes went viral.

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In the two-minute-long video, there are multiple cuts wherein one of the stuntmen hits the camera, and the other gives the reaction to it. It created a visual as if they were beating one another in real life while everyone shot the videos separately from their homes. Later, a lot of people across the globe took up the viral challenge and shared their versions of the '#CUCchallenge' on social media.

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Check out some of the viral videos of '#CUCchallenge' below:

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(Image credit: 'campusUcascades' YouTube)



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