'Hawa Kam Karo': Another Hilarious Paragliding Video Takes Internet By Storm

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A man from Darjeeling, West Bengal recently became an internet sensation after a video of him experiencing paragliding for the 1st time surfaced on social media

Written By Bhavya Sukheja | Mumbai | Updated On:
Hawa kam karo

A man from Darjeeling, West Bengal recently became an internet sensation after a video of him experiencing paragliding for the first time surfaced on social media. The seven minutes 29-second video posted on Youtube captures Pawan's reaction during the course of the ride. The video didn't take long to go viral as it has already received around eight thousand views and hundreds of likes. Many netizens have also compared the video to that of an earlier viral video of Vipin Sahu. 

In the video, one can see Pawan requesting the instructor to finish the ride quickly and safely while the instructor tries to calm him down. To distract himself, Pawan also asks the instructor about his experience in the profession. He also suggests poking a hole in the glider to reduce the wind pressure and can be heard again and again saying "hawa kam karo".

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‘Land kara de’ part 2?

The video reminded netizens of Vipin Sahu's viral video in which he could be seen requesting the instructor to get him down. His genuine reaction resonated with people and the video was almost everywhere soon after it surfaced. Sahu could even be seen remembering his family and praying to the god for his safety during his mid-air commentary throughout his paragliding session. 

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In the video that has left the netizens in splits, Vipin Sahu was seen taking off from the ground with fear and excitement. However, as soon as he realised he is off the ground, he was seen pleading with the instructor to get him back to the ground. After the first few minutes, Sahu also ended up begging to his instructor, saying 'land kara do bhai' repeatedly. While the instructor kept on reassuring Sahu of his safety, Sahu was all panicky and afraid during the entire flight session. Moreover, he also offered a bribe to the instructor to make him land as quickly as possible.

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