Flash mobs are such a lovely thing to experience and be a part off. Some customers at Costco outlet in California's Santa Cruz were surprised when a flash mob broke around them in the store. Although it was set out in the foreign land, the song was infectious Bollywood number London Thumakda from Kangana Ranaut's 2014 hit film Queen. The performance took place on February 2 and the video of the same has been going viral. It was a well-choreographed stint by Australian-origin Francesca McMillan for the "Around the World in 80 Dances" series. Navratri Garba Video or Peppy Dance Form, This Viral ‘Chinese Garba’ Has Got Us Intrigued.
Not sure how many of the other people around the store recognised the song but the others shopping were quick to join in. The group of dancers aim to explore the world and bridge cultures through dance. The shoppers in the store were pleasantly surprised to have the Bollywood track playing joined by a large group of people showing off their well-synched moves. Saudi Arabia Allows Women and Men to Dance Together at a Public Concert; Videos Go Viral.
Watch Video of London Thumakda Flashmob Done in California
Sure looks fun right? The video has garnered over 4 lakh views and filled with positive comments. Imagine something like this being done in Indian malls? The Bollywood number is sure catchy and a favourite among many, so performing on this amidst a mall would have been fun. Any form of dancing feels a good stress buster. Recently, another video of a Chinese principal dancing with his students to motivate them to exercise went viral on social media. He started his own dance routine exercise which includes jazz dance steps with a mixture of contemporary style. It is called as 'Guibu' or ghost dance steps.