Video of Foreigners Dancing on 'Lollypop Lagelu' Going Viral is NOT From London! Watch Original Footage From Berlin
Lollipop Lagelu in London (Photo Credits: Twitter/@hemantbatra0)

A video of foreigners dancing to Bhojpuri song 'Lollypop Lagelu' is going crazy viral on the internet. The video is widely being shared over all forms of social media with a caption that states people were celebrating during the India-Australia match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. But anything and everything that comes on the internet is not true and it is always advised to check the authenticity of the video. While people continue to share that it happened in England, the video is actually footage from the Carnival of Cultures or Karneval der Kulturen - which takes place in Berlin. The street festival in Berlin is known for celebrating the multicultural diversity and ethnic groups in Germany with songs and dance performances. Tejashwi Yadav Dances To 'Lollypop Lagelu' Bhojpuri Song! Lalu’s Son Tej Pratap Yadav & Aishwarya Rai’s Wedding Video Goes Viral.

The video which shows foreigners dancing on Pawan Singh's 'Jila Top Lagelu' is not real! If you would have closely observed, the tableau where the DJs also have Berlin written on top of it. So this video is not from London and not from the ICC World Cup celebrations for sure. The video was being shared on WhatsApp and Twitter and rapper Baba Sehgal also shared the same on Facebook, which attracted even more viewers.

Here are the Real Videos from Berlin's Street Festival:

So if you see, this is the exact location from where the video of foreigners dancing is shared. It is not from London. The video has been edited and the song is added to the background.

Here are some twitter reactions:

This incidence once again shows why we should not believe anything and everything on the internet. One must always check the authenticity of the videos before passing them on.

This is not the first time that Jila Top Lagelu' had attracted foreigners. Earlier, a Nigerian singer presented a cover of the song. With more than 6 lakh views on Facebook and over 20,000 shares, the video by Samuel Adepoju, aka Samuel Singh went viral.