New Zealand Police performed a dance on the song 'Kala Chashma' and 'Kar Gayi Chul', this video is being seen very much

Let us know that November 14 is celebrated in many parts of the world including India. People of Indian origin also celebrate Diwali in New Zealand with great pomp. In this video, the New Zealand police are dancing to Bollywood songs in a light blue dress

21st November, 2020

New Zealand Police Dance Video: Craze Bollywood songs are not only in India but all over the world. In many countries, Bollywood films and songs remain fans. The craze of many Bollywood stars is also seen in the fans of foreign countries. Now a video is going viral on social media in which the New Zealand policemen are seen making forceful dance on Bollywood songs. It is being told that this video has been shot on the occasion of Diwali. This video is making a splash on the Internet.

Let us know that November 14 is celebrated in many parts of the world including India. People of Indian origin also celebrate Diwali in New Zealand with great pomp. In this video, the New Zealand police are dancing to Bollywood songs in a light blue dress. Those who are sitting in the chair in front of him are seen recording their dance and hooting.

The official Twitter account of the High Commission of India of New Zealand shared a video of the police officers shaking their feet at the song 'Kar Gayi Chul' and Kala Chashma at a Diwali event organized by the Multicultural Council of Wellington.

Dancing enthusiastically, the New Zealand Police also did a hook step of 'Kala Chashma'. His energy level is worth seeing. These police officers robbed everyone's heart by giving dance performances on Bollywood songs. The officers present there clapped happily. This video is also being highly liked in India. One user tweeted, "Thank you very much, New Zealand Police, you celebrated our festival Diwali with great pomp."

Commenting on this video, a user wrote, 'White people are very fond of foreign things. And they have long been fascinated with Eastern things. This is one reason. There can be other reasons as well. Another user wrote, 'Happy Diwali. Salute to your dance. Another user wrote, 'Dance great.'

Category: International

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Reported by:
Amit Kumar Jha