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Israeli swimmers dances on Madhuri Dixit’s dance number ‘Aaja Nachle’ in Tokyo Olympics

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Two swimmers from Israel can be seen performing in a perfectly synchronized way on Madhuri Dixit‘s ‘Aaja Nachle’ music track.

The duo of swimmers hailing from Israel has got all the attention of Indians after they danced on Madhuri Dixit’s famous song “Aaja Nachle” to perform a part of their routine in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

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The duo chose it for the artistic swimming duet

Madhuri Dixit

Eden Blecher and Shelly Bobritsky, the duo who were competing to qualify for the artistic swimming duet free routine round, chose this famous and captivating Bollywood Hindi number and it soon began circulating on several social media platforms. 

It went viral and many netizens can’t stop tweeting and sharing this astounding number because of its track.

The duo’s Olympic routine landed them in 16th place overall out of the 22 teams who competed in the free routine, The Times of Israel reported.

Some of the top tweets in related to this 15 second clip of the duo

Madhuri Madhuri Dixit The North-Eastern Chronicle

“OMG ISRAEL IS DOING ARTISTIC SWIMMING DUO ON AAJA NACHLE”

“ISRAEL IS DOING ARTISTIC SWIMMING ON INDIAN MUSIC” to mention a few

Madhuri Dixit’s reaction

Madhuri Dixit 2 Madhuri Dixit The North-Eastern Chronicle

Well we are still awaiting for dancing queen Madhuri Dixit’s reaction to this video. However after seeing this video we can make sure that she will be immensely happy.

The duo’s 15 seconds clip has made the netizens gaga on their artistic swim.

The duo’s Olympic routine landed them in 16th place overall out of the 22 teams who competed in the free routine, reported by The Times of Israel.

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