spot_img
spot_img
Monday, November 29, 2021
spot_img
spot_img

Latest Posts

Watch: ‘Dancing Cop’ from Mumbai takes internet by storm

spot_img
spot_img
- Advertisement -

Dancing never disappoints! It is something that brings joy to anyone barring any culture or language. It does not matter what the music is and who the singer is as long as you are moving along with the beats. A dance video has taken the country’s netizens by surprise.

Also read: PAPARAZZI: Deepika Padukone aces her casual-yet-stylish look as she gets clicked at Mumbai airport

Dashing Moves

Dancing

In the video, a cop is seen to be dancing onto the beats of Aya Hain Raja from the film Appu Raja. His dashing moves in the khaki uniform has taken the internet by a storm.

The glasses and his expressions add a swag to it. The dance however, definitely looks very well choreographed and not just random steps.

Childhood dream

Dancing Cop 3 Dancing The North-Eastern Chronicle

Pursuing his dream, a 38-year old Cop Amol Yashwant Kamble’s video of him dancing has created a sensation on the internet, winning hearts across the country. Kamble who joined the Mumbai Police in 2004, credits his passion for dancing to his brother. His brother is a choreographer. Dance has always been his dream since his childhood.

At present, Kamble is posted at Naigaon Police Headquarters. However, he is pursuing his childhood dream of dancing besides serving for the Mumbai Police Department. As a youngster he had took his brother to several dance shows and even performed as a background dancer, Kamble told PTI.

“My elder brother is a choreographer and I did some dance shows with him before joining the police force. As a policeman, I have a responsibility to maintain law and order and to protect citizens first, but on my weekly offs, I dance with my children, my sister’s children, and have fun,” he said.

Dancing Cop 4 Dancing The North-Eastern Chronicle

The video was posted with the caption “Police ki chidhane ki saja ye hi Hain”. Speaking about the theme of his viral video, Kamble said, “The dance was based on the theme of an on-duty policeman asking a two-wheeler rider to wear his mask properly, and later both of them show their dance moves,” India.com quoted him as saying.

Internet’s love for the video

The internet can’t seem to get enough of the viral video. The video was posted a week back with a caption “Police ki chidhane ki saja ye hi Hain” on Amol’s instagram account and has already accumulated over 20k likes and the comments section is filled with words of appreciation from his new fans. Amol currently has more than 25k followers on his instagram account.

Latest Posts

spot_imgspot_img

Don't Miss

Stay in touch

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.