A video recording of an Iranian female shaking a leg to the most popular number ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan Jaane Jahan’ from the 1975 movie Sholay has turned viral on the micro blogging site Twitter. The video recording we are talking about is said to be the best thing you will see today.
میگن تمام ایران بسیج شدن ساقی این مهمونی رو پیدا کنن😱😤🤣😂😅🤪😜 پارت ۱ ( پارت ۲،۳ در کامنتها🤪) pic.twitter.com/Ep8btYJ6B2
— Sheri 🇺🇸 (@Sheri_happy) March 27, 2021
The video recording, which is divided into three portions, got posted on the micro blogging site by a user with the handle @Sheri_happy. It shows a group of Iranian partyers re-enacting the most popular number from Sholay with extreme flawlessness.
I hope this tweet somehow finds its way to the Indian Twitter. This is the Iranian generation that grew up with Indian movies and on top of all the absolute Bollywood gem that was Sholay (1975), which is the film that these party goers are humorously reenacting. Made my day 👏👏 https://t.co/9mKkR5WcYj
— Kaveh Abbasian (@KavehAbbasian) March 28, 2021
From the movie’s most popular characters like Basanti to Gabbar to Veeru, the folks in the video recording donned each and every character with all significance. Yes, we are not joking at all.
This Basanti truly nailed it. ❤🤣🤣 https://t.co/VwctaDcF07
— Sid (@siddhart_shukla) March 29, 2021
The video recording starts with the female donning Hema Malini’s Basanti, entering the scene and shaking to the number. As she shakes the leg, a man playing the character of Veeru stands in the background with his hands tied to the door. Two men donning Gabbar and Sambha also stand there and watch the female dance. Don’t miss their counterfeit guns.
Best SHOLAY theme party!! https://t.co/xdafcmDvf3
— Arth Vaishnav •EF• (@ArthVaishnav) March 29, 2021
The video recording blew up after a Twitter user @KavehAbbasian retweeted the video recording, and it finally noticed the Indian viewers, who loved each and every bit of it.
Iranian Sholay ❤️ https://t.co/Atbp7kCHav
— Rony Dutta (@RonyDutta) March 29, 2021
“I hope this tweet somehow finds its way to the Indian Twitter. This is the Iranian generation that grew up with Indian movies and on top of all the absolute Bollywood gem that was Sholay (1975), which is the film that these party goers are humorously re-enacting. Made my day,” the Twitter user wrote while sharing the tweet.