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Watch: "Duniya Mein Logon Ko" At Republic Day Parade Rehearsal Warm-Up

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Republic Day 2022: The Bollywood tune was performed as a part of a Navy warm-up train.

New Delhi:

What is the tune that Indian Navy personnel groove to whereas warming up for the rehearsal for the 73rd Republic Day parade in Delhi? Apparently, Bollywood songs, a video launched by the federal government confirmed.

Within the video tweeted by MyGovIndia – a citizen engagement platform of the federal government – the Indian Navy personnel have been seen grooving to a Bollywood tune throughout the rehearsals at Vijay Chowk in New Delhi.

Clad within the Navy uniform, holding rifles, the defence personnel have been seen shifting to the rhythm of Duniya Mein Logon Ko, sang by RD Burman and Asha Bhosle from the film Apna Desh.

The two.25-minute-long video has garnered over 50,000 views to date. The caption learn, “What a sight! This video will certainly offer you goosebumps! Are you able to witness the grand 73rd Republic Day celebrations with us? Register now and ebook you e-Seat at present!”

The Bollywood tune was performed as a part of the warm-up train for the Navy personnel, and it under no circumstances will probably be a part of the Republic Day celebrations, official sources instructed wantpassport.

“That is usually accomplished in early a part of the day to get the kids warmed up for the day’s actions. It will not be a part of any official parade, solely used as a warm-up train,” an official supply instructed wantpassport.

Like final 12 months, the grand Republic Day celebrations at Rajpath in New Delhi will probably be scaled down amid a pointy surge within the COVID-19 circumstances throughout the nation.

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There will probably be no overseas head of state or authorities because the chief visitor for the Republic Day occasion for the second 12 months in a row.

The variety of individuals that may be allowed to attend the January 26 parade this 12 months has additionally been curtailed by 70-80 per cent to roughly 5,000-8,000. Roughly 25,000 individuals have been allowed to attend the final 12 months’s parade.



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