Internet sensation Sanjeev Shrivastava who is also popularly known as ‘Dancing Uncle’ has uploaded a video of himself dancing to Amitabh Bachchan’s popular song ‘Khaike Paan Banaraswala’ and as usual the video has gone viral and it is catching a lot of eye balls. What makes these videos special is not only his dance moves but also his carefree nature while performing this songs. Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan saw this video and absolutely loved it!!!
Actually earlier on Sanjeev Shrivastava took to Twitter and shared this video with Big B with the tweet “Khaike Pan Banaras Wala Dance Cover by Dancing Uncle. #DancingUncle #Amitabhbachchan #Don #KhaikePanBanarasWala @SrBachchan Sir bot himmat karke aapke song par dance kiya hai. Please dekhna jaroor.”
Khaike Pan Banaras Wala Dance Cover by Dancing Uncle. #DancingUncle #Amitabhbachchan #Don #KhaikePanBanarasWala .— Sanjeev Shrivastava (@DabbutheDancer) May 29, 2019
Sir bot himmat karke aapke song par dance kiya hai. Please dekhna jaroor. https://t.co/hJd6lrq52b
And Big B did not dissapoint his expectations. Not only did he see the video he also shared it and wrote ‘supeeerrrrrrrr’ followed by a heart emoji.
Now when Big B replies to your tweet that definetley cement your viral status. Sanjeev had rose to fame last year when a video of him dancing in a wedding had gone viral. He had performed to Govinda’s popular track ‘Aap Ke Aa Jaane Se’ and it had gone so viral that eventually he got to meet Govinda on Madhuri Dixit’s show Dance Deewane, and the duo had set the stage on fire with their majestic dance moves. Govinda had also told that “More than half a dozen heroes have copied my steps, and nobody has done it so well!” while talking about viral dancing uncle.
On the work front, Amitabh Bachchan who was last seen in Badla with Taapsee Pannu, will next be seen in Ghoomketu and Brahmastra.
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