A giant container ship that is as long as four football pitches was wedged across Egypt's Suez Canal, blocking one of the world's busiest trade routes. Due to this, Egypt reopened the canal's older channel to divert some traffic until the grounded ship could move again. However, the giant ship was freed recently and the traffic resumed. But this incident has got some Indian connection, thus proving that the crew of the ship were all Indian. Well, giving a cheer for the resumption, they started trumpeting horns with the tune of Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Esha Deol and Udya Chopra’s Dhoom theme music.
The moment took place when they blared their horn in celebration after close to a week of futility. A video of the same found its way to the internet where we can hear the crew of the ship booming horns on the tunes of the much-popular song, ’Dhoom’. Sharing the video, a Twitter user claimed that it was ‘100 per cent Indian staff.’ Screenwriter Mayur Puri, who was an associated director on the big-budget action film also shared the same on his Twitter handle and wrote, 'Wow!' and 'Dhoom Macha Le’.
He also tagged the star cast of the film and the music composer of the tune, Pritam who also retweeted the post on his timeline. Even the director of Dhoom Sanjay Gadhavi commented, “Unbelievable”
According to the latest reports, authorities are expecting the operations to return to normal within days. Amidst this, even Twitterati are pretty surprised to see this incident as one wrote, “Whether they were making an effort to make the vessel sail or tuning the Dhoom song.” While the other one said, “This is so hilarious”
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