Zomato delivery guys are turning out to be the hearts of social media, and they know how to enjoy life and work amidst the chaotic work schedule. Well, that is the secret to a more beautiful and bearable life. Now, a Zomato delivery guy, who decided to do something ‘wholesome’ other than just delivering food orders, has won the internet and a video of the same has been going viral over the internet.
In the viral video, the delivery agent can be seen dancing to a Bollywood song and social media users are quite impressed by the same, many couldn’t even stop pouring love for the jolly, hardworking man.
A user, who goes by the name Pulkit Kochar, posted a short clip on his Instagram handle which has been making rounds on the app. In the video a Zomato delivery guy can be seen dancing to the popular Bollywood song ‘Sapne mein milti hai’ sung by Suresh Wadkar and Asha Bhosle, in front of a wedding location.
From the looks of it, the same song is being danced to by the guests inside the wedding venue. Through the glass wall of the wedding venue, the individual who captured the now-famous video simultaneously showed both sides.
The caption read: “Wholesome”, and it has garnered more than 65,000 views and over 5,000 likes. Several users took to the comments section to express their thoughts and some even called this moment wholesome.
However, a girl thought that if she was present at the wedding venue, she wouldn’t be able to just watch him dance like that; instead, this is what she would do. She wrote, "If I saw him dancing I'd really invite him in for food."
The original user who posted the video wrote in the comments, "Dekho to hum paas hain lekin, socho kitni doori hai." A man called the Zomato delivery man "showstopper" and wrote, "Show stopper toh bhai tha."
A girl called the moment "wholesome" and wrote, "@zomato yaar kitna wholesome workforce hai aapka."
Previously, Zomato had asked customers not to add, ‘Bhaiya accha banana’ as a cooking instruction which was not well-received by the users. But, that did not do well with the users and they even slammed the food delivery app for its high delivery packaging charges.
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