Bangadeshi bride and groom dance to Kaahe Chhed Mohe during their Gaye Holud ceremony


New Delhi: Just as traditional rituals are part of marriage, dancing can be part of any of them. Whether at Sangeet or during the Haldi ceremony, dance performances are a must to make D-Day memorable. But what can be the icing on the cake is a dance performance by the bride and groom.

A recent video touched the hearts of people across the world where a Bangladeshi bride and groom danced to Madhuri Dixit’s song “Kaahe Chhed Mohe” by Devdas.

The now viral video shows Bangladeshi newlyweds setting the stage on fire by dancing Kathak to the popular song from the 2002 film Devdas. Being professional dancers, the couple performed an impromptu dance at the Gaye Holud ceremony. Surprisingly, the steps synchronized naturally. Cheers and applause could be heard in the background.

Aliya shared the video on her Instagram account ‘aaloogobi’ captioning it, “Have you heard of the fall in confidence? Well, it was a” dance of confidence “- My Gaye Holud starter was a 5 minute Devdas mix that we somehow pulled off without any real practice. This part in particular was something that Rohit and I literally said to each other,” You are doing something. thing, and then I’m going to follow along and we’ll just find out on stage. ”That’s exactly what happened.”

The video went viral, garnering over 1.6 lakh views. The comments section was also inundated with netizens praising their performance. “Wow !! Brilliant. May you demonstrate the same synergies your entire life. Best wishes to both of you,” one user wrote while another commented, “It’s so beautiful I’ve been watching this for 3 hours. . “

‘Kaahe Chhed Mohe’ was a popular song by Devdas with Shahrukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai and Madhuri Dixit. The song was sung by Pandit Birju Maharaj, Kavita Krishnamurthy while the vocals were added by Madhuri Dixit. The music was composed by Ismail Darbar and Monty Sharma.


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