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Viral Video of Mumbaikars Dancing at Nariman Point Is Enough to Make Your Day!

The dance was performed under Mumbai Police's 'Sunday street' initiative that promotes a stress-free urban life.

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Viral Video of Mumbaikars Dancing at Nariman Point Is Enough to Make Your Day!
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A video of people dancing on the song 'In da Getto' at Nariman point in Mumbai has recently gone viral and it's definitely giving all of us some real life Bollywood feels! The video was shared by Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey, and has since then garnered close to 90k views.

But this dance is not just another video that has gone viral, there is an interesting concept behind it. The dance was performed under Mumbai police's 'Sunday Street' initiative.

The initiative was started by the Commissioner and it aims to create a stress-free and healthy urban environment by promoting recreational activities such as dance, yoga, jogging, cycling etc. on the streets of Mumbai. The idea is to open up the streets for the public every Sunday and help them destress by participating in different cultural and physical activities.

Currently, there are around 11 spots across the city, including Nariman Point, where the Sunday Street is organized. The designated streets are closed off for a few hours for people to participate and rejuvinate through these activities. Several people have shared clips of police performing in the event. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar was also seen attending the event.

The initiative is being applauded on the internet. Here are some reactions by netizens:

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

People react to Sunday Street in Mumbai

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter)

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