Indian and Pakistani soldiers dance to the song of slain Indian singer Sidhu Moosewala. The video of the soldiers dancing on both sides of the LOC went viral on social media.
Indian professor Ashok Swain shared the video on Twitter. The video showed the song being played on the Pakistani side. The music got Indian soldiers dancing and grooving to the song of Sidhu Moosewala in their check posts.
The video was first shared by an Indian police officer on Twitter. “Sidhu’s songs playing across the border! bridging the divide!” said the police officer.
Ashok Swain also shared the video. He said, “Indian and Pakistani soldiers are dancing and waving at the Line of Control (LoC) with the Sidhu Moosewala’s song! The problem is not with the people, the problem is with politics. “
The video got mixed responses on Twitter. Indian Twitter users cherished the video and vouched for peace. Pakistani netizens also enjoyed the video of the soldiers enjoying their time on the border, away from their homes and families.
Indian and Pakistani soldiers are dancing and waving at the Line of Control (LoC) with the Sidhu Moosewala’s song! Problem is not with the people, problem is with politics. pic.twitter.com/mzwC90lpbS
— Ashok Swain (@ashoswai) August 26, 2022
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A social media user commenting on the post shared a video of Indian and Pakistani cricketers interacting with each other during the training session ahead of Asia Cup. Indian cricketers met Shaheen Shah Afridi and enquired about his health. Meanwhile, Shaheen Shah Afridi interacting with Indian batsman Virat Kohli said that the Pakistani team prays for Kohli to get in form soon.
Both videos are making rounds on social media; some Indian users appreciated the exchange of friendly gestures between the players. Pakistan and India will meet again in Dubai for Asia Cup T20 match this Sunday. Last year, both teams played against each other at the same venue. Pakistan had knocked out India. Pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi is out of the team due to injury; fans are a bit tense regarding the performance of the team.