Norway dance group Quick Style has done it again, and this time they can be seen ‘performing’ to hit Hindi song Jehda Nasha. The video that is slowly gaining popularity on Instagram features the group members showing some sassy steps, including the famous Kala Chashma move, where one of them drops to the ground and continues dancing. The video has won netizens’ hearts online, with many demanding a full version. Some even shared that they saw the group performing live and loved their energy.
“GRATEFUL to perform together!” wrote dance group Quick Style along with the video. Alongside, they posted two hashtags #mydsf and #mydubai. The now-viral video opens with the members of the dance group walking on the streets of Dubai and recording themselves with the front camera. Soon, the video transitions and shows them dancing on the stage. The audience can be seen enjoying their performance and recording it on their smartphones. Towards the end, they did their famous Kala Chashma step and later bowed down to thank the audience. The group posted the video on Instagram and added the popular Hindi song Jehda Nasha to it.
For those unaware, the group went viral last year for their unique dance performance to the Bollywood song Kala Chashma from the film Baar Baar Dekho at a wedding.
(Also Read: Quick Style dances to hit song Jehda Nasha in viral video, Badshah drops comment)
Watch the video shared by the Norway dance group Quick Style below:
Since being shared a few hours ago, the video has raked up more than 8.4 lakh views, and the numbers are still going up. The video has also prompted many to post various comments.
Here’s how people reacted to the post:
“We want more videos of the concert,” expressed an individual. “This performance was mind blowing. The energy, the vibe and u all in black. Absolutely loved it and was so glad I could see it Live. Me and the girls enjoyed it. More power to u guys,” posted another with heart emoticons. “Habibi come to India,” expressed a third. “You guys are amazing,” wrote a fourth. Many also posted fire and heart emoticons in the comments section.
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