Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, March 19
Shamrock Bhangra, a people dancing group, had been caught doing Bhangra in entrance of Castletown House in County Kildare, Ireland.
RTE News, in a Twitter submit, shared the video that includes the people dance group. So far, the video has been shared over six lakh occasions.
The choreographers—Gurpreet Singh, Charnjit Singh and Kanwar Singh—carried out the socially-distanced routine by an Irish band and the UK-based The Dhol Foundation—a Bhangra musical group—on St Patrick’s Day, in keeping with RTE News.
A gaggle of Bhangra dancers in Ireland have given the normal Punjabi dance an Irish twist, to rejoice their two cultures on St Patrick’s Day | https://t.co/4hI4MQqXyd pic.twitter.com/dO0OqOkJgM
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) March 17, 2021
In conventional outfits, the people group danced their hearts out.
The video has gone viral on all social media platforms.
“This is totally good. An effective way of embracing the Irish tradition with a brand new spin,” a person mentioned. Another remark reads, “This makes me so glad! I have to see a Bhangra dancer day by day!”, one other wrote: “Love this Punjabi Irish jig!”