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This Video Of BSF Officers Dancing To Desi Beats Is Going Viral For All The Right Reasons

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Being an Army officer, the biggest thing that the job demands is maintaining absolute discipline at all times. That’s the way we have always seen them on occasions like the Republic Day Parade-every movement completely measured and totally in sync. And, the perfect discipline always leaves us in awe.

What we don’t see often is the army officers doing ‘bhangra’. A Facebook page called Defence News India shared a video titled “BSF men and women awesome dance at Attari-Wagah Border” and the men and women in uniform show off their moves and prove that they can dance to desi beats with just as much finesse.

The video is going viral, and for all the right reasons, and watching these officers dancing is so different from what we’re used to seeing, making it even more interesting. 

Watch the whole video here.


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