Karachi tea seller uses image of IAF pilot Abhinandan, social media praises strategy
Twitter is going wild over a marketing strategy adopted by a tea seller from Karachi, who has used the image of IAF wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman having a tea, while he was held in the custody of the Pakistani armed forces, in a banner. Alongside the image, the tea seller has used a caption “Aisi chai ki dushman ko bhi dost banaye” (A tea that turns an enemy into friend). While several people have praised the tea seller for his tactic, others have said the Indian pilot must be thanked for giving free publicity to the former.
Sanjeev Shrivastava aka dancing uncle makes comeback in new music video
Sanjeev Shrivastava, dubbed the ‘Dancing Uncle’ after a video of him dancing for actor Govinda’s song Aap Ke Aa Jane Se at a function went viral on social media, is back. In a video clip shared online, he is seen as a teacher, who shows his famous dance moves to his students, which include singers Benny Dayal and Jasim. He later joins them and grooves to their peppy music. Sanjeev’s latest act has been lapped up by the audience, who wrote highly about his enthusiasm and passion for dance.
Pooch saves abandoned baby monkey in Madhya Pradesh, treats it as its own
Dogs are called man’s best friend, but in a surprise twist a pooch has seemingly adopted an abandoned baby monkey in Central India. A clip has been uploaded on YouTube, showing the two animals literally inseparable. According to residents of a village near Seoni Malwa in Madhya Pradesh, the baby monkey drinks milk from the dog and rides on her back. Locals say the dog pays more attention to the monkey than to her own puppies. They recalled the canine, named Ruby, rescuing the monkey from a pack of ferocious dogs.