Viral Video of Girl dancing in Hyderabad metro, officials to initiate action
Grooving to the Tamil song "Ra Ra", the content creator garnered thousands of likes as the video went viral on various social media platforms.
- After the incident came to their notice, Hyderabad Metro officials said they would take action against the girl for violation of metro rules.
VIRAL VIDEO- A girl dancing inside Hyderabad metro for creating an Instagram reel has gone viral on social media on Tuesday. While some lauded her guts, others termed the act as a “nuisance.”
Grooving to the Tamil song “Ra Ra”, the content creator garnered thousands of likes as the video went viral on various social media platforms.
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The content creator, who posted videos on her Instagram handle while dancing inside the metro and at a station as well, garnered thousands of views and likes. However, twitterati seems to have got no chill as many questioned why such actions were allowed on public transport.
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“What kind of nuisance is this?? Are you guys giving permission for this on metro trains? Are you guys changed Hyderabad metro stations as picnic spots & dance floors? (sic),” a user tweeted while tagging Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited.
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After the incident came to their notice, Hyderabad Metro officials said they would take action against the girl for violation of metro rules. They pointed out that photography and videography is not permitted on the train or on the platform.
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Another user said: “When I was in China, I saw old people dance on footpath with music on. It’s so pleasant to watch. I remember Auto’s used to play songs on speaker here in Hyderabad, made stupid traffic ride enjoyable. Its not harming anyone why people became so much intolerant? (sic).”
Officials told Telangana Today that the HMRL will be initiating action against the woman soon.