Viral Video: The person selling sweet corn played such amazing music, even Anand Mahindra could not stop himself from sharing the video – Anand Mahindra Shared Video the person selling sweet corn played such amazing music see this Viral Video

by Ana Lopez

People were amazed to see a man working in a sweet corn shop making amazing tunes. His art of playing music and holding the rhythm has made people go crazy for him.

Viral Video: Sweet Corn Seller Plays So Sweet A Tune Even Anand Mahindra Couldn't Stop Himself From Sharing The Video

Anand Mahindra Shared Video

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Talent is something that can be found in any person at any time, it has no discrimination of caste, caste or rich-poor at all. Currently a video on social media Viral Happening, in which people were stunned to see a man working in a sweet corn shop making amazing tunes. His art of playing music and holding the rhythm has made people go crazy for him.

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Businessman Anand Mahindra has shared a video on Twitter, in which a sweet corn seller uses a spoon in a bin in the shop to play a tune that will leave you mesmerized. Seeing such amazing talent, people became his admirers.

The man played melodious music from the spice box

In a viral video, a man in a sweet corn shop while making sweet corn plays a tune with his can and service spoon that people can’t stop listening to. As soon as you listen to that music you will feel the classical music in you which is called traditional kuthu music. Which you must have heard many times. But you rarely see him playing in this style. The man was holding a plastic cup in one hand and serving sweet corn, while with the other hand he played on the can and played my tune to every corner, entertaining the waiting crowd.

Anand Mahindra also became a fan

People were also seen capturing the tunes emanating from the bins on their cameras. When famous businessman Anand Mahindra saw this video, he too could not stop himself from praising it. But he shared the video on his Twitter page and captioned it – ‘I don’t know which organization this gentleman works for, but he should be the guest of honor at our upcoming #MahindraPercussionFestival in Bengaluru. They are living proof that Taal is the heartbeat of India.


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