Mom breaks into a happy dance when the beat of her favorite song drops
We all have this song that draws us in every time. No matter our mood, no matter where we are or who we are with, when the beat starts to pop, we to have to dance.
Okay, maybe not all of us. But if you know, you know. And this Punjabi mama knows.
Actor and self-proclaimed prankster Gagandeep Anand shared a video on ICT Tac and instagram of him and his brother Ishwardeep surprising their mother by playing her favorite song. She was cooking in the kitchen when Gagandeep came in with a stereo and Ishwardeep with a dhol (a traditional Indian drum) and as soon as they started playing her face lit up like fireworks.
Then the happiest 30 seconds of dancing happened, right there in Anand’s kitchen.
The song, “Dhol Jageero Da” by Master Saleem, is commonly played at weddings in North India. It’s a song that’s hard not to dance to just by nature, but Momma Anand clearly has her own personal story with it. The pure joy she exudes as she abandons her kitchen to enter the dance? Infectious. And his disappointment when the music stops? Just precious.
His smile and youthful energy, Holy Moly. And when Gagandeep said he had to dance when he saw his mom dancing, it was adorable. If only they hadn’t stopped the music so quickly.
People are loving the video, claiming Momma Anand as their own and reveling in her joy.
“Your mom?” a commenter wrote. “She is now our mom.”
“She literally got younger the moment the music started,” another person wrote.
“OMG I watched this too many times…she was so happy I couldn’t stop smiling,” another wrote.
Others chided the boys for letting him hang:
“How are you going to tease mum like that… her favorite part was coming.”
“You better come back right now and do it again for her!!!”
“YOU GO INTO THERE AND FINISH HIS SONG NOW!!”
Gagandeep frequently features his mother (and father) in his videos, which usually feature silly pranks. And mom Anand has hers PageInstagram too, where she shares cooking tips.
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