With the growing influence of social media across the globe, many people in India also love to play pranks on others and post videos online. Jokes can make you laugh or scare you. There is no middle ground.
An old video of a Gurugram man going viral again shows him pranking people on the streets, and everyone is enjoying it. Some may think it’s risky, but as we told you, it’s either fun or scary.
The guy named Kevin is seen pulling pranks on people in the outfit of Aladdin and his magic carpet. Do you want to see the video? Let’s not keep you waiting.
Aladdin rides his magic carpet
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Kevin Koul posted the video of the prank on his Instagram account with the caption: “Aladdin’s first magic carpet prank in Gurgaon, India. For a chance to win a free magic carpet ride tag 3 of your friends in the comment section.Song 🎧: Stay – @justinbieber Inspired by @caseyneistat Follow 👉🏻@kevin.koul for more memes.Trying my best to entertain you hope you enjoyed if you enjoyed please share this Reels video and comment that I love you. Hashtags 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻”.
Koul’s antics have amused many, with an electronic skateboard miraculously transformed into the legendary flying carpet for which the Aladdin character is famous.
In the viral video, he was born in Russia and attended a prestigious institution in Gurugram to study hotel management. And his prank gained even more attention when he posted the video, which shows him riding the skateboard-turned-rug and casually greeting people with a fist bump, where he is in costume and can even be seen later sanitizing his hands. hands.
You can see him riding his magic carpet through the roads and then in the market going to McD’s for ice cream. He is also seen waving and giving Hi5s to the people around him. Those who haven’t paid close attention to the video may not have seen a remote control in his hand that helps him move around on his magic carpet, which is actually an electronic skateboard.
Let’s see how the internet reacted to this prank
It’s been a long time since Kevin posted the video on his social media and it has garnered over 402,000 views and 11.9,000 likes. Many people commented with clapping emojis and heart emojis, and others praised his talent for pranking people.
One user expressed concern by saying, “Don’t do those stunts in the middle of the road.”
Another user commented saying that you must have enjoyed this prank on the way to Gurugram.
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