A skilled Japanese couple recently wowed viewers with their spectacular dance performance to the popular Marathi song ‘Baharla Ha Madhumas’. This unexpected partnership between Japanese artists and Marathi music has received widespread attention, demonstrating the potential of art to bridge cultural gaps and forge beautiful relationships. The captivating dance and the duo’s commitment to embracing the Marathi culture have made their performance a must-see.
Music and dance have long been recognized as universal languages capable of bridging cultural gaps and bringing people together. The Japanese duo’s decision to express themselves through the soulful rhythms and melodies of Marathi music exemplifies this belief. They have created a perfect combination that encompasses Japanese and Marathi creative ways by adding their different styles and interpretations, surprising audiences with perfect timing and contagious energy.
East Meets West: Japanese Duo’s Mesmerizing Dance To Marathi Song ‘Baharla Ha Madhumas’
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The viral video is shared on Instagram by Kaketaku🕺 with the caption “Baharla Ha Madhumas from Japan😊🇯🇵✨”. The Marathi song Baharla Ha Madhumas was originally sung by Shreya Ghoshal, Ajay-Atul and Ajay Gogavale.
In the video, you can see the two Japanese dancers, named Kaketu and Piro, performing coordinated street dance moves. They are full of joy and passion while dancing to the rhythm of this Marathi song.
Let’s see how the internet reacted to this viral video
This video was posted about a week ago. It has received more than 481,000 likes and has been viewed by more than 4 million people since it was posted. Various comments will make you want to watch this video even more.
One of the users said: “Welcome to India.” Excellent performance. Another user stated: “Always trending #marathi.” Others said: “Love from India.” While the other said, “Thank you very much from Maharashtra India,” Welcome to Maharashtra (the most developed, most urbanized, most powerful and most diversified), one commented. Economically the most powerful of all fellows) Maharashtra, welcome!
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