Anand Mahindra shared the ‘dance’ video of the women’s hockey team, people said – Chak De India!

Anand Mahindra shared the 'dance' video of the women's hockey team, people said - Chak De India!

The performance of the Indian women’s hockey team was excellent in the 22nd Commonwealth Games (CWG 2022) being played in Birmingham, England. On Sunday, 7 August, the team defeated champions New Zealand 2-1 in a shoot-out to win the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games, with people on social media congratulating the team and appreciating their game. Huh. Let me tell you, this medal is also special because it is the first medal of the women’s hockey team in the Commonwealth Games in 16 years. Therefore, when the chairman of ‘Mahindra and Mahindra’ shared a video of the celebration of the women’s hockey team regarding this victory of India, it went viral on the internet.

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How is the Josh...

The enthusiasm of the women’s hockey team is clearly visible in this video. After winning the bronze medal, the players of the team are dancing on the song ‘Sabse agarge honge Hindustani…’. The video is so cute that after watching it, a smile is sure on the face. Plus, you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing! This is the reason why this clip is being shared rapidly on different platforms of social media. And yes, when Anand Mahindra shared this clip, the caption written by him also touched people’s hearts.

A source of 'Monday Motivation'...

This video was shared by Anand Mahindra on Monday. She wrote in the caption- Another source of ‘Monday Motivation’… No wonder these women know how to ‘dance’ on the hockey field. The whole country is dancing with him. This is India! This video has got more than 1 lakh 70 thousand views and more than 8 thousand likes so far. Also, users are writing ‘Chak De India’ to ‘Jai Ho’ in honor of the women’s team. Let us tell you, this is India’s 41st medal in ‘Commonwealth Games 2022’. India has won 13 Gold, 11 Silver and 17 Bronze medals so far!

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