There is no dearth of talent in India. This country is full of such talented people, who surprise the whole world with their skills. It is not that in just one area, but in every field there is more than one talented people You will get to see. Some have singing talent, some have dancing, some have painting and art. On the other hand, some people have their own unique Tallent Surprise everyone too. social media But nowadays one such video is going viral, in which a girl has shown her amazing talent, it is commendable.
You must have ridden a bicycle in your childhood or maybe still ride it, but have you ever taken the risk of leaving both hands and riding a bicycle? It is very difficult, because there is a fear of falling in it, but in this viral video, the girl is seen cycling without leaving both her hands and that too without any fear. Not only this, she has also carried an urn on her head and is also seen doing classical dance while cycling. People are very much liked by this amazing talent of the girl.
See this amazing talent of the girl in the video
Cycling pedaling with a Kalash on the head as well as doing dance moves by hand. All the time he has to balance the bicycle without touching the handlebar.. It must be really hard. Wonderful!!#Indian #woman #power #navratri_ki_hearty_best wishes #Navratri pic.twitter.com/7kFexc50jN
— Santosh Sagar (@santoshsaagr) September 30, 2022
This stunning video has been shared on the social media platform Twitter with the ID named @santoshsaagr and the caption read, ‘Cycling with a vase on the head and also doing dance moves with hands, all the time without touching the handlebar. Have to balance. It is really very difficult’.
This 21-second video has got more than 14 thousand views so far, while hundreds of people have also liked the video and given various reactions. One user wrote, ‘Amazing. This is Incredible India’, then another user has written, ‘Wow what is the matter’. Similarly, many other users have praised this talent of the woman.
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