Difficult to miss the craze around the viral Bengali song Kacha Badam. While a number of desi Instagram users took part in the Kacha Badam dance challenge, this catchy tune is now global. Brazilian father-daughter duo Pablo and Veronica are the latest in a long line of Instagram users to take part in the dance challenge – and their video is steadily going viral online.
Pablo Beck Puhle and his 8-year-old daughter, Veronica, have amassed nearly a million Instagram followers with their dance videos. Proving that the language of music is universal, this Brazilian duo often delight their fans in India by dancing to desi tunes. On Wednesday, they shared a short clip on their joint Instagram account in which they managed to go viral Kacha Badam dance challenge.
The video shows Pablo and Veronica nailing the Kacha Badam step hook in perfect sync with big smiles on their faces. Watch the video below:
Since posting a day ago, their dance video has garnered over half a million views and over 1,000 comments.
“OMG can’t believe this song has been around the world…love India,” one person wrote in the comments section. “You are both amazing,” said another.
Kacha Badam became a viral sensation after a West Bengal peanut vendor was filmed singing the song. Bhuban Badyakar’s rendition of the song, first shared on YouTube where it has garnered over 22 million views, quickly spread to other social media platforms.
Singer and musician Nazmu Reachat then created a remix of the song which took over Instagram. The song has been used in thousands of Instagram reels and videos.
Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time Pablo and Vernoica have delighted the internet with their hits. They also succeeded in Srivalli hook step:
And their performance on Bijlee Bijlee is what propelled them to fame
“It all started when we noticed a huge amount of messages from followers in India,” Pablo, who is a dentist by profession, told The American Bazaar.
“All sending affection from India. We are always thinking of doing something to return that affection,” he said. “That’s when one of those subscribers sent a link to the song, Bijlee Bijlee by Harrdy Sandhu.”
“The music and its harmony touched our hearts and its choreography made perfect sense to us. (We thought it was a) perfect opportunity to honor these people with rich culture,” he added.
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