Indian ARMYs Say “Stage Is Literally Shaking” As BTS Hits The Zingaat Beats With J-Hope Doing The Naagin Dance. – Watch
BTS’ popularity has soared in recent years, thanks in large part to their outstanding stage performances. Indian ARMYs have been making Bollywood mashups with the lads on social media for the past several months, and some of these films have gone viral in minutes. The septet can be seen in a new fan edit dancing to the powerful song Zingaat from the film Dhadak, which marked Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor’s cinematic debut.
The Bangtan Boys are due to play at the Grammys this year, but it appears like they may face a new challenge when member J-Hope tested positive for COVID 19 today. BigHit stated in their statement that they hope to resume their work schedule by next month, which will include the three-day show in Las Vegas. ARMYS from all around the world are wishing the rapper well on social media and hoping for a strong comeback from the band.
A fan has altered a segment of BTS’ Soeul performance by putting the song Zingaat in the backdrop in a new video edit that is currently going popular across social media platforms. V and RM can be seen swinging their hips to the rhythms at the beginning of the video, followed by a pumped-up leaping session by all seven males.
J-Hope can be seen seated on the floor bouncing to the music as the other members surround him and match his tempo with their foot stomps in one scene. Another scene shows Hobi performing a delicate step that resembles the Naagin dance, a traditional kind of Indian dance celebration. BTS was attempting to get the South Korean ARMY to clap with their feet in the original video because cheering was not permitted at the concert.
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“I think they saw Marathi version of zingat before concert 😂😂😂😂 look at them they give same vibes😍❤️” a fan stated in the comments section of this video.
Another remark said, “Mujhe yeh jin jin jin jin kyu sun rha hain.😂😂”
Another fan said, “Stage is shaking. Seven normal boys from Korea. 😂😂😂”