An Ola scooter saved the bride's pre-wedding festivities. How? The wedding party played music using an e-scooter that helped the bride dance during the hymns. The story caught the attention of many and even got a response from Ola CEO Pavish Agarwal.
The video was posted on Instagram with a descriptive caption. According to that, the police came and told the DJ to stop the music as it was getting late and the celebrations were going on. However, it interfered with the plans of the bride who was ready to dance on stage. That's when the groom's friends came up with the idea of using Ola scooters to play music.
The video quickly went viral and made it onto X. Pavish Agarwal responded to one such tweet. “4 baj gaye lakein party abi b pakhi hai! Haha! Love how Ola scooters have become a part of our social celebrations across India! Way to go community, keep up the creativity! Quoting a line from a popular Hindi party song, the CEO wrote.
Watch the dance video and the CEO's reaction to it:
Pavish Aggarwal's tweet was shared a day ago. Since then, the clip has amassed more than 44,000 views. It has also collected almost 350 likes. People have posted various comments on this video.
What did X users say about this dance video?
“This technology should not come out of India! [This technology shouldn’t go outside India],” wrote an X user, referring to the dialogue from the movie Mission Mangal. „It's so creative,” said another. „Ola rocks,” said a third. What are your thoughts on this unusual use of a scooter?
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