Viral Video: A cab driver sang a song in a traffic jam amid Delhi rains, won hearts online

Trending News: Delhi-NCR is getting relief from the heat due to continuous heavy rain for three days, but water logging and traffic jams are also taking place. Due to incessant rains, several major parts were waterlogged. The Delhi Traffic Police has issued an alert asking commuters to plan their journey in view of the rains. […]
 


Viral Video: A cab driver sang a song in a traffic jam amid Delhi rains, won hearts online

Trending News: Delhi-NCR is getting relief from the heat due to continuous heavy rain for three days, but water logging and traffic jams are also taking place. Due to incessant rains, several major parts were waterlogged. The Delhi Traffic Police has issued an alert asking commuters to plan their journey in view of the rains.

Light to heavy rains have been lashing parts of the capital, making office-goers more frequent than usual. Amidst the busy stretches and traffic jams at red lights, a cab driver took the opportunity to sing happily instead of complaining about the depressing traffic.

Delhi Police shared this hilarious video on Twitter as a message about noise pollution. “love music? sing! Do not blow the horn at the traffic signal,” the caption said. In the clip, the cab driver, identified as Shashikant Giri, can be seen singing ‘Saare Nazar’, silenced by Mohammed Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar. Kaby is winning thousands of hearts online, as people have loved his soul mate all his life.

Watch the viral video of a cab driver singing amidst a traffic jam amid rain in Delhi:

 

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had said on September 20 that there is a possibility of light rain with generally cloudy sky over the national capital for the next five days.

Fresh rains just before the withdrawal of monsoon from the National Capital Region will help cover the large deficit to some extent. Due to this the air will also be clean and the temperature will also be controlled. On September 22, the city recorded a minimum temperature of 23.8 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 28 degrees Celsius, seven notches below normal.

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