‘He seems so happy’: Man imitating Salman Khan dances in crowded Mumbai local train. Watch | Trending News

People recording their videos while dancing in public places such as Metros and trains has become a common phenomenon despite repeated requests by the authorities to not indulge in such behaviour that hassles fellow passengers.

Now, a video of a man, purportedly a lookalike of Bollywood star Salman Khan, dancing inside a Mumbai local train has surfaced online. A page called Mumbai Matters (@mumbaimatterz) posted the clip on X, formerly Twitter, on Friday.

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Wearing a blue t-shirt tucked into black denims and a bandana, the man is seen imitating Salman Khan’s dance as he performs to the song “No Entry – Ishq Di Galli Vich” that was a part of the 2005 film No Entry.

While many commuters are seen sitting on their seats and ignoring his performance, a few people are heard shouting and goading him on. At one point, the man even stood on two seats while passengers are sitting on them.

“Travel Inside a #MumbaiLocal train never ceases to spring a Surprise. Now a #SalmanKhan look alike showcasing his dancing skills inside a Harbor line local train.. (Even kept his shoe laden feet on the seat),” the caption of the video says.

Watch the video below:

“We already have aspiring Salman Khan’s performing stunts in harbour line local trains… what next I wonder…” a user commented. “The passengers seem to be bored while sitting,” joked another. “That’s salman khan himself promoting his new movie,” another person wrote sarcastically. “Once saw a man singing old hit songs with a karaoke machine,” another netizen said. “He seems so happy what else we need in life,” another person posted.

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