When it comes to summers, lemonade is one of the most classic and essential drinks. A glass of freshly-squeezed lemon paired with water or soda, masalas and sugar make for ideal refreshment. It is clear that lemon truly deserves the limelight during the summer season (pun not intended!). One particular version of lemonade, however, is garnering attention on social media for different reasons altogether. A lemonade seller has gone viral for creating a quirky tune to sell the refreshing drink. His funny antics and unique way of describing lemonade have been grabbing eyeballs. In fact, the first thing that people were reminded of was the 'Kacha Badam' song.
After 'Kacha Badam', Lemonade Seller's Jingle Goes Viral
The video was shared on Instagram by a user who goes by the handle @13_gouravsagar05. Since the time it was posted, it has raked in over 15.6 million views and 938k likes.
Watch the full video of the lemonade seller here:
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Internet Users React To Lemonade Seller's Quirky Tune
In the clip, the lemonade seller doesn't just sing a quirky tune but also jives with some catchy moves. The entire video seems to be not a mundane recipe, but a performance in itself. His unique style of making and serving lemonade along with the song has got Instagram users awestruck. "Baaki nimbu baad vich paaunga," he declares in the video. "Ek din peeyoge toh baar baar maangoge. Thandi Paa," he says to a mesmerised audience.
Instagram users reacted and commented on the video by the thousands. "Wow I love your confidence, sir," wrote one user while another said, "Kacha badam ka beta!" Others tagged their friends and family to watch the lemonade seller and his quirky tunes.
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Why Lemons Have Recently Been In The News
Speaking of lemon, the citrusy ingredient has also recently been in the news for more reasons than one. In India, lemon prices have been surging due to an increase in demand and shortage in supply. Prices have skyrocketed to Rs. 300-400 per kg. If you are looking for some alternatives to lemonade to beat the summer heat, we have you sorted.