Mumbai's first flash mob at CST surprises all
23-year-old Shonan Kothari employed with a CSR consultancy in Mumbai came up with the idea.
Mumbai: Like any other normal day at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus commuters were busy tracking trains to their destination, until they saw something unique. A day after India observed the third anniversary of 26/11, 200 dancers were seen grooving to the 'Rang De Basanti' song on the station.
23-year-old Shonan Kothari employed with a CSR consultancy in Mumbai came up with the idea of a flash mob. She shared the idea with many others. The group practiced together for a few weeks. They wanted to pay a tribute to the people who lost their lives in 26/11 terror attacks.
The train services were also stopped for ten minutes at CST during the performance. This shows the real spirit of Mumbaikars.
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