Indian Air Force Doctors dance with patients on Happy song like there is no tomorrow. Video goes viral
A new viral video of Indian Air Force doctors dancing on Pharell Williams’ Happy song at the No. 12 Air Force Hospital has been taking the internet by storm.
Rember the epic dance by Royal Air Force Officers of the 68 Course Defence Services Staff College (DSSC) of Wellington on the viral dance number Psy’s Gangnam Style that went viral in 2013?
Then, this new viral video of Indian Air Force Doctors dancing on Pharell Williams’ Happy song at the No. 12 Air Force Hospital will make your day too.
If you Remember the Gangnam Style by the 68 DSSC at Wellington, in 2013, this will make your day.
Indian Air Force Docs doing their thing with, Happy, at the No. 12 Air Force Hospital.
Spreading Happiness and Joy.
In the video, which is being shared widely online, the staff can be seen dancing without any care in the world with the patients of the hospital.
In fact, some officers in the video can also be seen showing off their killer moves, while others can be seen doing tricks and dancing with children inside the hospital.
The incredible and heartwarming video is spreading happiness and joy online and the internet is in love with it.
At the time of writing this article, the video already had almost 447 retweets 848 likes.
While some called the video the best thing they had ever seen, others couldn’t believe that army doctors could have such a fun side also.
Many people loved to be a part of the heartwarming moment. This is what Twitter is saying:
The Twitter user, who shared the video, also shared the 2013 viral video and it is the treat for the eyes. Watch for yourself:
Plugging: The 2013 Gangnam Style Video from Wellington.
Conceived and executed by a Royal Air Force Officer of the 68 Course DSSC.
It was called the Jointmanship Video, keeping alive the Purple Tradition..