Watch this super hooper dance in a sari and sneakers

With its infectious vitality and carefree zeal, Eshna Kutty’s hoop dance in a sari goes viral

With over 210,000 viewers on Instagram and numerous retweets on Twitter, Hula hooper Eshna Kutty’s video is trending on social media. “But my mother’s concern is I am wearing a not-so-nice sari,” laughs Eshna, over telephone from Delhi.

This is the third in a sequence of movies the place she is hooping in a sari and a pair of sneakers. This specific two minutes and 11 seconds video has her dancing to ‘Genda Phool’ from Delhi 6, in a chocolate brown cotton sari and armed with a metallic blue hoop that matches her shirt. Her hair is a nonchalant mess as she does a set of informal strikes and off physique methods.

“Initially, I was bummed because I was being an average hooper in the video. I was just having fun and not flaunting any skills. But now I think, that’s the reason it’s doing well,” says Eshna, who continues to obtain a barrage of messages from individuals who wish to strive the identical and really feel the way in which she does: liberated and completely happy. The video, launched on Wednesday night time, went viral on Twitter a day later. “I wasn’t on Twitter but I finally made an account today,” the 24-year-old provides.

“The notion around saris have been that the wearer has to be proper and pin it up a certain way. But the goal here is to be comfortable and do what you want in it,” says Eshna, including that this idea of hooping in a sari and sneakers had been in her thoughts since April, when she observed a surge in curiosity in this pastime. She additionally conducts courses and workshops and most of her viewers are Americans and Europeans. Trending below #sareeflow, the concept took place as a means to have interaction extra Indian viewers. “I thought if I add an Indian element, people will be intrigued by it,” she says.

Eshna’s Indian scholar hoopers at the moment are taking this pattern ahead by posting their model of the sari-sneaker-hoop dance. The numbers are rising by the day; the vitality is, admittedly, infectious.


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