As we all are going gaga over of Sanjeev Shrivastava aka Uncle’s dance, here is another video of an elderly couple which is doing rounds on the internet. The 55-year-old Balan Madhavan, who is a wildlife photographer from Kerala has stolen the thunder with his wife Latha. They can be seen doing some crazy quirky moves which you can’t afford to miss.
The couple’s video got viral just after they performed at a pre-wedding party of his friend’s daughter a year ago. The duo matched steps on Tamil hit Ponmagal Vandaal composed by A R Rahman for Vijay-starrer film Azhagiya Tamizh Magan. Not only the couple entertained, they showed their cha cha cha moves and breakdance.
Check out the video here:
The video was uploaded a year back but surfaced online just after the Govinda uncle dance.
Balan captioned the video,
“Age is just a number.. at 55.
Most of you on FB know me as a wildlife and conservation photographer.
When I started photography 30 years ago, I was a banker by profession and photography was just a hobby. Then things changed as I got bitten by the shutterbug and finally left my banking career to take up photography full time.
But,.. when you turn your passion into a profession.. its rewarding, yet somehow you still need a hobby to enjoy life to the full.
I never ever learned any kind of dance in my life… but I love dancing… as I start swinging every time the rhythm of music touches my soul…
When my buddy from school days Hari and his wife Jayasree invited us to a pre-wedding party in connection with their daughter’s marriage… my wife suggested a dance performance on that evening… among friends and buddies…
Here it is… my first “bollywood dance performance”.. the result of just a couple of days’ practice under the guidance of Bipin… Thanks to all who cheered us…. at 55 years and Latha at 54…
I shall reply to all your comments only after a month.. on why I posted this video on FB… until then please share and post your comments. It’s important. I don’t expect your comments like ..”good performance “.. etc.. but sincere feedback on why we should come out of the shells we created.
Feel free to share if you agree fully with our view…
Balan & Latha”