Navaratri 2017 will be beginning on September 21 and people are all set to welcome this fun festival that brings back the Garba fever. Navratri songs have already been added to all our playlist as we wait to dance our hearts out this festive season. Navaratri is a ten-day festival of Goddess Durga. The Garba festival is here and thanks to the internet, Navaratri 2017 has brought with it viral videos of Charlie Chaplin dancing on traditional Navaratri songs. The videos show Charlie Chaplin dancing on popular Gujarati Garba songs like Dholi Da Dhol and has gone viral on WhatsApp. Silent Dandiya is The New Trend to Curb Noise Pollution During Navratri 2017.
Garba and Dandia are the traditional dance forms that are extremely popular in the western states of Maharashtra and Gujarat. The Charlie Chaplin videos that have been circulated on WhatsApp to welcome Navaratri 2017 have beautifully placed the songs to match the dance beats of Chaplin in the dancing stills from his iconic movies. The doctored videos are being circulated on WhatsApp with the messages like “Lets Welcome Navaratri 2017 in Style” and “Navratri 2017 Garba Season is on.” Navratri Colours 2017 With Dates: List of 9 Different Coloured Dresses to Wear During Navaratri Festival to Please Goddess Durga.
Navaratri is a 10-day festival that is celebrated by Hindus all over the country in different ways. While the people in the south celebrate this festival by decorating ‘Golu’ Bengalis celebrate the festival of Goddess Durga with Durga Pujo which begins on September 26, 2017. There are two main variations in the Garba dance videos of Charlie Chaplin. While the iconic comic is seen giving a solo Garba performance in one video, the other has the legend doing a couple dance to the Garba song ‘Dholi Da Dhol.’
Watch Charlie Chaplin’s Garba performance
Time for the classic ‘Dholi da dhol’
Navaratri festival will begin on September 21, 2017, in India and will continue till September 29, 2017. The Navratri festival comes to an end on Vijaya Dashami which will be celebrated on September 30, 2017, by Hindus all over the world. These hilarious videos are clearly giving a great start to the beautiful festival of Goddess Durga. Here is wishing everyone a Happy Navaratri.