There is no dearth of talent in India and the newest talent on the block is a 23-year-old woman who has impressed the internet with her fabulous and effortless dance on Rekha Bharadwaj’s ‘Genda Phool’. Well, the twist here is that she has performed on the peppy song in a saree while hula hooping! Also Read - Here are 5 Things No One Tells You About Dupatta Saree Drape Style

Eshna Kutty, hailing from Kochi, posted a video of herself hula hooping to Delhi 6 song ‘Genda Phool’ while wearing a maroon saree and sports shoes.

Her caption on Instagram read, “Dress up to goof around. Can one really flex to a song like Genda Phool which is all heart tho? This post is primarily to share with you why I put out #sareeflow as a hashtag. It had been on my mind for months, and the intention was not to create the most sensual saree videos, but to feel so comfortable and happy wearing it without the pressure of being a delicate lady”.

Take a look at the video that’s gone viral:

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Can one really flex to a song like Genda Phool which is all heart tho? This post is primarily to share with you why I put out #sareeflow as a hashtag. It had been on my mind for months, and the intention was not to create the most sensual saree videos, but to feel so comfortable and happy wearing it without the pressure of being a delicate lady. That aside, I wanted to also spotlight Indian hoopers because we're so few in number but growing so fast. Theres so much diversity in our cultures and even in our sarees that I hoped this trend would add a very unique twist to a global art form. Or visa versa- that you'd want to get yourself a hoop because you secretly want to dress up to goof around. Either case, I think it's fantastic that you're doing it anyway and sharing it ❤️ . . . Wearing @pumaindia + mother's saree obv✨ . . #hoopersofinstagram #hooplife #hoopdance #hoop #hoopersofig #hooplove #flowarts #hoopflow #hulahoop #hulahooping #infinitecirclescommunity #girlswhohoop #hooper #hooping

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“I wanted to also spotlight Indian hoopers because we’re so few in number but growing so fast. There’s so much diversity in our cultures and even in our sarees that I hoped this trend would add a very unique twist to a global art form. Or visa versa- that you’d want to get yourself a hoop because you secretly want to dress up to goof around,” Eshna added.

The video has now gone viral on other social media platforms and being shared widely.

”Woke up to several people Whatsapping me this video! Meet my daughter who has sparked off a #sareeflow trend,” her journalist mother Chitra Narayanan wrote on Twitter.

Here is how people reacted:

Well, this isn’t the first time that she has wowed people with her amazing skills. In fact, she has shared many other videos of her hula flow in saree using the #sareeflow hashtag on Instagram.

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What do you think of the video?