This "Whistling Tribute" Paid to "Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" on Republic Day breaks the Internet

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The video, published by the IWA on its YouTube channel, also states that the members belong to 17 ethnic groups and that the entire clip was shot in 18 Indian cities, the USA and Malaysia.

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The video, published by the IWA on its YouTube channel, also states that the members belong to 17 ethnic groups and that the entire clip was shot in 18 Indian cities, the USA and Malaysia.

The message of unity among diversity was confirmed by Indian Whistlers & # 39; Association (IWA) on Republic Day. Up to 50 members of the association whistled for the legendary song "Mile Sur Mera Tumhara".

The video, published by the IWA on its YouTube channel, also states that the members belong to 17 ethnic groups and that the entire clip was shot in 18 Indian cities, the USA and Malaysia.

The cult song was first released on August 15, 1988 and sponsored by Doordarshan and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to help build national integration. The composition was composed by Piyush Pandey and Stalwarts like Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Lata Mangeshkar and M Balamuralikrishna gave the song a voice.

To celebrate the 71st Republic Day, the IWA released the "Whistle Version" on January 25, 2020th Anniversary of their club.

The six-minute and eleven-second video "Whistling Tribute" was recognized by various social media users. The official video was viewed almost 85,000 times with 3.3K likes.

While one YouTube user commented that the video was "stunning", another said that they were "speechless" because of the storyline.

One user wrote: "Wonderful effort" while another said the performance "made India proud".

Even "Whistle Podu" Chennai Super Kings tweeted the harmonious video.

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