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    Japanese doing ‘Kajra re’ in Sakura Bazaar


    Sakura, or Japanese cherry blossoms are found in bloom in March-April. You can get a spectacular view in and around Tokyo for around 10 days.

    Sakura Flower At Tokyo

    In the last week of march 2007, we were lucky enough to see a beautiful view of the cherry blossoms at Kudanshita. Around this time, Indian Embassy, Japan organizes a “Sakura Bazaar”. The food stalls and handicrafts were indeed noteworthy. However, something surprising awaited us. It was the stage performances by Indians and Japanese on Bollywood songs. It started with Bharatnatyam performances by Japanese ladies. Their grace and perfection was worth a watch. The fun started when they started dancing to the tunes of “Kajra re” from the Hindi flick “Bunty Aur Bubbly”.

    Japanese abhishek bachchan in kajra re dance

    Kajra re 2 (abhishek bachchan)

    Kajra re 3 (abhishek bachchan)

    Bharatnatyam by Japanese Artist

    Imagine a group of 10-15 Japanese dancing to the tunes of Indian film songs. They may not know the meaning but gave the expressions as if they were having a blast of their lifetime. The audience who had been cheering them till now and joined them. It was an unexpected , yet memorable, party for us all!

    Where’s the party tonight!!

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    2 Comments

    1. used tires says:

      Japanese Cherry blossoms are so beautiful

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