[Watch] German Embassy Staff Dances To ‘Naatu Naatu’, PM Modi Is All Praise

New Delhi: Naatu Naatu fever has gripped the world. The German Embassy staff in Delhi recently danced to the song in Old Delhi after being challenged by the South Korean Embassy staff. They took to the streets of Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi to celebrate the song’s win. And their performance won them praise from PM Narendra Modi.

“Germans can’t dance? Me & my Indo-German team celebrated #NaatuNaatu’s victory at #Oscar95 in Old Delhi. Ok, far from perfect. But fun! Thanks @rokEmbIndia for inspiring us. Congratulations & welcome back @alwaysRamCharan & @RRRMovie team! #embassychallange is open. Who’s next?” Dr Philipp Ackermann wrote as he shared the video on his official Twitter handle.

Thanks @rokEmbIndia for inspiring us. Congratulations & welcome back @alwaysRamCharan & @RRRMovie team! #embassychallange is open. Who’s next? pic.twitter.com/uthQq9Ez3V


“The colours and flavours of India! Germans can surely dance and dance well!” PM Modi tweeted as he re-shared a video tweeted by German Ambassador to India Dr Philipp Ackermann.

Business tycoon Anand Mahindra also re-shared the video along with a praiseful caption. “The German Ambassador & embassy staff & their rendition of #NaatuNaatu in Chandni Chowk. Following the Korean Embassy’s lead. I love the way this is turning into a diplomatic Olympics of one-upmanship! Ok, which nation’s embassy is next up?” he tweeted.

The video opens to show some amazing shots of daily life in Old Delhi. The clip shows several things from food being prepared to people enjoying the tasty street foods. As the video progresses, Dr Philipp Ackerman enters the scene and receives a baton with the words “Naatu Naatu” and the flag of South Korea printed on it. Recently, the South Korean Embassy staff took social media by storm with their performance to the hit track – so much so, they too received words of praise from PM Narendra Modi.


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