Viral story of day: Bride’s dance to Manike Mage Hithe takes Instagram by storm; Watch the gorgeous dance
This dance video that is going viral on Instagram captures a bride’s fiery dance performance to the popular song Manike Mage Hithe.
Dance videos are quite popular on Instagram thanks to their uplifting quotient. From a woman dancing to Choli Ke Peeche to a group’s captivating performance to the song To Build a Home, these videos keep us hooked to our screens for quite some time.
Every now and then, Instagram treats us to a dance video that leaves us in awe. Among these captivating clips, one, in particular, has taken the platform by storm. It features a mesmerising performance by a bride.
The viral post:
Numerous people have created their own renditions of this song, and many have showcased their unique choreographies to it.
Set to the infectious beats of Manike Mage Hithe, her performance is a sight to behold.
"Ashmita made a beautiful bride,” wrote Sunaina Khera while sharing a video on Instagram. The video shows Ashmita Padia, in a vibrant-coloured lehenga, gracefully dancing to the beats of Manike Mage Hithe. With effortless grace and flawless moves, she captivates the audience, who can’t help but watch in amazement.
Have a look on the fabulous dance.
About the reach of the post and reactions from the viewers:
The video was shared on February 19. It has since gone viral with over one million views, and the numbers are still increasing. The share has also prompted people to leave their thoughts in the comments section.
An individual wrote, “Beautiful dance, Ma’am.” “So beautiful,” posted another. A third shared, “Bride got moves.” Many in the comments also posted love-struck and heart emoticons.
About the song:
Manike Mage Hithe is a Sinhala romantic track sung by a man to a woman that expresses his admiration of her. The original was performed in 2020 by Satheeshan Rathnayaka, who also features in Yohani's cover version that was released in May 2021 and went viral in three months. It was dubbed into a number of languages, viewed across South Asia, and reached high positions on a number of charts worldwide.
This Hindi version of the song was released for the Hindi movie "Thank God", which slowly gained momentum on social media.