Little Pakistani boy’s joyful dance moves in the mountains is warming hearts online.
With rosy red cheeks and catching smile, Muhammad Raza provided the much-needed joy and motivation on International dance day.
The international dance day is celebrated on April 30 every year to value the oldest form of art. That comforts people and helps them to express, resonate, and communicate their feelings through dance.
When the world is battling with the deadly coronavirus Muhammad gives motivation to many that this shall pass too.
As many of us continue to stay at home during the #COVID19 pandemic, Muhammad reminds us to keep moving and stay hopeful.
— Henrietta H. Fore (@unicefchief) May 4, 2020
Later @UNICEF shared the happy dancing boy’s video and captioned it as “Dancing is never canceled”
Dancing is never canceled 🌟
— UNICEF (@UNICEF) April 29, 2020
The Pakistani boy’s joyful dance video went viral on social media and has garnered 1.5 million views on Twitter as well as thousands of retweets.
On the Unicef Facebook page, the viral video earned more than one million likes, and more than 50k people commented on the post.
Tedros Adhanom is also a fan of a dancing boy
The little boy’s dance clip also impressed the World Health Organization (WHO)’s director-general Tedros Adhanom who retweeted UNICEF’s tweet with the caption “Bless you!”
Bless You! https://t.co/16J1TlRLMW
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) April 29, 2020
Muhammad Raza belongs to the beautiful mountainous valley of Gilgit-Baltistan in Passu. The background song meaning is “we are all flowers of this land”
Muhammad’s aunt Shaneela Raza shared the video with Unicef Pakistan and then the video went viral.
Social media users from around the world have become fans of this Pakistani boy’s joyful dance moves. This kind of joyousness is the need of the hour during the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Children are the asset of tomorrow and Muhammad’s smiling face and jovial mood remind us to enjoy the beauty of life.