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Gauahar Khan takes on BTS’ Permission to Dance problem, video goes viral

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Gauahar takes on BTS’ Permission to Dance problem

Okay-pop band BTS’  ‘Permission to Dance Problem’ has been going viral on the web recently. Actress Gauhar Khan is the newest Indian celeb to tackle the problem. She shared a video on Instagram wherein she may be seen flaunting some killer strikes to the beats of the group’s newest track. Wearing a checked shirt and a pair of high-waist denims, leaving her hair unfastened, the actress performs the hook step of the track.

Gauahar Khan wrote, “#weDontneedPermissionToDance. Agree????? Let your soul dance ! @preeti_simoes seeee love the highest ! Thanks! @mdalimirajkar thank u for the stunning sneakers.”

TS launched its ‘Permission to Dance Problem’ on Friday on YouTube. Throughout a video dialog with Chris Martin, BTS thanked the contributors of the problem. The Permission to Dance Problem is a compilation of movies submitted by BTS followers dancing on their songs. “We wish to thank everybody who took half in our Permission to Dance Problem. Each one of many movies you uploaded had been actually so valuable. That is our reward from BTS to all of you for letting your inventive aspect shine vivid, so please take pleasure in!”

The BTS band took to Twitter and introduced, “it is time! @bts_bighit is on #RELEASED on YT proper now tune in earlier than the premiere of the #PermissiontoDance problem #YouTubeShorts video.”

BTS often known as the Bangtan Boys, is a seven-member South Korean boy band that was fashioned in 2010 and debuted in 2013 underneath Huge Hit Leisure. The septet – composed of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook co-writes and co-produces a lot of their very own output. Initially a hip-hop group, their musical type has developed to incorporate a variety of genres.


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