92.7 BIG FM, radio initiative of Reliance Broadcast Network Limited, in association with Shipra Mall and Art of living spread the patriotism on the 63rd Republic Day with the BIGgest flash mob in India at Shipra Mall in Ghaziabad on Thursday, 26th January.
Around 700-1000 youth of Art of Living danced in the tunes of 92.7 BIG FM jingle and patriotic songs such asÂ Vande Mataram â€“ Maa Tujhe SalaamÂ (A.R.Rahman),Â Kandhon se milte hain kandheinÂ (Lakshya) andÂ Mohe tuu rang de basantiÂ (Rang De Basanti) making it the biggest ever flash mob in India.
The 15 minutes act by the flash mob took the people at the mall by Surprise Completely and in no time the entire mall was flooded with people and it was a jam packed show.
The enthusiasm of the flash mob and tune of 92.7 BIG FM, sung by Shaan, was so infectious that the standing crowd also joined the group and danced on their own moves, making themselves a part of the historical flash mob in India.
Women, children, senior citizens and all family members standing nearby danced together to make the flash mob look as BIG and huge as possible on the occasion of a proud moment for the country.
One of the participants of the flash mob said: â€œAfter watching flash mobs in Mumbai, Dubai and Auckland, itâ€™s been my dream to be a part of a flash mob. But I didnâ€™t expect that I would be a part of Indiaâ€™s largest flash mob.â€
Another participant said: â€œThis was my best Republic Day in my life. It was great experience and first time I danced on patriotic songs with hundreds of people. I would never forget this moment.Â Jai Hindâ€.
About Flash Mob:Â A flash mob (or flashmob) is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform dance or an unusual act for a brief time, then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression. Flash mobs are organised via telecommunications, social media or emails.
The Largest Flash Mob in the World:Â Worldwide Pillow Fight Day (or International Pillow Fight Day) was a pillow fight flash mob that took place on March 22, 2008. Over 25 cities around the globe participated in the first â€˜international flash mobâ€™, which was the world’s largest flash mob to date.
According toÂ The Wall Street Journal, more than 5,000 participated in New York City, overtaking London’s 2006 Silent Disco gathering as the largest recorded flash mob. Participating cities included Atlanta, Beirut, Boston, Budapest, Chicago, Copenhagen, Dublin, Houston, Huntsville, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, New York City, Paris, Shanghai, Stockholm, Sydney, PÃ©cs, SzÃ©kesfehÃ©rvÃ¡r, Szombathely (all three in Hungary), Vancouver, Washington D.C., and Zurich.