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WATCH | Soulful Voice Of Two Garbage Collectors From Delhi Is All We Need On Weekend

A video clip of two young boys identified as Hafiz and Habibur singing Bollywood songs on the streets of the national capital, has garnered massive appriciation from the netizens including that of Anand Mahindra. ALSO WATCH | Mumbai Man’s ‘Flying Dosa’ Technique Leaves Netizens In Awe

Impressed with their melodious renditions of Hindi songs, the Mahindra Group Chairman shared the short clip on the social media wherein Hafiz and Habibur sang Ae Jaan-E-Chaman from the 1969 film Anmol Moti and the popular 2010 track Sajdaa from Shah Rukh Khan’s My Name Is Khan.

Sharing the clip of the young garbage collectors, Mahindra in a Twitter post said “Incredible India. My friend Rohit Khattar shared these posts which he received on social media. Two brothers, Hafiz & Habibur, are hard-working garbage collectors in New Friends Colony in Delhi. Clearly, there are no limits to where talent can spring from.”

“Their talent is raw, but obvious. Rohit & I would like to support their further training in music. Could anyone in Delhi share any information regarding a possible music teacher/voice coach who could tutor them in the evenings, since they work all day?” Mahindra added.

Since been shared, the video is being circulated continuously on the social media. The short clip has already been viewed more than 38,000 times and counting.

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