Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya on Wednesday posted via web-based media a video of themselves singing a tune from the film ‘Sholay’.
The clasp was shot during a ‘bhutta party’ facilitated by Vijayvargiya at the State Assembly premises.
In the visuals from the occasion that have been making adjusts via web-based media, the two BJP veterans can be seen singing ‘Yeh dosti murmur nahi todenge’ – the exemplary tune of companionship from the film ‘Sholay’.
The pair were seen holding mouthpieces while encompassed by a gathering of individuals, including state Health Minister Vishvas Kailash Sarang.
Apparently enthused, the two chiefs sang each in turn prior to joining voices.
There was a moment that Vijayvargiya held Chouhan’s hand and lifted it open to question.
In the clasp, the pair finished a tune by folding their arms over each other. They were being rooted for by the group encompassing them.
The MP CM posted a clasp of their presentation to Twitter, labeling geniuses Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra, who had played Jai and Veeru separately, in the 1975 film.
ये दोस्ती हम नहीं तोड़ेंगे…@SrBachchan @aapkadharam pic.twitter.com/coBPaN1hP1
— Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) August 11, 2021
The clasp was shared by Vijayvargiya as well. The senior BJP pioneer reviewed the occasions when he and Chouhan would sing the tune together as individuals from the Yuva Morcha, and how the two part harmony revived recollections identifying with that time.
युवा मोर्चा में काम करते समय अक्सर यह गाना गाया करते थे आज भोपाल में आयोजित 'भुट्टा-पार्टी' में यह गीत फिर से गाते ही पुरानी स्मृतियाँ ताजा हो उठीं।@ChouhanShivraj pic.twitter.com/9exTwt8eEK
— Kailash Vijayvargiya (@KailashOnline) August 11, 2021
There were priests, administrators of the decision party and Opposition, and writers going to the ‘Bhutta party’.