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Indian Woman Goes Viral For Grooving To Ra Ra Reddy With Korean Mother-In-Law

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Posting the video, she captioned it with a heartfelt note. She wrote, “No matter how dark this world gets, we will conquer it with love. Love always wins.” She further added, “this song, this dance, this moment with my mother, everything keeps me going! My love to you! I hope you also keep going! We are here for one another!”

Since its release, the reel has garnered 72,156 likes and countless reactions from netizens. An Instagram user commented under the video, “Looks like you two really enjoying the dance so much. I loved it. Lots of love to mom and u” while another wrote, “Too good👍❤️😍”

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