Govinda 'dancing to' Luis Fonsi, Justin Bieber's Despacito just made the song way more fun

Govinda 'dancing to' Luis Fonsi, Justin Bieber's Despacito just made the song way more fun

Justin Bieber maybe in the news for forgetting the lyrics to Despacito but it is really Govinda and this brilliant mashup that deserves your attention

Govinda can dance to anything. No seriously. Just take a clip of Govinda dancing, mute it, and then play any song. The beats and steps are going to match perfectly. Don’t believe us? We’ve got proof! Facebook page called Socially Awkward came up with the brilliant idea to mash up Govinda’s swagger with Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber’s collaboration, Despacito. And the result is beyond amazing.

It has been a while since we’ve seen the legendary Govinda and his moooves and this video makes a very strong case for his comeback. There can never really be another Govinda, right? Just throw in Johnny Lever into the mix and you’ve got 59 seconds of pure joy. Come to think of it, Govinda, Bieber and Johnny Lever make a lethal combination. He should’ve gotten these two for the concert. It would’ve been waayyy more interesting.

P.S   Johnny Lever steals the show in the end.

The video will leave you with so many questions. Why is Govinda wearing a Black-hawks jersey? Why does the beat match so perfectly to his thumkas? Why is he wearing shades that were meant for a 5-year-old?
We’ll never find out. But what we can do is enjoy the video. No questions asked.

Here goes:

What do you think about this mashup? Tell us in the comments!

P.S We still don’t know the lyrics to Despacito.

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