This YouTuber Dances To Bollywood Songs, Leaves New Yorkers Amused

This time Q Park decided to copy dance moves of popular Bollywood songs, including Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Choli Ke Peeche, Dhoom Machale, Chammak Challo and Badri Ki Dulhaniya.

New York-based Korean-American YouTuber Q Park is known to pull funny stunts in public. From yodeling in Walmart to singing on roads, he is known for his eccentric performances in public. This time he decided to copy dance moves of popular Bollywood songs, including Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Choli Ke Peeche, Dhoom Machale, Chammak Challo and Badri Ki Dulhaniya.

While he was dancing on these popular numbers, the crowd of New York City looked confused. He randomly started dancing to these songs and pedestrians and bystanders looked quite curious and baffled.

Well, people watching him are shocked and their reaction is quite realistic as they couldn’t hear the music, which only played over Q Park’s headphones. This is not his first video. Q Park’s YouTube channel has more than 200 videos.

This Yale graduate was once the vice president of an investment bank and the owner of four restaurants. He, however, left the job to become a YouTuber. Now he makes a living as a Viner and has 3.1 million followers on YouTube.

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