New Delhi: The song “Kacha Badam” became an immediate hit once it was shared on social media. And it elevated Bhuban Badyakar, a West Bengal peanut vendor, to celebrity status. Then, on the internet, a catchy tune used by a guava seller to promote the fruits went viral.
The internet is now enthralled with the style and jingle of a lemon soda vendor. “Baaki nimbu baad vich paunga (I’ll use the remainder of the lemons later)” is his jingle, which has gone viral on social media.
The people gathered around the man are seen enjoying his unique way to sell the lemonade.
The lemonade vendor also explains the health benefits of having the drink in summers while promoting it. It was shared on Instagram by 13_gouravsagar05 and has been seen 9.21 lakh times and is fast growing in popularity.
Various individuals have posted the video on various social media networks.
Users have flooded the comment section. “Wow I love your confidence sir,” said an Instagram user.
“This is the son of ‘Kacha Badam’ singer,” added another.
A few months previously, several people had posted a video of the same man. Following Badyakar’s song, other similar jingles have emerged in subsequent weeks, reviving the trend.
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After one of his customers took a video of him selling peanuts and published it on social media, the song “Kacha Badam” became a viral success.
People began to wonder if the artist was compensated for the views of his song when it went viral throughout the world. Mr Badyakar is said to have earned a payment of Rs. 3 lakh from the music label that originally remixed his original song.