Tokyo Olympics: Israeli swimmers Eden Blecher and Shelly Bobritsky performs on Madhuri Dixit’s ‘Aaja Nachle’ song
The internet has been surfaced with the performance of Israeli duo swimmers on the song ‘Aaja Nachle’
As Tokyo Olympics has taken place and all sports are making their headlines on the news. In the recent happening of the events, Israeli swimmers performance is proof of the fact that many foreigners follow Bollywood crazily.
On August 03, Eden Blecher and Shelly Bobritsky of Team Israel competed in the Artistic Swimming Duet Free Routine Preliminary, where they performed a part of their routine to actor Madhuri Dixit Nene’s hit song “Aaja Nachle” from the movie of the same name. A video of their performance has been doing the rounds on the internet.
Indian fans are praising the Israeli duo’s performance for adding an element of Bollywood in the Olympics. A social media user tweeted, “Thank you so much Team Israel for this!!! You have no idea how excited I was to hear and see this!! AAJA NACHLE.” Another Twitter handle wrote, “Entry of Bollywood in #TokyoOlympics and as usual, there’s some different level of energy in our Indian songs,”
— Collin DCunha (@collinDcunha) August 3, 2021
Israel’s swimming duo, Eden Blecher and Shelly Bobritsky, performed to Madhuri Dixit’s song Aaja Nachle at Tokyo Olympics. @MadhuriDixit @Tokyo2020 #swimming #olympics 👏🏻😁 @Israel pic.twitter.com/2RackiSE8H
— TARUKA (@TarukaSrivastav) August 4, 2021
The artistic swimming event in the Olympics consisted of a free routine and it lasts up to 3-4 minutes. A technical routine involves five designated movements and they lasted a maximum of 2.50 minutes. As per the official Olympics website, the participants are scored on the basis of synchronisation, difficulty, technique and choreography. Israel’s duo of Eden Blecher and Shelly Bobritsky were fighting it out to seek qualification for the final of the women’s duet technical routine event at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. However, they were not able to qualify for the summit clash.