"The friend who posted this wasn't sure where this rather resourceful one-man-band was from. He suspects somewhere in the NorthEast," he tweeted some seven hours before writing this. The video shows the talented man playing three instruments at once. He is seen playing a guitar while playing a mouth organ and using his feet to play the drum set strapped on his back. Later, he even sings during his special performance.
An impressed Mr Mahindra has asked Twitter to help him find this gentleman. "Anyone know him? I'd like to give him an award for innovation or musical talent-haven't quite decided which one yet!" he tweeted.
Watch the musical genius in action below.
#whatsappwonderbox The friend who posted this wasn't sure where this rather resourceful one-man-band was from. He suspects somewhere in the NorthEast. Anyone know him? I'd like to give him an award for innovation or musical talent-haven't quite decided which one yet! pic.twitter.com/MHA3DqXQZf- anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 12, 2018
Since being posted the video has collected over 5,300 'likes' and more than 1,900 retweets.
"More than skill he is displaying enormous right brain-left brain balance. Its difficult to do rhythm, percussion and melody at the same time. Unusual thinking skills," comments one Twitter user. "You have spotted a right talent," says another.
"Reminds me of Vinod Khanna from the climax scene of Amar Akbar Anthony... He was carrying something similar. What an innovative guy this," comments a Twitter user.
Actor, director and producer Farhan Akhtar had also shared the same video a few days ago with the hashtag #makehimfamous.
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