Outrage As Viral Video Shows Female Teacher Dancing To ‘Kajra Re’ In Classroom With Students Watching


A video circulating on social media has stirred controversy after capturing a teacher dancing to an item song inside a classroom, accompanied by enthusiastic cheers from students. 

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Dance on occasion of female teacher’s ‘birthday’

The viral footage features the teacher, adorned in a pink saree, performing to Aishwarya Rai’s iconic ‘Kajra Re’ from the Bollywood movie “Bunty Aur Babli” (2005).

In the video, it is evident that the occasion was the teacher’s birthday, as indicated by the decorated blackboard displaying ‘Happy Birthday Rashmi Ma’am.’ The students can be seen actively participating, with one even handing the teacher a dupatta to enhance her dance routine.

Internet divided over female teacher’s viral dance video

Despite the apparent celebratory atmosphere, the internet has been sharply divided over the appropriateness of such a display within an educational setting. One social media user, identified as X, expressed disbelief, stating, “Never imagined we’d see a day where teachers are dancing literally on an item song inside a classroom.”

Reflecting on broader societal implications, another commentator lamented, “There was a time when teachers in the school were the moral compass and role models… if they’ve become chapris and honda shernis, it is natural that students will follow suit. All nonsense is being normalised.”

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Further adding to the discourse, a different user highlighted a concerning trend, stating, “Teachers are dating students they teach shamelessly, so this isn’t a deal anymore. In fact, I met a woman who was 28 and was a teacher on tinder, who said she had hooked up with a student who was 20. Install tinder, talk to girls there and you will see how the world is changing around you.”

The incident has sparked conversations about evolving societal norms and the perceived blurring of boundaries between educators and students, prompting varied reactions across online platforms.

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