Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

'Reels mania' has hit the young generation badly. The craze of recording reels in public places and inside public transport fascinates youths but causes inconvenience to others. Recently, a surge in instances of recording reels inside train coaches has been witnessed following which the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) released an order prohibiting such activities.

Travelling alone on public transport like trains or metros can be dull. While some opt to listen to music, others prefer to kill time by reading a book. However, there are some passengers who love to draw the attention of other co-passengers by dancing and singing to make reels for sharing on social media accounts.

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Dance reels in Metros are quite frequent these days and the videos go viral on social media in no time. Here we bring one such video that shows a girl dancing while travelling in the Metro and another recording her friend’s performance.

The video shared on Twitter by Major DP Singh shows the girl in an orange crop top dancing inside a Delhi metro coach.  Apart from her friend, several others also are seen recording the girl on their mobile. 

Well, though the video has divided the netizens, several went on to vent out their anger.

Below are some of the comments.

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For the unversed, DMRC issued a public service message, which read, "Travel, don't cause trouble," along with a graphic that said, "Be a passenger in Delhi Metro, not a nuisance." 

Further, DMRC wrote filming reels/dance videos or any other such activities that may cause inconvenience to the passengers is strictly prohibited inside the Delhi Metro and passengers can be fined if caught while making reels inside the metro.