In the year 2020, the most trending thing on the Internet is the corona virus. But, apart from this, there were some things which became very viral on the Internet in the year 2020. From angry children on Nai to Baba Ka Dhaba. Even ‘Binod’, which had no head nor foot, ran a unique trend on the internet. Everyone was free at the time of lockdown, so ran their empty minds somewhere. Let’s see what things became more viral on the Internet in the year 2020?
How can we forget that angry child who became the most viral on the internet, who was shouting at the hairdresser who cut her hair. The child was crying a little and was also showing a little anger and used to say to the barber again and again ‘Hey father, what are you doing?’. The gesture of that child’s innocence made people laugh and share videos. Even artists like Richa Chadha and Divya Dutta could not stop themselves from sharing this video.
When all the businesses were closed at the time of lockdown in the country, a video internet went viral. In the video, owner of ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ Kanta Prasad and his wife narrating their problems said that, due to the lockdown, there is no food on their dhaba anymore.
This video of Baba was shared by many artists like Swara Bhaskar, Sonam Kapoor, Randeep Hooda on his social media account, then Kanta’s talk reached far and the line started to be installed at Baba’s Dhaba. Even actor Aparshakti Khurana had reached to eat food at Baba’s dhaba.
Just like Baba’s Dhaba, the story of Joshi Chacha also went viral on the Internet. A photo was shared on Twitter in which Joshi uncle of 87 years was seen selling hand bags made at home. It was told on social media that Joshi Chacha makes these bags himself. However, his business was shut down due to the lockdown. Then to help Joshi uncle, artists like Rakul Preet Singh, Kanika Dhillon pleaded with people to buy and help Joshi uncle from the bags.
Asma Sheikh, a 17-year-old girl preparing for SSC, also made headlines on the Internet. Asma secured 40 per cent marks in SSC examination and also got admission in KC College in Mumbai. The special thing was that Asma lived on the pavement with her family and she used to help her father sell lemonade. Asma also prepared for the tenth exam in the street light area. When this story went viral on the Internet, many politicians came forward to help Asma.
Kanta Maruti Kalan
Kanta is a flower-selling woman who stood for seven consecutive hours on Tulsi Pipe Road in Matunga, Mumbai, due to waterlogging caused by heavy rains. Actually, the manhole was not visible on the road due to rain and it was likely to cause an accident. Therefore, Kanta stood on the manhole to avoid any accidents. This work of Kanta caught the attention of people and the scene went viral on the internet.
In the month of July, a video went viral on social media, in which an 85-year-old woman was seen juggling with sticks on the middle road. This woman was named ‘Warrior Aaji’.
The woman’s son became unemployed due to the lockdown and the responsibility of running the house fell on the woman. When this story went viral on the Internet, Warrior Aaji was helped by many people.
Go corona go
In the Corona era also some funny things went viral which made people happy. On 22 March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked to play a plate for the Corona warriors, then on that day a woman appeared to be playing Go Corona Go while playing a plate with a spoon.
The scene was recorded by the woman’s mother-in-law and shared in the family WhatsApp group. But, this video was so funny that after leaving the group, this video went viral all over the internet.
People may have mentioned Binod commenting on different posts on the Internet. But, no one really knows who Binod is and what he is? However, this binod attracted a lot of attention on the Internet.
Corona virus stopped every activity in the country, in such a manner, people juggled in various ways and were doing their work. In the lockdown, children were studying online from their homes. A chemistry teacher from Pune city shared a video of the study on the Internet.
The video shows that the teacher did not have a tripod to hold the phone, so she jugged and made ropes and hung her phone with a chair. This strange jugaad caught the attention of the people and this jugaad became fiercely viral on the internet.
Justice for Kaku
Another video went viral on the Internet in the year 2020. In this video a woman is arguing with her boss that she did not get 1800 rupees for work. Whereas, the owner is saying that he paid the entire money. The funny part of the video was that the woman was saying that she got Rs 1500 first and later Rs 300, but did not get the full 1800.
In front, the owner is also saying that he has given 3 notes of 500, one note of two hundred and one hundred of note to the woman. All these together constitute 1800. People enjoyed this debate on the Internet a lot. The debate was trended on the Internet in the name of “JusticeForkaku”.