A recent Instagram post has sparked a debate over the appropriateness of filming dance videos in public spaces, particularly on public transport.
The video in question features a woman dancing to a song on a crowded train, drawing mixed reactions from fellow passengers and online viewers. While some passengers took out their phones to record the performance, others appeared indifferent or disapproving.
The dancer, identified as Instagram user Saheli Rudra, shared the clip with a caption that translates to "I have made it too," possibly referencing a trend of recording dance reels in public places.
The video has since gone viral, amassing nearly ten million views and sparking a conversation about the boundaries of public behavior and social media trends.
Reactions to the video ranged from amusement to criticism, with several Instagram users calling for a ban on making reels in local trains and stations.
Comments such as "Just because you can doesn't mean you should" and "Stop the trend" reflect a growing sentiment that such activities are becoming a nuisance. Others expressed outright discomfort, labeling the trend as "cringe" and suggesting that it should be prohibited.
Another person wrote: "The uncle behind is traumatized for life"
Do you think it's acceptable to do this in public places like a train? Watch the video below and judge for yourself.