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Potholes are a regular site in Bangalore just like any other traffic scene. Tunganagar Main Road in Bangalore has the excess number of potholes, making it difficult for the commuters to transport from one area to another.

Recently the residents of Tunganagar were left awestruck when a man, who is an artist dressed up in the attire of an astronaut dances to “moonwalk’s” in the street, a video of which has gone viral on social media. The potholes that you see in the video are similar to the surface of the moon’s surface.

The artist with its unique style has been able to successfully highlight the plight of people of Bengaluru. Baadal Nanjundaswamy the man who created this video has uploaded it across social media platforms in order to get hold of people’s attention is this major issue prevailing.

There are people who took to twitter in support of this video which went viral.

ISRO can train their astronauts in these roads so that we have a successful Moon mission in 2022,” a Twitter user commented

Somebody twitted,-“Nice initiative to make the government work.

Chandrayaan has mistakenly landed in Bengaluru by mistaking it for Moon as the craters resemble those on Moon,” says another

Moreover, the video acquired 17,000 views, 11,700 shares and more than 6,500 reactions on Facebook. 900 Users have also re-twitted the video.

The artist has taken this initiative especially to draw the attention of the government. It is a direct message to the civic authorities of Bengaluru. He has been continuously trying to grab the attention of the authorities through the medium of art.

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