Watch: IIT Roorkee students have a 'less lonely' version of Ed Sheeran's Shape of You
A few students at IIT Roorkee did a brilliant job of re-imaging Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You' as a Valentine's Day dance song.
Valentine's Day at IIT Roorkee saw a group of students from the Choreography and Dance section of the prestigious school put together a re-imagining of Ed Sheeran's new song 'Shape of You' that immediately went viral online.
Students Meet Saparia, Satyabrat Panda, Sambhav Jain and Devarsh Tiwari collaborated with Cinesec, a group of video enthusiasts on campus, to create the 'less lonely Valentine's day' version of the hit song, reports The Quint. The video has been directed by and choreographed by Meet Saparia. The video has since then gathered more than 50,000 views on Youtube.
The video was shot on the IIT-Roorkee campus itself, and in a few surrounding cafes. Meet Saparia told India Today the students were overwhelmed by the amount of messages they received on social media after posting the video. "We still feel all this is a dream," said Saparia.
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