An unfulfilled dream, a pool party, and a royal rebuke a�� videos trending last week.
My dada��s wish
Among the many Fathera��s Day-themed short films and commercials still doing the rounds, Google Indiaa��s The Heroa��A Bollywood Story has more than 1 lakh views on YouTube. It is about a son who decides to fulfill his fathera��s secret Bollywood dream. Turns out the latter wanted to be an actor, but his father called him back home in Shimla, and he spent the next 40 years working as a manager at a local cinema hall. Hence, he vowed never to step in Mumbai. Now his son hatches an elaborate plan to get him to the City of Dreams. The six-minute film will leave you teary-eyed, reminding you how fathers put their familya��s dreams before theirs. Ita��s never too late to take a cue and step up.
Pool parties are fun, but not for five-year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever, Beya. A video showing her looking absolutely disinterested in a pool party, surrounded by a happy lot of canine pals, and toys, made it to Facebook last week, and has earned her the nickname a�� a�?Non-Swimming Doga��. It was uploaded by Happy Tails Resort in Virginia, which threw a party for their in-house pups. According to the owner of this doggy day care, Beya knows how to swim, but she a�?does it (stand motionless looking into the camera) every single time she gets in the poola�?. She is, we guess, socially awkward, and has the sympathies ofA� 15 million netizens worldwide.
Queena��s the boss
When the British Royal family came together for Trooping the Colour Parade a�� a yearly tradition in honour of the Queena��s birthday, the public got a rare glimpse into their family dynamics. A five-second clip, shared over 5 lakh times, shows the Queen nudging a comfortably seated Prince William and ordering him to stand up and watch the parade from the Buckingham Palace balcony. A little surprised at first, he then promptly follows his grandmothera��s orders.
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