The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is immensely popular in India. Many wrestling stars have a massive fan following in the country. The WWE has realised this and in the last couple of years, there has been a massive reach in the country and there are plenty of Indian talents who are making a mark in the company in the United States. Stars like the Great Khali, Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers are giving fans in the US a taste of India. Recently, in a video uploaded by WWE Indiaâ€™s Twitter handle, social media saw the power of Bollywood with the Chief Brand Officer of the company grooving to the tune of a popular song from a film.
In the two-minute video, the Singh Brothers, who accompany Jinder Mahal in his matches are seen talking about the power of Bollywood. After a moment, Stephanie McMahon, who has been a former WWE womenâ€™s champion and is currently the Chief Brand Officer of the company, asks the Singh Brothers what they are talking about. They explain about Bollywood which is the Indian film industry. McMahon says Bollywood is really exciting as there is plenty of colour and fun in Bollywood movies. The Singh Brothers then give McMahon a chunni and they dance to the song â€˜Humko Tumse Pyaar Hainâ€™ from the Bollywood film Ishq starring Aamir Khan, Ajay Devgn, Juhi Chawla and Kajol which released in 1997.
McMahon danced well and the video has gone viral on social media, with many people praising McMahonâ€™s dance moves.
The Singh Brothers are a Canadian professional wrestling tag team composed of brothers Gurvinder Sihra and Harvinder Sihra . They are currently signed to Raw brand in WWE. Gurvinder works under the ring name Sunil Singh, and Harvinder works under the ring name Samir Singh. The team was previously known as The Bollywood Boyz when they entered TNA-sponsored Ring ka King Competition.
McMahon was a former WWE womenâ€™s champion and she is the daughter of Vince McMahon, the chairman of the World Wrestling Entertainment. Her husband is Paul Levesque, who is better known as Triple H and is a 15-time world champion and is the current CEO of the WWE. However, Stephanie McMahonâ€™s grooving to a Bollywood number has only reaffirmed and increased the popularity of the WWE in India.