Video: Modi mimicry by Rajasthan farmer’s son Shyam Rangeela goes viral
Impressive mimicry of Modi’s speeches is changing the life of Rajasthan farmer’s son Shyam Rangeela.
His most recent video, Modi’s response to Sonam Bewafa joke has gone viral drawing blanket coverage from Hindi media and non-stop applause on social media.
The 22-year-old Shyam Sunder - his real name - told The Times of India that he shot the video in torchlight on a friend’s phone as his own had broken down. It took him two days to get the phone repaired. When he got the phone back he realised that the video had gone viral.
The son of a farmer son from Mokhamwala village in Rajasthan always wanted to be an artist and would perform at village events. He shifted to Jaipur and found his calling in mimicry.
Though he can mimic Bollywood actors and other politicians, it was Modi’s mimicry that put him in demand. He shifted to Mumbai hoping to get a break on TV. Modi’s Sonam Bewafa act has put him in limelight and in demand.
Video: Modi mimicry makes Rajasthan farmer’s son Shyam Rangeela famous