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77 year old Japanese sang Tamil song like this, public said – he turned out to be a rockstar; watch video

Kuboki San, senior executive of Mitsubishi, singing a Tamil song at the GLOBIZZ’24 event at Pondicherry UniversityImage Credit source:

A video of a 77-year-old Japanese man is winning everyone’s hearts on the internet. In this, Kuboki San, senior executive of Mistubishi, is shown singing and dancing to a Tamil song from South superstar Rajinikanth’s 1995 film ‘Muthu’. Kuboki recently attended the GLOBIZZ’24 event organized by Pondicherry University, where he surprised everyone with his hidden talent.

This video has been shared by Indian Railway Officer Anant Rupnagudi on X. He has written, at the age of 77, Kuboki San of Mistubishi Corporation Japan Limited mesmerized the MBA students by singing the Tamil song from Rajinikanth starrer ‘Muthu’. Railway officer said that Kuboki has sung this song during the GLOBIZZ’24 event of Pondicherry University.

This video of a Japanese executive has created a stir on social media. This 2 minute 20 second video has received more than three and a half lakh views so far, while many users have commented. People are singing ballads in praise of Kuboki.

Watch the video here, when Japanese won hearts by singing Tamil song

One user has written, music has no language, no barrier. It simply enters through your ears and touches your soul. At the same time, another user has commented, this is the first time that a Japanese can sing a Tamil song so beautifully. Another user says, we need to learn a lot from the Japanese. They know very well how to win people’s hearts.

Let us tell you that Rajinikanth’s ‘Muthu’ became the highest-grossing Indian film in Japanese history in 1995 with an earning of 400 million Japanese Yen (ie approximately 23.5 crores). However, in 2022, Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer film ‘RRR’ broke this 24-year-old record by making huge profits at the Japanese box office.

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