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A viral video from Teachers' Day celebrations in India shows a comical mishap where a student's enthusiastic participation leads to a teacher beating him.

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Viral Video: In honor of educators nationwide, India is observing Teachers’ Day on September 5th. The internet has been filled with messages and posts appreciating teachers and their contributions. Amidst the expressions of respect, social media also featured amusing videos highlighting the special relationship between students and teachers. One such video, which circulated online, sparked laughter among netizens. The video showed a comical mishap during a Teachers’ Day celebration, where a student’s enthusiastic participation led to an unexpected fallout with the teacher.

Teacher beats up the student

The video commenced with an ongoing classroom celebration, featuring festive decorations with balloons and ribbons. The teacher was seated at his desk. However, things took an unexpected turn when students began spraying something in front of the teacher. One student, in particular, went too close to the teacher’s table, irritating the teacher. In response, the teacher grabbed the student by his collar and started scolding him physically.

The video was posted on the social media platform X (formerly Twitter) by handle called ‘Ghar Ke Kalesh.’ The caption accompanying the post humorously read, “Happy Teacher’s Day kinda kalesh.” The video was shared just a few hours ago and has already amassed 39.5K views from amused netizens.

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India marks Teachers’ Day annually on September 5th to honor educators and pay tribute to the country’s first Vice President, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Dr. Radhakrishnan, a renowned philosopher and scholar who received the Bharat Ratna, was born on September 5, 1888 and had immense contribution in India’s academic rise.

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