Anand Mahindra is always sharing some funny or inspiring videos on the social media. The businessman has recently shared a video of two tigers and it is going viral on internet.
Sharing the video, Anand Mahindra wrote that the vehicle manufactured by his company may not be the only big cat in town.
On his Twitter handle, the Mahindra Group chairman posted a video from an unknown source, in which two adult tigers are seen strolling along a highway at night.
In the tweet, Mr Mahindra wrote, “So our XUV isn’t the only big cat on the highway… Magnificent.”
Watch the video here:
So our XUV isn’t the only big cat on the highway… Magnificent. pic.twitter.com/9A2ayRPXjL
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) August 22, 2021
The tweet has gone viral and garnered 1,90,200 views in less than 24 hours. It has already been viewed by more than 259.6k people till now.
The video shows two tigers prowling on a road while the traffic remains at a halt. The two magnificent animals came out from the forest and takes a walk by the side of the road.
The video shows the clip was shot earlier this month at Mahabaleshwar Road, Panchgani. However, the social media users have claimed that the video is much older and was shot near Tadoba Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra.
Some other users also claimed that the footage could have been shot in Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
One user wrote, “This is not from Panchgani Mahabaleshwar road. As per their language, it’s from Tadoba or Pench side region Vidarbha.”
This is not from Panchgani Mahabaleshwar road
As per there language it’s from tadoba or Pench side region vidharbha
— Shubham (@shubhamzarkar) August 22, 2021
While another user commented that this clip is an old one and is from the buffer zone of Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra.
Meanwhile, one users also praised Mr Mahindra for his novel way of promoting his brand and commented “Great how you are putting your SUV into every single story,” the user wrote.
Great how you are putting your SUV into every single story
— Grittygirl88 (@grittygirl88) August 22, 2021
Some users even felt bad for the tigers who were being denied their natural habitat.