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Anupam Kher shares a proud moment for Indians

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Anupam Kher who is all making all the right noise took to his social media in which we see a very proud moment for all Indians.

The actor has proved his charm to his audience with his impeccable acting skills. He is also a man with a blend of tradition and modern-day too. 

Also Read: Anupam Kher proves "Age is just a number"

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The American Army band playing the Indian National Anthem "Jana Gana Mana" is all that you need to see now. It is enough for every Indian to give the goosebumps.

The fact that America has been a great ally for India for a very long time. The playing of the National Anthem is enough to give the required respect for every Indian.

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His post read, "Indian National Anthem.???? American army band playing Indian National Anthem. Ultimate high. Jai Ho and Jai Hind.????????????????????"

The actor was last seen in the movie One Day: Justice Delivered.

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