Watch: Indians Applaud the Uttarakhand-Set Music Video by Japanese Artist Fujii Kazes

Fujii Kaze's Grace, a Japanese R&B singer, has attracted a worldwide following . The song is set in Japan and serves as the basis for his Docomo-related project at Kaze Films in Japan .

Fujii Kaze, a Japanese R&B singer with a large fan base in his home country, has enticed an Indian audience as a result of one of his songs going viral on various social media platforms.Grace, a Fujii Kazes album that was posted on YouTube on October 9, has attracted a worldwide following.According to the press release in Arama!, the video, which depicts Indian culture, is one of the main reasons.The song, which is set in Japan, serves as the basis for his Docomo-related project at Kaze Films in Japan.

In Uttarakhand, Kaze shot the video.The song has a joyful feel to it, reflecting the songs' lyrics about being grateful for the gift we have in our lives.Watch the music video here.Over a month since its release, the video has received over 10 million views on YouTube alone.

Like in other Hindi film songs, the singer is joined by a large band of joyful people who dance along with him.In the comments section of the YouTube video, a number of Indian social media users have made insightful comments about our society, and the meaning of this song is what is said in our Vedas.Aham Brahmashmi, which means I am the universe, means I am the universe, so look for it inside and enjoy the feeling of unity, according to one commentator.I'm so proud of him for showing this side of India, said one commentator.Featured Video Of The DayArvind Kejriwal On AAP's Progress In Gujarat: The BJP Fortress was razed and will be victorious the next time.

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