WATCH: Indian classical singer's rib-tickling 'Johnny Johnny Yes Papa' jams internet

The video, which features a mesmerising Jugalbandi of Tabla and Harmonium

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A unique and classical rendition of the childhood poem "Johnny Johnny Yes Papa" has taken social media by storm, garnering widespread praise and admiration, News18 reported.  

The video, which features a mesmerising Jugalbandi of Tabla and Harmonium, has captured the attention of netizens who are expressing their delight on various platforms.

The traditional children's poem, known for its simplicity and a moral lesson about honesty, has been transformed into a captivating classical music performance. 

The six-minute video, shared on the microblogging site 'X' by user 'Ashok Kumar Pandey', showcases a vocalist accompanied by a harmonium player and a tabla player. Two additional supporters contribute to the chorus, enhancing the overall musical experience.

Netizens have hailed the creativity behind this rendition, expressing that if such innovative presentations were available during their childhood, memorising the poem would have been a more enjoyable experience. The video has rapidly gained popularity, amassing over 42 thousand views within a short span.

Users flooded the comments section with appreciation and humour, with one stating, "Oh wow, what creativity, it was fun listening to it." Another user humorously remarked, "By the time this song ended, Johnny had successfully eaten 10 chocolate bars." 

The video has sparked positive reactions, with users anticipating its inclusion in various categories, including bhajan, shortly.