Viral Video: Delhi Man Selling Unique Style Laser Swords Reminds Star Wars Netizens, Call Him ‘Last Jedi’

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A viral video of a Delhi man selling lightsabers at traffic lights has netizens amazed. There is no denying that to sell a product you need to have excellent marketing skills. And it seems that this man is successful at his job because he knows exactly how to grab his customers’ attention. He has his product sense and his marketing strategy well synchronized. A video shows a man selling swords fitted with laser lights at an ITO traffic point in Delhi. He shows the swords in style to the client by doing acrobatic movements with them. The sword in the clip resembles a lightsaber seen in the Star Wars franchise.

Check out the viral video below:

The man in the video impressed internet users. They took to the comments section and bombarded it with their epic reactions. One of them wrote “Star Wars and the Jedi duplicate”. Another said: “The Last Jedi.” One user also mentioned, “The peoples of Star Wars want to know his location.”

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Image source: INSTAGRAMviral video

India TV - Viral Video

Image source: INSTAGRAMviral video

Some users also appreciated his efforts. One of them said, “Support such people. Another said, “Pet ke liye insaan kya kya nhi karta.”

About Star Wars

Star Wars is an American epic multimedia space opera franchise. The franchise has been extended to various forms like movies, TV series, video games, novels, comics, theme parks, comprising an encompassing fictional universe.

The video is appreciated by Internet users. It has garnered over 50,000 likes till the time of writing this article.

This isn’t the first time a seller’s video has caught attention on social media platforms. Earlier, a video of a fruit vendor who was seen screaming and making funny faces just to boost his sales has also gone viral.

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