New Delhi: Patriotism does not have a language. It can come in any form, language and nationality. One does not feel the sentiment just for one’s own country but must always share the pride and joy felt by every true patriot. That is exactly what a few young Russian cadets showed earlier this week.

A video emerged on social media lately where Russian military cadets can be heard singing a famous Indian patriotic song in absolute fervour and synchronisation with the original song alongside senior Indian military personnel.

A video of Russian military cadets singing the famous Hindi patriotic song "Aye watan, aye watan, hamko teri Kasam Teri raahon mein jaan tak loota jaayenge" from the movie 'Shaheed', has gone viral on Twitter.


Sung by Mohammad Rafi, ‘Aye Watan’ was released in 1965. A Twitter user said: "It made my day... Russian army cadets singing Ae Watan Ae Watan".

The video was shared by Brigadier Rajesh Pushkar, who is currently the Military Advisor at the Indian Embassy in Moscow, who is also seen in the viral video. Another user commented, “Amazing! Ruski singing Indian patriotic song. Aye watan, Aye watan...”

"Russia is true counterparts of India since Independence. Glad to have their support!?", said a Twitter user.

“Hindi Roosi Bhai Bhai, a very natural brotherhood, Always and Forever,” said another.

The ties between the two nations have been strengthened recently after the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

As soon as the video came up online it is going viral with people leaving lovely comments and expressing pride. The video also highlights the essence of friendship between Russia and India.