New Delhi: It is often said that soldiers leave their own families, relocate to remote borders and protects us from enemies day and night. They do not even hesitate to lay down their lives for the country.

Recently a video of a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan singing the famous song  'Sandese Aate Hai' from 1997's Indian war film Border has surfaced online. 

In the footage, which is now viral, the Army jawan is seen sitting on a table and singing the song with all his heart. After some time, other jawans are also seen joining him and lending their support by clapping.

However, the jawan was not named in the post.

Currently, the video is being circulated on social media, especially Twitter.

While one user said, “I got goosebump while listening to beautifully he sang that song…”, another person commented, “Proud of you sir. BSF jai jawans. U people r the real heroes of this nation. What a song I am in tears”.

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal also took notice of the jawan and his melodious voice and retweeted the video from his own handle.

Lieutenant General Satish Dua also retweeted the video.

Not only big names but also people from different walks of life heaped praises for the Jawan and his soulful rendition of the song.