Jumpin is a fruit drink popular with children. They have launched a campaign wherein they will donate to Save the Children NGO for every share of the video. So join in the fun and contribute.
Many among us probably remember the popular classic “Naani Teri Morni ko mor le gaye..” sung in a sweet child’s voice, and taking us back to our childhood days with care-free summer holidays spent at our grandmother’s place. But not many will be able to imagine the new, remixed version of the song with two animated “Nanis” in a funky, face-off dance video. This, you have to see to believe! Watch the video here.
And don’t just stop there, share it with all your friends because each share is going to donate Rs.2 to a children’s NGO Save the Children to promote the cause of primary education. Save the Children is a leading independent organization for children that works to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
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This is a campaign launched by Jumpin – a fruit drink product from the house of Godrej Hershey Limited. Branded as a fun drink, Jumpin is available in two flavours – Mango and Apple. Just like the “Nani Teri Morni” song, Jumpin is meant to take us back to our childhood days with an element of “masti”.