A video of two dancers of Nova Scotia, Canada-based Maritime Bhangra Group dancing to Ed Shereen latest single, “Shape of You,” has become a viral sensation. (YouTube screenshot)

How do you raise awareness and money for a good cause? Just ask these two dancers from Canada’s Maritime Bhangra Group.

Even if you are not a fan of Ed Sheeran’s latest hit, “Shape of You,” this Bhangra version will definitely win you over. A video featuring two Sikh men in black outfits and yellow turbans performing synchronized Bhangra steps to Shereen’s song is being widely shared on social media. On YouTube, it has racked up close to 200K views, and on Facebook alone, it has amassed over 5,000 shares. Once you watch it, it’s not hard to understand why it’s getting plenty of buzz on the internet.

As entertaining as this one-minute-16-second-long video is, the music of which is a remix by DJ Frenzy, the purpose behind it is what makes one fall in love with it all over again. The duo, which comprises of dancers Davinder Singh Dhillon and Bikramjit Singh, is dancing to inspire donations for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.

However, this isn’t the first time they are performing for a noble cause. In the past, too, they have stormed the internet with their enthusiastic performances, supporting causes like ALS.

Watch the video here:

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