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Capgemini employees set Guinness Record

In a first of its kind, Capgemini’s employees danced to 4 Bollywood songs together at a venue in Bangalore.
Capgemini employees set Guinness Record



4276 – Yes, that’s the number of Capgemini India employees who made the impossible possible. On January 22, this year at Bengaluru they all came together and danced their way to the Guinness World Records for the largest Bollywood dance lesson. The lesson lasted for more than half an hour which started with the hit song of ‘Tu Ne Maari Entryaan...’ – it started the tempo and then ‘Sari Ke Fall Sa’ continued to heighten the fervour, ‘Lungi Dance’ was the third song they danced to, and the lesson was rounded off with ‘Jai Ho!’  This event was performed during My Jashn 2016 celebrations held at KTPO Grounds, Whitefield, Bengaluru in the name of Project G. Paul Hermelin, CEO and Chairman of Capgemini also attended the event and addressed the employees. The video is all about team work, dedication and willingness to achieve something great!

The Guinness World Records has already shared it on their website about the record Capgemini has set in the world! 

Enjoy the video!

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Topics: Employee Relations, Employee Engagement

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