Watch These Bhangra Dancers Find ‘Cheap Thrills’ By Dancing While Shoveling Snow

“We try to contribute to our culture as an addition to the amalgamation of cultures we have in this fabulous country."

Forget about singing in the rain. This trio makes dancing in the snow look like an excellent way to combat the winter blues.

The Maritime Bhangra Group is back with yet another choreographed video sure to make you smile. This time the three dancers from Canada, who aim to break down stereotypes Sikh men often face, get their groove on to a cover of Sia's "Cheap Thrills." 

The men let loose as they found a new way to clear snow while performing dances in the style of bhangra, a type of popular music combining Punjabi folk traditions with Western pop music. 

"We try to contribute to our culture as an addition to the amalgamation of cultures we have in this fabulous country — Canada," group co-founder and manager Hasmeet Singh Chandok told A Plus.

Throughout the nearly two-minute video, they smile widely as they work to spread joy worldwide while fundraising for important causes. 

Chandok added, "Spreading happiness is the other focus we had, as we were always told by the people watching us live that 'It's hard to watch you guys and not smile.' "

This particular video linked back to the donation page for the ALS NB &NS Society, which advocates "for people and their families helping them navigate through a confusing and difficult disease with dignity and purpose."  

Watch "Snow Shoveler Bhangra" below:

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