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Four cats against one snake: Neil Nitin Mukesh records ‘scary’ video

Four cats against one snake: Neil Nitin Mukesh records ‘scary’ video
Bollywood actor Neil Nitin Mukesh shared a 42-second clip on Sunday. Photo credit: Screengab/Instagram.

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, September 17

Bollywood actor Neil Nitin Mukesh witnessed a shocking scene on the sets of his upcoming film, 'Bypass Road’. The actor shared a 42-second clip on Sunday, which shows a standoff between four cats and a snake. 

In the shocking video, the cats surrounded the reptile from all sides. One of the cats was also seen attacking the reptile. At one point, it seemed that the cobra was going to strike one of the cats, but it slithered away.

Many on the comments board believed that the snake was a venomous cobra. 

“Earlier in the day. Went for the BGM with @naman.n.mukesh for #BypassRoad, got down of the car and saw this,” the actor wrote and shared the video on September 14.

The video triggered all sorts of reactions from people. Some showered their love for cats. A few users found it “scary”, and a couple of them showed concern about the well-being of the reptile.  

With more than 90 thousand views, several users reacted.

“Seriously the snake might get injured. Someone should call snake catcher to catch and leave the snake in safe place. Cats might hurt the snake again,” one user wrote. “Cats warriors. Eyes of warriors. Defenders for humans,” wrote an Instagram user. “That was scary,” wrote a third. “Was catching my breath, thought it was gonna hurt one of the kitties,” commented a fourth.

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