Tinder recommends Baba Ka Dhaba for your next date. Jaayein kiske saath, asks Internet | #tinder | #pof

In order to encourage people to visit Baba Ka Dhaba in New Delhi’s Malviya Nagar, Tinder India recommended the eatery to couples for their “next date”. Social media agreed that it is a great suggestion indeed but several users had a question for Tinder. Quite valid, actually.

What is Baba Ka Dhaba?

Situated in Malviya Nagar, Baba Ka Dhaba is a small eatery operated by an elderly couple – Kanta Prasad and his wife Badami Devi – since the past 30 years. Baba Ka Dhaba went viral on social media on Thursday after a video of Kanta Prasad narrating his struggle to run the eatery was widely circulated on Twitter.

What did Tinder India post on Twitter?

On Thursday, Tinder India said in their post, “We recommend #BabaKaDhabha for your next date.” Good idea!

See Tinder India’s tweet here:

What is the internet’s opinion on this?

Well, the internet is fine with the idea but netizens did have a question for Tinder India. “Whom should we go with,” is the question most users asked in their hilarious responses.

See the comments here:

Well, well.

Anyway, for those interested in knowing more about Baba Ka Dhaba, here you go.

How did Baba Ka Dhaba go viral?

All thanks to food blogger Gaurav Wasan, who visited Baba Ka Dhaba lately, and posted a clip of it on his Instagram account. In the short video, Kanta Prasad broke down in tears as he narrated his plight of the difficulties that he faced while running the eatery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Soon after, Vasundhara Tankha Sharma, a Twitter user, posted the clip and urged citizens to visit Baba Ka Dhaba.

Hours later, on Thursday evening, people lined up outside the eatery to enjoy Baba’s meals.

Well, that is the power of social media.

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