The ‘Bounce’ movie on YouTube has hit 1 million views in just two days, thanks to a Google Play title that has a “bounce effect” in it.
It’s a video that, like the rest of the Google Play titles, was created by Indian artist Mohan Mishra, who goes by the name Bounkham.
“We got the idea to create a BounketaBounketam movie based on the classic Hindi film Boun Kham,” Mishra told Quartz in an email.
The title is a nod to the popular Indian dance genre, which was first coined by filmmaker Manmohan Singh, who used the term Boun kham in a 1996 speech.
In his speech, Singh said Bounkaam is the “original dance” and the name of the genre is “Boun khaanam” (a combination of the words boun and kham).
The film is based on Mishra’s “Bounce” series, which includes several videos that highlight the visual effects in his creations.
As of the end of the day on January 10, the title had received more than 3 million views.
It’s not clear if Mishra has been paid to make the title, but he is using the proceeds from his title to support his music and film projects.
A Google Play trailer that shows the “Bounced” movie.
The Bounkem movies have been making the rounds on YouTube for quite some time.
In January, Mishra shared his first Boun kemah on the YouTube channel for the “bounket” genre.
The Bounkesh theme song is also one of Mishra and the other creators’ favorite tunes.