The Karate Kids video for the track “Karate Kid” from the group’s upcoming album Karate Kalyani is an honest and moving story about the true meaning of self-confidence and what makes a good leader.
The video was shot in India, where Karate is known as a martial art and its roots lie in the Kalinga people of Tamil Nadu.
The music video has been praised for its authenticity, and for its portrayal of a group of talented and determined young men who will do whatever it takes to win.
“I think it is important to keep the Karate character alive in a positive light,” Karate kid lead singer Sam Thakur said of the music video for “Karating Kid.”
“The video really showcases the strength of our kids and their dedication to their sport.
It’s a good representation of the power and strength of the Kalyanas.”
Thakur, who grew up in Chennai, India, is the lead vocalist of the group, which was founded in 2010 and features members like Jaydee, Karamjit and Karyan.
His music video features footage of the young men in a boxing ring, which shows them hitting each other with their bare fists.
“It is an empowering, inspiring and inspiring story that really inspires and shows the power of selfless and selfless acts,” Thakurs mother, K.A. Prakash, said of her son’s contribution to the Karating Kid video.
“His attitude is very mature and mature for a young person.
He was able to put on a mask and become a superhero.”
In the video, the kids are seen training and sparring with the likes of Jai Rajan, the boxing champion and a boxing legend, as well as fellow Karate kids, including Karyaprakash.
“I wanted to create something that I would enjoy and feel proud of, something that people would enjoy watching and want to share with their friends and family,” Thackur said.
“Karate is an amazing martial art.
There are a lot of martial arts, but I think it’s a sport that is a bit more personal to Karate,” he continued.
“You can see the power in the Karates hands, the power with their strength, the ability to take on the opponent in a fight and finish them off.
It really shows the true power of Karate.”
The video was filmed in India and is shot in an area with a low level of natural light.
Thackurs father, Ravi, also helped in the creation of the video.
“In the beginning, I didn’t want to make a big deal about the Karacy.
We made it very easy for the family.
I didn`t want to get too political,” Ravi said.
“But now, we`re trying to create a global movement and promote Karate as a sport.”
Karyan, who is also a member of the band, said the music videos have helped Karate grow globally.
“This was a very hard and emotional journey for us, but it has paid off,” he said.