There is a lot of uncertainty regarding how the post-COVID world is to operate. While social-distancing, wearing masks and gloves, and sanitizing have become the new normal, foodies are doubtful whether they can get back to having street food the old way. Many pani-puri and chaat walas use their bare hands into making the dish which can be unsanitary, especially now.
Hence, coming to the rescue of pani-puri lovers, one guy from Banaskantha, Gujarat, has come up with a pani-puri vending machine!
Videos of the guy introducing the world to his innovation, which allegedly took him 6 months to make, have gone viral on social media. He shows the audience how to operate the machine, including inserting money which then leads to the machine dispensing our favourite snack!
One can even choose difference favours of their choice. And the best part of the video? The song ‘Tum Hi Ho’ plays when the pani-puris arrive!
Have a look at the machine here:
पानीपूरी (गोलगप्पे) के रसिकों के लिए आ गया है पानीपुरी का #ATM
हाइजीन का पूरा ख्याल रखने का है दावा।
पैसे डालिये और अपनी मर्जी के अलग अलग फ्लेवर की पानीपुरी खाये। pic.twitter.com/pJCVUvugQB
— Janak Dave (@dave_janak) July 2, 2020
Excellent CONTACT LESS Hygenic Pani Puri Machine DEVELOPED IN INDIA that works like an ATM 👏 The buttons can be easily santised. This is sure to be a hit during Corona times 👌👏 pic.twitter.com/rpZzJ2kWel
— Rosy (@rose_k01) July 2, 2020
People on the internet are lauding the guy for his innovation and are celebrating thinking they wouldn’t have to give up on their favourite street food forever!
Background music is just as classic 😊
— Rohit Bansal 🇮🇳 (@theRohitBansal) July 2, 2020
I love the background music 😍 . Hum paani puri ke bina reh nahi skte , tere bina kya wazood mera
— kunal sisodiya 🇮🇳 (@kunalsince1995) July 2, 2020
Super mind and awesome machine
— Parmarsunil (@Parmars23544833) July 3, 2020
Still some City Girls will Complaint 🤔
Bhaiya Extra Sukha Puri Kidhar hey😉
— Anjaneyaya (@AnjaneyayaNamah) July 2, 2020
There's no dearth of talent in India. Indians are very creative and innovative 👏👏🇮🇳😊
— Arun Deshpande (@ArunDeshpande20) July 2, 2020
Very innovative mind,my salute to creative Indian brain
— Satish Rathod (@Satishrathod100) July 3, 2020
Please. Bring this machine to east. I'm sure many puchka lovers will love it!
On a serious note. This guy is genius. This shows how innovative we Indians can be. He must be encouraged.
— Deepankar Saurav (@666Saurav) July 2, 2020
As they say, modern problems require modern solutions!