Obama-lookalike mannequin wearing sherwani makes rounds on internet, see post

Obama lookalike model wearing sherwani is doing the rounds on the internet, see post

The mannequin inside a store wearing a blue colored heavy sherwani. Twitter/ @lilcosmicowgirl

Festivals and shopping go hand in hand as people love to buy new clothes, electronics, and furniture among other things these days. As Diwali is just around the corner, the shopping has already started and the markets have been flooded with people rushing to do their last minute shopping. An integral part of Diwali shopping includes buying new clothes for family members including men, women and children. With the festivities in the air, different styles and outfits continue to hit the market and attract more customer attention. One such Diwali outfit has recently caught people’s attention, not for the outfit but for the model wearing it.

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Notably, mannequins are usually installed in shops and stores to display clothes and are quite common in shopping malls. However, this model has drawn attention for her uncanny resemblance to none other than former US President Barack Obama.

The photo shared on Twitter shows the model inside a store wearing a thick blue colored sherwani, an outfit worn by men at weddings and other occasions. However, it is the model’s face that will catch your eye as it looks quite similar to the former US President.

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Not only that, the Twitter user also shared the photo with a caption reading “Obama’s Diwali party outfit”.

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The photo also caught the attention of many people who took to the comments section and shared hilarious reactions. While one commented, “Lmaaooo what is Michelle’s outfit,” another wrote, “Sherbani Obama.”

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Shared widely on Twitter, the post garnered over 5,500 likes and several funny comments in reaction.

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Falling on October 24 this year, Diwali is one of the most important festivals celebrated by Indians with great pomp and fervor. Shopping for clothes, decorating houses, lighting candles and diyas are done during Diwali celebrations.

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