LAHORE Around 200 college students took passengers at Mumbais busy Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) Railway station by surprise when they broke into a dance to the tune of title track from Bollywood hit Rang De Basanti on Sunday, a day after the City observed third anniversary of 26/11 terror attacks, Indian media has reported. Three years ago, which was Saturday, 10 gunmen laid siege to two hotels and the CST train station in Mumbai, killing 166 people. The exercise described as 'flash mob dance in which bystanders were caught by surprise is coincide with Pakistans 26/11, when NATO carried out aerial assault at two Pakistani border posts in Mohmand Agency (FATA), which left 24 soldiers martyred and wounded many others last Saturday. According to Indian media, while most of the people would dread at the thought of breaking into a dance in public, a 23-year-old girl in Mumbai just started dancing in the middle of CST and was soon joined by a group of 200 others dancing with her. The popular song from the Aamir Khan movie was played at the station which prompted the girl to start dancing to its beats. Bystanders were completely taken by surprise, but they thoroughly enjoyed the performance. The video of flash mob dance has now become a rage online, Indian media said. The organiser of the flash mob, Shonan Kothari, said, 'It was a flash mob. It was really, really, really fun. We did it to spread some happiness in the City. It is a global art movement. It is a form of collective art where people come together and do something nice. It is a stress buster, Kothari added.