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Pakistani food vendor makes jalebis with 3D printer nozzle. (Photos: Instagram)

Anand Mahindra reacts to a viral video of a Pakistani trader making jalebis using a 3D printer nozzle

New Delhi,UPDATED: February 21, 2024 4:42 PM IST

Industrialist Anand Mahindra has reacted to a video of a Pakistani street vendor who went viral for making jalebis using a 3D printer nozzle. “I am a technology fan. But I admit that I had mixed feelings when I saw jalebis being made using a 3D printer nozzle,” Mahindra said while sharing the video that has been doing the rounds on the internet for some time now.

The video featuring Pippal Bata Jalebi Wala from Faisalabad was originally shared by an Instagram user. In the 40-second clip, the seller made fresh jalebis using the 3D printer nozzle.

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Yes, Mahindra had “mixed feelings,” adding in his caption, “They are my favorite and seeing the dough being pressed by hand is an art form for me. “I guess I’m more old-fashioned than I thought.”

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Social media users seemed to agree with Mahindra, as evident from the comments section of the post.

“Who makes jalebis with gloves? Tomorrow they could do the same with Golgappas. Definitely wouldn’t taste the same,” one user said.

Another comment reads: “Technology has changed the world.” Several others spoke in favor of the provider.

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February 21, 2024