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Fireworks in Borivali West,Mumbai, computer generated graphic

Viral messages on social media: A video viral on Social Media claiming of a firework, first of its kind in the world (spherical pyrotechnics), also claiming fireworks in Borivali West, Mumbai.

Below is the viral post in circulation on Social Media like WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

1 min, 45 seconds of fireworks in Borivali West, Mumbai.
This show is the first of its kind in the world (spherical pyrotechnics)
Worth seeing ...one of the World's best fireworks display 😊 PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO

Fireworks in Borivali West,Mumbai.

This show is the first of its kind in the world (Spherical Pyrotechnics).

One of the World's best fireworks display.

Note : Pollution Sirf Diwali Pe Hota Hai

😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/izaUm8vcRe

— RD SINGH (@RD_BANA) October 30, 2019

This video shared as from Mumbai is actually shared as, 1 min, 45 seconds of fireworks in Japan - at Mount Fuji
This show is the first of its kind in the world (spherical pyrotechnics)

Facts Check: False/Fake

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Facts Check Analysis: The video of firecrackers has been widely shared and liked by many citizens assuming it to be from Mumbai and many liked and believed it to be real.

The video is not real, but computer generated graphic of fireworks as the display.

The video is not new, nor it is from Mumbai. First published on YouTube on Jan, 2013, titled as “New Years 2013 - Synchronized Epic Music (Heart of Courage) - FWSim Fireworks Display - HD”.

I hope you all had a pleasant party celebrating the dawning of a new year. We all made it, safe and sound, to the year 2013, and I wanted to continue the party by sharing this fireworks display I created & actualized. It took me a little over a week to complete, and I am very happy with the outcome. All of the shells are custom-made by me, and I take huge pride in the handiwork that went into bringing them to life. I hope you all enjoy the show. :) The music choice used for this display is Thomas Bergersen's (Two Steps From Hell) "Heart of Courage." Truly a great musical arrangement.

The Mt Fuji video simulation was uploaded to YouTube by a user called hiramu55bocaboca in November 2014. The user clearly identifies the video as a simulation and even includes the name “FWSim” in the video’s title. Infact, hiramu55bocaboca was not trying to fool users into believing that the display was real.