A couple on a motorbike slow down to a stop during rush hour Bangalore traffic.

A barrage of honks follows. Annoyed faces of people who also had to stop are seen through windscreens and visors.

The pillion rider swiftly gets off in a single swing of her right leg, while one of her hands is unfastening her helmet.

In no perceptible time, she was able to pass the helmet bands through the back seat handles and fasten it snugly with mastery, so it wouldn’t swing about.

While her hands are busy, she stretches to give the rider a peck on their shoulder; the rider quickly hugs her one-armed.

She walks away while the motorbike takes off into chaos. Annoyed faces relax.

Beautiful Routines.