Ramadan has started testing times for Muslims around the world when people are under lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. This might have taken away some essence of the holy month of Ramadan, which is usually the time people greet and meet friends and family for feasts. This year has been different, but Muslims and people, in general, are still trying to find the spirit of Ramadan in little things - like 'doodh soda.'
Most of you might not be aware of this, but it is a rage in Pakistan. Doodh soda is a special drink that is made by mixing a can of soda with milk. It is so common in Pakistan that The Coca Cola company cashed in on its popularity by releasing an ad for "Sprite Doodh Soda." But the reason you probably haven't heard of this drink, which is a part of the mean during breaking fasts or Iftaar, is because the trend never left the country.
When Indians heard of 'doodh soda'
It is natural that when we hear something totally unheard, it seems weird. But in the case of "doodh soda", it is actually weird and Indians have some absurd reactions.