I pretty much agree with Jason.
I would like to see you a little more animated and using your body more to make her feel strong. When she gives a good pull, your body should give a little and then pull back, so she feels like she "almost" won and then on the next hard tug I would let her win. Your body language is almost always upright or even leaning back and she never gets to win. To my mind, prey drive building shouldn't really be about tugging...but more about chasing, catching, taking down, and winning. I think back tying , increasing frustration, and letting her win when she's really trying to get it might be more effective.
I think you can ask for obedience in drive building, because sometimes containing themselves can teach them to load and explode into things...but it has to be done in a high state of drive and released pretty quickly to start with.
Also since you are using a rag I would be careful to watch the grip when you do let her win. She looks like she take a good initial bite, but then she does start pulling frontally...maybe she's getting tired? She does try and regrip when she gets a chance, but she still doesn't win. It's sort of like any other kind of marker training, with the win being the reward. When they do something you like (tug hard, re grip fuller, try really hard, etc) you can mark and let the dog win the tug. This reinforces good behaviors.
But Indra looks like a lot of fun and really nice puppy! Keep up the good work!
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