Dhinchak Pooja releases new song about the coronavirus outbreak, inspires a meme fest on Twitter
Dhinchak Pooja, along with a crew of dancers who wear masks, talk about the do's and dont's during the coronavirus outbreak in the song.
Dhinchak Pooja, who became an internet sensation for her cringe-pop songs 'Swag Wali Topi', 'Selfie Maine Leli Aaj', 'Dilon Ka Shooter' has returned to spread awareness about the coronavirus with yet another song release.
The song, released on 19 March, begins with an important disclaimer which states that Pooja's new gem, the coronavirus awareness song, is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Should you exhibit any symptoms that may overlap with those of coronavirus patients, go see a doctor.
Along with a crew of dancers wearing masks and performing the hook step of her song, Dhinchak Pooja further touches upon the dos and donts during the coronavirus outbreak.
Check out the song here
New song out on Coronavirus check out 👇🏻. https://t.co/VoM55PLclR
— Dhinchakpooja (@DhinchakPooja) March 19, 2020
However, viewers were quick to resort to memes and had a lot say about the new song.
Check out all the reactions here
If only Coronavirus could see this, it would kill itself.
— Aditya Sonakia (@adityasonakia) March 19, 2020
— The Wolverine (@KEEP_IT_UPER) March 19, 2020
The 'Daru Daru Daru' singer's songs are characterised by repetitive lyrics and out-of-tune vocals. Viewers often draw parallels and compare her to Baba Sehgal and Pakistan's Taher Shah because of similarities in style. Dhinchak Pooja revealed in an article that she is aware of the fact that her songs are funny. She also spoke about trolling and receiving hate on social media, as well as the experience of meeting a die-hard fan.
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