Watch the ultimate 'Shape Of You' spin-offs: Sunny Deol and the Singing Dentist
While Ed Sheeran's Shape Of You has got the world grooving, make way for the mashups that took over the internet this week with views of millions and still counting.
Because Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' has got the world grooving, it's now time for the inevitable: the millions of mashups and cover songs that will also make for millions of viewings and give the unknown artist the 15-minutes of fame that will make them internet famous for a day.
And Indians aren't far behind with their cover songs and mashups. The students of IIT-Roorkee took the nation by storm with their amazingly choreographed version of Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You;' and who can forget the Sunny Deol version of the hit song 'Kaala Chasma' where his dance steps where completely in-sync with the Katrina Kaif-Sidharth Malhotra number?
Here's the new, improved version of 'Shape of You' with some killer moves by Sunny Deol and Raveena Tandon. Trust us when we say you'll want to watch it to the very end!
The visual that is almost too apt is from the 90's song 'Jiyara Dhak Dhak Dhak Dhak Bole' from the film Salaakhen.
Just when we thought it couldn't get any better, the Singing Dentist (Yes! he is a singing dentist for real) has had social media in splits with his version of 'Shape Of You.' We are guessing after watching this, going to the dentist will never be the same again (because, of course we are going to laugh at the secret joke).
In less than two days, the video was viewed over 19 million times on Facebook and he woke up to 115,000 followers. And everyone else was a fan.
'Girl you know you need to brush, twice a day then get that floss in between' is now going to be running on your mind all day long, thanks to this hilarious dentist adaptation.
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