SONU SONG After Panama Verdict – Viral Indian song makes waves in Pakistan

A popular Indian folks song with several sarcastic takes has gone viral in Asian country once a gaggle parodied it to discuss recent political turmoil.

Karachi Vynz wrote associated recorded an Urdu version of the Marathi language song Sonu, to talk concerning the resignation of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

Their parody celebrates opposition politician Imran Khan for following corruption charges against Mr Sharif.
Mr Sharif quit once the Supreme Court disqualified him from workplace in July.

The songs lyrics “Immu stable gear aap letter of the alphabet bharosa sahi thaa” translate from the Urdu to “we were right to trust you Immu”.

Immu, after all refers to Imran Khan, the previous captain of the {pakistan|Pakistan|Islamic Republic of Asian country|West Pakistan|Asian country|Asian nation} cricket team and currently president of the organisation Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI)

‘Just concerning having fun’

“We aim to create individuals happy,” band founder Mansoor Qureshi told North American nation on the phone from city.

Mr Qureshi says he shaped city Vynz with a gaggle of friends in 2014. They describe themselves as a gaggle of freelance comedians UN agency need to create videos goes viral.

“We keep tabs on what’s happening on social media to induce one thing exciting. we have a tendency to then play with it to create funny, attention-grabbing and amusing content for our viewers,” he added.

And despite the references to Imran Khan, Mr Qureshi same they weren’t supporting one politician over another, explaining that Mr Khan’s quality on social media created him an honest subject for the song.

The song had gained quite 1,000,000 views on You Tube and Facebook at the time of writing.

Supporters of each politicians have left thousands of comments on the video, that was denote days once the Pakistani Supreme Court disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from workplace last week.

The ruling came once a search into his family’s wealth following the 2016 Panama Papers dump linking his kids to offshore firms.

Original song in Marathi

Their latest giving is galvanized by the Marathi (language spoken in Maharashtra) folks song ‘Sonu’ that has gone microorganism in numerous native Indian languages.

In one version, a preferred radio presenter used the song to focus on the matter of Mumbai’s rough roads.

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