Remember Dhinchak Pooja from the “Selfie Maine Le Li Aaj” fame? She is back with a new song “Ek Aur Selfie Lene Do.” Just like Pooja’s previous songs, this one also has her trademark tune, and as expected, the song has triggered a meme fest on the internet.
The music video features Pooja taking selfies in front of replicas of the Statue of Liberty, Taj Mahal and the Eiffel Tower. ‘Raat ke baj gaye ek ya do, ek aur selfie lene do,’ she sings while posing in front of monuments. She can also be heard singing, “Eiffel Tower ke samne, Taj Mahal ke pass; Burj Khalifa ke neeche, Statue of Liberty ke saath.”
Watch the video below:
Her songs provide enough material for memes and reactions and this new one is no different. Twitter has gone wild with their comments. Take a look at some of the reactions:
— NK Thakur (@NkTh06691516) May 8, 2022
— Pitashri (@pitashrisays) May 8, 2022
Galti se Dhinchak Pooja ka naya gaana thoda sa sunn liye, ab naye kaan kaha milenge?
— Cheldon Sooper (@pastadaddyyy) May 12, 2022
Big fan mam😍😂 pic.twitter.com/aFUNnRCugU
— Ravi Nagar (@Nagar_ravi21) May 10, 2022
— Sahil (@jainsahil017) May 9, 2022
— 🌂🌂chota chattri🌂🌂 (@sushant_gosain) May 9, 2022
Hey bhagwan uthaale!!! Mujhe nahi baba…. Aagey ka samajh jao… Baksh do mujhe 😭 pic.twitter.com/0pBo7Bn5BF
— Sadashiv Pal (@iamSadashiv03) May 11, 2022
Why comments are off ??maam why only Indian’s suffer why?? pic.twitter.com/e1rzJvpUQk
— 🐕 (@phirqi07) May 8, 2022
Dhinchak Pooja’s video has created a massive buzz online and has garnered over 43,000 views. However, the comments section of the video has been turned off to keep the trolls away.
Who is Dhinchak Pooja?
Dhinchak Pooja, also known by her real name Pooja Jain became an overnight sensation with her songs like “Swag Wali Topi”, “Daaru”, “Baapu Dede Thoda Cash”, “Aafreen”, and “Dilon Ka Shooter”. Her popularity even took her to Bigg Boss. Given the quality of her music, Dhinchak Pooja’s songs have been subject to criticism, jokes, and memes, and is often described as part of a new trend of music production called ‘cringe pop.’