Bollywood superstars Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, and our Pakistani star Mahira Khan are the latest to jump on the bandwagon of the pawri trend. Looks like it is not just us Pakistanis loving this new trend but our fellows across the border also seem to be enjoying it!
“Ye humari car hai. Aur ye hum hai. Aur ye humari pawri horahi hai”. This viral video has not only gone viral but Internet has been flooding with various memes, with a few recreations of the video made by celebs and users.
Following in the steps of Bollywood star Randeep Hooda, leading actor Shahid Kapoor also shared his own version of the pawri horahi hai adaptation. The Jab We Met actor shared a hilarious video from the sets of his next project. He and his team members can be seen enacting a party scene.
Sharing the video on Instagram, Kapoor wrote, “Fkers faking feku… better words were never said.” The video opens with a man introducing Kapoor and others. He says, “Ye mera star hai, ye hum hain, yaha pawri horahi hai [this is my star, this is all of us, we are having a party here].”
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Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone salso seems to be enjoying the ‘pawri’ trend that has taken over social media. Taking to Instagram, the stunner shared a fan made reiteration of the pawri meme. It features a few adorable childhood photos of her.
Padukone certainly had a good laugh as she captioned the post “Who made this?” with laughing emojis. “Ye hum hain, ye hamara ghoda hain, aur ye hamari pawri ho rahi hain [This is me, this is my horse, and I am having a party].”
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Pakistan’s favorite superstar Mahira Khan after Shahid Kapoor and Deepika on Thursday took the internet by storm by recreating her pawri version of it. The Raees actress posted the video on her Instagram which also featured a couple of her friends.
“Myyyy new jam. You’re suppaaa my love @dananeerr may your future be bright bright. Shine on! Ameen,” she captioned her post while tagging the social media influencer who made the original video.
It is hilarious!
Well, wow! Earlier, the video was also recreated by several Indian celebrities including Randeep Hooda and Varun Dhawan. The popularity of the video reached cross-border earlier when popular Indian music producer and content creator Yashraj Mukhate mixed his musical touch to it. His music video became a massive hit.
The viral pawri girl Dananeer Mobeen recently shared a new video clip of her singing, once again won hearts. Looks like the pawri trend set by her is not dying anytime soon!
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