1. Sonu Nigam sings Dhinchak Pooja song Dilon Ka Shooter in Kumar Sanu style; video goes viral

Sonu Nigam sings Dhinchak Pooja song Dilon Ka Shooter in Kumar Sanu style; video goes viral

Dhinchak Pooja's videos are off YouTube now and Sonu Nigam took to Facebook to sing Dhinchak Pooja's Dil Ka Shooter song. But there is a twist!

By: | Updated: July 12, 2017 5:57 PM
Dhinchak pooja videos deleted, Sonu nigam, dilon ka shooter, Dhinchak pooja, Kumar Sanu, Dilon Ka Shooter video, Dilon Ka Shooter hai mera scooter Just hours after the news broke that Dhinchak Pooja’s videos have been taken off YouTube, famous Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam took to Facebook to sing Dhinchak Pooja’s famous Dil Ka Shooter song.

Just hours after the news broke that Dhinchak Pooja’s videos have been taken off YouTube due to alleged copyright infringement issues, famous Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam took to Facebook to sing Dhinchak Pooja Dil Ka Shooter song. But there is a twist. Sonu sang the song in Kumar Sanu style. And, the video is going viral and breaking the internet. The video was posted on Facebook. Taking to the social network, Sonu wrote, “Despite Nevaan against the idea, I just can’t resist sharing this. 😀 this has been going through my head the entire night in Calgary. I have to express it out now that I’m in London. 😀 Giving a little tune to Dilon ka shooter…. Kumar Sanu da style (sic).” Like Dhinchak Pooja took almost no time to become an internet sensation, this Sonu’s video too is breaking the internet. Here is the viral video:-

Earlier, on Tuesday, all of a sudden all the videos (except Dilon Ka Shooter) of Dhinchak Pooja were taken down by YouTube. Dhinchak Pooja became hugely popular on the Internet after her songs like ‘Swag Wali Topi’, ‘Selfie Maine Le Li Aaj’ went viral. Now, there is only one video – Dilon Ka Shooter – available on her verified YouTube page. All the other Dhinchak Pooja’s videos have been taken off her channel and are currently unavailable for viewing; her channel had a total of 12 videos which cannot be viewed now, according to a TOI report.

A person named Kathapa Singh had claimed copyrights on the songs and this is possibly the reason why the videos were taken off, according to TOI.

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