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Indian remake of Noor Jehan’s track in anti-Pakistan film angers Twitter

by Pakistan Latest News Update

Bollywood’s recreation of Pakistani track ‘Zaalima Coca Cola’ has created an uproar on the web.

The rendition of queen of melody Noor Jehan’s iconic tune Zaalima Coca Cola starring Nora Fatehi is a peppy dance quantity.

Touted as “party anthem of the year”, the irony wasn’t misplaced on social media customers as they pinpointed the truth that the track is for an ‘anti-Pakistan’ movie

Bhuj: The Satisfaction of India narates the occasions that occurred in the course of the 1971 battle between India and Pakistan. The film stars Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt and Sonakshi Sinha, and is about to launch on Disney+ Hotstar in August.

Twitter was a battle zone over the problematic plot proven to villainize Pakistan after the trailer was launched. The track ‘Zaalima Coca Cola’ that includes actor Fatehi added the gas to the fireplace.

Netizens weren’t impressed as they expressed their disappointment over the most recent growth. The Pakistani social media customers had been livid that Indian filmmakers are portraying Pakistan in a detrimental gentle all while borrowing songs from our legends.

Sung by Shreya Ghoshal, the next recreation has been composed by Tanishk Bagchi with lyrics by Vayu.

In response to its YouTube description, the track has been licensed to YouTube on behalf of T-Sequence, EMI Pakistan and 1 Music Rights Societies. 

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