Actress Shweta Basu Prasad appears in the hilarious video, describing every woman's social media nightmare
Actress Shweta Basu Prasad appears in the hilarious video, describing every woman's social media nightmare

Whenever the talented bunch at the All India Bakchod (AIB) releases a video, lots of laughter follows. And this time was no different.

"I deliver your pizza. Would you deliver my baby?"

Bad pick-up line or hilarious song lyrics? You decide!

In their latest number titled Creep Qawwali, the comedy group showcases actresses, Shweta Basu Prasad and Mansi Multani, engaging in a qawwali battle to determine whose stalker is creepier.

After a while, the two come to realise that the so-called admirer that's stalking them on Facebook and real life is in fact the same creep!

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The video is a product of AIB's advertising wing, 'Vigyapanti'; their goal is to make upcoming small brands become massive. Creep Qawwali has been made to promote TrulyMadly, a dating app which aims to make online dating safe.

The nearly five-minute clip satirically contrasts the traits of an internet creep with those of your average stalker. Facebook is a cesspool for bizarre stalkers; surely a song every woman can relate to!

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