Twitter joins the 'pawri' as Pakistani meme gets Indian musical makeover

Updated 13 Feb, 2021 01:12pm

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The song is a bop!

Photo: Yashraj Mukhate/YouTube
Photo: Yashraj Mukhate/YouTube

“Ye humari car hai. Aur ye hum hai. Aur ye humari pawri hori hai.”

If you’ve been on social media recently you have probably heard this joke. It has transcended into the real world now so even if you aren't on social media you've probably heard people talking about their "pawris" by now.

But don't worry if you're late to the "pawri". The meme was created by a young woman named Dananeer, who posted the video on her social media.

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She's a content creator from Islamabad/Peshawar, according to her bio. After she created the "pawri" or party meme, it went viral online.

Indian music producer Yashraj Mukhate made a remix of it and, we’re not going to lie, it’s a bop!

He previously made one on a now infamous line from Bigg Boss: “Tumhara kutta Tommy, humara kutta kutta”. That video has a whopping 45 million views on his YouTube channel.

The "pawri" video had 2.3 million views when this story was published. The video he published on Instagram had 1.9 million plays.

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Dananeer seems to love it too!

Pakistani Twitter joins the 'pawri'

For some people there was no party at all.

There's too much party for some people.

Celebrities hopped on to the trend too!

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What do you think about the "pawri" trend?