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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

WATCH: Yashraj Mukhate’s catchy remix of ‘Pawri Hori Hai’

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In the last week, there’s one desi meme that has stood out more than everything else on the Internet: Pakistani content creator Dananeer Mobeen and the infamous ‘pawri hori hai’.

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In case you’ve missed it, the 19 year old’s pronunciation of the word ‘party’ left everyone in splits, and garnered millions of views practically overnight.

It didn’t take long for Instagram’s Yashraj Mukhate, known for his amusing remixes of memes and vines, to step up to the mantle.

 

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A post shared by Yashraj Mukhate (@yashrajmukhate)

And in case you were wondering… Dananeer loved it, and posted a video of her friends grooving along to Yashraj’s remix.

It’s all in good fun, after all!

WATCH ALSO: What if ‘3 Idiots’ was actually a crime thriller?

 

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A post shared by Dananeer | 🇵🇰 (@dananeerr)

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