Going Viral: Listen to the melodious corona song in Bollywood style
In the video, a young man can be seen singing a song on coronavirus, in which he mentions almost all the aspects related to the deadly virus.
People are stressed with coronavirus, and they are finding ways to curb coronavirus stress. Earlier this month, a video of a group of women singing "runaway corona" during Holi celebrations went viral online. Later, a group of men singing a 'bhajan' (devotional song) is being shared on the internet.
In the video, a young man can be seen singing a song on coronavirus, in which he mentions almost all the aspects related to the deadly virus. This song was rewritten and performed by - Tejas Gambhir. The song is "Suno Na Suno Na Suno Na" from 'Chalte Chalte' 2003 romantic drama movie starring Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukherjee. In this song, he shared distress on coronavirus not allowing to shake hands and getting locked indoors. He also shared about how people conflicted with religion, and now only the deadly virus is ruling every religion. When it comes to life, everyone is scared and urging people to stop fighting over religion.
Today, actor Arbaaz Khan, in an attempt to calm his followers' amid panic spread by COVID-19, shared a video of a song on coronavirus on Instagram. We can see that songs on coronavirus are going viral. Famous singer and songwriter Ali Zafar has made another unsolicited release, and this time it is addressing the coronavirus pandemic. Following his hashtag, #bhaeehazirhai, the "Mela Loot Liya" singer provided his two cents on the prevention methods amid the spread.
The song "Ko Ko Korina" has been revamped to address the corona-pandemic on social media before. However, Zafar's rendition is currently spreading like the virus. Many like it, many dislike it, but #bhaeehazirhai.
COVID-19 has infected over 115 people in India and even claimed the lives of two. Apart from the central and state governments, celebrities are doing their bit to spread awareness of coronavirus. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared Coronavirus as a pandemic.