Pawri girl from Pakistan is back with another video, here is what she did this time

The video has 6,71,202 views on her Instagram

Pawri girl from Pakistan is back with another video, here is what she did this time

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Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, October 17

Ninteen-year-old Dananeer Mobeen, the pawri girl from Pakistan, was the biggest trend of 2021 that had people from all walks of life hooked on either side of the border using her one liner ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’.

She is back now with another video, where she is melting hearts online with her soulful singing. 

Sharing a song from a 2017 Pakistani film, the young woman was heard performing a soulful rendition of ‘Ae Dil’. Singing the soft melody from Punjab Nahi Jaungi starring Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat and Urwa Hocane — Pakistani student has got attention once again from Indians as well.

Khoya jo tu, houga maera kya?” the viral sensation wrote quoting the lyrics of the song while tagging singer-composer Shiraz Uppal.

As the video went viral, many requested Mobeen to share more singing videos with some even urging her to take it up as a career.

The sweet song sung by her also has an Indian connection — the duet track for the film was sung by Jonita Gandhi along with Uppal.

Listen to the original song here:

 

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