Video of Chandigarh doctors singing Dev Anand's song 'Aaja Panchhi Akela Hai' spreads positivity; have a look

'Aaja Panchhi Akela Hai', composed by SD Burman, has vocals by Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhosle

Video of Chandigarh doctors singing Dev Anand's song 'Aaja Panchhi Akela Hai' spreads positivity; have a look

A screenshot of the video. Source: Facebook/Supreet Dhiman.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, June 2

Video of two Chandigarh doctors singing an old Hindi song has gone viral on all social media platforms. This happened over the weekend. 

Supreet Dhiman shared the clip on his Facebook account. The video has over a thousand views and several shares.  

Dr Raman Abrol and Dr Biman Saikia sang 'Aaja Panchhi Akela Hai' from the 1957 film Nau Do Gyarah in the video. 

While Dr Abrol sang the classic, Dr Saikia added a hilarious twist to the classic with his quirky inputs to the lyrics.

“Proud to be from a city where everyone takes things in their own stride...this is how doctors from Chandigarh are dealing with Covid. Team Dr Raman Abrol and Dr Biman Saikia. You must be over the moon Rachna Dewan after all you are the woman behind one half of this duet,” the caption of the post reads.

Watch here:

'Aaja Panchhi Akela Hai', composed by SD Burman, has vocals by Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhosle. The film featured Dev Anand and Kalpana Kartik in the lead roles.

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