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Dhinchak Pooja is back with a new song spreading awareness on coronavirus and we can’t keep calm

While we wait to see how people react to this new video of hers, considering the hatred and criticism she has received for her previous musical masterpieces, she should definitely be hailed for her deep concern and care for the people around her.

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While the Coronavirus pandemic has been taking a toll on people across the globe, singing sensation Dhinchak Pooja makes has made a smashing comeback with a song full of serious advice for the people grappling with the Covid-19 scare.

The popular ‘singer’ who became an internet sensation overnight with her song ‘Selfie maine le li aaj’, has now come back to take her fans by storm, and by the eardrums with another song called ‘Hoga Na Corona’.

In her latest video, she is seen grooving with a group of people, who have worn masks and have stethoscopes around their necks. The lyrics of the song intends to educate the viewers about the novel coronavirus disease. Pooja’s song is full of deep concern and serious advice for the general public.

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Dhinchak Pooja, in her typical offbeat style, has attempted to make the world aware of the symptoms and the precautions people need to take to keep themselves safe from the Coronavirus. At this time, when people are having cold feet, dealing with the epidemic, Pooja, as a responsible citizen, seems to have taken up the moral responsibility to elucidate and exemplify to the people across the globe the guidelines for the novel Coronavirus.

The concern she has shown for the society is completely overwhelming and reassuring. At one point of time in the video, Pooja has actually taken the trouble to demonstrate how and when people need to get themselves tested for the novel Covid-19. She says ‘chheek jo aaye test karana’ (get yourselves tested when you sneeze).

She asks people to care for their ‘Babus’ She also displays it when she kicks her ‘Babu’ out the moment he coughs. She also asks people “Bahar na jana, videsh na jana, ghar ka khana” (don’t go outside, don’t go abroad, and eat home-cooked meals)

While we wait to see how people react to this new video of hers, considering the hatred and criticism she has received for her previous musical masterpieces, she should definitely be hailed for her deep concern and solicitude for the people around her.

The video shared here in public interest because we don’t believe in suffering, sorry enjoying alone.

This is not the first time that Pooja has showed her dedication to the problems of society and common Indians. In another song, Pooja had lamented over the problems faced by every single young person in the country like the end of data plans and cash shortage. One of her songs goes “Jeb main na thi koudi, aur khatam ho gaya data”

Pooja’s previous song also had a deep philosophy behind it. She had asked people to forget their worries, dance and go to sleep. The lyrics went “Pagal ho ke naacho, aur naach ke pagal ho jao, jahan mile khatiya, tum chadar taan ke so jao”

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