A few weeks ago, a video of a girl dancing to the Indian song Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja went viral on social media, and the young woman from Pakistan instantly became famous worldwide.
In the era of social media, it is quite simple to become famous overnight or to become a star. As soon as this girl’s video went viral on social media, it became a hot topic of conversation, and millions of people began following her on Instagram. The issue is not over yet; well-known businesses in Pakistan began using this girl as a model for their bridal photo shoots and other photo shoots and began modeling alongside her. She eventually gained popularity on social media as a celebrity.
The morning show anchor of ARY Digital, Nida Yasir, was the first to invite Ayesha to her program after learning about her prominence. When the host posed the question during her participation in the program, she responded, “I was dancing at my friend’s wedding and my friend requested me to dance to this song (Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja), and it was my dance moves.” Ayesha went on to say that her family hasn’t experienced any issues since the dance video went viral. The Dil Ye Pukare Aaja girl performed the same song, which has been widely referred to as “obscene,” once more this time.
The steps she performed in the performance this time—in which she can be seen wearing bold attire and once again duplicating the popular dance steps—were what caused the video to go viral as soon as it was uploaded to the internet. She appears to be at a party in the background of the video, where there are also bright lights and music playing. The moral brigade and outraged internet users believe the dance video to be wrong. The moral brigade raced to the video clip’s comments section after Ayesha’s most recent clip sparked outrage among social media users and shamed the online sensation with disparaging remarks.
Famous YouTuber Shahmeer Abbas Shah also offered his thoughts on the trending video while teasing others, saying he is aware of her previous videos being shared in WhatsApp groups.
Shah mocked the dancing craze in addition to criticizing the leak culture and asserting that these audio and video leaks damage the reputations of public figures. Ayesha, on the other hand, called the most recent video phony and pledged to sue anyone who tried to slander her with it. Ayesha’s graceful movements had already gained such a following that numerous Pakistani-Indian celebrities, including Madhuri Dixit, were unable to resist following the trend.
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