HomeViral NewsA Pakistani bride dances to "Mera Dil Ye Pukare" It's gone viral.

A Pakistani bride dances to “Mera Dil Ye Pukare” It’s gone viral.

A Pakistani girl named Ayesha sparked a dance video revolution on the internet with her viral performance. At a wedding celebration, a woman can seen in the video that has gone viral dancing sensually and gracefully to the song “Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja” by Lata Mangeshkar. Lata Mangeshkar performed the music. The footage uploaded to the girl’s official Instagram account and shared with the public. It captioned: “You know I don’t care since I adore myself. “Then there will no adverse comments,” The video has received over 75,000 likes and has viewed by over 75,000 people. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!

Who is the beautiful young woman shown dancing at the wedding in the viral video with the hashtag #MeraDilYehPukareAaja?

In the months leading up to weddings, Pakistanis have earned a reputation for lively and exuberant dancing. A video of a young woman dancing to a remix of Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja by Lata Mangeshkar has just gone viral online, coinciding with the start of the wedding season.

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It is impossible to deny that the video has set the internet ablaze. It has determined that the young woman in the video, Ayesha, is a native of Pakistan. The video gives the impression that it was at a celebratory wedding dinner.

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Ayesha may seen dancing in the popular music video while wearing leggings and a kurta with a looser fit than usual. Her alluring performance has garnered the attention of viewers. A remix of a classic song by Lata Mangeshkar can play in the background while the girl dances. Viral Video

“I take pride in being myself,

And you were aware that I truly couldn’t care less about any of it, right? Please refrain from making any unfavourable comments! It was she who captioned.

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