Amid worldwide outbreak, Dhinchak Pooja launches her song “Karona- Corona”, gets trolled

At a time when the world is living in fear of the novel coronavirus, Dhinchak Pooja, a famous Indian YouTuber, has released a new song on Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Dhinchak Pooja is well known for her song, ‘Selfie Maine Le Li Aaj,’ and her peculiar way of singing. Now, she has launched another song. The song goes, “Caro na caro na, kaam yeh caro na, duo yeh karna, kisi ko yeh ho na”. She is also seen in the video dancing with background dancers.

The song continues, “Hoga na corona, hath tu dhona, jaldi se sona, time na dhona. Tension tum lona, babu ho ya shona, baad main na rona, Razak main lo na.” And this is how the entire song goes. The objective of the song is to spread awareness about coronavirus among people.

Pooja’s song “Hoga na corona” is doing rounds on the internet. Many celebrities and singers are having to cancel their concerts and programs across the country due to the dangerous virus. Earlier, 4 Bhojpuri songs were released on COVID-19 in Bihar.

However, more than 65 songs on Coronavirus have already been released. The most popular coronavirus song these days is “La Cumbia Del Coronavirus” by Mister Cumbia, which nearly 100,000 people have streamed so far. This song gives a message to listeners to wash their hands and avoid friends if they have the virus.

By far, the virus has affected over 2 lakh people globally and the global death toll has risen to at least 9,000. Thankfully, 85,749 people have recovered from the deadly outbreak.

In India alone, the confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 have surpassed 160, while 4 people have died in the country from the infection.

It has been learnt that the coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of at least 3,158 people in China alone and 4,325 worldwide, as per the experts.

Even as China is finding it tough to bring the widespread infectious disease under control, several countries across the world are reporting cases of coronavirus. People lost their loved ones to the deadly disease which originated in Wuhan, China.

India is making all necessary efforts to prevent the fast-spreading disease. The entry of all international flights to India will be banned from March 22 to March 29. No international flights will be able to land in India from the effective date.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.