“Pawri Ho Rai Hai” Is Now A Shaadi Dance

“Pawri Ho Rai Hai” Is Now A Shaadi Dance
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Pawri Ho Rahi Hai, Pawri Ho Rahi Hai, Pawri Ho Rahi Hai That is everything there is to it. After Dananeer Mobeen’s viral video went viral over the weekend, the internet has been obsessed with that line. Apart from making memes and their own versions of Pawri Ho Rahi Hai, social media users are also interested in learning everything there is to know about Dananeer Mobeen, who currently holds the top spot on the trends list.


Dananeer Mobeen, 19, from Islamabad, makes videos on a range of topics and posts photographs from her photoshoots and travel adventures on social media. “Call me Geena, but learn to pronounce my real name first!” Dananeer says in her Instagram bio. She has over 5 lakh Instagram followers and about 31,000 Twitter followers.

Dananeer, on the other hand, is much more involved on Instagram than on Twitter. She has, however, recently been retweeting Pawri memes and videos made by fans.


Dananeer Mobeen became an instant internet sensation after she posted a video of herself and her friends saying, “Yeh humaari car hai, yeh hum hai, yeh hum hai, yeh hum hai, yeh hum hai, ye Or yeh humari pawri ho rahi hai. We’re also throwing a party).”

Party is pronounced Pawri by Dananeer Mobeen. With millions of views, the video went viral.

Dananeer Mobeen told BBC Urdu that she is overjoyed by the response to her video.
“We were having a good time and listening to music when I pulled out my phone and started filming. After that, the rest is history. I’m overjoyed that my lighthearted video is also being enjoyed on the other side of the border, particularly at a time when the world is so tense and polarised “BBC Urdu spoke with Dananeer Mobeen.
Netflix, Zomato, and Swiggy were among the brands that contributed to the Pawri Ho Rahi Hai trend by posting memes and videos on social media.

Most memes take the internet by storm and fade away from mainstream obsession in a short time, as is customary in internet culture. The case for the super-viral ‘Pawri Ho Rai Hai‘ meme, on the other hand, appears to be the polar opposite, as people continue to come up with inventive ways to keep its flame burning brightly. With it being turned into a catchy song and bringing Pakistanis and Indians together after recent animosity, ‘Pawri Ho Rai Hai‘ has had an absolute thrill ride.

The Pakistan cricket team followed suit after defeating South Africa in the third T20I at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore to win the three-match series. In a video shared by Pakistan Cricket, cricketer Hasan Ali recreated the Pawri line, saying, “Main hoon yeh main hoon yeh main hoon y Yeh, meri squad, meri team, meri team, meri team, mer (This is me.) Aur hum series jeet gaye hain aur pawri kar rahe hain This is the lineup for my party. And we’re having a good time after winning the series).”

Dananeer Mobeen, a Pakistani influencer, released her Pawri Ho Rahi Hai video on social media four days ago, and it has gotten a lot of attention since then. Even more so after musician Yashraj Mukhate remixed her video. Pawri Ho Rahi Hai has become a social media obsession, with users sharing memes and their own variations of the viral line.

Pawri Ho Rahi Hai is still one of Twitter’s most famous hashtags, and social media is filled with hilarious parodies of Dananeer Mobeen’s thread.

Celebrities and common people alike have been recreating the meme since Indian musician Yashraj Mukhate turned it into a song and turned it into an absolute favourite of everyone. It is safe to say that ‘Pawri Ho Rai Hai’ is still the most popular internet trend.

However, to everyone’s delight, ‘Pawri Ho Rai Hai’ is now a shaadi dance, and the choreography is impeccable.
I mean, I can’t think of a better song to set the floor on fire during a mehndi dance-off than this catchy meme! The girls really set the tone for a fun mehndi event with their inventive choreography.


…as in, full-fledged choreography
You can always choose from these super creative and fun choreographies on the meme song if you want to perform this at your next shaadi event but don’t have the right creative juices for a choreography.

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