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The first song of Khaali Peeli – Beyonce Sharma Jayegi was dropped online

September 9th, 2020 | by vBollywood Author
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The first song of Khaali Peeli – Beyonce Sharma Jayegi was shared by the makers online today. The music video features Ananya Panday and Ishaan Khatter all dressed in shimmering sequined outfits and dancing in a carnival-like setting. The song is sung by Nakash Aziz and Neeti Mohan and is composed by Vishal and Shekhar. Kumaar and Raj Shekhar have written the lyrics of the number.

However, the lyrics of the peppy track Beyonce Sharma Jayegi didn’t go well with the netizens and ever since the song was released and shared across all social media platforms, Twitter users took to the micro-blogging site to slam the makers for the ‘racist lyrics’.

“Bhadkeeli nakhreeli Chamkeeli lachkeeli Tu jo kamar yeh hilayegi Tujhe dekh ke goriya Beyonce sharma jayegi.,” which translates to “Angry woman, or a woman with a lot of tantrums.. when you move your waist” to After looking at you fair woman, Beyonce will feel shy.”

Twitter users have bashed the lyrics in all manner they could. Right from finding a racist angle to comparing Ananya Pandey to Beyonce to the pop sensation’s Indian fans were embaressed.

Composer Vishal Dadlani and wrote, “What is your racist song “Beyonce Sharma jayegi”. Didn’t expect these racist and s****y lyrics from you, shame on you.”

VJ Andy shared a clip and wrote, “Oh Dear! #BeyonceSharmaJayegi Might be the worse thing I’ve seen ever! I’d like to apologise to @Beyonce for this racist, sexist hot mess. #BLM #mondaythoughts.”

For the unversed, Khaali Peeli is the story about two childhood sweethearts, Pooja and Blackie, who get separated due to some circumstances. But it is due to a situation that brings them back together, which leads to a series of chase and escape’ problems.

Khaali Peeli is directed by Maqbool Khan and produced by Ali Abbas Zafar and Himanshu Mehra. While the story is by Maqbool Khan, the film is written by Yash Kesarwani and Seema Aggarwal. The film is all set for a direct-to-digital release on the recently launched pay-per-view service, Zee Plex, on October 2.

Photo courtesy: www.ibtimes.com

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