A gaggle of younger boys from Chishtian have put a novel spin on Noor Jehan’s track “Mahi Ve”, reworking the long-lasting Punjabi ghazal right into a catchy reminder to look at coronavirus security protocols amid a deadly new wave.
Pakistan’s circumstances have witnessed a gentle rise, remaining above 5,000 since April 17, whereas 73 and 157 deaths have been recorded every day on this interval, indicating that the virus has taken on a extra contagious and deadly kind.
Nonetheless, the state of affairs didn’t simply take a sudden flip for the more severe. It has been worrying because the begin of the yr, with a minimum of 1,000 new circumstances registered every day with out fail.
Amid the more and more alarming state of affairs, during which folks as a substitute of being extra cautious, are seen throwing warning to the wind, there have been many efforts by the federal government and media organisations in tandem, to coach the folks concerning the significance of religiously abiding by security measures.
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The campaigns appear to not have taken maintain.
At such a time, the parody monitor by the three boys, who’ve cleverly taken a longtime melody beloved by folks throughout the nation and turned it right into a enjoyable reminder, could assist make issues higher.
It was launched in December and sung by “Ramzan jani” in response to the video description.
Mahi Ve Hath Dho ke Aaween
(O buddy, wash your fingers earlier than you come)
Khud midday corona tu bachaween
(Defend your self from coronavirus)
Sohnay sajnon kerlo corona da khayal ay
(Pricey mates, be cautious of coronavirus)
Hath tu milaana veen nahi
(Do not shake fingers)
Jhappi tu vee paani nahi
(And do not hug anybody)
Pareen pareen rahi tu dholna
(Maintain a distance from everybody)
Nachna tu maari nerhay
(Do not dance too shut collectively)
Khangi na tu kissay uttay
(And do not cough in anybody’s path)
Mukhray te masks paa lena
(Cowl your face with a masks)
Mahi tu gharon bahir na jaaveen
(Do not step out of your houses)
Yaraan na ghar tu na bulaveen
(And do not name your folks to yours)
The boys, nevertheless, weren’t the primary to have given the track a contemporary spin. In actual fact, the parody can initially be credited to an older gentleman who launched a video a yr in the past, on March 31, 2020.