Ahad Raza Mir and Momina Mustehsan’s rendition of the classic song ‘Ko Ko Korina’ has apparently failed to impress the critics, but Twitter is flooded with some funny reviews that are likely to entertain people even more than the song itself.
The audience and some critics have expressed their disappointment at the Coke Studio version on the micro-blogging site in several funny ways.
While some have made sarcastic comments on Ahad Raza Mir’s singing skills, some others have termed the experience of listening to the song horrifying.
Ko Ko Korina became a rage when it was released in 1966, in Waheed Murad’s home production Armaan. The legendary actor’s son Adil Murad who holds the rights of the film and its soundtrack was also not so amused by the song and could not resist reacting on it. The actor took to his social media account and wrote:
Aik larka accha actor hai! Please us ko cricket team, hockey team, aur Olympics mein gymnastics mein bhi dalo!
Earlier this week, the producer also publicly apologized for letting Coke Studio cover the song. He tweeted:
I profusely apologize to all Waheed Murad fans for allowing #cokestudio to remake or should I say ‘ruin’ the classic ‘ko ko korina’ (pro bono). I trusted the coke studio brand but I guess it is now completely run by IDIOTS! RIP #cokestudio.
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