Ko Ko Korina By Coke Studio Gets Trolled By Pakistani Celebrities


Coke Studio is, undoubtedly, one of the biggest music platforms in Pakistan’s music scene. Over the years, we have seen the platform bringing music lovers from India and Pakistan together.

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However, the latest Coke Studio version of the classic song ‘Ko Ko Korina’ sung by Ahad Raza Mir and Momina Mustehsan was not so appreciated around the country. The song was avidly trolled on social media and it turned into a meme within no time.

In addition to the slew of hilarious reactions that have been piling in on the internet, a few celebrities also reacted to the rendition.

Here is how celebrities reacted to the song:

The Minister for Human Rights Dr. Shireen Mazari was also not so amused by the song and could not resist reacting on it. She took to her Twitter account and said:

Horrendous! Destroyed a great classic – why oh why did Coke Studio allow such a massacre of this classic song?

The Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 Vasay Chaudhry actor also reacted on the rendition and tweeted:

Zalima Gannay Nu Agg la Day!

Pakistani actor and singer Ahmad Ali Butt took to his Twitter account and wrote:

And then COCA killed KOKO #KokoKorina #rip


Our favorite comedian Ali Gul Pir also took a dig on the singers and said: 

As a joke, I should start a TV show where we get a couple of engineers to give medical patients brain surgery. Just to see what happens? You know, @cokestudio it! #goodlooking #famous #HereIsYourSong

Even the Na Maloom Afraad director Nabeel Qureshi did not appreciate the latest version! 

Listen to the song below:

The classic song Ko Ko Korina, originally sung by legendary playback singer Ahmed Rushdi and composed by the great Sohail Rana, is cherished by millions around the globe.

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