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Delhi Pollution Song: ‘Tumhe Dillagi’ Goes Viral as Youth Expresses Concerns Through Music

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Amidst the rising pollution levels in Delhi & its surrounding areas, two young talents have ingeniously channeled their musical abilities to address the issue. Through a compelling protest in the form of a viral video, they passionately perform a version of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s ‘Tumhe Dillagi,’ effectively conveying the distress caused by pollution in Delhi-NCR.

Viral Video Highlights Pollution Woes

Shared on social media platforms, particularly Instagram, the viral video showcases the duo perched on a rooftop, playing harmonium and guitar while singing the recreated version of the classic song. The lyrics are ingeniously modified to highlight the severe pollution problems faced by the residents of Delhi and its neighboring regions. The opening lines set the tone, stating, “Diwali is changing. The black shroud is everywhere, and it’s turning into a painful qawwali. You’ll forget clean air, come to Delhi-NCR and witness. Ah, don’t go. Asthma, bronchitis – you won’t escape another hospital bill. You’ll forget clean air.”

Social Media Applause for Creativity

The video, posted on November 10 by the Instagram handle @vaasudevam, has garnered over 1.3 million views and more than 140,000 likes. The innovative approach to addressing the alarming pollution situation in Delhi has earned widespread praise for its creativity and thought-provoking lyrics.

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