In her new song, the singer asks her bapu for thoda cash. And by 'thoda cash' she means briefcases filled with Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 currency notes to buy jewellery, pick up clothes at Gucci (even though she doesn't look like she's at the luxury brand store), get petrol for her car, spend it on her friends and also casually fan herself.
The track makes for a typical Dhinchak Pooja number and if you love her, you'll enjoy this one too.
While on YouTube the video has collected over six lakh views in one day, her post about the song on Facebook has received over 5,200 reactions, some 400 shares and more than 1,200 comments.
"I'm glad at least your music quality is getting improved a little. Moreover it's like a social service you do, launching new faces to the industry, we need fresh talent," says one Facebook user on the post. "Thank you for this masterpiece," says another.
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