Hira Mani and Yasir Hussain throwback video of dance performance on an Indian Song is smashing the internet and gone viral on Social Media.
Take a look at their dance performance as The Actress of “Meray Paas Tum Ho” and Husband of Iqra Aziz “Yasir Hussain” are shaking their legs for a duet performance on Indian song “You are my Soniya”.
Pakistani Celebrities Yasir Hussain and Hira Mani teamed up to set the floor on fire, both actors are in gossips nowadays because of their dance moves as they were seen dancing together.
This throwback video seems to be captured from some wedding event. Drama serial “Jhooti” Actor Yasir Hussain is slaying in his black suit and on the other side Hira Mani is wearing traditional formal Lehenga. Seems they both spiced up the event by their dance performance.
However, Pakistanis never miss a chance and single opportunity to troll Actor Yasir Hussain.
They have managed to continue the ritual by also trolling him this time by making his video viral though social media. It is because Yasir Hussain took a dig on PTV airing Turkish Drama.
He spoke-out against the Ertugrul Ghazi and more Foreign Dramas. The Actor is against that why a National Television is importing Foreign Content. Yasir emphasized the fact that the Ertugrul Series is a loss for National Celebrities.
Now as ironically this video came-up on the social media, instantly gone viral. In which the “Karachi se Lahore” movie actor happily dances on an Indian Song.
This Bollywood song was sung by Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik and Sandeksh Shandilya for Bollywood Film Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham featured Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor, Amitabh Bachan and Jaya Bachan which was released in 2001.
Recently Hira Mani successfully won the hearts of her fans and followers from the role played by her in a hit Drama Serial “Meray Paas Tum Ho”. And Yasir Hussain’s recent drama serial “Jhooti” also gained the hearts of people.
In the other hand some fans are highly appreciating their dance performances and others are criticizing because of Indian Content.