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Badshah's Desi Cover Of Justin Bieber's Sorry Will Leave You Speechless

A file photo of Badshah.

A file photo of Badshah.

Not that we liked the song much, but it is an effort that atleast deserves to be acknowledged.

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  • Last Updated: July 27, 2016, 3:55 PM IST
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After making party anthems like DJ Waley Babu, Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai and Kar Gai Chull , star rapper Badshah has come up with a desi version of Canadian singing sensation Justin Bieber's 'Sorry'.

Bieber who has a list of super hit tracks to his name, including One Time, Purpose, Baby, is seen pleading his girlfriend to take him back in the video of the song 'Sorry' which was released in 2015.

And if you are a milennial living in a metro city, you definitely would have danced to Bieber's 'Sorry' and if not, we do not believe you to be from this planet.

The song was such a huge hit that it had people from across the world hooked to it.

And it looks like Badshah too was extremely impressed with the song. So much so that he decided to make a desi cover of it. Singer Gurinder Rai is seen giving playback to the main lines and the star rapper has sung the rap sequences. It also includes the chorus from the beloved Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan song 'Sanu Ek Pal Chain Na Aave'.

Although the Hindi version isn't really great, but it is something you cannot really ignore. Social media users have been sharing and flooding people's timelines with the song that has clearly gone viral.

Not that we liked the song much, but it is an effort that deserves to be acknowledged. Listen in.


 

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