As yesterday was the festival of colors, the Holi fever was at its peak. Since the days of ‘Do Me A Favour Lets Play Holi, Holi Ke Din Dil Khil Jaate Hain, Rang Barse’ and even earlier, foot tapping songs have been a highlight of this festival which is associated with fun and frolic. But humans this year enjoyed the festivity with the peppy Bhojpuri song. The show has clearly been stolen by popular Bhojpuri stars Nirahua aka Dinesh Lal Yadav and Amrapali Dubey’s latest Holi song ‘Holi Mein GST Jor Ke’. The song is a rage on the internet these days and has already crossed 16 million views on YouTube. The peppy Bhojpuri song captures the festive spirit of Holi and how GST is having an impact on it and has taken YouTube by storm. Also Read - Dinesh Lal Yadav, Amrapali Dubey's Bhojpuri song Hamare Pati Dev Ji Crosses 16 Million YouTube Views, Watch Viral Video
The song captures the festive spirit of Holi while referring to the menace of dowry, adding an element of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). In the song, the groom side is demanding a dowry of Rs 10 lakh plus GST. It has been sung by Nirahua himself and Priyanka Singh and the music is by Madhukar Anand. The lyricist of the song is Pyarelal Yadav. The video was published on YouTube by Nirahua Music World on February 15, 2018, and features other Bhojpuri superstars like Manoj Singh Tiger and Sanjay Pandey. The viral video has garnered as many as 16,956,502 views on YouTube as of now. (Also read: DJ Khaled Teams Up With JAY Z, Beyonce, And Future For New Song ‘Top Off’) Also Read - Amrapali Dubey's Bhojpuri Song Meri Jawani Hai Made In Bihar Crosses 3 Million YouTube Views, Watch Video
Here is the video of the song ‘Holi Mein GST Jor Ke’:
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The theme of the video is Goods and Services Tax (GST) and dowry, against which the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar has launched an offensive. He had even organized a human chain campaign against the dowry menace recently starting from Gandhi Maidan in Patna and expanding to all parts of the state.