Pakistani Dance Viral Video: Netizens Roar with Laughter as T-Rexes Dance to Hit “Nach Punjaban”

Viral Video

Pakistani Dance Viral Video: A recently surfaced viral video on social media has set the internet abuzz with laughter as a group of T-rexes showcased their dancing prowess to the beat of a popular Pakistani track, “Nach Punjaban.” Contrary to any Jurassic Park fantasies, these T-rexes were actually people donning inflatable costumes, adding a delightful twist to the dance floor.

Entertaining the Masses

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Captured in a hilarious video shared on Instagram, the T-rexes, with their synchronized moves, had onlookers enthralled. The clip, accompanied by a cascade of laughing out loud emoticons, depicts a crowd gazing upon the spectacle of T-rex dancers taking center stage.

Internet Sensation

In just two days since its upload, the video has garnered a staggering 1.8 million views, drawing a plethora of comments from amused viewers. One user quipped, “If Jurassic World was made in India,” while another humorously remarked, “Pakistan is not for beginners,” referencing a popular meme trend. The comments section overflowed with wit and amusement, with users joking about the dinosaurs’ supposed extinction due to their explosive dance moves.

The Musical Beat

The infectious track, “Nach Punjaban,” originally sung by Pakistani artist Abrar-ul-Haq in 2002, found its way into Indian cinema with a rendition featured in the 2022 film JugJugg Jeeyo. This updated version, performed by Gippy Grewal, Zahrah S Khan, Tanishk Bagchi, and Romy, continues to resonate with audiences across borders.

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