In­ter­net users dig cringe­wor­thy songs

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Soumya Sri­vas­tava

Do you ever find pim­ple­pop­ping and black­head­pulling videos on your Face­book time­line? Does an un­ex­plained, ir­ra­tional need to click on it take over you? You know it will be hor­ri­ble, you know it will make you feel nau­seous, yet there is a weird sat­is­fac­tion to it.

A sim­i­lar feel­ing is felt when you lis­ten to cringe­wor­thy songs. Case in point? Song­bird Dhin­chak Pooja. Her song Selfie Maine Leli Aaj has raked in 10 mil­lion views. And the views are only ex­plod­ing ev­ery­day.

Here’s a look at equally cringe­wor­thy songs that once ca­ressed your ears: 1. The Delhi Metro Song (Hamra Delhi Ke Metro Ghuma De): A trib­ute to the lifeline of Delhi. 2. It’s My Life: The very good bad boy in a thou­sand ad­jec­tive tells you what all he can be. 3. Mere Hus­band Mu­jhko Pi­yar Nahi Karte: Su­nil Grover did his best to cash in on Rinku Bhabhi but man­aged to ruin ‘Mera Toh Jindagi Hi Kharab Ho Giya’. 4. Eye To Eye: This is a clas­sic by Pak­istani YouTube sen­sa­tion Ta­her Shah. 5. Fri­day: One of the first songs in the bizarre do­main, it’s by Re­becca Black.

PHOTO: FACE­BOOK/ DHIN­CHAK POOJA

Stills from the songs Mere Hus­band Mu­jhko Pi­yar Nahi Karte, It’s My Life and Fri­day A still from Dhin­chak Pooja’s Selfie Maine Leli Aaj

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