Before Beyonce Sharma Jayegi, here are other Bollywood songs mentioning Rihanna, Shakira, etc, you never knew existed; WATCH

As the Khaali Peeli song called 'Beyonce Sharma Jayegi' is in focus for its tacky lyrics, here are some of the other Bollywood songs which mentioned Hollywood artists like Rihanna, Kylie Jenner and Shakira; Watch below

08 Sep 2020, 04:58 pm By See Latest Desk
Before Beyonce Sharma Jayegi, here are other Bollywood songs mentioning Rihanna, Shakira, etc, you never knew existed; WATCH
Beyonce Sharma Jayegi

As we struggle to cope with the pandemic, Bollywood music gone too wrong with songs like 'Beyonce Sharma Jayegi' is not at all helping. Netizens are thrashing this latest song from Ananya Panday and Ishaan Khatter's film Khaali Peeli. You know why? Guess you haven't heart the song yourself. While the music of this song can still pump up your spirits, the lyrics are downright racist and unethical.

But guess what? This isn't the first Bollywood song which has taken support of a Hollywood artist to gain attention and views. Before this, there are some of the Hindi songs which have mentioned these artists but luckily, only a few people know they existed. So here's the list of some of them:

Rihanna 'O' Rihanna by Baba Sehgal:

This song by the rapper and singer Baba Sehgal lost him all the left-over views on his videos. The song has no music and its barely the mention of the Hollywood singer Rihanna which got him the needed attention.

Kylie+Kareena by Diljit Dosanjh:

Here we can't blame Diljit Dosanjh for the song because he only made it to get the attention of his big-time crush Kylie Jenner. Yes, Diljit is a big fan of the model and he has expressed his love for her openly many times in his interviews. This is why he decided to club the two favourite ladies of his and presented a song in their honour.

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Shakira from the film Welcome To Karachi

The song Shakira made absolutely no sense in this music video and neither the model looks anywhere close to the Waka Waka singer. Moving ahead with the music, it also falls flat on its beats and lyrics and this is the reason why we never knew that a song like this even existed in the history of Bollywood music.