And the ‘Pawri ho rai hai’ goes on: Mega surge in Peshawari girl’s fan base

By: News Desk      Published: 11:28 AM, 14 Feb, 2021
And the ‘Pawri ho rai hai’ goes on: Mega surge in Peshawari girl’s fan base

“Yeh hamari car hei, aur yeh hum hein, aur yeh hamari pawri ho rai hai” (This is our car, this is us, and this is our party]. A four-second video with these three lines by a Peshawari girl, also a young influencer, has created a mega storm on the social media a few days back. The video has been shared thousands of times across social media platforms.

The video innocently filmed as a few friends having fun in Nathiagali has now been recreated thousands of time not only in Pakistan but also in neighbouring India and other parts of the world with #pawrihoraihai trending on Twitter.

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The ‘Pawri Horai Hai’ girl, 19-year-old Dananeerr Mobeen, who became an overnight sensation with her video storming the Internet, belongs to Peshawar and described herself as a “content creator”, who can talk on anything from make-up and fashion to mental health issues.

Dananeerr is fond of spending time with her family, drawing paintings, occasional singing and loving dogs very much.

Her four-second video filmed in Nathiagali and posted on Instagram has so far been seen by nearly 1.5 million people and the number of his followed has also shot up to nearly 250,000.

Talking to BBC, Dananeerr said the video was not pre-planned. She went to Nathiagali with friends and they stopped for lunch and all of a sudden she took out her mobile phone, shot a video and uploaded it on Instagram.

The Pawri girl said “The way I talked in the video is not my style. I do not talk like that. I said the those in a humours way just for the video. I can say the word “party” properly and I also know that it is party and not ‘pawri’. I just did it to amuse my Instagram followers.”

Within no time, a splurging fan following emerged after the video went viral. Originally, the hilarious video she posted was aiming towards mimicking the burgers when they visit Northern Areas of Pakistan.

"Kinda sad that winters almost over but hum summers main bhee pawri karenge ????", she wrote.

Netizens and celebrities are having the time of their life, as they are recreating versions of the viral video. Be it Ali Zafar, Saba Qamar or the meme community; there is no stopping to the ‘Pawri Horai Hai’ fever.

Happy and overjoyed, the young influencer has expressed gratitude since she also has been enjoying all the memes. Mobeen says she is so overwhelmed, super excited and grateful that people are loving her video.