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India's cringe pop sensation, 'Dhinchak Pooja,' who recently broke the Internet with her musical skills, is back in the headlines.
After her "off-tune" 'Selfie Maine Leli Aaj' went viral, the young youtuber took out another video 'Dilon ka Shooter' that landed her in a helmet trouble. Her songs were so captivating that even made Sonu Nigam give it a try.
However, her fame was short-lived as according to reports, her videos were taken off Youtube after a user 'Kathappa Singh' allegedly reported her songs for copyright violation.
Although, doubting the event as a 'publicity stunt' some users reached out to twitter and tweeted:
"Dhinchak Pooja's videos have been deleted from Youtube because of copyright issues.
Only Dhinchak Pooja can steal such shitty music".
Dhinchak Pooja's videos have been deleted from Youtube because of copyright issues. Only Dhinchak Pooja can steal such shitty music.— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) July 11, 2017
Others humorously responded on twitter saying:
"Kathappa Ne Dhinchak Pooja Ke Videos Ko Kyun Maara? #NationWantsToKnow #DhinchakPooja Kathappa Singh #KathappaSingh
And some even felt a relief and thanking YouTube tweeted:
Kattapa ne Bahubali ko Maara Kathappa ne Dhinchak Pooja ki Maari This is legendary- @YouTubeIndia , marry me my hero #DhinchakPooja
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