Fans react to Momina Mustehsan's second 'Ko Ko Korina' rendition

Minute-long video features the singer alongside musician duo, Leo Twins


Our Correspondent November 24, 2018
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KARACHI: Singer Momina Mustehsan's last attempt at singing the famed classic Ko Ko Korina stirred up a storm, to say the least. From Twitter tiffs to Sindhi renditions, it truly shook things up within the country.

After all that, one would think she was staying away from taking on old-school songs for now. However, the Afreen Afreen crooner has surprised everyone as she covers the same song yet again! That's right, Momina (for some bizarre reason) thought it was a great idea to try her luck again with the Ahmed Rushdi hit one more time.

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The Aaya Na Tu star shared a minute-long video on Instagram with a caption that read, "Aik maheena of trolling ki khushi mai, aik aur tohfa. (Here's another gift to celebrate a month of trolling)." Momina can be seen singing alongside the Leo Twins who were on the guitar and violin.

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While it's very apparent that Momina meant for this to be a lighthearted rendition, 'fans' couldn't help but notice the lack of finesse. "Mazeed bekaar hai (It's worse than the first)," said one user while another wrote, "Isko batao yeh 7 janam bhi le tab bhi acha nahi ga sakti (Someone please let her know that even if she had seven lives, she wouldn't be able to sing)." Ouch! People are brutal...

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Nonetheless, there were some who appreciated Momina's efforts. "Best come back ever!!! You go girl," said one, while another expressed her love for the star, "You never give up that's why I love you!"

Watch the video here, and let us know what you think:


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COMMENTS (3)

Umair Ali | 2 years ago | Reply The reason for trolling on the extremes are simple: we idolize people and songs etc. far too commonly. The original Ko Ko Corina is a good song no doubt, but its NOT and will not be insurmountable, or the BEST EVER. Its your mental construction of it which obviously cannot be topped because once you idolize something, you are incapable of improving your own mental construction.
Toni Segarra | 2 years ago | Reply The difficulties were created for us to discover if they have no solution. Therefore, we will never know if we do not face them face to face, we challenge them, without fear. What's new, we do not know what it is. Therefore, when we discard the old and repetitive, the new appears, is there. Only lack the passion, the deep, total attention, so that the energy reaches us in its maximum expression. So, if there is no respect, if there is no attention, care, affection, compassion, religion is still a lie. Religion is not folklore, idolatry, songs, prayers, tradition, music, ideas or theories. Whether in Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Europe, anywhere in the world. Religion is the ability to generate compassion, empathy, love. For all humanity, nature, for everything that exists.
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