'Pasoori' becomes first ‘Coke Studio’ song to cross 500 million views on YouTube

Ali Sethi, Shae Gill and producer Xulfi celebrated the milestone online


Entertainment Desk January 23, 2023

Coke Studio 14's hit number, Pasoori, has been making waves ever since its release last year. From being featured in the fourth episode of the much-acclaimed miniseries Ms. Marvel to becoming the most streamed Pakistani song on Spotify, the track has proved itself to be a formidable feat in the music industry.

Carrying the winning streak further in 2023, Ali Sethi took to social media on Sunday to announce that the popular Punjabi folk tune has now added another feather in its cap, crossing 500 million views on YouTube. This also makes Pasoori the first ever Coke Studio song to reach this milestone.

Taking to Instagram, Sethi shared the exciting news with his followers alongside a few pictures and videos from a close-knit party commemorating the achievement. In the clips, Sethi can be seen happily celebrating with many others including Shae Gill, Abdullah Siddiqui, and Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan.

The Chan Kithan crooner also expressed his disbelief on the wonderful news. "What just happened?" read his caption on the aforementioned post.

The official YouTube channel of Coke Studio also shared a heartwarming video to hail their latest accomplishment. The description of the video included a touching note to their supporters.

"Celebrating your ever-growing love for Pasoori, helping us transcend borders and boundaries and making it a global phenomenon. Congratulations to all of you on helping Pasoori achieve more than 500 Million views across YouTube," said the statement.

Prior to this, Google unveiled the Global Trends for Year in Search 2022, which revealed the viral song Pasoori has beaten BTS's Butter to be the most Googled song in Hum to Search category worldwide this year.

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