Disappointed or relieved? Dhinchak Pooja videos taken off YouTube, thanks to Kathappa
Internet singing sensation Dhinchak Pooja’s videos have been deleted from Youtube after alleged copyright violation but here’s why social media is hailing ‘Kathappa’ this time.entertainment Updated: Jul 12, 2017 18:54 IST
Dhinchak Pooja fans suffered a rude shock on Tuesday evening after viral videos of the ‘singing sensation’ were deleted from her YouTube channel.
Dhinchak Pooja, who crooned songs like ‘Selfie maine le li aaj’, ‘Swag wali topi’ and ‘Dilon ka shooter’, took the internet by storm with her videos garnering over a million hits almost instantaneously. Her videos, despite the ‘cringeworthy’, ‘off-tune’ and other labels, became quite a rage and spurred even popular Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam to give them a shot.
According to reports, her videos were taken off YouTube after a user ‘Kathappa Singh’ allegedly reported her songs for copyright violation. Her latest video ‘Dilon ka shooter’, which she came up with after ‘public demand’ is still out there, though.
While it is unclear who this Kathappa is, the ‘Bahubali’ namesake is already being hailed as a saviour on social media sites, with some even invoking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promised ‘Achhe din’ slogan to drive home the moment of solace.
Apparently after killing Baahubali, Katappa has now killed Dhinchak Pooja? All her videos have been deleted from youtube 😔 pic.twitter.com/kbA3KBFsdo— Od (@odshek) July 11, 2017
Youtube Removed All Official Videos Of Dhinchak Pooja From Her Channel. This Is So Unfair & Demotivational :(— Sultan (@SultanOfficials) July 11, 2017
All of Dhinchak Pooja's YouTube videos are deleted now b'cos of a copyright claim by "Kathappa Singh", proves that Katappa is a true hero.— Amaan Ali Khan (@amaanofficial1) July 12, 2017
Indians have finally forgiven Kathappa for killing Bahubali because Kathappa (Singh) made Dhinchak Pooja delete all her videos.— Memesaab (@picky_tai) July 12, 2017
Dhinchak Pooja has deleted all her songs from YouTube.— Tanishq Malhotra (@tanishqmalhotra) July 11, 2017
Acche din have finally arrived! pic.twitter.com/RMIp8q4OuF
Meanwhile, with the complainant’s identity remaining unknown, a question that lingers this time- Why did Kathappa kill ‘Dhinchak Pooja’ videos?