Mumbai, October 13 (CINEWS): Shweta Basu Prasad, who made news at some point prior for her claimed contribution in a prostitution racket in Hyderabad, is back with a blast as she components in amusing young men’s All India Bakchod’s most recent video, ‘Creep Qawwali’.
The tune ‘Unimportant wet blanket se frightens koi nahi hai’ is essentially about the young men on online networking, particularly found on Ustad Zuckerberg’s Facebook and whose writings make it to the ‘next organizer’ of the young ladies on the informal communication website.
With their consistent solicitations for “fraandship” and rehashed complimenting of how “gr888888” you look, these ‘th*** young men’s never appear to get the message, declining to take no for an answer.
In the video, Shweta and performer Mansi Multani fight it out as they vie for the top opening for their separate downers, just to find that the supposed admirer who is labeling them in his profile pictures and stalking them, is truth be told one and the same killjoy – Suresh Kumar.
Cheerfully, the young ladies understand that they’re both perfectly fine happily sing, ‘humare creep se dreadful koi creep nahi hai’.
‘Creep Qawwali’ is made under AIB’s new publicizing activity, ‘Vigyapanti’, whose essential brief is ‘to make little brands gigantic’.