Dhinchak Pooja: What happened to India YouTube 'star' videos?

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Dhinchak Pooja was so terrible and great. Who shared Dhinchak Pooja's videos, actually meant or focused the thing about her. Now she is a YouTube Start for millions of audiences. 

Be that as it may, abruptly quite a bit of Indian web sensation Dhinchak Pooja's impressive assortment of work has been wiped off her channel, provoking festival. 

Dhinchak Pooja: What happened to India YouTube 'star' videos?
  Her YouTube page just shows one of her recordings, and among those missing is her hit Selfie Maine Leli Aaj (I have taken a selfie today) which had 20 million perspectives. 


There is no clearness over what happened. 

Tapping on the video interfaces on her Facebook page takes you to a message that says the video is not anymore accessible. 

Some Indian media reports say that the reason seems, by all accounts, to be a copyright asset by somebody named Kathappa Singh, which is again causing giggling in light of the comparability to a character in an Indian blockbuster motion picture. 

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Others say it is on the grounds that the Delhi police were exploring her most recent video Dilon ka Shooter (Shooter of hearts) since it highlighted her riding a bicycle without a protective cap. 

In any case, the way this is the main video still up on her channel appears to toss cool water over that hypothesis. 

Other online networking clients are thinking about whether the whole thing is an attention stunt. 

Be that as it may, the occurrence is one of the most sweltering points on Indian web-based social networking. The vast majority have posted wry tweets, and acclaim for Kathappa Singh is not hard to find. 









Is Dhinchak Pooja a vocalist? 

Commentators say she made no endeavor to sing in order, or even stick to beat. 
In any case, that is accurately what made Dhinchak Pooja so popular. 
Numerous in India contrasted her with US YouTube sensation Rebecca Black, whose intensely autotuned number Friday turned into a noteworthy web hit in 2011. 

Dhinchak Pooja has likewise been contrasted with Pakistani web hit-producer Taher Shah. 

Her melodies and recordings have additionally been "secured" by renowned Indian artists like Sonu Nigam.

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