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HARD KAUR IS ALL SET TO MAKE AUNTIES DANCE WITH 'AUNTY DANCE KAR'

By Geetika Raleh . 19th October 2018 02:00pm

Hard Kaur is one mesmerizing singer, actress, and a lyricist, who has not set any kind of limitation for herself. She has composed multi-lingual beat songs in Punjabi, English, and Hindi. Other than singing, she has also shown her acting talent in movies like Patiala House, Johnny Gaddar and Ugly Aur Pagli.

She began her career as a rapper in 2007 with the song ‘Move Your Body’ which was a massive hit number. The audience loved the song and went all gaga over it. Later she also did another number titled ‘Lucky Boy’ for Bachna Ae Haseeno. The song featured Bipasha Basu. She went on contributing to the entertainment industry of Bollywood and Pollywood with her music and songs.

She gave songs like Main Tera Dhadkan Teri, Laung Da Lashkara, Rola Pe Gaya, Sadda Dil Vi Tu. The last song that she sang was ‘Kaar Fankaara’ for the movie OK Jaanu which was released in 2017.

But the multi-talented UK Asian Award winner is all set to make everyone dance to her tunes. She shared the poster of her new song titled ‘Aunty Dance Kar’. The poster is out of the world and has literally blown our minds away. Unlike the usual posters of the songs, it is an animated one with an aunty in it. The song will be released under Zee Music Co.


The ‘aunty’ in the poster is breaking all the stereotypical norms about an aunty and is seen sitting on the chair like she has no care in the world. She has a cigarette in one hand and a mic in her other hand. Talk about her fashion style, she is wearing a suit with a dupatta which is covering half of her head, and she is wearing green bright colored shoes.

The ‘aunty’ in the poster is not at all similar to any aunty we see in our day-to-day lives. She looks funky and her style statement is something that really makes us scratch our minds wondering what the song would be all about.

But one thing which we are sure of is the fact that the song will be a sick number, just like its poster. And the audience will definitely not get enough of it anytime soon.