Mumbai: Dhinchak Pooja’s ‘melodious’ voice couldn’t help her extend her stay inside the house of Bigg Boss 11. After a brief stint, she was out of house, and now, she wants to be a part of a musical show.
The wannabe singer, who is unintentionally funny, recently took to her Facebook page to express her desire to be a part of MTV Unplugged.
She posted a video in which she asks her fans to share the video so that it reaches MTV.
In the video, she says, “Yo people. Suna hai MTV wale Unplugged ke liye ek singer ko dhoondh rahe hain. Mujhe behetar koi ho sakta hai kya. Dhinchak Pooja stage par aag laga degi...aag. Main wahan par apna sabse favourite gana perform kerna chahti hoon.” Then she sings ‘Selfie Maine Le Li yaar’.
She concludes by saying. “Friends, mera video itna share karein ki MTV walon tak pahunch jaye. Yo.”
Here’s the translation: “Yo people. I heard MTV people are looking for singer for Unplugged. Can anyone be better than me? Dhinchak Pooja will set the stage on fire. I will sing my most favourite song there.” .” Then she sings ‘Selfie Maine Le Li yaar’.
She concludes by saying, “ Friends, share my video as many times as you can so that it reaches MTV people.”
After getting evicted from Bigg Boss, Dhinchak Pooja, during an interaction with media said, “Yes, I want to be a part of Bollywood. I would like to try my hands at acting. Let's see what offers come to me.”
Dhinchak, whose real name is Pooja Jain, hails from East Delhi in the national capital, and first came up with the song Swag waali topi.
Dhinchak's claim to fame are songs that have been dubbed "bad". Yet, tracks like Selfie mainai leli aaj and Daaru went viral on digital platforms.
Does she purposely sing in such a manner to gain eyeballs on social media platforms?
"No. No money has been spent on music and beat... That's why it seems funny. The kind of lyrics I know, I write... And even if I put money and it doesn't come out well, then also it wouldn't seem right," said the 23-year-old.
The Bapu dede thoda cash singer says she wants to do something unique.
"I wanted to do something different. So I created something that people liked in a funny way... Whatever it was, they liked it," she added.
Asked if the negative remarks about her singing skills and videos affect her, Dhinchak said: "No. I don't feel bad. I don't pay attention (to all this).
(With IANS inputs)