Holi mein GST jor ke: Nirahua aka Dinesh Lal Yadav’s Bhojpuri Holi song with Amrapali Dubey nears 5 million views on YouTube

The peppy Bhojpuri song starring the Bhojpuri film industry superstars Nirahua and Amrapali Dubey captures the festive spirit of Holi while referring to the menace of dowry.

Holi mein GST jor ke: Nirahua aka Dinesh Lal Yadav’s Bhojpuri Holi song with Amrapali Dubey nears 5 million views on YouTube

Popular Bhojpuri actor-singer and former Bigg Boss contestant Dinesh Lal Yadav, popularly knows as Nirahua, came up with his latest Holi song on February 15. The song, ‘Holi Mein GST Jor Ke’ is a rage on social media. The viral song has garnered more than 4.9 million views on YouTube till now, and is expected to soon cross the 5 million mark.

The peppy Bhojpuri song starring the Bhojpuri film industry superstars captures the festive spirit of Holi while referring to the menace of dowry, adding an element of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

In the song, the groom side is demanding a dowry of Rs 10 lakh plus GST. It has been sung by Nirahua himself and Priyanka Singh and the music is by Madhukar Anand. The lyricist of the song is Pyarelal Yadav.

The video was published on YouTube by Nirahua Music World on February 15, 2018, and has garnered 4,942,151 views till now. The video features other Bhojpuri superstars like Manoj Singh Tiger and Sanjay Pandey.

Holi Mein GST Jor Ke' takes a sly dig at how the evil practice of dowry is still prevalent in our society and can be tackled with if the people involved decide to bring it down. The video also features other Bhojpuri superstars like Manoj Singh Tiger and Sanjay Pandey.

Dinesh Lal Yadav was seen in celebrity reality TV show 'Bigg Boss' season 6 as a participant. He has a huge fan following and is loved by the people for his act on the big screens.

The theme of the video is Goods and Services Tax (GST) and dowry, against which the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar has launched an offensive. He had even organised a human chain campaign against the dowry menace recently starting from Gandhi Maidan in Patna and expanding to all parts of the state.

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