People Are Brutally Trolling Momina And Ahad For Ruining The Iconic “Ko Ko Korina” Song

By Maham Lari | 20 Oct, 2018

Ahad Raza Mir made his anticipated debut with Momina Mustehsan and sang the catchy rendition of the famous ‘Ko Ko Korina.’ Originally the song was sung by Ahmed Rushdi – the man who changed the face of playback singing in Pakistan 35 years ago.

 

Ahad and Momina both look pretty comfortable and are enjoying themselves while swaying to the beguiling and catchy melody.

Source: Coke Studio

The listeners, however, didn’t quite sit well with the rendition. Since after the release of the song, two very apparent groups have come forth; the first angry ones who think Coke Studio messed up pretty badly. And the second who are just turning to listen to the original version to give solace to their ears. Anyone having a different opinion than these two is just deemed to be in denial because they’re die-heart fans of Ahad and Momina.

The internet is pretty clear on what it thinks of the Ahad-Momina version of Ko Ko Korina. 

 

The memes are definitely not coming slow.

 

And some people are playing the politics card lol

 

Some rathe distasteful jokes have also been cracked.

 

People are also trolling those who think the song was actually good.

 

Even questioning why Ahad is singing in the first place

 

The guys are particularly very happy though for obvious reasons.

 

And some are turning to the old version of Ko Ko Korina for comfort.

 

Hmmmm.

 

What do YOU think about this rendition? Do you like it? Do you hate it? Vote and share your opinion:

 

Sajal Aly Just Praised Ahad Raza Mir’s Version Of “Ko Ko Korina” And Inko Shaadi Kar Leni Chahiye

 

Ahad Raza Mir Just Sang “Ko Ko Korina” With Momina Mustehsan And It’s Divided The Internet

 

 

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