This is now an Ali Sethi and Shae Gill fan club, because Coke Studio’s Pasoori has our heart.

Talk about giving us another hit that we can listen to while meeting our deadlines and Coke Studio never disappoints! We all have our own Coke Studio playlist that we cannot help but groove to. We love it not only for all the amazing covers of our favourite Bollywood songs but also because it has introduced us to some incredible folk songs that have now become our favourites. Coke Studio also made us familiar with artists who we would have otherwise missed out on. The latest edition to this is the song Pasoori by Ali Sethi and Shae Gill.

A combination of Urdu and Punjabi, the term Pasoori means angst in Punjabi and talks about finding hope while the broken faces torment. It beautifully romanticises the grief of a lover’s loss and encourages one to focus on the light at the end of the tunnel. Considering what we went through in the past two years, the song makes perfect sense. And the millions listening to the song on repeat only proves the fact. Pasoori was written by Ali Sethi and Fazal Abbas. Xulfi composed and produced the song along with electropop artist Abdullah Siddiqui, the associate producer on this year’s Coke Studio edition.

It was released in February and now has over 47 million views. Everything about the song is perfection giving us another reason to fall in love with music. While the artists mesmerised us with their soulful voices, the visuals, lyrics and sticky music leave an impact that hits right in our souls. We can gladly say that Shae Gill and Ali Sethi have taken the mantle of Internet’s new favourites from AP Dhillion. The song has taken the hotspot on Instagram’s trend list and we’re all ears! Apart from being a hit on YouTube, the song has also made its way to Instagram Reels. People are sharing their choreography, cover versions, and also using it as background music for their aesthetic videos.

Check them out!

Listen to the song here:

If you’re listening to it for the first time, welcome to the club.

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