Tuesday, March 2
       
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Bhaad Mein Jaa 2020 : A Funny Qawwali by Shabba Khair Qawwali Group

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Bye Bye 2020 welcome 2021 : A new song “Bhaad Mein Jaa 2020” by a HomeTime Clearly Describes the Year 2020 is making into Viral Song List of 2020.

This Song is the perfect combination of a funny, emotional and qawwali Song which has also clearly explained how the year 2020 Went for all of us.

2020 was not so good for all but this qawwali made everone’s day. The music and the way the song is presented is really amazing to listen and watch.

Good bye 2020 : The video song sees four animated characters singing qawwali in a humourous manner. The song covered some of the major events of the year which made headlines like the untimely demise of actors, the India-China border dispute, locust attack, migrant labours suffering, pollution, earthquake, farmer protest and more.

Watch/Listen to Bhaad Mein Jaa 2020 Song :

2020 Bhaad Mein Jaa Lyrics :

Haaye ab tu bata tujhe kyu yaad rakhu o 2020
Are kasht diye hai tune plenty plenty
Oh 2020 tera yun jana
Yaad rakhne ke kaabil nahi hai
tune humko jo inta sataya
Oh bhool jane ke kaabil nhi hai,Oh 2020 tera yun jana

Oh ja Bhaad Mein Jaa Bhaad Mein Jaa, Kyu yaad rakhu tujhko tune to bada sataya

Do mahine warm up kiya march me march karaya
April me tune sitare dikhaye
Kuch sitare juda bhi karvaye
May mein hindi Chini lad rahe the
Kite khaa tidde charr rahe the
Ekdum aaye bada kashat de gye
Fassle hamari nashat kar gye
Ab tu hi bata tujhe yaad karun kiyu 2020
Ab jis caal pe baitha hu pehne huye anti
Is furniture ke saath mano sagayi ho gyi
Aur sagi biwi bhi parayi ho gyi.

This funny qawwali that perfectly describes the year 2020 which is finally coming to an end.

We know 2020 has been a pretty wild ride so let’s bid adieu to this year with a twist and enjoy this funny qawali song that re-iterates why we must “not remember 2020”.

Currently there is not much information available about the creators/singers/writers of the songs. But the Video is hosted on a Youtube channel named “HomeTime” and was also shared by No One Cares.