Singer Ali Zafar reacts to the viral video of the students who had written his song in the physics exam. A video of a student writing the song Dil Jhoom Kare by Ali Zafar in the intermediate physics exam is making rounds on social media.
A teacher checking the paper of the student released a one-and-half-minute video in which he showed that the student wrote the lyrics of Ali Zafar’s Jhoom in response to a question on Newton in a Physics paper. The student started off his answer by saying that he is hurt because he is not going to do well in the exam and then wrote the lyrics of the song.
“Bara Khatarnak paper Diya hai, Qasam sai dil dukhta hai,” the student said in the answer. “Meri Jan maine tujhe dekha hastay huae gallon mai, Baybus Khayalon mai, Nadiyon mai Naalon mai…” he wrote in answer, covering at least two pages of the answer sheet.
یہ وائرل وڈیو وٹسُ ایپ میں موسول ہوئی۔ میری طالب علموں سے التجا ہے کہ میرے گیتوں میں physics نہ تلاش کریں اگرچہ دیکھا جائے تو physics تو اس گانے کے اشعار سمیت ہر جگہ ہی موجود ہے۔ لیکن پھر پڑھائ کے وقت پڑھائی اور اساتذہ کا احترام کریں۔ 😇 pic.twitter.com/vjl4Mbo5Pw
— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) December 27, 2022
The paper-checker said that the student wrote the song to deceive the paper-checker. The student also cursed Isaac Newton for introducing Physics.
In the answer, he said that he is not interested in clearing the question as he does not know the answer because he slept during the lectures.
The video appeared on several social media pages, garnering immense reactions and views. It also reached the singer Ali Zafar as well.
He posted the video on his Twitter account with a message that read, “This viral video was posted on the WhatsApp app. I request my students not to look for physics in my songs, even though physics is everywhere, including in the lyrics of this song,” said Ali Zafar. The singer also advised students to respect the teaching and teachers while studying at the end of his tweet.