The internet has a new obsession, and it's not what you'd expect. After the sensational (and somewhat bewildering-read outright crazy) hit "Bado Badi", Chahat Fateh Ali Khan is back with another track that's got everyone talking - "Pao Pao Pao". And by talking, we mean a mix of fascination, confusion, and a collective plea for respite from the ongoing cringe-fest.

Chahat Fateh Ali Khan, a name now synonymous with bizarrely catchy tunes, has managed to outdo himself. "Bado Badi" had us scratching our heads, wondering how something so strange could be so addictive. Just when we thought we had seen it all, he drops "Pao Pao Pao", and the internet can't seem to decide whether to laugh, cry, or just hit the repeat button.

"Pao Pao Pao" follows in the footsteps(only worse), delivering a crazy blend of catchy beats, stupid lyrics, and a music video that's an assault on the senses. The song's rapid rise to viral status has been fueled by a wave of memes, parody videos, and social media posts from bewildered netizens.

The reactions to "Pao Pao Pao" have been nothing short of hilarious. Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok are flooded with comments from people who can't seem to get the song out of their heads despite desperately wanting to.

Memes have become the primary mode of expression for fans and critics alike. From comparing the song to the musical equivalent of bad junk food to creating elaborate dance challenges, the internet is having a field day.

If you thought the song itself was a wild ride, wait until you see the music video. Chahat Fateh Ali Khan has elevated the crazy in the visual department as much as the music.

Check out Chahat Fateh Ali Khan's 'Pao Pao Pao' Video:


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Watch Video of 'Pao Pao Pao' Song By Chahat Fateh Ali Khan:

Love it or hate it, there's no denying that "Pao Pao Pao" has people hooked. In a world where going viral often equates to instant fame, Chahat Fateh Ali Khan has hit the jackpot. Why do we keep coming back for more? Perhaps it's the sheer absurdity or the simple fact that 'Pao Pao' is unlike anything we've seen or heard before.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jun 18, 2024 11:02 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website