Kaifi Khalil, the emerging singer from Pakistan, has struck gold with his super hit song “Kahani Suno 2.0”, which is now enjoying immense popularity across the globe. The song has amassed more than 125 million views on YouTube and has been covered and performed by numerous fans and artists. It is creating a sensation everywhere and even singers from other countries are doing their own renditions of the track.
The renowned Dutch singer Emma Heesters has recently performed a captivating rendition of “Kahani Suno”, the popular Pakistani song. With a massive following of 5.8 million subscribers on YouTube and 1.7 million followers on Instagram, Emma is a well-known figure in the music industry. Her take on the song has been received with great enthusiasm by her fans and followers.
It is worth noting that “Kahani Suno” has also been covered by the talented Pakistani female singer Aima Baig. The song has also been featured as the soundtrack for the popular drama serial “Mujhe Pyaar Hua Tha” on Ary Digital. Additionally, it has become a popular choice among the youth in Pakistan, with many attempting to sing it in their own style. Interestingly, many listeners find the song relatable and can connect with its emotional themes, which could be a significant factor behind its immense success.
To listen to the song Kahani Suno 2.0 in the voice of the Dutch singer, click on the link below and watch the full video.
Upon the Dutch singer’s cover of the song going viral on social media, there was a mixed response from Kaifi Khalil’s fans. While some were displeased with hearing the song in someone else’s voice besides Kaifi’s, others appreciated Emma Heesters’ take on the track and showed support for the artist.
Let’s take a look at the interesting comments people shared on social media after the video went viral.
Guys, it is not right that you criticized your own female artist.
It is wonderful to hear that the Urdu language song has gained popularity and recognition beyond Pakistan’s borders, and this is certainly a testament to the success of the song and its creators.
A woman named Momina did not like the Dutch singer’s accent, everything else will be fine.
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