Ghosts used to come after listening to Himesh Reshammiya song 'Jhalak Dikhla Ja'?
The song 'Jhalak Dikhla Ja' from Emraan Hashmi's film 'Aksar' was sung by singer Himesh Reshammiya, about which it was said that ghosts would come when this song was played.
If you belong to the 90s, then you must have definitely seen the hit film 'Aksar' starring Emraan Hashmi and Udita Goswami and Dino Morea of that era. The film was released in the year 2006 and proved to be a big hit at the box office. Not only this, but all the songs of this film were also well-liked, which were given voice by the big singer Himesh Reshammiya of that era. There was also a song 'Jhalak Dikhla Ja' from these songs, which used to be the choice of children and children in those days and used to be on people's lips, but there is a claim related to the ghost about this song. was done.
It was said that ghosts come from the playing of this song because in the last lines of this song comes 'Aaja Aaja', by speaking of which the ghosts come in front of you. Many such rumours got a lot of air at that time. Not only this, people were afraid to listen to this song. This song had become the cause of this fear among the people in the name of inviting ghosts.
People were afraid to sing this song and play it anywhere. If the news is to be believed, similar news related to this song added to the fact that this song is really haunted. Actually, it was said that a 25-year-old man named Feroz Thakor sang this song in a village in Gujarat late in the evening and after 10 days his health started deteriorating.
Not only this, he started doing strange things. After this news came to the fore, his elder brother said while talking about this that 'he had eaten too much that day. Also that normal happened when he was taken to Maulana'. Well, even today this song is played somewhere among the people.
Also, in today's time, there is no fear among the people regarding this song. On the other hand, if we talk about Emraan Hashmi, who worked in the film, then he will soon be seen in films like Salman Khan's films 'Tiger 3', 'Ground Zero', 'Selfie' and 'Father's Day'. are the ones.