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Newzealand Police Dance On Badshah Song Kar Gayi Chull Video Hits On Internet

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Newzealand Police has done a bang dance on Badshah’s songs

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The craze of Bollywood’s famous singer Badshah is being seen not only in India but also abroad. Often, people are seen in foreign countries also snorting on the king’s songs. Recently, a video is becoming very viral on social media, in which Newzealand Police is seen trembling on the emperor’s songs on the special occasion of Diwali. This video has been shared by Filmfare with his Instagram account, which has been seen more than 2 lakh times so far. In the video, for the Diwali celebrations, the New Zealand Police first danced to the chull and after this, she was seen on black glasses.

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In this video shared by Filmfare, it is seen that on the special occasion of Diwali, the New Zealand Police starts dancing on the previously performed Chul Song, in which their dance and dance steps are really worth watching. After this, the song of the New Zealand Police King is seen dancing on black glasses. His style in the video looks really praiseworthy. Seeing this video, the fans themselves are not tired of praising the New Zealand Police, as well as their style too.

Sharing this video, Filmfare wrote, “Love for Bollywood goes beyond the odds. In New Zealand, the Police Force celebrates Diwali on Bollywood’s party numbers.” Let me tell you that this is not the first time that New Zealand police has found a craze on Indian songs. Earlier, Neeru Bajwa also shared a video, in which the police were seen shrieking on the song of the film Shada.

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