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Nora Fatehi’s ‘Kusu Kusu’ is a badbudaar song, Tamilians explain

Mumbai: Every time Nora Fatehi makes an appearance in a particular song, you know that song is going to be lit. A new video featuring the diva has caused a storm where she can be seen making her signature belling dancing moves. The song ‘Kusu Kusu’ from the upcoming film Satyameva Jayate 2 is already making waves but it has hit a different cord with the Tamilians.

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Wearing a glittery outfit and showing her signature belly dance moves in Kusu Kusu, Nora Fatehi as usual, is burning the dance floor with her killer moves. But Tamilians who have watched the songs, have a different explanation to the song’s lyrics.

The title of the song is ‘Kusu Kusu’ and ‘Kusu’ translates to ‘fart’ in Tamil. Even though it is pronounced as ‘Kusu’ in Tamil language, the word ‘fart’ does directly translate to ‘Kusu’ and even Google translator has directly translated the same, courtesy with a Tamil-speaker.

As soon as the song was released, Tamilians had a good laugh over the song, and we admit, the song  is truly ‘badbudaar’ now, courtesy Google translator.



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