What is ‘Yalgaar’? The giant ‘BOLD RED’ title by one of the most successful YouTube influencers named ‘CarryMinati’ means ‘attack’. The strong lyrics sung straight from the heart conveys a throbbing comeback that shows passion and spirit without giving up and fighting to seek vengeance against all the wrong happenings. Behind this diss lies a heated conflict among social media influencers working on different video platforms, namely ‘Tik Tok’ (now banned in India) and ‘YouTube’. Similarly, out of the digital world, arises one other conflict between two of the most populous nations, which are ‘India’ and ‘China’. Modi government has announced a digital ‘Yalgaar’ on China by banning 59 apps.
These two countries are in a land dispute happening at the Galwan valley that lies on the north side of India, situated in Leh-Ladakh. The LAC divides the two nations, and on each of its side stands the heroes, fighting for the welfare of their countries. This is where the two conflicting situations intersect, which is happening among digital creators, and the other one is happening among the saviors of the nation. This led to heated conflict and both the countries got violent.
The video made by an influencer ‘CarryMinati’ broke all the records and went on to become the most liked video on YouTube along with many other records. On the other hand, the wrongdoings by China such as attacking the 20 Indian soldiers brought a huge loss to our nation. This is where the residents of our nation took a decision to ‘Boycott China‘ and support the ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ movement. All the residents of India praised this step taken by our Prime Minister. While on the digital side, CarryMinati gained more than 9 million subscribers in just a few days. Everything was going well, until there came a shocking ban on that video, because of the usage of strong language. This is where the atmosphere turned silent, people went speechless, they all sympathized him, and deep down felt bad for him, and on this side, Modi government also took a stern step to put a ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps.
This also included the ban of Tik Tok, which actually delivered justice to CarryMinati. Meanwhile, CarryMinati was broken, scared, and anxious about what would happen next, and this is how ‘YALGAAR‘ (meaning ‘an attack’) was born.
And here, Puzzilla team came up with ‘Yalgaar Song Spoof‘ that is a parody of the conflict taking place between the two nations. It indicates Yalgaar of India vs China. The Prime Minister of our country Narendra Modi and President of China Xi Jinping mimic the present scenario of both the countries.
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