We were taken aback by the flawless melody and amazing images. The following are a few of the reasons we believe this song has swept the internet.
1) The Lyrics Express Our Thoughts!
Adversity Hain Aarzi… It’s Gonna Be A Good Life – This is only one of several lines that strike a chord with us. Given the world’s recent adversity, these words work their magic to elevate our spirits and enable us to see the silver lining.
2) The Visuals Are Awe-Inspiring!
Similar to the New Pepsi’s flavor, the song video is a pleasurable experience. Interestingly, the video evokes strong Pepsi nostalgia while presenting a new and thrilling image.
The film hooks you from the first frame, and you won’t realize how quickly you’ll become absorbed in its vibrant world of promise.
We give the direction and choreography a ten out of ten. Koshish Karnay Walo Pe Ho Khuda Buhat Mehrbaan! in their own words!
3) The Animations Are Suspicious!
The video is a visual treat, combining live sights with 3D animations. We’ve never seen local music videos explore this art form in such an enthralling way.
The animations have a very childlike quality to them. They are making the song a vehicle for the kids to express themselves.
4) It’s Pervasive.
There is no part of the city where you will not encounter an intriguing billboard showing the new Pepsi motto. Similarly, this song has dominated everyone’s playlist.
Songs are popular everywhere, from celebrities to music charts. After eons, we have discovered a song that expresses our sentiments.
5) A Change Movement.
Despite being such an outspoken voice of positivity, the song is neutral. It is only against the mindset that growth is stifled. It is a rallying cry for everyone to come together and assist one another in seeing beyond preconceived notions.
It’s a means of combating prejudices and biases, and it pushes people to pursue their dreams. This is one of the primary reasons we believe this song will never become outdated or useless.
According to Young Stunners, “we can be many things, but we choose to be ourselves.”