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Popular Bollywood star Shabir Ahluwalia, who is known everywhere in Ghana for playing a lead role in Kumkum Bhagya, was spotted in a viral video twerking to the sensational song titled 'Touch It' by award winning Ghanaian Hiplife artiste Kidi.
This song was uploaded on YouTube just four months ago and has since generated 7.5million views, which is quite impressive. The song is currently one of the biggest we have now in Ghana, and is doing quite well in Africa, and the world at large. Since it crossed boarders, more people who relate easily with the song at least perform some dance moves with it and share it across social media.
A few days ago, some Bollywood actors were also spotted dancing to the song while making hilarious moves. From the beat to the lyrics of the song is very relatable and unique on the markets.
In a fresh video spotted online, the famous TV star who played a lead role in Ghana's first Twi Novela, Kumkum Bhagya, who was known as Abhi, has also joined the sensation to spice it up. It feels so amazing, and for sure, Kidi will be very happy seeing the international icon dancing to his song.
The Bollywood movie icon, Shabir Ahluwalia was seen singing and dancing to the song with two of his fellow stars in the Bollywood Movie Industry.
This obviously is a big win for Kidi, and Ghana Music Industry as well. We hope that they will continue to work hard for Ghana.
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