Dhaaga Song From TVF's Aspirants Reminds Twitterati Of Yeh Meri Family But They Aren't Complaining

Moumita Bhattacharjee
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"Dhaaga" song from TVF's Aspirants is going viral. The soft lilting music and moving lyrics have deeply touched everyone who watched the show. But it also reminded them of TVF's other show Yeh Meri Family. The reason being "Dhaaga "was used in that series as well and people have managed to make the connection. None of them, however, are angry or miffed with the fact that the same song has been used in two series. In fact, they are surprised how beautifully "Dhaaga " fits in both the context. The song is sung by Nilotpal Bora. Top 5 Movie Streaming Apps on Google Play Store: SonyLIV, TVF Play, Airtel Xstream, MX Player & Amazon Prime Video

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TVF Aspirants is a recent series which talks about job aspirants and the many exams one has to crack. "Dhaaga" has been used here to show the reaction of a guy waiting to crack the UPSC exams. The downpour just adds a perfect metaphor to what he is feeling.

Check out Dhaaga from Aspirants here...

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Now check out the same song in Yeh Meri Family

Here's the reaction of people on Twitter...

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On loop

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It's familiar

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Dhaaga spreading happiness

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Happy ending please

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When the audience doesn't complain about a song being used in another content piece, that should be considered as the biggest compliment. Bollywood filmmakers can learn so much from this.