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Dananeer The ‘Pawri Horai Hai’ Girl Hints At A Possible Peshawar Zalmi Collaboration


Social Media’s power of glamorizing a person or an incident is unmatchable. It can turn a short moment into a breaking discussion among the masses and take a person to great heights of fame.

Dananeer Mobeen, a girl from Peshawar who garnered overnight fame for her viral #Pawrihorihai meme is now receiving a lot of attention from brands and followers alike.

Last week, the young influencer’s video had gone viral and had been re-shared thousands of times across all social media platforms. A large number of celebrities jumped on the bandwagon and recreated her viral #Pawrihorihai meme.

The ‘Pawri Hori Hai’ girl Dananeer hints at a possible collaboration with Peshawar Zalmi

Between the ongoing memefest and rants, it seems like talks has been underway between Dananeer and Peshawar Zalmi as she posted a photo on Instagram, hinting at joinin the Zalmi ‘kingdom’.

“Yellow is the official color of the season! 💛 Can you guess what’s coming next? #kingdom” the caption reads.

As it is evidently can be noticed, the caption hints at a possible collaboration between Dananeer and Peshawar Zalmi. Sources has confirmed to PashtoScoop talks with Dananeer areunder way and a final outcome is expected in a few days.

Dananeer recently became an overnight Internet sensation for sharing a four seconds video

When Dananeer Mobin uploaded the video on her Instagram page on 6 February, little did she know that she would become an overnight internet star in both nations.

Here’s the video:

Hashtag on Twitter “#PawriHoRaiHai” came into trending after that and obviously platforms like Facebook and Instagram floated up with some hilarious contents and incredible memes.

Dananeer’s video was of four seconds only and there was nothing quite special about it.  She says: “This is our car, this is us, and this is our party”. The video shows a bunch of young people enjoying themselves.

In the viral video, she says the line in her native Urdu “Yeh humari car hai, Yeh hum hain, aur yeh humari pawri ho rahi hai” (you already know the translation!), swinging the camera around as she speaks to the viewer.

She uses the English word for “party” but pronounces it “pawrty”.

She explains in text below the video that she’s poking fun at “burgers”, who come to visit the northern mountainous parts of Pakistan on holiday.

This video which became a hot topic on every social media platform turned into an amazing trend. Thousands of people and brands recreated the meme by adding their own hilarious touch to it.

Among some famous reenactment includes Romanian musician Akcent, Ali Zafar, Cricketer Hasan Ali, Wasim Akram and Bollywood stars like Randeep Hooda and Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor.

Unlike other viral meme celebrities from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa who rose to fame overnight, this “Pawri” girl has been around for quite some time. She is a social media influencer and her posts usually centre around fashion and make-up. However, the recent viral video also made her a world wide internet sensation.

But as everyone gets in on the action, Dananeer would like to make one thing clear.

“I know how to say party – and I know it is not pawri,” she says.


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Haris Shah

Student of BS Peace and Conflict Studies at NDU, Islamabad.