If you are a Social Media user, or a YouTube viewer you might have come across a meme recently. ‘Rasode Me Kon Tha’, is the phrase being used widely everywhere. Today in this article we will unveil the origin of this trend.
Origin of ‘Rasode Me Kon Tha’
Yashraj Mukhate is budding singer/song writer. He is professionally working as a music producer from last 6 years. His work has been recognized and appreciated by music maestros like Salim Merchant, Sachin-Jigar, Benny Dayal, Jasleen Royal, Tony Kakkar etc. He has started a funny music video YouTube channel and he posts some interesting videos on it with a new concept. He creates music videos by converting dialogues into beats. This new concept has recently gained a lot of attention. Yashraj has uploaded a video 5 days ago with title, “Kokila Ben | First World Problems | Dialogue with Beats | Yashraj Mukhate | Gopi Bahu | Raashi”. This is a music video in which a dialogue from the serial ‘Saath Nibhana Saathiya’ is reated on beats. The trending line ‘Rasode me kon tha’ is a part of this dialogue. You can watch the video here:
Why is it trending?
Yashraj Mukhate has been creating such videos since long, but why only this video is trending everywhere? The video has reached 5.2 million views in 5 days. Actually this picked up the trend yesterday when a political spokesperson ‘Sambit Patra’ used the lyrics to target Rahul Gandhi and Congress party.
The lyrics reads like,
Kokila: Kal meri Saaree par Juice Ghira Tha, aur main Dobara Nahane gai thi. Tum chane cooker mein chadhakar mere paas aayi thi, tab Rasode me kon tha? Wahan kon tha? Main This Tum Thi?
Gopi bahu: Rashi Ben
Kokila: Ye Rashi, cooker mein se chane nikal diye, aur khali cooker gas par chadha diya
Sambit Patra on a debate on Aaj tak compares Rashi to Rahul Gandhi and Congress Party to Cooker. This is when the song started hitting the trends and it showed up on Twitter and Instagram.
— sanjay rathore (@Viksa_Patriot) August 25, 2020
In no time #RasodeMeKonTha was trending on Twitter and it is not possible that memers miss out this golden opportunity. So here are some hilarious memes on this trending hashtag.
— YoungUncle (@sahilgupte19) August 26, 2020
— own-battle (@NitinSehdev5) August 25, 2020
— Akela_Trivedi (@prasadjoshi683) August 26, 2020
— 𝐀𝐫𝐣𝐮𝐧 𝐕𝐞𝐫𝐦𝐚 (@ArjunVerma01) August 25, 2020
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