IWMBuzz tells you how Jacqueline Fernandez and Bigg Boss 13 fame Asim Riaz's song 'Mere Angne Mein' crossed 30 million views. Read the story for more details

WOW: Jacqueline Fernandez and Bigg Boss 13 fame Asim Riaz’s ‘Mere Angne Mein’ crosses a whopping 30 million views

Jacqueline Fernandez is a barbie doll when it comes to screen presence and performance. Be it her drop-dead gorgeous looks or her effervescent smile and on-screen charisma, all of it is more than enough to make you fall in love with her. Her latest collaboration with T Series and Bigg Boss fame Asim Riaz titled ‘Mere Angne Mein’ is being loved by all and the song has crossed a whopping 30 Million views.

The song captures the essence of the colourful festival well. The song that hit the T-Series’ digital platforms, has already turned out to be a huge chartbuster. With over 30 million views and counting, Mere Angne Mein is already a huge success for T-Series and Bhushan Kumar. In fact, it was consistently trending at the number 1 spot globally for over 48 hours which is a feat that has not been achieved by any other Indian music video. Jacqueline, on the other hand, has received a lot of praise for her performance.

She plays a princess from the era of 1435 AD and has aced it with her look and her dancing prowess. Whether it’s her royal look or nailing the sword sequence, Jackie looked every bit the princess that we have grown up reading about.

Regarding the success of the song, Jacqueline speaks to the media and we quote,

“I had always loved the concept of Mere Angne Mein. The way the song and the music video were designed, fascinated me. I’m glad I did it since it has worked out so wonderfully well for everyone involved. It was the No.1 song on YouTube since it released and has already clocked over 30 million views which is mind-blowing. I have been receiving several messages for my princess look and people have been loving it. I’m very happy with the response to the song.”

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