Dhinchak Pooja
Dhinkchak Pooja in her latest music vide. Pic/YouTube

India’s very own viral sensation, Dhinchak Pooja is gone – from YouTube atleast. The viral sensation and songstress’ videos were deleted by YouTube due to a copyright infringement (nope, we are serious).

Reports say that the copywrite infringement was reported by one Kathappa Singh. While we are still scratching our heads about why in the world someone would actually claim Pooja’s ear splitting, off-note and off-key music as his own, we guess to each his own.

Dhinchak Pooja became famous for her cringe-worthy music that she posted on YouTube. Her songs like 'Swag Wali Topi' and 'Selfie Maine Le Li Aaj' aren’t there on YouTube (yes, we checked) but just the memory of the badly shot and terrible music has everyone jumping for joy at the news.
Her songs were so bad, they became a viral sensation. So much so, that even Sonu Nigam tried his hand at Pooja’s latest song ‘Dilon ka Scooter’. 

Incidentally, Dhinchak Pojja’s 'Dilon Ka Shooter', which was released on 'public demand', has not been deleted and still exists for your listening pleasure.

This news created quite a buzz on the internet and the world of Twitter was abuzz with reactions of joy about the videos being deleted. Of course there were some digs at Kathappa (a villain in Bahubali),saying that the people he kills do come back.

All this hype around the 'unique' singer makes us wonder if the lady has a really smart PR machine behind her – making this a new way to fuel viewership to another 'amazing' song by her.

Here are some great Twitter reactions she got: