RJ Malishka Takes A Hilarious Dig At BMC, Comes Back With A Song On Mumbai Rains

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Published by Vijay Singh on 18 Jul 2018

Malishka Mendonza is one of the famous RJs of our country. The RJ was last year in news when she took a dig at BMC during monsoon season. A song “Sonu” crooned by her went viral on the social media and became an instant hit among the viewers.

She had come up with her own version and had made fun of BMC. And now, the famous RJ is back yet again with another version which describes the bad situation of the Mumbaikars during rains.

This time she has highlighted the bad condition of Mumbai’s roads.

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Malishka’s latest video is a recreation of famous Marathi song ZINGAAT. In the song she is seen trolling BMC by saying MUMBAI GELI KHADYAAT i.e. Mumbai is under potholes.

Mumbai has always faced troubles during monsoons, with commuters facing issues of potholes and traffic jams.

Take a look at the video here:

In fact, most of the fatal accidents happen due to these potholes itself. The hilarious music video sheds light on the mishaps that happened during monsoon seasons.

Whenever it rains heavily in Mumbai, we see celebrities as well as common people complaining about the issues on the social media. However, no action has been taken against all this.

Twitter always floods with hilarious memes and takes a dig at BMC.

Well, we hope Malishka’s song creates awareness and proves to be an eye-opener for all.

Talking about Malishka, apart from RJing, she has acted in Tumhari Sulu which starred Vidya Balan in the lead role. She also trained her when Vidya played the role of an RJ in 2006 Bollywood film Lage Raho Munnabhai.

Malishka entered the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa in the 7th season. She has also appeared as a guest in Bigg Boss in many seasons as well.

Malishka’s show Morning No 1 with Malishka has won the Best Breakfast Programme/Show (Hindi) at the Indian Excellence in Radio Awards in 2010.

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