Shweta Basu Prasad, who made news sometime ago for her alleged involvement in a prostitution racket in Hyderabad, is back with a bang as she features in funny boys’ All India Bakchod’s latest video, ‘Creep Qawwali’.
The song ‘Mere creep se creepy koi nahi hai’ is basically all about the boys on social media, especially found on Ustad Zuckerberg’s Facebook and whose texts make it to the ‘other folder’ of the girls on the social networking site.
With their constant requests for ‘fraandship’ and repeated flattering of how ‘gr888888’ you look, these ‘th*** boys’ never seem to get the message, refusing to take no for an answer.
In the video, Shweta and actress Mansi Multani battle it out as they compete for the top slot for their respective creeps, only to find that the so-called admirer who is tagging them in his profile pictures and stalking them, is in fact one and the same creep – Suresh Kumar.
Happily, the girls realise that they’re both right as they joyfully sing, ‘humare creep se creepy koi creep nahi hai’.
‘Creep Qawwali’ is made under AIB’s new advertising initiative, ‘Vigyapanti’, whose basic brief is ‘to make small brands massive’.