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Watch: This desi spoof of Jonas Brothers’ new ‘Sucker’ video is going viral

Likening the 'Sucker' video to hit 90's film Hum Saath Saath Hai, one placed the Hindi film's title track on Jonas Brother's latest video and it created a huge buzz online.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 2, 2019 5:49:11 pm
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The Jonas Brothers are back after a five-year hiatus and fans are overjoyed to have the pop group back together. Less than 24 hours after announcing their reunion, the trio released their new single ‘Sucker’, and it has not only taken the Internet by storm but also rocketed to number one position on the US iTunes sales chart and garnered 15 million views on song’s YouTube video, trending on top there too.

As the fans were excited to see the trio — Nick, Joe, and Kevin together, Netizens went crazy when they released that the trio’s partners– Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner and Danielle Jonas– are the actual stars of the new Jonas Brothers video.

And desi fans couldn’t stop participating in the bandwagon too and one even created a spoof video giving it a Bollywood twist. As the love between the brothers and their partners in the ‘Sucker’ wowed people across the globe, one desi found it too close to home. Likening it to hit 90’s film Hum Saath Saath Hain, one placed the Hindi film’s title track on Jonas Brother’s latest video and it created a huge buzz online.

Soon, social media flooded with fan arts and fans used gifs and memes to express how excited they were that the Jonas Brothers were putting out new music. The new video has triggered meme-fest online and it’s quite hilarious. Here are some of the funniest reactions online.

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