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Video Proof That Snapchat Was Invented By An Indian Ghost & Bally Sagoo

From inventing Snapchat to worrying about midnight surcharges - she's done it all.

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If you're a 90's kid, chances are you have seen the music video for Bally Sagoo's remixed version of a 1979 song called Noorie. You probably felt the chills then, but the music was pretty good so you didn't mind a dead woman with a candle, walking the streets of Mumbai at night.

"Bro, I'm literally dead."

"Bro, I'm literally dead."

Long story short, the video starts by showing a gorgeous woman in a white saree with fabulous hair, waking up in a creepy and deserted mansion.

Which makes us question some things. Why is her coffin chilling in the room upstairs and not some place else like idk. UMM buried under the goddamn ground perhaps?

Clearly, someone did not do their job of digging a grave for her to rest in. Speaking of digging, Noorie (yes let's call her that), leaves the huge mansion and is now seen walking past a group of men working in the field, in what appears to be the wee hours of midnight. If this is not shady, I don't know what is.

Just a ghost coming through! We are totally not doing anything illegal.

As she sashays away, they see her footprints in the sand and lo and behold! they are backwards! Clearly, this must be the single most terrifying thing they've seen. Right?


Wrong! This probably happens to them really often because they resume working like they didn't just see a straight up inverted-foot aatma.

Excuse me?

Noorie walks again and this time she is walking by a construction site. There are 2 men just chilling there and they spot this mysterious woman going somewhere with a candle.

They probably wanted to make sure she's safe so they follow her.

Except, this is the 90's, so we can safely assume that the guy on the left is a criminal that has escaped from prison and is roaming the streets with a disguise on. See the giant mole on his face?

Almost didn't recognize ya!

Almost didn't recognize ya!

Noorie is actually just going to a disco where Bally Sagoo is literally remixing the song that's playing in the background.

*cue spooky 'oooooohhh' sounds*

*cue spooky 'oooooohhh' sounds*

She then does this dramatic AF disappearing act there and teleports to the beach. Please remember this. This is very important.

Because in the next scene, she takes a taxi to go to her destination. Yes, a taxi. Guess, teleporting to your destination is still in beta for ghosts.

"Haan madam aapka location kya hai? kya? upside down?"

As soon as she gets in her Uber, the 'For Hire' machine mysteriously goes down to the surprise of the driver. She then looks straight ahead almost as if telepathically telling him to not assume her living or dead status and keep driving.

Also, let's just take some time to give a shout-out to the taxi driver because my mans is super committed to his job. At some point, he also notices that she doesn't really appear in the rear-view mirror but he still keeps on driving.

Appreciate the hustle, brother!

Appreciate the hustle, brother!

After that something insane happens. I didn't really get the memo but apparently, taking a taxi to the railway station was a pretty serious offense in the 90's.

Because the cops arrest her immediately and take her to jail.


At jail, Noorie tries to link her pancard and Aadhar number and faces a technical glitch, as expected.

Error 404: fingerprints not found.

Also fun fact! Noorie by Bally Sagoo is what gave Snapchat co-founders the million dollar idea of disappearing photos.

Who's poor now??

Noorie then goes to the railway station to wait for her dilbar.

which also looks like she is waiting for Bae to text back..

which also looks like she is waiting for Bae to text back..

Unfortunately, the person she is waiting for does not turn up.

and after being stood up by this douchebag on yet another occasion, she walks back home.

Now I know what you're thinking. She could have just taken a cab back home right? Sorry but that's really stupid. Not because she's dead and doesn't have a phone and all that, but the surcharges would have been super high and she simply can't afford to do this every night.


The moral of the story is - Don't expect your friends to care about your plans. You may have planned an elaborate weekend breakfast buffet and excitedly set an alarm for it on Sunday. But chances are, your friends are probably not going to show up.

(Screw you, Sam)

Instead, just go by yourself or even better - don't wake up. Just go back to sleep till they clear their head and apologise.

You can watch the only available copy of the Music Video on Youtube in 240p here:

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