This ‘Shape Of You’ Spoof Is Too Relatable For ‘Indian Bahus’

Ever since the Ed Sheeran’s single ‘Shape Of You’ had hit the shores, it has been on everyone’s mind. People from all around the world have come up with their own spoofs and work. From the time of its release, the song has been under constant creative construction from people across the globe.

Till now, the song has numerous of work and has become the subject of an experiment for the creative thinkers. And in the latest video that is been going viral is relatable in every aspect.

Now, a Pakistani version of this catchy tune has gone viral for all the right reason. Most of the people will find it relatable in the Indian sub-continent.The song which goes “Always wanted a slave like you. You push; I pull like magnets do,” The song rightly sums-up the tense relationship between ‘Saas-Bahu.’

The song which goes “Always wanted a slave like you. You push; I pull like magnets do,” The song rightly sums up the tense relationship between ‘Saas-Bahu.’The song, ‘

The song, ‘Slave-Like You,’ kick off with the aunty searching a ‘rishta’ for his son. But fret not ’cause you can always “come over and start up a conversation with ammi, and trust me I’ll give a rishta.”

But it’s not until the song goes “I’m singing like, bahu it’s to go on the stove. Your roti was made for somebody like me,” that it starts to really tug at your heart strings.

The video has already gotten over 55k views. Here is the full video shared on the Facebook page of Soul Sisters Pakistan:

Ed Sheehan's 'Shape of you Parody' – Slave like you

If Ed Sheeran was an evil saas, this would be his song. Presenting: "Always wanted a slave like you" (Parody: Shape of you) 🙈Don't forget to 'like' and 'share'. 😉Disclaimer: This isn't obviously for all saases. ✌Instagram: @kanwalfulSnapchat: kanwalful.live#KahaniAbhiTakAlmostHarGharKi

Posted by Soul Sisters Pakistan on Sunday, 30 April 2017

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