Watch: Jemima singing in Urdu is the best thing you’ll see today!


What do Pakistanis love more than thrashing the Indian cricket team onfield with 152/0? Jemima singing in Urdu! The author, in a recent interview with BBC, sang a rhyme she said she would sing to her kids.
In a viral video, Jemima could be seen singing Aao Bachchon Saer Karayen and it’s the cutest thing you will see today! The What’s Love Got To Do With It producer ended the rhyme with Pakistan Zindabad.
Social media users couldn’t help but gush over Jemima’s adorable accent!
Jemima has always spoken about Pakistan with admiration. While attending the Toronto Film Festival for her upcoming production, she had shared, “I lived in Pakistan for 10 years, between the ages of 20-30. I brought up my two sons there. They’re half Pakistani and they’re here with me today.” She adds, proudly. “So, What’s Love Got to do with it, isn’t about my story but it’s definitely about… all the characters in the film are people I met along the way.”
As per The Hollywood Reporter (THR), What’s Love Got To Do With It? serves as a “master class in how to adhere faithfully to the classic romantic-comedy template and yet still emerge with something that delivers delightfully on both sides of the hyphen.”
The outlet adds that the cross-culture confection may not be the first to examine the practice of arranged marriage in the age of Tinder, but Kapur, known previously for his Elizabeth and Banquet Arena, has added a soulful touch, because of which the film hits all the desired marks.