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Mumbai Police band plays Egyptian song Ya Mustafa after Srivalli; excellent, says internet

Updated on: 11 April,2022 10:17 PM IST  |  Mumbai
mid-day online correspondent |

Mumbai Police band named 'Khaki Studio' had recently surprised the internet users with its outstanding performance on Srivalli from the film Pushpa

Mumbai Police band plays Egyptian song Ya Mustafa after Srivalli; excellent, says internet

Screengrab. Picture/Mumbai Police YouTube Channel


The Mumbai Police band, 'Khaki Studio', which recently surprised the netizens with its outstanding rendition of Srivalli from the film Pushpa: The Rise, is garnering praise for its yet another melodious performance. The band on Monday released the cover of the famous Egyptian song 'Ya Mustafa' on its YouTube channel Khakhi Studio, here.






The description in the video says, "Ya Mustafa is a well-known multilingual song from Egypt, composed by famous Egyptian musician Mohamed Fawzi, to feature in an Egyptian movie, and which has then been recorded in many different languages for its unique and catchy tunes.Several different versions, including parodies, have been recorded. The song first became popular in Europe with the help of singer Bob Azzam, who released it in 1960 in France.”

Several social media users commented on the video, calling it excellent and melodious. The band in the past has performed on several Bollywood hits and even on the theme music of James Bond films using musical instruments, such as flute, saxophone, trumpet, etc. 

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