BTS saif ali khan twist

BTS’ latest track Butter has been breaking a lot of records in the first two days of its release itself. Besides being the fastest music video to hit 10 million views on YouTube in just 13 minutes to the biggest music video debut on Youtube worldwide, to setting new records for Spotify streaming, the septet is on a roll. BTS leader RM, V, Jin, Suga, J Hope, Jimin, and Jung Kook have been breaking records after records and will give their first performance for Butter at the Billboard Music Awards 2021. While the ARMY across the world is cherishing these new achievements by the Bangtan Boys, an Instagram page seems to have made a crossover of the same which is unbelievable.

It is no secret that the beats and the choreography for BTS songs match well with a few Bollywood numbers as well. An example of it was the famous Chunnari Chunnari crossover which was shared on BTS’ choreography for Boy With Luv. Now, an Instagram page by the name ‘qualiteaposts’ has shared an edited version of the song where their ‘smooth’ choreography matches to the beats of Saif Ali Khan’s Love Aaj Kal. The edit is as smooth as butter and you won’t be able to stop at one watch, we guarantee. Take a look!


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Meanwhile, Apart from other records shattered by BTS, the group has also been setting the hearts racing for fans with their unique style. While Kim Taehung aka V’s perm hair got everyone throwing hearts at him, Jung Kook’s tattoo garnered a crazy response from the ARMY. The boy band has been someone who has repeatedly been expressing their love for fans. They will be celebrating their 8th anniversary soon and for the same, they announced the online live concert Muster Sowoozo which will be held on June 13 and 14.

Also Read: BTS sets a world record with Butter; announces Muster Sowoozoo to celebrate 8th anniversary


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