Watch Irrfan Khan’s funny party song in AIB’s spoof video


Irrfan Khan who is known to be an intense actor has shot a hilarious spoof video with Internet comedy group AIB, mocking party songs of Bollywood films.

The spoof is made on the original song ‘Party All Night’ (Boss) featuring Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha and Yo Yo Honey Singh. In the video, Irrfan is seen dancing with women dressed in skimpy clothes and the parody is about the use of clichéd lyrics, change of location from bar to poolside, spraying alcohol on scantily-clad women and the song’s ability to fetch Rs 100 crore for the film.

The six-minute-forty five-second video launched on YouTube on Sunday has gone viral and managed nearly two lakh hits in about 24 hours.

The video AIB members approaching Irrfan to work with him and ask his preferences, but his braggart assistant says he can do anything. They remind him that he hasn’t done a party song. At this, the actor says all party songs are similar and goes on to show them that he can “swag”.

Irrfan is seen blingy jackets and wearing coloured goggles and a red hat. The lyrics goes, “same old party song..stupid party song...let’s sing along...jab 100 crore kamane ho...just make a party video...auto tune ka patch lagake...pehle catchy line, phir se wohi line..repeat several times till it gets stuck in your mind...” and the hilarious song continues.

About the video clip, Irrfan tweeted, “When I asked money for the video I was told after this video you won’t b needing money, you’ll need lawyers.”

The group created controversy earlier in March because of their show ‘AIB Roast’ that featured Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor and filmmaker Karan Johar.

Bollywood actors tweeted about the latest offering of the AIB group.

Actress Parineeti Chopra tweeted, “Hahahah they are back!!! This time with “Oscar winning” jokes!!!” Director Hansal Mehta posted, “#AIB is back! Brilliant party song take by @irrfan_k and @Vasan_Bala. Hilarious!”

Irrfan will be next seen in Sanjay Gupta’s ‘Jazbaa’ opposite Aishwarya Rai,  and Hollywood film ‘Inferno’.