The Norwegian dance group “Quick Style,” which has become an internet hit, has landed in Karachi as part of its statewide tour with “Coke Studio.”
Following the huge success of “Coke Studio’s” first-ever live performance in Dubai, the musical franchise renewed their creative work with the team, which featured twin brothers Bilal and Suleman Malik, who are Norwegian-Pakistanis, for a statewide tour.
The dancers came at the City of Lights on Tuesday for the same purpose.
According to the brand’s Instagram, the tour began with the Karachi leg. Coke Studio announced the arrival of the dancers with a photo of them posing in front of the Mazar-e-Quaid.
According to a press statement issued by the musical franchise last month, the Malik brothers and Nasir Siri Khan, along with their crew, will visit Pakistan’s iconic sites as well as intellectual and cultural institutions.
For the uninitiated, earlier this year’s viral wedding dance sequences including the “Coke Studio 14” chart-topper “Kana Yaari” launched the Norwegian boys’ dance group, “Quick Style,” to national recognition.
The dancing troupe has previously wowed social media followers with their spectacular dance routines to South Asian music, including Bollywood songs such as Shazia Manzoor’s “Batiyan Bujhai Rakhdi” and “Tumse Mil Ke,” “Chura Ke Dil Mera,” and “Kala Chashma.”