The star shopping of India’s Star Cities has been a popular attraction for tourists for decades, with thousands of stalls selling everything from tea to cashmere sweaters.
But a new song, written by a man in his mid-50s and titled “Bravo for the star” by his local band, has gone viral on social media.
The tune has gone on to become a hit on the song and video platforms, and is likely to generate a wave of nostalgia and interest in the area for people who are new to the area.
The man, whose name was not released, told NDTV that he and his friends had just bought a piece of land near the site of the original Star City star store.
They took it over in the early 80s and now they keep it running.
“We wanted to sell our own handmade clothes and jewellery.
And we didn’t know what would happen,” he said.
The song is a parody of the popular Indian pop song, “Baba Jai”, which was written by singer-songwriter Virendra Singh, who was inspired by the store.
The star shop was founded by a group of businessmen who bought land and built a shop there.
It has now grown to become one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
The pop song is not the first pop song to be written in India’s Indian context.
In 2010, the pop band A-Chaos was inspired to write a song for the city’s first ever coin shop by a local Indian musician, who asked for permission from the then-prime minister, Narendra Modi.
“The song ‘Baba Kya, Baba Kiya’ was a response to the Indian currency,” Singh told NDtv.
“A lot of people are still not used to the concept of coins.
They are very difficult to understand.”