'Happy Surooor Day': Himesh Reshammiya's comeback album has netizens calling it a 'vaccine'
Looks like 2021 is not that bad after all. Famous singer Himesh Reshammiya is all set to release his new album called 'Surroor 2021'. Taking to the various platforms, he dropped the first track of the album. This happens to be a follow-up of his two albums, which were 'Aap Kaa Surroor' in 2006 and 'Aap se Mausiiquii' in 2016. The composer and actor is known for his signature cap look and nasal voice. In the early 2000's, he became quite the rage as he was churning out hits after hits, that are still listened to even today. The first look of the album has gone viral. It includes the cap and a mic and has the title written right on top.Take a look. (Image Credits: Twitter)As soon as the cover art made it to Twitter, it was memes galore. His fans flocked to the microblogging site to joke about while also expressing how eagerly they are waiting for the album. "Happy surooor day to all guys the world is happy, everyone is smiling at each other, himesh bhai changed the world," one user said. This was followed by a barrage of posts dedicated to the singer calling him 'Lord Himesh.'One user hilariously called it a 'vaccine.' Some even shared snippets from the music video. In one part, he has created something similar to an 'oasis'. "Only Lord Himesh can extract water from a desert," a user named Jitesh joked. It is pretty safe to say that everybody is waiting to get their hands on his new music.