Pakistani student sings 'Aaj Padhane Ki Zidd Na Karo'

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It isn't clear if the teacher accepted the request but this sure is a new anthem.

The song is a take on the classic by Farida Khanum (Photo: Twitter)

Having classes cancelled and getting time off to chill is every student's dream come true on a hectic day, and even as many come up with poor health or an array of excuses to get away from classes, how about saying it as it is?

While the idea of conveying your unwillingness to study to your teacher up front might not sound like a great idea, it’s the way you do it that matters; at least it did the trick for a boy from Pakistan, who decided to express his sentiments in a song.

As soon as the teacher entered the class, the student in the video started singing, “Aaj Padhane Ki Zidd Na Karo”, which is a parody of the classic track by Farida Khanum, “Aaj Jaane Ki Zidd..”.

While the teacher can also be seen laughing about it, the boy’s classmates had a great time listening.

It isn’t clear if the amused teacher gave the students some time off, but this might just be an anthem for every student.

Here's the original song