The Ve Mera Dola Ni Aaya Dola meme originates from the 2014 Indian Telugu-language action comedy film Race Gurram. In this Tollywood movie, Maddali Shiva Reddy (the character played by Ravi Kishan) conspires with his father Peddi Reddy (the character played by Mukesh Rishi) to take revenge on Allu Lakshman “Lucky” Prasad (the character played by Allu Arjun) and his family. Although, the meme’s background music is Ranjha song from the 2021 Indian Hindi-language biographical war film Shershaah voiced by B Praak. The lyrics are as follows: “Ve Mera Dola Ni Aaya Dola (x4); Oh Rabb Vi Khel Hai Khele; Roz Lagave Mele.”
After being posted in the Indian subreddits in the month of October, the meme was doing rounds on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. On 31st October 2021, Tanmay Bhat recreated the meme and posted on Twitter. Later on 3rd November, a fan posted a video on twitter in which Ravi Kishan can be seen smiling to the chant of ‘Dola ni aya dola’ by one of the fans. On 15th November, in an interview with Shubham Kulkarni of Koimoi, Ravi Kishan labelled the trend as the love of the new generation for his work.
The popular use of this Ravi Kishan Meme is to express episodes of sudden uncontrollable and inappropriate laughing.