BTS’s RM is all coronary heart as Indian fan dedicates Ek Villain’s Humdard to him: ‘Heaven is correct right here’

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BTS chief RM introduced a lot pleasure to Indian followers when he responded to a submit, which featured the lyrics to the music Humdard from the movie Ek Villain. An Indian fan had penned a prolonged word addressed to the rapper, dedicating just a few traces from the Bollywood music to him.

The lyrics learn, “Teri muskurahatein hain taaqat meri, Mujhko inhi se ummeed mili, Chaahe kare koi sitam ye jahaan, Inme hello hai sadaa hifaazat meri, Zindagani badi khoobsurat hui, Jannat ab aur kya hogi kahin (loosely translating to your joys are my energy, I gained hope from them. Whatever the hurdles confronted, I discover my security in them, my life is gorgeous, now the place else could be heaven)”. The monitor Humdard featured Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor.

RM responded to the final line, “Heaven is correct right here,” and added a purple coronary heart emoji. This led to a number of followers expressing their pleasure and disbelief that RM truly replied. Indian ARMY was ecstatic and stated that they have been ‘blessed’, and stated that this was ‘unbelievable’.

In an interview to Hindustan Occasions, BTS talked about their curiosity of performing in India. Requested in the event that they have been open to visiting India for a tour, Jimin stated, “If we are able to see one another safely and the chance comes, we’d after all prefer to carry out in India.”

Jin added, “We can’t be grateful sufficient for you listening to our music. We really hope that the state of affairs will get higher quickly. Please keep sturdy and we hope you get some power from listening to our music!”

BTS is on a excessive as their music Butter reigned on Billboard’s Scorching 100 for seven weeks straight. They launched their newest single, Permission To Dance, which was co-written by Ed Sheeran.

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