It is. There is good & the great everywhere & it’s for us to seek it I guess..I wonder how many Indians are using this medium to say anything artistic though? Really wonder. I’ve only seen the most tacky pop up here..Happy to be wrong. Happy to tap in to more exhilarating content https://t.co/vPWdCl5tK1— ShutUpSona (@sonamohapatra) May 19, 2020
Singer Sona Mohapatra is very active on social media. She often shares her thoughts on various issues that not only affect her but the nation at large. She also becomes the target of trolls for the same, but it does not bring about any dearth in her enthusiasm to raise questions and speak her mind on Twitter. Recently, she was trolled for asking about the Government's plan to save the failing economy during the time of COVID-19 crisis. Now, she is talking about how Indians do not use TikTok to share artistic stuff.
Sona shared her thoughts on how people use social media while responding to a video that has two burning matchsticks. She wrote, "It is. There is good & the great everywhere & it’s for us to seek it I guess..I wonder how many Indians are using this medium to say anything artistic though? Really wonder. I’ve only seen the most tacky pop up here..Happy to be wrong. Happy to tap in to more exhilarating content." The TikTok video of burning sticks is called 'Burning Love'.
Just yesterday, Sona Mohapatra had expressed her disappointment on the viral video by Faizal Siddiqui. The TikToker was blamed for promoting acid attack with his video and Sona didn't seem to be pretty impressed with those defending him.
Apart from this, Sona is also making use of social media to hold concerts for healthcare workers to boost their morale amidst the Coronavirus crisis. Sona sang songs like Ambarsariya, Naina, Bahara, Bekhauff, Rupaiya, Rangabati and Dil Aaj Kal during her 90-minute concert. (Also Read: Sona Mohapatra Gives A Befitting Reply To Trolls Who Seem To Have A Problem With Her Raising Question On Country's Economy)
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