This pandemic has been a hectic time in everyone's life. Due to the lockdown, many people got bored staying locked up inside their houses. But while people were getting bored of being safe in their houses. Our heroes like doctors, police officials, cleaners, and many social workers were risking their lives by staying out 24/7 to protect the city even in this dier condition.
Thus to honor their work, the favorite voice of Maharashtra, singer Avadhoot Gupte has planned a tribute for these heroes on the auspicious day of Diwali. Avadhoot had already launched the poster of this upcoming tribute song Yashaswi Diwali, which made his fans so excited.
But recently, the singer pulled the curtain from the song by launching its amazing teaser on his social media handles. Through this teaser, he represented the importance of this Diwali. As he portrayed the COVID-19 as the demon Narakasura, and our doctors, police officials, and all those who worked in suppressing this virus as Lord Krishna. As people celebrate the victory of Lord Krishna on the evil demon Narakasura, Avadhoot believes that we will also overcome this demonlike virus. Thus, this Diwali is special as we are really dealing with a similar condition, even though the form of our evil entity is different.
The poetry itself feels amazing. As Avadhoot reads the sentence, it feels like a new light of hope is getting lit with every word. If the poem is this awesome, guess how amazing the whole song will be!
With such beautiful projects, Avadhoot has always amazed his fans. And, like most of the time, his friends and two of the renowned singers of our industry, singer Swapnil Bandodakar and Vaishali Samant are also included in this song. The title of this song is Marathi Bhagya Ujalale. This tribute is set to release on the 1st Day of Diwali, 13th of November, only on Avadhoot's official YouTube channel.
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