Want To Know What Vishal Dadlani's Standard 4 Report Card Says? Read Inside

Vishal Dadlani shares school report card from his 4th standard and stated that it blew his mind as his mom had kept it safe, for so long and that it was still pretty spot on

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Want To Know What Vishal Dadlani's Standard 4 Report Card Says? Read Inside
Vishal Dadlani is one of the most credited singer-producers of B-town. The singer took to his Instagram to share a beautiful memory from his childhood. Vishal shared a picture of his school report-card from when he was four years of age. The post captioned read,”Wanna see something trippy? Check out my school report-card from when I was 4! It blew my mind for two reasons 1. Because my Mum’s kept it so safe, for so long! 2. Because most of it is still pretty spot on, except for the “friendly” bit.

Vishal received lots of love and appraisal on his personality and behaviour in current times being almost similar to the description by his teacher in the report-card.

Vishal Dadlani recently composed the music of Student of The Year 2 with Shekhar Ravjiani. Vishal Dadlani was in limelight earlier to join BROOKE BOND 6-pack band 2.0 to recreate classic number, Dil Toh Paagal Hai. The Brooke Bond Red Label 6-Pack Band6 differently featured 6 differently abled teens in to recreate the iconic chartbuster along with 100 kids from a special needs school. The band’s 2nd single, Dil Toh Paagal Hai was released in 2018.

On the personal front, Dadlani filed for a divorce in 2017 from his wife Priyali Kapur after 18 years of marriage. While speaking to the entertainment portal, Vishal said: After several years of living separately, Priyali and I are officially filing for divorce. This is only statement either of us wishes to make, as this is a private and personal matter, and we hope it will be respected as such.”

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