The entire nation celebrated Diwali on Monday, October 24 with great enthusiasm and pomp. However, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, went to Kargil to spend the special day with the Indian soldiers. As usual, he took to his social media handle and shared a video from Kargil.
Later, popular playback singer and musician A.R. Rahman took to Twitter and re-shared the video. Although, his caption caught everyone’s attention. ALSO READ | AR Rahman’s Daughter Khatija Gets Engaged In An Intimate Ceremony, Shares Photo With Her Fiance Riyasdeen Shaik Mohamed: PIC INSIDE
A spirited Diwali in Kargil! pic.twitter.com/qtIGesk98x— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 24, 2022
The video shared by PM Modi featured him singing the Maa Tujhe Salam song along with the soldiers. Sharing the same on his Twitter, he tweet read, "A spirited Diwali in kargil."
Interestingly, the song was sung by A.R. Rahman himself and it has come to represent the feeling of patriotic unity for India and the Indians. The song is performed or played at numerous national and regional events in the country. The song also boasts two Guinness World Records for being the song performed in most languages.
இதயம் இதயம் துடிக்கின்றதே⁰எங்கும் உன்போல் பாசம் இல்லை⁰ஆதலால் உன் மடி தேடினேன்⁰தாய் மண்ணே வணக்கம் 🌹🌺🤲🏼🙏🇮🇳 Happy Diwali everyone! https://t.co/bi7uTggoHB— A.R.Rahman (@arrahman) October 24, 2022
The iconic playback singer seemed honoured as PM Modi was a part of the song, sung at Kargil and he retweeted the PM’s video and captioned it with the lyrics of the Tamil version of Vande Mataram.
Without fail, he even wished ‘Happy Diwali" to everyone. In no time, his tweet went viral and fans, and netizens couldn’t stop applauding him in the comments section. ALSO READ | Dhanteras 2022 Date, Shubh Muhurat, Significance, History And Auspicious Items You Can Buy THIS Dhantrayodashi!
For the unversed, Diwali is one of the grandest festivals in India and every year, Bollywood celebrities have their own unique style of celebrating the auspicious festival. From Varun Dhawan with his wife Natasha Dalal to Kareena Kapoor with hubby Saif Ali Khan to Karan Johar with his kids, to Shah Rukh Khan with his family, everyone shared a few sneak peeks from their Diwali celebration, and they looked gorgeous in ethnic attire.
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