BTS leader RM brought great joy to Indian fans when he responded to a message containing the lyrics of the song Humdard from the movie Ek Villain. An Indian fan had written a long note to the rapper, with a few lines from the Bollywood song to him.
The lyrics read: “Teri muskurahatein hain taaqat meri, Mujhko inhi se ummeed mili, Chaahe kare koi sitam ye jahaan, Inme hi hai sadaa hifaazat meri, Zindagani badi khoobsurat hui, Jannat ab aur kya are to your Hogely trans kahin hope from them. Regardless of the hurdles I encountered, I find my safety in it, my life is beautiful, now where else would heaven be)”. The track Humdard featured Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor.
RM responded to the last line, “Heaven is here,” adding a purple heart emoji. This led to several fans expressing their joy and disbelief that RM had actually replied. Indian ARMY was ecstatic and said they were ‘blessed’, saying this was ‘incredible’.
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💜: beautiful letter telling joon that his smile gives them strength, how he is a mainstay, how he becomes an inspiration
🐨: Heaven is here..~~~~💜@BTS_twt pic.twitter.com/xHU4HOtNl9
— alex⁷ (slowly) (@iIlejeons) July 18, 2021
In an interview with Hindustan Times, BTS mentioned their interest in performing in India. When asked if they were open to visit India for a tour, Jimin said: “If we can see each other safely and the opportunity comes, of course we would like to perform in India.”
Jin added: “We can’t be thankful enough that you’re listening to our music. We sincerely hope that the situation will get better soon. Please stay strong and we hope you get some energy from listening to our music!”
BTS is at a peak as their song Butter reigned on Billboard’s Hot 100 for seven weeks. They released their latest single Permission To Dance, which was co-written by Ed Sheeran.