K-Pop group BTS are widely popular not just in Korea but all over the world. The group is everyone’s favourite including India. BTS leader RM recently left his Indian ARMY in complete disbelief and awe after he responded to a fan.
The fan had dedicated a Hindi song from the Bollywood movie, Ek Villain. They had dedicated Humdard song to BTS’ RM. The fan included a few of the lines from the popular song and wrote it in three different languages. The lyrics dedicated to the BTS leader 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 hogi kahin.”
In English it loosely translates to “your joy is my strength, this gives me hope. Come what may, I am safe here, my life is beautiful and where else can I find heaven!” RM responded to the sweet gesture by the fan as he wrote, “Heaven is right here,” along with a purple heart emoji.
Fans were in shock and got emotional. Many of the ARMY members took to their social media account on Twitter and expressed their love for the BTS leader and other BTS members. A fan wrote that the song has completely changed for them and when they listen to it again, it will only remind them of RM. Meanwhile, another user commented that they could not believe someone typed out the lyrics of the song in three different languages and RM actually responded.
BTS is yet to arrive in India but they thoroughly enjoy their huge fanbase here. BTS had conveyed last year that they would travel to India once the pandemic is over.
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