Vishal Dadlani gives false information about Lata Mangeshkar song, apologizes for trolling

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Vishal Dadlani has admitted his mistake after being trolled on social media. Photo courtesy- @ vishaldadlani / Instagram

  • Vishal Dadlani gave some misinformation about Lata Mangeshkar’s most famous patriotic song ‘A Mere Vatan Ke People’, after which the late Sushma Swaraj’s husband Swaraj Kaushal (Swaraj Kaushal) started her class on Twitter on social media. However, Vishal later admitted his mistake.

Mumbai: Less knowledge is sometimes said to overwhelm a person. The same thing happened with singer and songwriter Vishal Dadlani.
During a performance on the Indian Idol set, Lata Mangeshkar’s most famous patriotic song ‘A Mere Vatan Ke People’ was given some misinformation, followed by the late Sushma Swaraj Kaushal (Swaraj Kaushal) and her husband Swaraj (Sushma Swaraj) on social media.
The class was posted on Twitter. Vishal Dadlani admitted his mistake and apologized after trolling on social media.In fact, during the Sunday episode of Indian Idol, a contestant sang the song ‘Aye Mere Vatan Ke Men’.

Vishal said the song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar for the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1947 after a contestant’s performance. This song has settled in everyone’s hearts so far.

Following Vishal’s announcement, Swaraj Kaushal, husband of the late Sushma Swaraj, a former foreign minister, tweeted on Twitter.

He wrote- ‘This is music director Vishal Dadlani. 2 people honored with Bharat Ratna, Dada Saheb Phalke Award gave bad information.

He next tweeted ‘Lata Ji was born in 1929. She was only 17 in 1947. Lata Mangeshkar G sang Mere Vatan People’s Song in Delhi on January 26, 1963, and it was written by poet Pradeep.

After hearing the song, Jawaharlal Nehru said Lata daughter your song makes me cry ‘.

Vishal tweeted after being trolled on social media. He wrote- I apologize to those who are angry with my misinformation about ‘the people of my country’, but these strong nationalists said nothing when the death of 40 Indian soldiers in #Chornab Pulwama was celebrated as a TRP victory. Both tweets are going very viral on social media. Source link

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