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God connected me to Rishi Kapoor through my Coronavirus parody song, ‘Hai Agar Dushman’: Akhil Sachdeva

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Rishi Kapoor‘s death shook the entire nation. The veteran actor passed away on April 30 after suffering from leukemia for two years. From actors, sportsmen, politicians to singers and musicians, everyone mourned the death of the iconic star. Music composer and singer Akhil Sachdeva remembers Rishi Kapoor by saying that it was his biggest fan moment when the latter liked his Coronavirus parody song, ‘Hai Agar Dushman’.

While speaking to Bollywood Bubble, Akhil said, “I made a parody of Rishi sir’s song ‘Hai Agar Dushman’ on Coronavirus. The lyrics were written by me and it became viral. I tweeted the song and Rishi sir retweeted and called it ‘lovely and innovative’. I didn’t get the chance to meet him but somehow I could reach to him through the parody. It is a terrible loss but God connected me to him through this. I was glad that he retweeted my song and it matters to me a lot.”

Well, below is the tweet of Rishi Kapoor Akhil mentioned about.

Here’s the parody composed and crooned by Akhil.

Akhil expressed his desire to lent his voice for Ranbir Kapoor in the future. “There are many similarities between Ranbir and me. We are similar souls. I think I will be able to create magic by lending my voice for Ranbir. I want to meet him after the lockdown ends and I wish I sing for him soon,” said Akhil.

Akhil is currently on cloud nine for his recent release song ‘O Jaanwaale’ that features Himanshi Khurana opposite him. The video song has garnered many likes from his fans and Akhil is overwhelmed with the response he is getting.

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