BTS leader RM REACTS to an Indian fan’s letter featuring lyrics to Ek Villain song; wins hearts
BTS leader RM (Kim Namjoon) recently was active on Weverse, a South Korean fan social media site where artists connect with fans. While responding to fans, RM also responded to an Indian fan who had shared a lengthy note featuring the beautiful lyrics of the song Humdard from Shraddha Kapoor and Sidharth Malhotra starrer Ek Villain. The Indian fan in the letter wrote, “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. (Your smile/joy is my strength, I get hope from them, Regardless of all the problems I encounter, I find solace in them, my life is beautiful, where else would be heaven, if not this).
Responding to it, RM wrote, “Heaven is right here,” followed by a purple heart emoji. This definitely was a sweet response to the letter, RM. The global superstar sure knows how to connect to all his fanbase and this response surely left the Indian ARMYs overwhelmed, for all the right reasons. One of the fans on Twitter wrote, “Someone wrote humdard from ek villain ke lyrics on weverse and NAMJOON REPLIED??????????????” Another wrote, “I’m crying cause namjoon really sang Hamdard’s last line to us this is so unbelievable, please do not talk to me for 738292 business days I’ll be crying.”
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— alex⁷ (slow) (@iIlejeons) July 18, 2021
She is an indian army..
And she wrote lyrics from a hindi romantic song called “hamdard”
IT is a really heart touching emo song 🥺
(I am indian too) 😌
— yeehaw~~PTD⑦(･ω･)🤠💃🏻 (@Mahiwinterbear7) July 18, 2021
BigHit Music is very well aware of the huge fandom BTS enjoys worldwide including in India. In their recent interviews for Indian publications, the BTS members were seen addressing the ARMY here. They maintained that they would surely want to visit the country for a concert when things seem right. Well, aren’t we all waiting for that day? Eh?