Akshay Kumar recently released a video praising the Delhi cop who sang a rendition of his song Teri Mitti as a tribute to corona warriors.
Remember the Delhi Police official Rajat Rathor who went viral after singing the new version of Akshay Kumar’s song Teri Mitti? The cop had released the song on Facebook as a special musical tribute to the corona heroes. In the clip, Rathor was seen playing the guitar and crooning the song in his melodious voice.
Well, the cop took to Twitter recently to share the video once again, but this time he tagged Akshay Kumar, in the hope to receive a reply from the actor.
He posted the clip with the caption, “Teri mitti -it’s not just a song for me it’s a feeling. My first viral video, After this I got so much appreciation. But I am still waiting for @akshaykumar sir’s response. #copthatsings #terimitti #AkshayKumar #rajatrathor #delhipolice (sic).”
Soon after Rathor posted the video, it quickly went viral and managed to garner Akshay Kumar’s attention. The actor took to Twitter to praise Rathor’s melodious voice through a video message.
In the clip, he can be heard saying, “Hi Rajat, this is Akshay. Yaar kya kamal ka gaate ho tum. Bahut pyara gana gaya Teri Mitti, maza aa gaya sun kar. Yeh gana vaise hai bhi itna pyara ki ankhon mein se aansu nikal aate hain aur upar se teri awaaz bhi, usme itna dard hai. Beautiful yaar. And I can see that you are a uniform man, am I right? Lots of good wishes and respect for the work that you are doing. Keep doing good and keep up your talent. Well done (Hi Rajat, this is Akshay. You sung Teri Mitti beautifully, I really enjoyed it. This song is so beautiful that after listening it one gets teary-eyed and your voice has so much pain in it. Beatiful friend. And I can see that you are a uniform man, am I right? Lots of good wishes and respect for the work that you are doing. Keep doing good and keep up your talent. Well done).”
Rajat was left elated after finally receiving a reply from Akshay Kumar. He left a comment under the clip saying, “Thank you so much for your wishes Sir. It means a lot when you say so! My mother and me are a big fan of yours. You just made our day. Thank u @akshaykumar (sic).”
This is not the first time that Rathor has sung a melody as a tribute to the country’s martyrs. Last month, he had posted another video in which he sang Ae Watan from Alia Bhatt’s Raazi. Take a look:
This is incredible!
Source: India Today
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