Did A.R Rahman Once Again Trolled Central For Imposing Hindi In Tamilnadu ?? Check Out This Post !!

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Earlier the followers of  A.R Rahman thought that he sarcastically trolled Narendra Modi while wishing him for becoming The Prime Minister Of India. In his earlier tweet the veteran musician wrote “Congratulations @narendramodi Ji & @BJP4India for winning the #LokSabhaElections2019⁠ ⁠. Looking forward to a Miraculously Progressive United India 🇮🇳 🌹”

The word “Miraculously” grabbed the attention of many of his followers who thought that it meant “miracle” is the only way for India to be progressive and united in the next 5 years. Did A.R Rahman Trolled Narendra Modi While Wishing Him ?? These People Think So !!

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Now the musician shared a video of a Punjabi performing the cover version of his super hit Tamil melody song “Innum Konjam Neram Iruntha Than Enna” and added a caption saying “Tamizh is spreading in Punjab 😀”

Check out his tweet here :

In fact, AR Rahman also penned down the lyrics of this super hit song along with Kabilan. The man who performs the cover is Jasdeep Jogi who is a budding YouTuber who often shares melodious covers of songs. The most amazing part of this cover was how beautifully the singer captures the true essence of the original song and we can’t stop playing it on a loop. No wonder that this cover got an appreciation from a musical genius like AR Rahman himself.

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As #Stop Hindi Imposition and #TN Against Hindi Imposition hashtags are trending in twitter for the past two days, many of Rahman’s followers thought that the musician also doing his part without adding the hashtag. Check out some of their reactions here :

Tamilnadu has always been a state that opposed Hindi imposition.For the past two days,  people of the state started trending the hashtag #StopHindiImposition for making Hindi as third mandatory language till class 8.

Hindi should not be made a mandatory third language in schools, a popular campaign on social media said on Saturday, as Twitter was flooded with messages protesting a draft education policy submitted to the new government at the centre a day ago.

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