Singer Sona Mohapatra hopes the tradition of worshipping PR-built celebrities is shunned in 2021, with the viewers rewarding real expertise. “What I most look forward to in this year is the celebration of music, art, genuine artistry & above all the virtue of kindness. The year gone by has shown us that in the context of my industry, our current culture of worshipping at the altar of PR built celebrity, and success attained by buying views, likes and followers, is likely to push our society into a free fall of vacuous mediocrity,” Sona tweeted on Friday.
“I look forward to the audiences looking past the number game, separating the wheat from the chaff and rewarding genuine talent in addition to kindness, meritocracies and fair-play please #HappyNewYear2021,” added the singer, who is thought for talking her thoughts.
Last 12 months, Sona’s docu-drama “Shut Up Sona” mirrored this side of her character. The movie was screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. “Shut Up Sona” revolves round her journey as a singer, her model of music, love for her nation’s roots and tradition and the way she has grow to be a logo of hope for a bigger motion. Directed by Deepti Gupta, “Shut Up Sona” is a intently noticed telling of Sona’s uncomfortable relationship along with her nation.