New Delhi: Okay-pop band BTS is known globally and India is not any exception. The group members have repeatedly expressed their love for the Indian followers however now they’re talking in Hindi and it’ll depart you fully overwhelmed. Also Read – BTS V Is Ruling Top Okay-Pop Male Idol Spot From Last Eight Weeks – Details Here
In an interview with a number one information channel in India, BTS members (RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook) wished their Indians followers with conventional ‘namaste’. Not simply this, however in addition they have a really heart-warming message to share for the Indian ARMY. The promo of the interview was launched on Friday and on this promo, the BTS members will be heard saying, ”Indian BTS Army, aap humare dil mein rehte hai (Indian BTS Army, you reside in our hearts).” Also Read – BTS’ Butter Becomes Fastest Music Video To Cross 200 Million Views, Beats Dynamite
Recently, the South Korean music sensation urged the Indian ARMY to by no means lose hope because the nation battles the lethal second wave of coronavirus. “Our prayers are with India. Stay strong ARMY and let’s never lose hope,” BTS member V mentioned in an interview with PTI. Also Read – Billboard Music Awards 2021 Complete Winners List: ‘The Weeknd’ Wins Big Tonight, Takes Home 10 Awards
BTS enjoys large reputation in India. Even although they haven’t visited India but, they’ve expressed hope to journey to the nation as soon as the coronavirus pandemic ends.
Meanwhile, BTS additionally just lately launched its new single known as Butter. The music has already turn into everybody’s favorite and is breaking data. This consists of Most Viewers for the Premiere of a Video on YouTube, Most Viewers for the Premiere of a Music Video on YouTube, Most Viewed YouTube Music Video in 24 hours and Most-viewed YouTube Music Video in 24 hours by a Okay-pop group.
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