First Let Something Happen In Afghanistan, Then I will Comment Says Kailash Kher

When asked about his take on crisis in Afghanistan, the singer replied, "First let something happen in Afghanistan, then I will comment.
 
First Let Something Happen In Afghanistan, Then I will Comment Says Kailash Kher

The whole world is disturbed to see what is happening in Afghanistan right now. Everyone is coming out in solidarity to stand with the people there. Amidst this, singer Kailash Kher has commented on the ongoing situation which is not liked by the netizens.When asked about his take on crisis in Afghanistan, the singer replied, "First let something happen in Afghanistan, then I will comment." This comment has left many people angry. His fans are not happy with the way the singer has reacted to the situation.He has recently released a song 'Jeetega Phirse Bharat' along with the contestants of the first season of Indian Idol. The song is a way to encourage every Indian to rise above the difficulties that we have been facing due to Covid. Talking about the song, Kailash Kher said, "India is coming back on track. Since time immemorial, many difficulties have surfaced in our country but every time India has risen above all the problems. This song will boost up the morale of the people here and we will rise once again."

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Music Industry is growing in the country. Sharing his views on the same, he said, "Today anyone with good music can become a star. One just needs to know how to upload good music on YouTube and know the technicalities of the medium. One can become a star sitting in any nook and corner of the country.“One should just make sure not to abuse this power. Earlier there was a time when people used to say only film music works in our country. Now the situation has changed and any good music works here" added singer.The song is crooned by nine singers, such as Kailash Kher, Vishal Kothari, Abhijeet Sawant, Aditi Paul, Amit Sana, Prajakta Shukre, Harish Moyal, Rahul Saxena and Mukesh Pancholi.

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