Armaan Malik’s response to a fan wins the web &
Armaan Malik is among the most beloved and celebrated singers within the nation proper now. The singer comes from a musical household and has acquired a loyal fan base over time. Apart from being musically gifted, Armaan additionally will get quite a lot of love for his wittiness that he typically exhibits off on social media.
Recently, the singer crooned a Telugu music Butta Bomma. The music was an prompt hit on YouTube and obtained into the trending checklist. The singer took to Twitter to have a good time the identical.
He tweeted, “Can’t stop won’t stop Hundred points symbol #ButtaBomma @YouTubeMusic”
Check out the tweet:
Many folks commented on the post to understand the music. One person wrote, “With huge determination I’ve learnt the half song lyrics and trust me unless you don’t know the lyrics you don’t enjoy it fully Rolling on the floor laughing Now I’m just enjoying it with all my heart Yetaga anai yeduru chupuki Tagi nattuga nuvu badhulu chebitive”
Another one shared, “Even though I don’t understand the lyrics of #ButtaBomma, but I can never prevent myself from adding this Magical Melody in to my playlists @ArmaanMalik22 has given us a Musical Gem that this World is never gonna forget.Thanks for Musically unifying India through ur Songs”
But then one person requested him to drop a Hindi model of the music. The remark reads, “Favorite par lyrics samjh mein nahin aye sir… Hindi version release kro na sir.”
The Control singer replied to him and shared, “The beauty of the song is in Telugu and I don’t wanna change that”
His response immediately gained over the followers! One person commented, “Even I don’t want a hindi version coz its beauty is in telugu version itself”
Another one shared, “Coming to my telugu all time fav song of yours is “Yemainado” . Mannn you just killed it with your splendid voice . When you say “Kaalame kadalanna kshnamulagaa ” you don’t now how I feel it . Like I go to another world when I listen your voice .I was obsessed with your voice”
The music is part of Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.