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Daler Mehndi falls for parody tweet claiming Prince Harry listened to his songs in ‘low times’

Written by  Dinkle Popli -- January 22nd 2023 09:31 PM
Daler Mehndi falls for parody tweet claiming Prince Harry listened to his songs in ‘low times’

Daler Mehndi falls for parody tweet claiming Prince Harry listened to his songs in ‘low times’

New Delhi, January 22: 'Spare,' Prince Harry's tell-all

memoir, debuted on January 10 and quickly became the fastest-selling


non-fiction book.

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The book details his drug consumption in his past sex life and spats with the

Royal Family and sold 1.4 million copies on its first day of sale in the United

Kingdom, the United States, and Canada, as per Variety. And, ever since the

book got out, netizens have been sharing excerpts from it which have garnered

massive attention online. In fact, it is one of the most talked about books

currently. While many have shared parts of the book on social media, some

parody accounts have made fun of some things said in the book and tweeted about

it.

One such parody account recently took to twitter to jokingly share that Prince

Harry used to listen to Daler Mehndi songs ho0wever, they didn't see the singer

taking the joke seriously!

Daler Mehndi took note of the parody account's tweet and replied, saying thanks

to the Duke of Sussex for listening to his songs and Internet lost its calm

over it!


The tweet from the parody account read, "In the times I felt alone and

separated from my family, I always took time to myself to sit back and listen

to Daler Mehndi. His lyrics resonated with me and got me through a lot."

The singer responded by writing, "I am grateful to the blessings of Guru

Nanak, my mom and dad, I created a unique Pop Folk Ethnic Music Style. Love you

Prince Harry! God Bless you, In gratitude that my music helped you.

@TeamSussex"


Check it out:


A Twitter user replied to the tweet saying, "Ab to koi bataa do

inko," while someone else wrote, "Oho Praaji, yeh toh dhoka ho gaya..

never mind ji, you're the best."


Talking about Prince Harry's book, it was released on January 10 simultaneously

across the world in 16 languages.


According to Variety, publisher Penguin Random House has announced that the

book has smashed records, surpassing Barack Obama's memoir "A Promised

Land," published by them. 

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- ANI

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