Shehzad Roy lately turned to social networking to react to a post from Bollywood actor Anupam Kher, who uploaded a clip of children utilizing tin cans and jars as musical instrumentation for their marching band.
The now-viral video was initially posted by Roy, who had inquired about the children’s location after viewing their skill. “Please tell me where these kids are, and I’ll provide them all the instruments they need,” he’d said on Instagram.
Roy’s supporters verified that the youngsters were from Hunza in Pakistan, as requested by the artist. Kher re-posted the video on Twitter a few days later. “Some youngsters in an Indian hamlet have established their own brand,” the actor tweeted beside the video. “This band is not equipped with contemporary instruments. And what a marching band music they’ve picked. Because they understand that “the true strength is in the heart!” These youngsters ought to be praised.”
Many people, including Roy, responded to Kher’s post to correct his mistake that the youngsters were from India.
“Thank you for posting the video I posted a few days ago. You say these bright children are from Bharat; a humble correction: these children are from Hunza, Pakistan. I’ve been in contact with them and have provided them all of the musical instruments they require “He put pen to paper.
Netizens were relieved to see Roy put the matter to rest, and many thanked him for his kind contribution to the youngsters. We’re particularly pleased to see how kind he was in his response to Kher.
Roy’s skincare regime, whatever it is, is doing miracles. In terms of the kids, we’d welcome to see a new video of them performing their beautiful new instruments! I’m delighted to hear their skill is being recognized across the nation.