WATCH: Anupam Kher Shares 'Phir Se Modi Aayega' Rap Song, Says, 'Zoya Akhtar Has Revolutionised The Rap In India'


Anupam Kher shares a video that is inspired by Ranveer Singh's 'Gully Boy' dedicated to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Watch -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

With Lok Sabha Elections entering Phase 4 on April 29, Anupam Kher took to his Twitter handle on Sunday morning to share a rap song dedicated to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Tagging the artist named Mahesh Dangra, Anupam Kher recieved this video on his Whatsapp. He wrote: "“Phir se Modi aayega..” Loved this video sent via Watsapp to me. Sharing it with you all. #ZoyaAkhtar has really revolutionised the Rap in India. The youth has got an amazing platform to express what they feel. The artist here is #MaheshDangra. Pls enjoy it. Share it. Jai Ho.:)" [sic]

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On April 27, Anupam Kher also shared a heartwarming video of his wife Kirron Kher rallying in Chandigarh. He wrote: "Dear Friends!! In the next few weeks lots of my posts will be about the election campaign of @KirronKherBJP. I know it can be annoying to some but I will be doing it in any case. So ek Baar phir........ Exactly. 🤓😎🇮🇳 #Chandigarh #ElectionTime #CasteYourVote" [sic]

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Anupam Kher in the interview said that he was really happy to see the love people showered on Kirron during the roadshow. Kher said that Kirron has shifted her base from Mumbai to Chandigarh only because she is a committed person.

He also said that it is 'fantastic to see' Bollywood celebrities like Urmila Matondkar, Sunny Deol and others entering politics. When asked if he plans to join politics, Anupam Kher said that he has a work contract abroad and he represents India internationally, so for the time being he will not be able to join politics but he can't say. He concluded by saying that he may feel like 'going for it after a few years'.

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