Do you still remember the classic song from JP Dutta’s Border, Sandese Aate Hai? The song is synonymous with the feelings and emotions, our army men and their families undergo. Well, the song still remains in our all-time favourite list. The song was sung by Sonu Nigam and Roop Kumar Rathore, it won the hearts of many. Now, the video of the same song where a soldier could be seen singing the song is getting viral. The two-minute video which shows the BSF soldier singing has gone viral and is winning the hearts of many. It has garnered the attention of netizens all over the country.
While many of us crib about our 9-to-5 routine, think about those who work 24×7, 365 days staying away from their families. This song by the BSF Jawan is doing rounds on the internet, not only because he has a melodious voice but also that one can easily figure out his hidden emotions and feeling for his loved ones.
The video first emerged on YouTube and later appeared on various other social media platforms.
The video has gained accolades over the internet. Take a look at the video which portrays the BSF soldier singing in his melodious voice.
Look at the comments coming from people across the nation.
— Hricha Singh Chundawat (@HrichaC) 13 January 2019
People are absolutely loving it.
— Ramakanth Bollampalli (@ramub1985) 12 January 2019
They are listening to it again and again!
Feels written all over it ..जय हिंद 🇮🇳🙏🙌 https://t.co/vOazhwxGpf
— Aniket Kubal (@aniket_kubal15) 13 January 2019
And going gaga over it.
This gem of a voice! 👏👍🙏 https://t.co/Q7sbRVgNIe
— Manas (@indianhydrogen) 13 January 2019
His voice is melodious!
This song has all together a new meaning when a real BSF jawans sings it!!!! https://t.co/OFHVm5Mzy6
— ilika s thapa (@ilikasrivastava) 12 January 2019
JP Dutta’s Border still remains a film which imbibes the feeling of patriotism every time you watch it and this song has become the favourite of many. This song is close to the hearts of many army men because it reminds them of their families. Liked reading this post? Tell us through your comments below the post.