The cold war that started between Bhojpuri star Pawan Singh and Khesari Lal Yadav is in the sky. In this controversy, Pawan Singh broke his silence on Friday and went live on Facebook. During this, without taking the name of Khesari Lal, he has given him an open challenge. He said that I respect all the artists. Bhojpuri is moving ahead with the efforts of everyone, not just one, but some people are just grumbling. I don't want to speak, babu. If I say that, there will be trouble. Anyway, time gives the answer to everything.
Admit the mistake
Pawan also apologized by accepting his mistake on Facebook Live and said that there is a limit to tolerance of everything. I am human too. Pawan said that from Ravi Kishan, Manoj Tiwari, Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirhua, Kunal Singh to Kallu, Samar Singh, Ritesh Pandey, Rakesh Mishra, Ankush Raja, Pramod Premi, Deepak Dildar, I have respect in my heart for all the artists. Artists have no caste. I respect the artists and my audience. I consider myself the dust of the feet of the people. I feel happy when our Bhojpuri artists get a million views. I always try to innovate.
Asked to sit with harmonium
Pawan also took up the matter of Samar Singh and took a jibe. Said that somewhere wrestling is happening, somewhere in the arena. I don't want to do all this. Pawan took Khesarilal Yadav under wraps and gave an open challenge even without taking names on the mention of Bhikhari Thakur and Mahendra Mishra in Bhojpuri. Pawan said that just talking will not do. That's all, both of them sit with the harmonium. Let's see who can sing how much Bhikhari Thakur.
Who is Bhikhari Thakur?
He was an Indian Bhojpuri language poet, playwright, lyricist, actor, folk dancer, folk singer and social activist, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the Bhojpuri language and most popular folk writer of Purvanchal and Bihar. He is often called the "Shakespeare of Bhojpuri" and "Rai Bahadur". His works consist of more than a dozen plays, Monologues, Poems, Bhajans which appeared in print as nearly three dozen books.