- “For me, Diwali is a festival of giving,” said Tulsi Kumar.
- “The year has been full of many challenges,” he added.
- “I encourage people to bring smiles in their own way,” he said.
In 2020, Tulsi Kumar conquered the independent music space after having an impact in the field of reproduction. During the confinement itself, the talented artist released several singles, including Tanhaai, Naam Y Zahra thehro Y Tere naal – all of which were very successful and topped the music charts.
Feeling immense gratitude for his fans and supporters, Tulsi Kumar decided to bring this Diwali season, giving back to society and the less fortunate.
The popular singer visited an NGO that cared for orphans and, in the true spirit of Diwali, celebrated the occasion with them with food, dance and music, all to make their innocent faces smile.
When contacted by Tulsi Kumar, he revealed: “For me, Diwali is a festival of giving, spreading light, smiles and happiness to those around us. The year has been full of many challenges, negative events and circumstances. So the best gift we can give to anyone is Diwali is spreading smiles, happiness and positivity. “
Adding that “When I met the children of this NGO, I sang with them, danced with them, distributed Diwali decorations and sweets and we celebrated the festival together. It was a great experience and the expression on their faces filled me with great joy. it gave an opportunity to discover their many talents. I encourage people to bring smiles and make this Diwali light in every way possible. “
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