Ekta Kapoor Thanks BTS’ RM For His Response to A Fan’s Humdard Dedication
BTS has found a home in India. Many K-Pop fans are die-hard fans of this Korean boy band. The India based BTS Army often finds creative ways to express their love for their work. A fan recently penned a note of appreciation for BTS’ band member RM where they added an excerpt of the song Humdard from Ek Villain, to express their love for him. RM was touched by the effort and reacted to the post. Ekta Kapoor got notified about the same as well and she went on t thanks RM for the sweet gesture.
The Ek Villian producer took to Twitter and thanked the rapper. Retweeting a post by a BTS fan and RM’s reaction, Ekta Kapoor said, “Thank you, RM of @BTS_twt for showering love on #EkVillian’s #Humdard and proving once again, that when it comes to music, there are no boundaries! #BTS.”
— Ekta Kapoor (@ektarkapoor) July 20, 2021
Apart from this, we all also know that Diljit Dosanjh is a huge fan of BTS. He often croons to their songs and is a proud part of the BTS Army. The singer is all set to release his new album titled Moonchild Era. Everyone is now guessing that the new album by avid BTS fan Diljit Dosanjh has a connection to band member RM.
Back in 2018, BTS’ RM had released a mixtape which was titled, Moon. One of the songs in the album was titled Moonchild, and considering that Dosanjh is a huge fan, we think he has taken inspiration from RM’s song for the name of his album.
BTS has once again topped the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart with their new single Permission to Dance. The band members have become the first artists to replace themselves at the top spot, as their own Butter falls to No. 7. The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber debut on the Hot 100 at No. 3 with Stay.
“Permission To Dance officially debuts at No. 1 on this week’s #Hot100. It earns the group its fifth career No. 1 hit, and helps them become the first act to replace themselves at No. 1 since @Drake in 2018,” Billboard said on its Twitter account on Monday (U.S. time). BTS’ new No. 1 song drew 15.9 million U.S. streams and 1.1 million radio airplay audience impressions while selling 140,100 downloads in the week ending July 15, it added.