Late Mangeshkar joined Bollywood actors such as Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgan in using similar hashtags.
She wrote: “Namaskar, India is a glorious nation and we all Indians stand with our heads held high. As a proud Indian, I have full faith, that any issues or problems that as a country we face; we are fully equipped to resolves them amicably, keeping the interest of our people in mind. Jai Hind.”
The following was the reaction on Lata Mangeshkar’s tweet:
Madam, I am fan of your Singing but sorry in this case you have missed the bus Madam Completely when Farmers were struggling in the open space & when more than 200 Farmers shaheed ho gayaa you were completely SILENT& WHY THE HELL ARE YOU TWEETING NOW MADAM.. SORRY I AM NOT WITY U— Arun Padmonkar (@ArunPadmonkar) February 3, 2021
So, you lend your voice to cinema guys for money? Do you have any moral?— கல்வெட்டு (@kalvetu) February 3, 2021
Popularity comes with social responsibility. Its the responsibility of popular people to be a voice of voiceless people #FarmersProtest
Learn from @rihanna . Not the cinema voice but the humanity.
Copy paste on each and every tweet😂😂— #Mass_Report_Op|| ॐ || (@AR_070106) February 4, 2021