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Here’s why #DadlaniFacts is trending on Twitter

Vishal Dadlani makes a blunder by wrongly linking Lata Mangeshkar’s legendary song to Nehru and soon #DadlaniFacts starts trending on Twitter.

Vishal Dadlani, a music director, producer, and one of the judges on the singing reality show, Indian idol is getting slammed on social medial. Want to know the reason? Well, in one of the recent episode of Indian idol, Vishal Dadlani wrongly linked Lata Mangeshkar’s legendary song Aye Mere Watan Ke Logon to Nehru.

Reacting to a contestant’s performance of Lata Mangeshkar’s Aye Mere Watan Ke Logon song in a Republic Day special of the Indian Idol show on Sunday, Dadlani had said, “Lata Ji had sung this song for our country’s first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru 73-74 years ago.”

However, after realizing the fact that he had messed up his general knowledge and history lessons in school, he went on to apologize while pointing out that he is being targeted for making such a factual error and asked Hindutva supporters why they had chosen to remain shun on the revelation that Arnab Goswami had celebrated the death of 40-plus CRPF soldiers in the Pulwama terror attack on 14 February.

Soon, Twitterati had taken by storm by #DadlaniFacts with hilarious memes and jokes on songs and their comical reference to national leaders.

Have a look:

Aye Mere Watan Ke Logon is written by Kavi Pradeep, sang by Lata Mangeshkar in 1963 in memory of those Indian soldiers, who were killed in the Indo-China war of 1962.

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