Virat Kohli to feature in Divine and Jonita Gandhi's rap song Naya Sher

Virat Kohli to feature in Divine and Jonita Gandhi's rap song Naya Sher

The new anthem showcases how bold choices make a difference as Divine and Jonita drop hard-hitting bars as Virat Kohli dances along.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Friday, January 06, 2023, 06:11 PM IST
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Former India captain Virat Kohli said that he has never shied away from making bold choices as he will be seen featuring in a rap song titled 'Naya Sher' by rappers Divine and Jonita Gandhi.

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This new anthem showcases how bold choices make a difference as Divine and Jonita drop hard-hitting bars as Virat Kohli dances along.

Speaking on the occasion, Virat Kohli said, "I've always been a player who never shies away from making bold choices on or off the field. I continue to carry the same attitude that helped me become who I am."

He added, "The boy from West Delhi would not be who he is if I had not made bold choices back then. It was a surreal experience shooting this song. I was myself whilst we shot this. To all the Naya Shers, Naya Daur, yeh tumhara kissa hai."

Divine said, “I am blessed that my journey has provided inspiration for those who want to follow their passion in life. For me Hip-Hop & music have always come first, and I am glad I followed my heart. Through this collaboration, Jonita and I have looked at bringing to life the conflict in everyone’s mind while they choose bold, aiming to inspire the next generation of path breakers along the way.”

“Walking down the set path was never what I wanted to do. I always dreamed big, no matter how unlikely the prospects. It took a lot of courage and support, but I decided to believe in my abilities and push forward. When one door closed, I found another one and kept challenging the norms. With a lot of persistence and this ‘never say never’ attitude, I have been able to reach incredible heights and I am extremely proud to have chosen bold. As I say in the song (in Telugu), ‘Gelupe Mana Sontham,’ which means ‘The Victory is Ours’”, said Jonita Gandhi about her journey and the song.

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