Television actress Divyanka Tripathi on Monday expressed grief over the demise of legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. Taking to Twitter, she wrote a heartfelt note.
“You have left our country in a vacuum today Lata ji. Art historians will study your work and your songs will live on for centuries to come. You were the era of musical development that India saw before independence, which is now It’s over. Today. RIP Ms. Lata Mangeshkar ji,” she wrote.
You have left our country in a vacuum today, Lata ji.
Art historians will study your work and your songs will live on for centuries to come. You were an era of musical development that India has witnessed from pre-independence till today, which has come to an end today.
RIP Ms. Lata Mangeshkar ji pic.twitter.com/PpNO7E1ikD
— Divyanka T Dahiya (@Divyanka_T) February 6, 2022
However, his condolence message was not liked by a social media user. A particular user accused him of copying his note. “Where have you copied these lines from,” tweeted the netizen. Divyanka hastened to give a befitting reply to the social media user
Divyanka replied, “Thank you very indirectly for showing that I write well. I appreciate your disdain.”
Lata Mangeshkar passed away on Sunday at the age of 92.
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