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Neha Kakkar posts note for ‘well wishers’ amongst criticism over ‘O Sajna’

Neha Kakkar is a popular voice amongst the masses but her recent release ‘O Sajna’ has not been positively received as it is a rendition of the beloved Falguni Pathak single ‘Maine Payal Hai Chhankai’. Kakkar has not directly responded to the criticism but took to social media to post a message for her ‘well wishers’.

On Instagram, Kakkar wrote (@nehakakkar), “Very few people in the world get what I have received in life. That too at such a young age. This kind of fame, love, countless super hit songs, super duper hit TV shows, world tours, fans from little kids to 80-90 years old people and what not!! You know why I got all this, because of my talent, hardwork, passion and positivity. So…today I just wanna thank God and each one of you for giving me what I have today. Thank you!! I am the most blessed child of God. Thank you again! Wishing you all a lifetime of happiness. And for those who’re sooo unhappy seeing me HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL, I feel sorry for them. Bechaare… Plz keep commenting. I won’t even delete them. Coz I know and everybody knows what NEHA KAKKAR is! If talking in such a manner, saying such bad things about me, abusing me.. makes them feel good and if they think it will ruin my day. Then I’m sorry to inform them that I’m too blessed to have bad days. This God’s child is always happy cause God himself is keeping me happy.”

Meanwhile, Pathak and Kakkar have come together for an episode of ‘Indian Idol 13’ which the latter is a judge on.

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