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Kili Paul: India’s national anthem sung in Tanzania, PM Modi is also a fan… Deadly attack on Kylie Paul, who loves Bollywood

Dodoma: Tanzanian social media star Kylie Paul, who became famous by singing Indian songs on the internet, was attacked in the past. The attackers attacked them with knives and thrashed them with sticks. Kylie Paul sips and dances to Bollywood songs. This style of his is liked in India and all over the world. Often his videos also go viral. Despite having millions of followers and a huge fan following, it is surprising to see such an attack on Kylie Paul. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also mentioned Kylie Paul in ‘Mann Ki Baat’.

According to reports, five unidentified men attacked Kylie Paul with a knife and thrashed her with sticks. By sharing a story on Instagram, Paul informed about this and told that he is injured and has got five stitches. There was also a picture of him in the story in which he is seen lying on a stretcher. The caption accompanying the photo read, ‘People want to bring me down but God always takes me forward. pray for me.’

Indian High Commission honored
The next story read, ‘Five people attacked me. The thumb of my right hand was injured with a knife and I have got five stitches. I was thrashed with sticks but thank God I survived. They have fled but I am injured. Kylie Paul is very popular in India for making videos of Hindi songs and dialogues. In an interview, he said that he was “in love with Bollywood” by the Indian High Commission in Tanzania in February. Indian diplomat Binaya Pradhan shared some pictures with Kylie Paul from the High Commission office in Tanzania.

PM Modi praised in ‘Mann Ki Baat’
PM Modi also mentioned Kylie Paul and her sister Neema Paul in the 86th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in February. He praised the video and lipping of both the brothers and said that he is grateful to Lata didi for paying tribute to her and singing our national anthem. After this, Kylie Paul also shared the screenshot and informed about it. People praised him fiercely on this post. Kylie Paul also thanked PM Modi in a post.

More than 36 million followers on Instagram
Kylie Paul wrote in her post, ‘I am very happy and want to thank Sir Narendra Modi. I woke up with this beautiful news and jumped with joy. It inspires me a million times.’ Actually Kimi Paul comes from the Masai tribe of Tanzania. He lives in the village of Mindu Tuliyani in the East Pavani area of ​​Tanzania. He first started lipping Hindi songs on Tiktok but when Tiktok got banned in India, Paul came on Instagram where he has more than 36 lakh followers.


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