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Manoj Bajpayee recited poignant poem in lockdown, explained this important thing before Eid

In the Corona times, artists are constantly trying to make people aware through their creations. Industry legends, from Salman Khan to John Abraham, are entertaining people with songs and poems during the lockdown. Meanwhile, a new poem by actor Manoj Bajpayee, stuck with his family, has emerged in Uttarakhand.

Poem has been launched on T-series YouTube channel. Through this poem titled ‘Bhagwan and Khuda’, Manoj Bajpayee gives a message of communal harmony and talks of Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb. Through this poem, an attempt has been made to show that the difference between all religions is the words that humans have made.

Throughout the video, humans are being taught to keep themselves above religion. This video, made at the time of the lockdown, shows various historical buildings along with temples, mosques and prayer halls across the country.

Regarding this poem, Manoj Bajpayee explains, ‘The pen is more effective than any weapon and that is why poems like’ Bhagwan Aur Khuda ‘and the messages brought through the song are very important for the audience. This is a step towards unity and brotherhood and I am happy to be a part of it. ‘

Milap Milan Jhaveri said, ‘I am thrilled with the love and admiration BHagwan Aur Khuda received. Religious harmony and brotherhood have always been an important message in all my films. This is another attempt to bring that message out so that we can become a strong, united and secure India. When I wrote this poem, the first person to come to mind was Manoj Bajpayee, an institution in itself and one of the greatest actors. ‘

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