‘Bachpan ka pyaar’ child singer Sahdev Dirdo regained consciousness after fatal accident, informs Badshah

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Badshah, Sahdev Dirdo

Highlight

  • Sahadev Dirdo had a major accident on Tuesday
  • She rose to fame after a video of her singing “Bachpan Ka Pyaar” went viral on the internet.
  • Badshah releases remix version of the song featuring the kid

Singer Badshah shared a health update for child artiste Sahdev Dardo, who met with an accident on Tuesday. The rapper-singer said that he is recovering. The ten-year-old boy rose to fame after a video of him singing “Childhood Love” went viral on the Internet. He was injured when a motorcycle skidded off the road in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district. Badshah, who released the remixed version of “Bachpan Ka Pyaar” featuring Durdo in August this year, informed netizens on Twitter that the kid is doing well and he will be heading to Raipur to meet her soon.

Badshah wrote on Twitter on Wednesday, “Sahdev is now better and has regained consciousness. Will go to Raipur to see a good neurosurgeon. Thank you for your prayers.”

Sukma Superintendent of Police Sunil Sharma Sukma Superintendent of Police Sunil Sharma told PTI that the accident took place at around 6.30 pm in Shabri Nagar area here and did not wear a helmet and fell on the head and suffered a serious head injury, while the rider suffered minor injuries. . Sharma said the boy was taken to the district hospital and after initial treatment was shifted to Jagdalpur Medical College Hospital.

After the accident, the emperor had informed the fans about Sahdev’s health.

“In touch with Sahdev’s family and friends. He is unconscious, being taken to hospital. I am there for him. Needed your prayers,” he tweeted on Tuesday.

The young boy, a native of tribal-dominated and Naxal-affected Sukma district, became an internet sensation after a video of him singing “Bachpan Ka Pyaar” went viral on the internet. The video was reportedly shot by his school teacher inside his classroom in 2019.

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