Guwahati, September 14, 2019:
Assam’s viral sensation Rajkumar Thakuria, whose videos have racked up millions of views on social media, has now become a Northeast phenomenon, it seems.
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This came to light after the social media star recently announced that he had been invited to Arunachal.
As per reports, he was invited to grace the Central Solung festival at Pasighat, located near the Assam-Arunachal border.
In maybe recalled that earlier, Thakuria had released a song called ‘Chal Chal Chal Arunachal’ wherein he invites his ladylove to accompany him to an amorous adventure to the frontier state, Arunachal.
Proclaiming his popularity among the residents of Arunachal on Facebook, Thakuria wrote, “At CENTRAL SOLUNG FESTIVAL PASIGHAT, ARUNACHAL. All the district of ARUNACHAL’S People came to this festival to meet and said Raku da -RAKU DA”.
Not only this but the ‘You are a Doctor’ singer also uploaded several pictures at certain landmarks, including the iconic Dola-Sadiya bridge.
In all the pictures, the Assamese social media icon was flanked by his ‘fans’.
Meanwhile, social media anxiously awaits the star’s next film. His last movie to be released on YouTube is the critically reviled ‘A Wondrous Army’, which, defying all odds, has racked up an impressive 75k views on YouTube.
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