Young­sters should con­trib­ute to In­dia first: Kher

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Singer Kailash Kher (left) feels that young artists of In­dia should serve the coun­try in­stead of go­ing abroad and leav­ing their moth­er­land be­hind.

“I am in love with my moth­er­land and I strongly feel and rec­om­mend that the young­sters of our coun­try should pay back to this na­tion. You can go to Ox­ford or Cam­bridge but in the end it is im­por­tant to give back what this coun­try has given you. You can learn the cul­ture of the world but please never for­get your own roots,” says Kher, who was hon­oured with the Padma Shri at the 67th Re­pub­lic Day last month.

The singer, who has sung tracks such as Saaiyan, Tere Naina, Al­lah Ke Bande and Yun Hi Chala Chal, be­lieves that con­fi­dence is the key to suc­cess.

“Have faith in your work, in your wor­ship and in your up­bring­ing. These things can never let you fall or face any trou­ble,” says the 43-year-old singer.

“I faced a lot of strug­gle in my grow­ing up years but never ques­tioned God’s de­ci­sions. I know that we al­ways get what­ever is writ­ten in our des­tiny and as per what­ever Karma we col­lect for our­selves. I know everything hap­pens for a rea­son and I’m glad that now I’m in that po­si­tion to some­time give back to my moth­er­land,” he adds.

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