After Jungkook, now BTS's V greets Indian fans with a ‘namaste’ during live session

He was also heard saying ‘love you’ and ‘mahal kita’, which means I love you in Filipino. Photo: IANS | Instagram (bts_v)

Mumbai: BTS member V treated his Indian fans by saying namaste in a live session after he returned from Paris to Seoul. While going back home from the airport, V did a live chat session on Weverse with the BTS Army. A video shared by a fan club shows V, whose real name is Kim Taehyung, sitting in the car and reading the comments, written by his fans during the chat session.

One of the comments read: "Say Namaste (hello in Hindi)." V quickly obliged to his fan and replied with a 'Namaste', leaving his Indian fans excited.

One Indian fan wrote: "Taehyung say Namaste oh my Heart is so happy today". Another said: "He did say namaste y'all.... Indian armysssss finallyyy we did it.."

"Indian and Philippine army's won!!" said another. He was also heard saying ‘love you’ and ‘mahal kita’, which means I love you in Filipino. V also accepted a few fan requests while staying on live for seven minutes on Weverse. Taehyung recently had shared several pictures on Instagram from his Paris visit. Last week, Jungkook had also said 'Namaste' during his live session on Weverse.

(With IANS inputs)

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