Heart is small, small hope.. of a fun-filled mind, innocent hope.. Hope to touch the moon, stars.. Hope to fly in the sky.. Dil is small, peak si hope.. listen to this song One face comes in front of the eyes and that face is of Maithili Thakur, a folk singer who won everyone’s heart at a very young age. Maithli Thakur has carved a niche for herself in the industry today. Maithili started her career with a TV reality show ‘Rising Star’ and today it is seen that Maithili shows her singing skills not only in India but also abroad. But this journey of success was not easy for Maithili in the initial phase. While reaching the destination of this success, it happened many times that Maithili had to face many difficulties.
Talking about this struggle, Maithili Thakur said in a special conversation with the media channel that – When I came to Delhi for the first time and I took admission in the school, people used to make fun of me for my English language. Initially I did not go to school, but when I saw all the children go to school, I started going to school and I got admission in 6th class. But during that time I did not understand anything. I used to face many problems because of my English. Let us tell you that Maithili Thakur started singing in Jagran at the age of 10.
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Maithili further said that whenever the teacher was teaching something in English or the children used to ask something, I used to be completely blank. When he came to know that I am from Bihar, he used to deliberately talk to me in English just to see how I respond. I remember once my teacher asked me about a book, so I said I am searching. As soon as I said this, all the children of the class started laughing out loud. I came to know later that it is called search to find. I got to learn a lot of new words here , itself, I slowly started improving myself. I studied diligently so that my self-confidence is always there in front of everyone. I brought a lot of changes in myself.
Maithili said that – Whatever happened to me throughout the day in school, I used to tell my parents. But my father used to always calm me down and say only one thing when I cried, let me speak, you just do your work. Maithili participated and won many state and national level singing competitions while still in school.
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