New Delhi: Sahdev Dirdo, the 10-year-old kid who rose to fame after a clip of him singing “Bachpan ka Pyaar” went viral all over the internet is now ready to enter the NFT or non-fungible token space. As per the report by Moneycontrol, the NFTs launched by Dirdo will be sold on the NFT platform nOFTEN. Reportedly, Dirdo is the youngest Indian to enter the digital asset space.
On December 28, Dirdo suffered severe injuries after meeting with a fatal road accident in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma. He was riding pillion with his father on a motorcycle.
The clip of “Bachpan ka pyaar” was shot by the kid’s teacher nearly two years ago. Following the video becoming hit online, Indian famous rapper Badshah collaborated with the boy and released a revised version of the song.
Besides, Badshah shared an update regarding Dirdo’s health after a day, the kid faced with the accident.
Dirdo himself took to Instagram earlier this week, saying that he has completely recovered from the injuries. Also, he thanked his fans and friends for all their prayers and well wishes.
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An NFT is a digital ledger that can be bought and sold using blockchain technology. NFT certifies as a digital asset to be unique and is thus not interchangeable. NFTs can be anything digital such as photos, videos, audio, amongst others.
However, the NFT space was taken by storm with celebrities and corporations joining the craze, especially after the post-covid times.
In India, several celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Salman Khan, Malayalam actor Rima Kallingal and Sunny Leone have launched their NFTs.