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Yohani met with accident

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Sri Lankan singing sensation Yohani de Silva had met with an accident on stage during her last performance in India.

In a Facebook post, she said,

“Show must go on! Had an accident on stage during the last performance. As I was so engrossed in the moment and performing for you I knocked my face on the head of a guitar. I didn’t realize that I bruised my face in the process as well. This is the aftermath. ‘Our lives are shaped by how we move. By how hard we push, flip, fly, and hang. Our stories are written on our calluses and scars, through our battles and mistakes'”

After her cover song ‘Manike mage hithe’ went viral, she was invited to several music shows in India. Yohani also sang the official female version of song ‘Shiddat,’ which is included in upcoming Bollywood movie with the same name.

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