On May 21, a most awaited day for BTS Army as the band is going to release its second English language single ‘Butter’. With all the fans waiting for butter, it is unsurprising that Amul, the famous brand of dairy products in India, has made a move and made a doodle. Due to this, the excitement of the fans on social media is on another level. While Amul shared the doodle on their social handle on 30 April, the fans shared it across various platforms.
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On 30 April, in the post released by Amul, the band’s seven members – RM, Suga, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, are seen enjoying the buttered toast served by the Amul girl. When the brand sketched the popular idols, they tried to capture their characteristics and their signature with embezzling mics in the doodle.
The post says,” BeaTS other butter!” on the top and “Amul K-pop it onto bread!” underneath, with the caption “#Amul Topical: Korean band announces single ‘Butter’!”.
The image has been widely shared across many platforms. People loved it and some even believe that it is the result of the growing popularity of K-pop across the globe.
It all started when the band performed a live streamed showing a butter cube melting in an hour. Though there was no information about it, the fans amassed it by having viewers around 14 million. It resulted in ‘butter’ becoming one of the most trending words on the internet.
The fans tweeted their different opinions and showed their happiness and excitement on this image. Someone said, “ Our fav company and one of the biggest company in India show their support to the biggest Korean boy band @BTS_twt and their next singles #Butter I cannot believe that @Amul_Coop is also the fan of @BTS_twt.” A fan also tweeted: “ Amul butter is whipped for Bangtan”. A fan also said, “ The thing is that even the Amul girl met bts but not me” and showed her wish to meet them.
BTS is a K-pop band with seven members. It is the first Korean band group who got nominated for a Grammy in the ‘Best pop duo/group performance’. Among all of this, they are the first K-pop group to get featured on the cover of Time magazine. They have many fans around the world.
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