Watch: Web sensation Ranu Mondal records repeated variant of Aashiqui Mein Teri with Himesh Reshammiya
Web sensation and artist Ranu Mondal is heading for good things.
Web sensation and artist Ranu Mondal is heading for good things. For the unversed, she as of late got super Bollywood playback singing break by music author vocalist Himesh Reshammiya. She effectively recorded Teri Meri Kahani and Aadat tracks for Himesh's forthcoming motion picture called Happy
Web sensation and vocalist Ranu Mondal is heading for good things. For the unversed, she as of late got super Bollywood playback singing break by music composer-singer Himesh Reshammiya. She perfectly recorded Teri Meri Kahani and Aadat tracks for Himesh's forthcoming picture called Happy Hardy and Heer. Furthermore, presently, she recorded her third tune which is the repeated version of 36 China Town's Ashiqui Mein Teri. Reshammiya took to his social media life to share a short clip displaying Ranu singing close by Himesh in a recording studio.
Along the video, he composed a long note expressing gratitude towards people for supporting her. The caption read as, "Production of the tune is in progress, this is just a scratch, thank you, dear people , of the globe, for expediting this unadulterated smile on Ranu ji s face, her adaptability and confidence is developing with every song. The recreation of Aashiqui Mein Teri from happy hardy and heer is a proof. Loads of adoration, wishing every one of you a Happy Ganesh Chaturthi."
For the unversed, Ranu before long made waves on the web when a video of her singing Lata Mangeshkar's melody Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma turned into a web sensation. In a meeting with Indian Express, Ranu communicated her bliss over Himesh offering her the reprieve. She stated, "This was the first occasion when that somebody prepared me. I don't have a clue about the details of singing. Himesh ji treated me like a relative and gave me my life's greatest chance. I can't say thanks to God enough for making me live a fantasy."
Talking about Mondal, she hails from Ranaghat, West Bengal and was spotted by Atindra Chakraborty at the Ranaghat railroad station. Chakraborty posted the video via web-based networking media and soon it circulated around the web with over 2.5 million perspectives.