Keep in mind the lady who sang Lata Mangeshkar’s widespread tune ‘Ek pyaar ka nagma hai’ in her melodious voice on the Ranaghat Station in West Bengal?
The video of her singing which was shared on Fb by ‘BarpetaTown The place of peace’ went viral and it garnered over 4.2 million views and 64okay shares.
Right here is the video:
A girls working Ranaghat station in West BengalWhat a voice, felt in love with this voice
Posted by BarpetaTown The place of peace on Sunday, 28 July 2019
The girl within the video is recognized as Ranu Maria Mondal who hails from Bengal’s Nadia district, now extra well-known because the ‘Lata of Ranaghat’.
She earlier earned for residing by singing at Ranaghat station in West Bengal. Now simply in two weeks, the lady in late 50s grew to become an web sensation.
Due to the facility of social media that’s serving to her.
In accordance with a report in India Immediately, a Mumbai-based leisure channel now desires her to be a part of a music actuality present.
In the previous few days after her video went viral, many individuals have volunteered to fetch her meals and he or she has acquired many telephone calls and even a makeover at an area magnificence parlour.
Listed below are a few of her current pics:
As per India Immediately, the lady was born in Krishnanagar however after the demise of her mom, she spent most of her childhood at her aunt’s place in Ranaghat. On the age of 19, she married her neighbour Bablu Mondal and the couple went to Mumbai looking for a residing. Nonetheless, she returned again to Ranaghat as a consequence of melancholy and since then she has been residing alone.
Speaking about singing Ranu mentioned, “From my childhood, I had a passion for listening to music and singing along. Although I liked Mohammad Rafi and Mukeshji’s songs, it was Lata Mangeshkar who inspired me a lot. I could relate to her singing and the melody always touched my heart.”
Atindra Chakraborty, a 26-year-old engineer who first recorded her voice in an interview to India Immediately mentioned, “I was hanging out with my friends at a tea stall on platform No 6. A Rafi song was playing in the radio aloud. Suddenly I heard the lady humming to the tune, as she sat on the platform floor. I asked her if she could sing something for us. She sang a song and I recorded it on my mobile. We were surprised by how melodious she was.”
The native Block Improvement Officer (BDO) may even felicitate Ranu on August 14 as a part of the West Bengal authorities’s Kanyashree Divas celebrations.
Girl Who Achieved Viral Fame For Her Singing, Now Will get A Makeover & Additionally A Name From Music Actuality Present