Ranu Mondal at Teri Meri Kahani song launch: God willing one day I will go back to my kids

Recently at a Teri Meri Kahani song launch, Ranu Mondal graced the event along with Himesh and other star cast and members. During the press conference, Ranu said that she would like to thank god for the great opportunity. She also thanked people who showered her with love and appreciation.
Ranu Mondal at Teri Meri Kahani song launch: God willing one day I will go back to my kidsRanu Mondal at Teri Meri Kahani song launch: God willing one day I will go back to my kids
  • 0
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Share on whatsapp

Ranu Mondal became an overnight sensation post her video singing Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma at Ranaghat railway station went viral.  She was highly praised for her voice and many even compared her to Lata Mangeshkar. Mondal was later invited by singer-composer Himesh Reshammiya to singing reality show Superstar Singer. During the show, Himesh revealed that he will give her a break as a playback singer. The singer-actor signed her up for songs for his upcoming movie Happy Hardy and Heer. For the unversed, she crooned Teri Meri Kahani, Aadat and reprised version of Asiqui Mein Teri for the movie.

And now, recently at a Teri Meri Kahani song launch, Ranu graced the event along with Himesh and other star cast and members. During the press conference, Ranu said that she would like to thank god for the great opportunity. She also thanked people who showered her with love and appreciation.

During the event, when asked whether she would like to return to her family and kids, Ranu said, “God willing one day I will go back to my kids and we all can be together again.” Meanwhile, the viral sensation is getting many offers. She also said that she used to sing during shows but later she quit as she got busy with personal life. She also thanked Himesh for giving her the break.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Himesh Reshammiya (@realhimesh) on

What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comment section below.

Add new comment