Remember Ranu Mondal? Of course, how can anybody forget her? For the uninitiated, a video of Ranu singing on West Bengal’s Ranaghat railway station had gone viral early this year. And in no time she became an Internet sensation, the Ranu Mondal. Her viral video caught none other than Himesh Reshammiya’s eyes who gave her a break in her film and she bagged the golden opportunity of recording a song named ‘Teri Meri Kahani’ for Himesh Reshammiya’s upcoming film, Happy, Hardy and Heer. The song was later dropped on the social platforms too.
But do you know this song has become the most searched song of the year on Google? Yes, you heard that right! Teri Meri Kahani has become an instant hit by breaking several records on the Internet. Apart from that, other songs like Le Photo Le, Teri Pyari Pyari Do Akhiya, Vaste, and Coca-Cola Tu were also popular on Google this year. After getting fame, Ranu Mondal was mired into a controversy when she was seen throwing a fit at a fan who had asked for a selfie. (ALSO READ: Teri Meri Kahani: Viral Sensation Ranu Mondal Graces The Song Launch Alongside Himesh Reshammiya, Pictures Inside)
Earlier, speaking more about the incident, the music composer had said, “When I met Ranu Ji, I realised she is blessed with divinity. Her singing was mesmerizing and I could not stop myself from offering her the best I could. She has a God’s gift which needs to be shared with the world, by singing in my upcoming movie, Happy Hardy and Heer. I think I will help her voice reach everyone. She also learned the tune on the sets live and she will record the track soon and the song is titled “Teri Meri Kahaani”. This song is very close to my heart and will be released in the next few days with its video.”
Ranu has also found a place for herself on the top 10 most searched Indian personalities on Google 2019.
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