Kalle Kalle: Don't Miss Shalmali Sizzling Moves On TikTok To Her Brand New Single

Shalmali’s Tik-Tok with her own new single Kalle Kalle is trending now!

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Kalle Kalle: Don't Miss Shalmali Sizzling Moves On TikTok To Her Brand New Single
In the most romantic month of the year, Shalmali brings relief to all you girls who are happy in their singledom! Shalmali is back to surprise you with a brand new, peppy and perky song, Kalle Kalle. This song stands for all the girls who are happy alone and do not need a partner to complete them on Valentine’s day. 

The popular Marathi singer Shalmali is a true Marathi talent who has made herself a strong career in international music. Shalmali gave us amazing musical tracks like Tu Mila, Tu Tu Tana, Naughty Girl, etc and has constantly been inspiring women to be ‘kickass’. Her voice, her dance, her fitness videos, her stunning fashion, and her opinions are truly inspiring.

Catch her inspiring new track in this Tik-Tok video Shalmali shared on Instagram:

Shalmali also shares a teaser video unveiling the original look of her music video. Shalmali is seen wearing smoking hot outfits and scintillating hair, make-up, and accessories. She writes, “Hope you are warmed up to #KalleKalle as the music video drops this 14th February! Watch out for a lot of dance, drama, and dazzle. Let's be #singleandkhush this Valentine's Day!”

This talented singer, recently, released another one of her brand new single titled Ruka Ruka, which was based on modern love stories where communication is ceaseless and powerful than ever but hearts are broken when people can’t talk to each other openly.

Shalmali who is currently going all guns blazing with her concerts Shalmali Live, has become an independent and strong youth icon for girls and women. This picture of her album cover is certainly making her also a style icon.

image source:-instagram/shalmiaow
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