Years After Being Separated, Kolkata Train Station Singer Ranu Mondal Meets Daughter

Years After Being Separated, Kolkata Train Station Singer Ranu Mondal Meets Daughter

A woman from Kolkata Railway Station has won the hearts of millions of people with her top-notch singing skills. Ranu Mondal has become a sensational singer overnight by singing popular Lata Mangeshkar song. Soon, her video song went viral across the internet and the music composers, film stars and others have started offering her a chance as a playback singer. We all know this news in the past. 

In recent times, a good thing has happened after her video went viral. Her long lost daughter Swati found Ranu Mondal in the video and managed to meet her mother after years of separation.

After getting a chance to record her songs in different sessions in Mumbai, Ranu was truly elated and excited post-meeting her daughter Swati. She was in tears of joy as she met her daughter after several years.

As per the latest report, her daughter Swati left Ranu almost 10 years ago. The reason was that she couldn’t accept her mother’s lifestyle.

However, some of the netizens have been mocking Swati for coming back to her mother as she earned fame and money in a short span of time.

When her video reached popular music composers they offered her a chance to sing for a Bollywood track. Himesh Reshammiya, one of the popular musicians of Bollywood promised her to give a chance as a playback singer for his upcoming film Happy Hardy and Heer. Himesh posted a video of her while singing the song ‘Teri Meri’ for his next film.

She got her makeover completely and mesmerizing the netizens with her melodious voice.

While she was at the Ranaghat Railway Station in West Bengal, one of the passengers, Atindra Chakraborty recorded her voice and video while she was singing ‘Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma Hai’ song of Lata Mangeshkar. He posted the video and soon it went viral across social media.

 “It was a chance encounter. 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,” says 26-year-old engineer Atindra Chakraborty.


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