A Nagpur woman, Vandana Golchha, sang 127 songs within 3 hours. With this, she entered the India Book of Records. The event was organized by India Book of Records at Chitnavis Centre, Civil Lines, in Nagpur on Monday (Sept 18). All India Radio’s announcer Kishan Sharma graced the event.
Golchha said that she memorized 1,500 songs. Out of these, she had to sing a minimum 90 songs within 3 hours. She sang 127 songs with one stanza each and won the title.
The singing star works as a financial adviser with ICICI Bank. She said she is not a professional singer and that her hard work and passion helped her to achieve the feat
Nikhilesh Sawarkar, adjudicator, India Book of Records, clarified that she was not organizing any competition as the aim is to motivate people and enhance their talent.
Golchha sung songs of the bygone era like ‘Ankhiyon ke jharokon se’, ‘Dil cheez kya hai’, ‘Dil vil pyar vyar’ and many more.
An inspiration for her family
Her daughter Khyati is all-praise for her. Speaking to TOI, Khyati said, “We always admired her for her disciplined life and this achievement is an addition to her string of victories. She hardly gets any time to pursue her hobbies and the songs she rendered today were all learnt by heart during her younger days.”
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