Chhattisgarh Girl Viral Video: The Salman Khan-Rani Mukherji starrer Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye is one of the most memorable films because of its music. Recently, a video of a girl singing the title song of the film is gaining a lot of traction on social media. The student from the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh was seen singing the title song, presumably, in her school. Her version of the Alka Yagnik-Kumar Sanu duet will definitely give you goosebumps.
The 8-year-old girl identified as Muri Murami, dressed in her school uniform, faces the camera and sings the song melodiously. The clip which was initially shared by an account Tribal Army on Twitter was reposted by IPS Officer Awanish Sharan who captioned it, “What a lovely voice.”
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Twitter users rained appreciation for the little girl and her singing capabilities with many suggesting the officer get her trained to become a vocalist.
“A very talented Gudiya (doll) with a melodious voice. Should be nurtured by her parents /guardians and trained young under masters. Bound to emerge with flying colours,” a user wrote. While another suggested that she participates in television singing contests which will be beneficial for her future. Some users also hailed her as a diamond who needed a little bit of training. A user commented, “The Next Lata Mangeshkar,” below the video shared by Sharan.
Muri is the second musical prodigy from the state. Earlier, a young boy Sahdev Dirdo from Sukma district went viral for his Bachpan Ka Pyar song which became a viral tune after rapper Badshah created a remix of the song.
Reportedly, Dirdo had sung Bachpan Ka Pyar at school at his teacher’s behest in 2019 who recorded his video. The clip was subsequently shared on the internet but it went viral in 2021. In the video, in he is seen singing Bachpan Ka Pyaar dressed in his school uniform.
The internet users began a manhunt for him after Badshah made a remix of the tune which also featured singer Aastha Gill. The rapper also offered to meet the child and sing a duet with him. He was also felicitated by Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
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