Ranu Mandal Song On Chhat Puja Goes Viral, Receives Criticism As Well

Nov 9: The earlier previous year, Ranu Mandal became very famous overnight thanks to the social media song ‘Ek Pyar Ka Nagma‘ that he sang at a railway station. Himesh Reshammiya, the director of Bollywood films, gave Ranu Mandal a chance to sing in his film because of that song and her talent.

Nevertheless, Ranu Mandal has not been forgotten and she continues to dominate social media for whatever reason. While this video is making waves on the internet, Ranu’s latest video is making waves as well.

In Bihar and West Bengal, Chhath songs are very often heard throughout Mahaparv Chhath, which has started. In the meantime, Ranu Mandal is claimed to have sung the first Chhath song ever on social media.

On social media, this song has become increasingly popular. This video has been viewed by over 17 lakh people so far. As Ranu is offering Arghya to the Sun God, we see the video progressing.

Mridang Music World has posted this video on their YouTube channel. As a consequence, the video has also gone viral on a variety of social media platforms.

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The video of this song has received many comments from users, including one that says this is not Ranu Mandal’s voice. Others who have viewed the video have expressed their anger.

Ranu Mandal’s name should not be used for comments and likes, wrote one user. We cannot hear Ranu Mandal’s voice on the occasion of the Chhath festival at least. Someone wrote this was a sign that the mood had deteriorated after hearing its voice.

In many parts of India during Chhath Mahaparv, there are different splendours to be seen. The festival is particularly popular in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Women revere the sixth mother during this three-day festival.

Numerous famous Bhojpuri singers provide Chhath songs for this special occasion. Throughout the year, Chhath songs are sung by the likes of Pawan Singh, Khesari Lal Yadav, Akshara Singh, and Sharda Sinha.