‘Ek Pyar ka Nagma Hai’ viral woman gets a makeover. See pics

Remember the viral lady from Ranaghat Railway Station in West Bengal who sang Lata Mangeshkar's well-known song 'Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma Hai?' Her rendition of the famous song from Shor became a web sensation recently on social media.


The lady from Ranaghat Railway station got identified as Ranu Mondal and she just got a makeover! Also, this makeover has not only changed her looks but has changed her entire life.

The video of her song was shared on Facebook and it collected 3.9 million views and 59.7k shares. The video without a doubt broke the web by storm. Comments on her video are as yet pouring in on the video.

Social media definitely has the power to make an individual famous and that is the thing that occurred in her situation.

She has now been getting requests to perform in Kolkata, Mumbai, Kerala and even from over the outskirts in Bangladesh. She has likewise been getting offers for recording her own music collection.

Her makeover was likewise been sponsored by the show administrators who have been offering her for performances. Be that as it may, she has been recently invited to a TV reality show in Mumbai and the costs for her traveling is being borne by the makers.


The photographs of her makeover have just turned out to be viral on Facebook. See her drastic transformation right below:

Ranu has been hitched to Bablu Mondal in Mumbai. Be that as it may, after her husband other passed on, she came back to Ranaghat in West Bengal where she brought home the bacon singing songs for daily suburbanites.


by Lokendra Sharma | Fri, Aug 09 - 11:14 AM

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