My husband worked at film star Feroz Khan’s house as a cook, says Ranu Mondal

Ranu Mondal, the viral internet sensation, has taught us the fact that luck and destiny indeed exists. In a recent interview, Ranu Mondal exposed some shocking details of her life story and how she survived so far.

The 60 year old singer has already recorded two songs for ace music director Himesh Reshammiya and also other songs in Delhi and West Bengal.

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In her interview, Mondal revealed that she was not born on a foot path and belonged to a good family. She got separated from her parents while she was just six months old and also mentioned that her life is full of highs and lows. This is not the first time that she is coming in close touch with the film industry.

She stated, “We shifted from West Bengal to Mumbai after marriage. My husband worked at filmstar Feroz Khan’s house as a cook. His son Fardeen was in college at that time. They used to treat us very well, like family members.”

Earlier, Ranu Mondal and her husband were working at actor Feroz Khan's house after they shifted to Mumbai from West Bengal after their marriage. Her husband worked as a cook at Feroz Khan's house and at that time, Feroz's son Fardin was in the college.

Mondal also stated that Feroz Khan's family treated them very well and considered them as family members.

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Before she came to Mumbai, Ranu Mondal lived with her grandmother in West Bengal, but after some time she was left along due to her destiny. She also had a own house and during her struggle, there were days of loneliness. The singer believed in God and always sang according to the situations, and she did not do it for getting singing opportunities, but just for the sake of love towards singing.

Now, after she has become popular, Ranu is happy that she is able to reunite with her daughter and also likes to try continuing her luck in Bollywood.

by Ricky Tandon | Mon, Sep 02 - 12:08 PM

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