Kolkata resident Ranu Mondal turned out to be an internet sensation through her viral video recording in which she was witnessed crooning melody queen Lata Mangeshkar's super duper hit song 'Ek Pyar Ka Nagma Hai' at the railway station.
After her singing video became viral, Ranu got noticed by a number of people as well as celebs.
Ace Bollywood singer Himesh Reshammiya provided Ranu a great chance to lend her voice for two songs in his forthcoming project 'Happy Hardy And Heer'.
The web sensation Ranu Mondal, during a special talk with media people, talked about her Bollywood journey, singer Himesh and also about her comparison with India’s well known and legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar.
Himesh got to know about her on the sets of his super hit show 'Superstar Singer'.
Whilr talking about Ranu and her voice, he stated that he would like to help her as he liked the holiness in Ranu's singing.
In addition, he also said that he was looking for a similar voice for his song 'Teri Meri Kahani'.
Ranu, expressed gratitude towards Himesh for this big chance and stated that it all happened due to him.
On being compared with Lata Mangeshkar, she stated that she is very pleased that she was compared with Lata Ji. She added that it is really a big thing for her.
Ranu Mondal said, "Lataji ki umar ke hisab se mai choti thi, hu aur aage ja kar bhi rahungi.. Bachpan se unka awaz pasand hai. (As far as age is concerned, I am younger to her and will always remain her junior. I have loved Lataji's voice since childhood)."
During the special talk, Ranu and Himesh also sung 'Teri Meri Kahani', 'Adat' and 'Aashiqui Mei Teri' tracks from the movie Happy Hardy And Heer'.
Ranu while talking about her Bollywood career, stated that she would love to croon for Himesh Reshammiya again in the coming time.
When Lata Ji got to know about her, she expressed pleasure.
"Agar mere naam aur kaam se kissiko bhala hota hai toh main apne-aap ko khush-kismat samajhti hoon (If anyone gets benefited by my name and work then I feel fortunate). But I also feel imitation is not a reliable and durable companion," Lata Ji added.