Croon­ing glory


India Today - - SIMPLY GUJARATI -

She started singing dif­fi­cult Lata Mangeshkar clas­sics at the age of two, which was the first sign of her tal­ent. Her fam­ily soon re­alised that she was a child prodigy who could eas­ily re­mem­ber song lyrics and as­ton­ish­ingly, was able to learn the aaroh and avroh of classical sangeet in just two days. RAIN­ING SUC­CESS Ma­j­mu­dar from Ahmed­abad won ETV’S

Sur­tal ni santa kukadi when she was just seven years old and came third in Zee TV’S chil­dren’s spe­cial Saregama. She shot to fame af­ter win­ning Amul Star Voice of In­dia Ch­hote Us­taad at the age of 14, be­ing en­dorsed as the next big thing by names like Shreya Ghoshal, Shaan and Pri­tam. Ma­j­mu­dar has per­formed at many con­certs, in­clud­ing one for a crowd of al­most 70,000 peo­ple at Madi­son Av­enue for the world’s largest In­dia Day pa­rade in New York. The singer has re­leased four al­bums in a span of four years, all of which have been best­sellers. She is soon go­ing to re­lease two new Gu­jarati al­bums, Ni­rali Hun

Chhu and Haiyaa ne dar­baar and has re­cently been signed for Bol­ly­wood songs. Con­tact: 09824510357

sec­ond opinion

“She can sing any genre of songs with re­mark­able ease.”


“Just be­fore hit­ting the stage, I feel ner­vous. But it dis­ap­pears the minute I sing.”

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