Lata Mangeshkar shares video of girl who gave Indian twist to Mozart's 40th symphony; latter feels ecstatic

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Lata Mangeshkar shares budding singer’s video on Twitter& 

If you might be an artiste, some validation from an professional in that discipline is sure to provide you encouragement. The identical occurred with singer Samadipta Mukherjee, who obtained appreciation by none aside from legendary vocalist Lata Mangeshkar, by pure luck. Since then, Samadipta has been on cloud 9, and rightly so.

It so occurred that somebody despatched a video of Samadipta singing an Indianised model of Mozart’s 40th symphony to Lata Mangeshkar. The veteran singer favored it a lot that she determined to post it on her Twitter account. She captioned her post, “Namaskar. Mujhe ye video kisine bheja, is ladki ne mahan Austrian sangeetkar Mozart ki 40th Symphony G Minor ko Bhartiya Sargam mein bahut sudar tarah se gaaya hai. Main isko aashirwad deti hun ki ye ek acchi gaayika bane.”

When Samadipta noticed the post, she couldn’t imagine her luck. The budding singer replied to Lata Mangeshkar on Twitter, saying, “I literally worshipped you, respected @mangeshkarlata -Ji, from my childhood! Today, I have been blessed by the God herself! What else do I need! Keep showering your blessings on me, so that, I can reach higher levels in my musical journey! Pronaam!”

She later additionally retweeted the veteran singer’s post and wrote, “Now, the biggest news ever, of our lives — the real ‘dream come true’ moment — the most precious and priceless blessing, from the ‘Bharat Ratna’ herself… (Heartfelt thanks to Shri Mayuresh Satish Pai for bringing this huge news to us).”

Several netizens additionally reacted to Samadipta’s compelling rendition and had been all reward for her expertise. Check out a few of the reactions under:

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Samadipta’s video is now going viral on social media as folks benefit from the Indian classical twist she gave to Mozart’s creation. 

 

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