The Breakup Song singer Jonita Gandhi to carry the home down with The Zoom Studios' Stuck With You marketing campaign

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Jonita Gandhi to come back LIVE on The Zoom Studios’ web page&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

It’s been a month for the reason that nationwide lockdown passed off. While to start with individuals questioned how their each day routines would transform, a number of celebs, artistes have come ahead ever since to maintain their followers entertained by way of LIVE concert events, classes and interactions. From their social media handles that showcase every part they’re doing at residence to taking over varied family chores, celebs are doing each bit to unfold positivity. 

The Zoom Studios has began a marketing campaign referred to as #StuckWithYou the place a few of the biggest skills in India will come on-line and maintain LIVE classes to entertain their followers. The Zoom Studios’ Instagram web page will go LIVE at 9 pm today the place Bollywood playback singer Jonita Gandhi will carry the home down together with her well-known tracks like The Breakup Song, Sau Tarah Ke, Lag Ja Gale, Chandralekha, and Ye Jawaani Teri amongst others. 

Besides this, artistes like Devender Pal Singh, Ash King and  Arjun Kanungo will even be a part of within the coming days. Withe lockdown in place and you will get the concert-experience you’ve got all the time wished. You can make essentially the most of your time and be entertained tonight with a enjoyable musical session by Jonita and her melodious voice. 

Jonita, who hails from New Delhi, is thought to sing in quite a lot of languages other than Hindi. She has earlier recorded songs in English, Fresh, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujrati, Marathi, Kannada and Malayalam. She made her singing debut in Bollywood when she lent her voice to the title monitor of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone’s Chennai Express (2013). 

Jonita was recognised by her YouTube channel and was found by AR Rahman. She had even collaborated with the well-known South Asian acapella group, Penn Masala.  

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