When a 16-year-old Sonu Nigam sang Mahabharat title music&
- Sonu Nigam shared an previous video of him singing the title music of BR Chopra’s tv present Mahabharat.
- The video immediately went viral on social media
- Fans cannot cease speaking in regards to the signer’s unimaginable efficiency within the clip
There is not any denying that Sonu Nigam is among the most gifted performers in tinsel city. The singer has crooned many soulful numbers in his superb profession and has been a fan-favourite for a few years. Recently an previous video of the artiste went viral on Twitter and other people cannot cease gushing over a 16-year-old Sonu singing Mahabharat’s title observe.
The clip was initially shared by the singer himself. He penned, “Singing Mahabharat song | Aadharshila Awards Function | 17th September,1989 Sharing one of the precious videos from the good old days. Here at Talkatora Indore Stadium, I was singing the Mahabharat song which I had mastered completely based on my memory, we did not have video streaming platforms like YouTube those days.”
Right after that, the video went viral and plenty of of his followers tweeted about it. One consumer wrote, “My Favorite singer #SonuNigam Sir in His young age 16 Years only at Delhi Talkatora Stadium. To me He is the Greatest Singer India has ever Produced. A True Legend I am blessed that at least we both have one thing in Common – We both are #kayastha “
Another one tweeted, “Sonu Nigam singing the #Mahabharat title song as a 16 year old is so heart warming “
One extra tweet in regards to the video reads, “16-Year-Old Sonu Nigam Sings Mahabharat Song Live in Front of the Show’s Cast. “
This will not be the primary throwback video of the singer that caught our consideration as earlier the star had shared one other wonderful throwback video. He wrote, “Here is a performance from Natraj Awards ceremony held at Talkatora Indore Stadium in January, 1989. From being a child artist on stage since 1977 to this in Jan 1989 when I had just emerged as an adolescent in the Delhi music scenario and had started making waves as a proper male singer, those were life changing days.”
He went on so as to add, “You can see Mr. Anu Malik ji and Mr. Shabbir Kumar ji standing at the back. Just 6 months before this program, I had won my second biggest competition at Yaadgar E Rafi society in Siri fort where I had sung ‘Chal Ud Jaa Re Panchi’ and then after 2 months in September, 1988, there was a night in the name of Shankar Jaikishan where I had sung ‘Kahaan Jaa Raha Hai Tu Aye Jaane Vaale ‘ which was a massive hit.”
Isn’t he extremely gifted?