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‘I didn’t expect so much love for Thug Ranjha’

DNMUM417774 | 7/9/2018 | Author : Deepali Singh | WC :611

With over 30 million views for her single, singer Akasa Singh is hopeful that she will get to explore other genres as well

Her name means the sky, and Akasa Singh would like to believe that sky is the limit for her. Her single, Thug Ranjha, has received over 30 million views on YouTube and is the one song that is guaranteed to bring you to the dance floor. Ask her how it feels to get so much appreciation, and she laughs, “It’s so good! The thing is, you think you’d get used to it, but every time someone compliments the song, I feel the same excitement I did when I released it.” The Kheech Meri Photo (Sanam Teri Kasam) songstress on the track that catapulted her to fame...
Thug Ranjha isn’t a Bollywood song, yet it received great feedback. Were you expecting this kind of response?
A lot of people had faith in me, but I’m one of those ‘zero expe
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