I’m Called Lady Nusrat Of Mumbai, Urmila Matondkar Still Cries On My Songs: Singer Jaspinder Narula The New Indian 41K subscribers Analytics

| Updated: 17 March, 2024 4:54 pm IST

Jaspinder Narula, the renowned Bollywood playback singer with an enchanting voice, who delivered timeless hits like “Sabki Baaratein,” “Taare Hai Baraati,” “Bumbroo Bumbroo,” and “Mehandi,” opens up to host and anchor Rohan Dua about her illustrious journey in the industry. She candidly discusses the evolution of her career, grappling with Bollywood’s patriarchy, and cherishes her most memorable moments. Sharing insights into her popular songs, she unveils the narratives behind these classics. Additionally, Jaspinder Narula applauds the government’s efforts to combat terrorism and enhance Kashmir’s beauty. Expressing a desire for public service, she hints at aspirations to join politics, showcasing her commitment to contributing positively to the nation’s welfare.

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