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News |  16 Apr 2018 17:19 |  By RnMTeam

Monali Thakur's 'Tamanna' fulfilled

MUMBAI: Having bagged a national award for the song Moh Moh Ke Dhaage, from Dum Laga Ke Haisha, singer Monali Thakur is greatly lauded for her soothing, melodious numbers. And, now the singer is all set to enchant her fans with her debut single, Tamanna.

Slated to be her first solo number, Monali will be seen dancing on the beats of the foot tapping music.

Speaking about the same, Monali said, "It is a contemporary piece which is written by Amitabh Bhattacharya and is composed by international music producer, Bert Elliot. It's a fun, pop song and it is basically a portrayal of how I see my life that is carefree and full of pep. The song has hints of western influence in it in terms of the production value but it's an intricate Indian song at the end of the day."

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Monali further added, “This is my first independent song and I can say that it is a lot of excitement as it gives an artist's the space to experiment and try something new."

Monali had earlier expressed that the feeling of having her own single would be great because she will sing it for herself and not for a character. She told Radioandmusic in an earlier interview, “It is my first single, and it will be a fun one. You might just want to dance to it.”

Lastly, the 32-year-old singer had earlier confessed her wish to sing in different style, saying, "I want to sing in varied ways. I want to sing rap songs too. However, I keep in mind that the lyrics should be good."

Meanwhile, the audio of the song was launched, yesterday, on Rising Star, where Monali is one of the judges. The video of the same is expected to be unveiled within a week.