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News |  17 May 2018 18:43 |  By RnMTeam

Sanah Moidutty recreates a Malayali classic

MUMBAI: The incredibly talented singer, Sanah Moidutty is back with another rendition of the extremely famous Malayalam song, Shyama Meghame Nee from the movie Adhipan.

The new arrangement of the song is contemporary while Sanah's vocals retain the original flavour. Moidutty, who is a Malayali herself, takes immense pleasure in rendering and recreating old Malayalam numbers. Her previous renditions, Poomaaname and Ponveene have crossed millions of views on YouTube.

Talking about her new release, she said, “Growing up in a Malayali household in Mumbai, Carnatic music and contemporary music have always co-existed since day one. If I am drawn to the depth in Carnatic music on one side, on the other, I’m equally inclined to the kind of vibrancy and colour Western contemporary music brings. Rendering such songs, are nothing but expressing my inner creative voice in its most natural element. It’s so comforting and inspiring at the same time.”

Watch the song below:

The singer who rose to fame with Rahman’s Mohenjo Daro has lent her voice to several other composers including Vishal-Shekar, Sachin-Jigar and Vishal R Khosla amongst others. Over the years, Moidutty has become a sensation with her melodious renditions of popular tracks and independent work on YouTube and her vibrant live shows (solo and otherwise). Moidutty stands as one of the most promising singers in the industry and was recently awarded 'Best Singing Sensation' for the year 2017 at the Asia Vision Movie Awards 2017 for the song Afeemi from Meri Pyaar Bindu.