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News |  17 Sep 2018 15:29 |  By RnMTeam

If you're recreating a legendary artist song, then make it a memorable one: Priyanka Vaidya

MUMBAI: Priyanka Vaidya, an Indian playback singer and a Saregamapa runner up is quite well known for her recreations. Her recent song, Sanson Ki Mala, originally composed by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, is doing well and has received two million views.

On the success of the song Priyanka says, “Abhi ke joh covers bante hai, after one year it is gone. So, according to me, if you’re recreating a legendary artist song then makes it a memorable one.”

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While conversing about the song process she says, “Sanson Ki Mala was done two years back and then I met my friend Sayan V Roy, who is a very good photographer as well as videographer. He got this idea, post which, I recorded the song and finally everything came out to be really nice. I recorded two times for Sanson Ki Mala, as the first time I recorded, I wasn’t satisfied. Hence, I recorded it again. Also, the video took only two to three hours and editing also was done pretty well.”

The song looks beautiful in terms of its cinematography. On this, she adds, “We had a concept of keeping the ‘Hollywood style’ theme, with the colour combination looking absolutely cool.”

When asked about how much she believes in recreations, Vaidya reveals, “I believe in recreations. We anyways can’t beat the legendary actors; they are very different and unique. Uss zamane mein jo sound create hue hai woh koi le hi nahi sakta. ‘Purane gaane ko naye generation tak lane ke liye recreations are the best way’. I like it and I do believe in recreations.”

Singer Priyanka Vaidya is known for her songs in various languages, including Hindi, Marathi, English, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali and Bhojpuri. She has also performed with Nadeem-Shravan, Udit Narayan Adnan Sami, Daler Mehndi, Mika Singh and many. Also she has done many stage shows all around the globe. Furthermore, while talking about her up-comings; Priyanka revealed that she has recorded for Bollywood projects and is also working on a mash up song.