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VIDEO: Rain of notes in Gujarat, many notes scattered on singers

Highlights:

  • Fans showered notes on Urvashi Radadia
  • A pile of notes is piling up around the singer on the stage
  • Urvashi is a famous singer from Gujarat

MUMBAI: Famous Gujarati singer Urvashi Radadia was showered with notes by one of her fans during a program in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Urvashi Radadia shared this video on her social media account. The video went viral within a few hours.

What happened at the event
Singer Urvashi Radadia had a public event. A video of the event went viral on social media. In this video, a fan of Urvashi walks on stage during the Bhar program and is seen pouring pimpbhar notes on the singing Urvashi. Not only that, there are notes all over the stage. In addition, there are references to singer Urvashi. Not only that, the audience in the auditorium also showered him with notes. Everyone is shocked to see this video. After watching this video, OMG exclamations come from everyone’s mouth

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The video of Urvashi Radadia’s rain of notes went viral on social media. People are shocked to see this video. This video was shared by Urvashi on his Instagram. In this video he wrote, “The Tulsi wedding was organized by the entire Hirawadi group. Thank you for your priceless love … ‘

Who is Urvashi Radadia?
Urvashi Radadia is a famous folk singer. In Kathiawar he is known as Kuku. His song ‘Nagar Nand Ji Na Lal’ is very popular … Urvashi grew up in Ahmedabad. He started his music career in the past six years. Urvashi has been training in classical music for three years. “Everything I am today is thanks to music,” she says.

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Urvashi is a famous singer from Gujarat. Urvashi had dreamed of becoming an IAS officer since childhood. But her dream came true because she wanted to take care of her family. Urvashi has sung songs in Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi and Rajasthani.

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