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Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

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  • The Nandy sisters merged the Sinhala and a Tamil song effortlessly which was loved by many music lovers. Their post also got flooded with comments of appreciation. 

Manike Mage Hithe, a Sinhala song that went viral overnight and has garnered much attention and love of music lovers from across the world, made the singer Yohani popular. Indians including several celebrities loved the song and made Instagram reels. 

Recently, Nandy sisters, who are popular on the internet for their balcony concerts with a unique and stylish presentation, have collaborated with the producers of Manike Mage Hithe for a project. 

Assamese sister duo Ankita and Antara Nandy made the big announcement on Thursday on their verified Instagram page. 

Antara and Ankita made it to the headlines a week back when the sister duo shared a cover song video in which they created a fusion of Manike Mage Hithe with Rowdy Baby. The Nandy sisters were armed with their usual ukuleles while performing the Acapella version of the song. While they tried to nail the Sinhala song with perfect pronunciations of the Sinhalese words, they created a fusion of cultural connect with Tamil and paired it with ‘Rowdy Baby’ which is a popular song from Maari 2 sung by Dhanush and Dhee. It is to be noted that Dheekshitha Venkadeshan, whose stage name is Dhee, is also a Sri Lankan singer.

The internet singing sensation captioned their post: "Manike Mage Hithe x Rowdy Baby !! I meannnn 💃❤️❤️ Can’t thank @chamindra_music didi enough for helping us out with the Sinhalese pronunciations ❤️❤️❤️"

The Nandy sisters merged the Sinhala and a Tamil song effortlessly which was loved by many music lovers. Their post also got flooded with comments of appreciation. 

Earlier in February, the sister duo had recorded a Sambalpuri folk song and they dressed up in Sambalpuri sarees. They completed their get up with Odissi dance ornaments and tribal headgears. Ankita and Antara created a fusion of two famous Sambalpuri folk songs- Rangabati and Dalkhai. The melodious recreation of the iconic folk songs won the hearts of music lovers in Odisha as well as other states. 

The sister duo has till date shared several cover songs in different languages. What amazes the netizens and music lovers is, without knowing any other regional language and without a big studio setup or music arrangements, Ankita and Antara flawlessly perform on the songs which are ear-soothing, of course. 

Well, admirers will certainly wait eagerly for the next big announcement from the Nandy sisters about their upcoming with Manike Mage Hithe Makers.
 

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