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Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • Arunita and Sayli Kamble's Doraemon reel has received appreciation from its original singer.
  • Sonal Kaushik has praised the singing of the Indian Idol 12's top singers.

Indian Idol 12’s Arunita Kanjilal and Sayli Kamble have been sharing some wonderful reels and videos from their concerts and stay abroad. A day ago the duo shared a reel that shows the top reality show singers singing and dancing to the famous Doraemon’s title song. The two girls are dancing in the snow while a shivering Pawandeep Rajan looks at them.

Like always, fans appreciated the reel of these two young singers. But for a change this time the reel was also noticed by the original singer of the Doraemon’s title song- Sonal Kaushal who is a famous voiceover artist and has given voiceover to many popular comic characters on television apart from Doraemon. Replying to a YouTube portal, Sonal has made comments in monosyllables saying that the reel was wow, nice and perfect.

She has really liked this reel by Arunita Kanjilal and Sayli Kamble. It seems Sayli is also quite happy that Sonal has praised their reel and has included the news in her Instagram story. Even earlier Arunita had shared a post on Doraemon and received a reaction from Sonal. 

The rumours about the fallout between Arunita and Pawandeep has been making round ever since she stepped out of a music video. While the young Bong singer will not feature in the video one thing that has not changed is her bonding with Pawandeep. The rumours about their breakup stopped after Arunita and Pawandeep were seen holding hands in the snow a day ago.

Fans have been shipping these two ever since the two featured on Indian Idol 12 and emerged as the top 2 singers. Undoubtedly, both are very good singers and have the potential to make it big on their own. But as a pair, they attract more attention, audience, and gossip which is so essential in today’s times to stay relevant on social media.

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