Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Love for music is exceptional. Music triggers emotions and moods and its soothing power has a great impact on quality of life. Almost everyone loves to listen to music and the music genre depends on the mood. Thanks to the creative persons who decorate the music flawlessly, that acts like honeydew for the ears. 

However, there are some extremely talented persons and God-gifted. They exhibit their talent in music and stun everyone. If you are a music lover, you must have come across different musical instruments. However, there are certain musical instruments made from different objects that will leave anyone surprised. 

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Here we bring a video of such a God-gifted person who has an absolutely stunning talent. The man can create music flawlessly with a single leaf. 

As seen in the video, the man is sitting in the driver's seat of a car and interacting with the person capturing the video. At first, he introduces himself as Raj Kumar from Himachal Pradesh. The man is seen holding a leaf and putting it inside his mouth. 

Turning the leaf into a musical instrument, the man starts playing the music of the evergreen classic song ‘Mere Naina Sawan Bhadon’ from 1976 movie, Mehbooba. The movie starred Superstar Rajesh Khanna and Dream Girl Hema Malini. While Anand Bakshi penned the lyrics, the legend RD Burman decorated it musically. The music from the leaf somehow sounds like a shehnai. 

While the song was a musical hit and remains evergreen, with his amazing talent, the man played the music flawlessly with the leaf. 
As the man admits, he has been playing music with leaves since childhood. 

His performance impressed the live audience and everyone applauded him and hummed to the tune.

The video shared on Twitter by SACHIN KAUSHIK has gone viral on social media garnering over 18K views. Netizens also have showered praises for the God-gifted man.

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