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So Here's How Mannat Noor Got To Sing Laung Laachi! (Must Read)

By: Harleen Kaur | April 17, 2021

If you would have heard the song “Ve Tu Laung, Te Main Laachi”, then it is highly probable that you might be aware of Mannat Noor's name. The lady took the entire industry by storm in 2018 with this chartbuster.

Even though almost one year has passed since the release of this track and many hit tracks have been released since then, Laung Laachi can still be heard at radio and music channels many times throughout the day. The track has got millions of hits on YouTube.

But like its lyrics, music, and vocals, there is also an awesome story as to how this song came to the way of Mannat Noor.

Mannat migrated to Mumbai just a few years back in search of new opportunities. By that time, she had met Music Director Gurmeet Singh, who already knew how good her voice was. So one day she got a call from Gurmeet Singh who asked her to reach the studio.

As soon as she reached the studio, she was asked to sing a dummy version of the song. She sang the dummy piece quite beautifully and her voice was immediately finalized for the song. Mannat was then told by the director that she will be further informed about the final recording.

But did you know that the dummy piece clicked with music director Gurmeet Singh and he actually decided to keep that dummy piece as the final version?

Yes! After which the song was released on 8th March 2018 and within no time, the song jumped to the top position on the charts.

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In fact, Gurmeet Singh after hearing her voice in the song ‘Laung Laachi’ made up his mind that all the other songs of this album would go to Mannat. Mannat lived to his expectations and delivered in the rest of the songs too.

Probably, this one day at the studio changed Mannat's life forever and a girl from Jammu with a voice like a nightingale became Mannat Noor in the public eye!

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