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Sober meets tough: Natalie and Raghu Ram come together in a single!

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Popular Canadian singer Natalie Di Luccio is a well-known name in singing arena. Now she has come with a new single in different languages like Hindi, Marathi and Tamil. But what is interesting is for the first time MTV Roadies fame Raghu Ram crooned a beautiful song together.

Their worlds are certainly different owing to their contrasting personalities. He, a desi tough guy with a rough-edged personality known for his attitude and for creating intense reality shows. She, a sweet Canadian opera singer known for singing songs in Hindi, Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati, who is as easy on the eyes as her voice is appealing to the ears. What happens when these two disparate worlds collide?

Sweet music, apparently!

When Raghu Ram and Natalie sing ‘Ankhon he Ankhon Mein’.. and look into each other’s eyes, your heart will skip a beat.

It’s such a romantic and mushy track which you can listen all the time. The chemistry between the singers is just too adorable! This song is surely on loop…and if you are single don’t miss out on this single!

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Roque Lazarus

Roque Lazarus

December 16, 2017

Thank you Ms.Ruchita Mishra for this well written article your words echo my sentiments and coerce me to share what I was thinking of after listening to this song and watching the video; a masterpiece in its own right. Music Director of Goan origin, Andrew Ferrao has played beautiful arrangements primarily on piano and layered with string orchestra and orchestral percussion to give a grand warm sensation to the listener...and when the voice of Natalie is showcased for the first time it feels like a hypnotic spell has been cast on the one hearing and when RaghuRam makes his first entry with vocals the great contrast in timbre and style makes it compliment the former, amalgamating both in a crucial embrace of fused emotion bringing to fruition a silent applause from the spell-bound. ..and if one has been enjoying the magic of the moment with closed eyes in alluring rapture then the D.o.p and entire video-graphy team including after-fx makes one relive the experience once again but with twice the fervor of fighting for breath as we drown in their story. The Hindi dialect/accent of Natalie is greatly adorable with a strong proof of long hours of Operatic training in vocals and Raghu is maintaining his 'shy-boy' style with his delivery both; vocal and on-screen. I congratulate the Channel for hosting this genuinely valuable rare acoustic Gem of a production and hope they continue to deliver more videos of songs and music of such high caliber. Thanks for leading the way again to the forgotten path of real music in an unreal world!

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