Farmani is not Naaz but 12th student is the real singer of the song ‘Har Har Shambhu’

In the devotion of Bhole Baba in Sawan, people are humming only one hymn at this time, look at which he is dancing on the song ‘Har Har Shambhu’. About 2 months ago Shiv Stotra ‘Har Har Shambhu’ was released, on seeing this song became popular on YouTube and started trending. To capitalize on the […]
 


In the devotion of Bhole Baba in Sawan, people are humming only one hymn at this time, look at which he is dancing on the song ‘Har Har Shambhu’. About 2 months ago Shiv Stotra ‘Har Har Shambhu’ was released, on seeing this song became popular on YouTube and started trending. To capitalize on the success of this song, YouTube singer Farmani Naaz also sang it, after which she got embroiled in controversies.

Farmani Naaz surrounded by singing ‘Har Har Shambhu’
There was a controversy over this song, but in Sawan, by singing ‘Har Har Shambhu’, the firmament prevailed. This song of his has got 3.6 million views and this count is increasing with time. But one thing that needs to be told to you is that the original singer of the song ‘Har Har Shambhu’, Farmani is not Naaz but a 12th class student. The original version of Har Har Shambhu has been released 2 months ago and is also making a splash. The song has got 72 million views, ‘Har Har Shambhu’ Original song is sung by Abhilipsa Panda and Jeetu Sharma. Let us tell you who Abhilipsa Panda is- ‘
Who is Abhilipsa Panda
Just as ‘Har Har Shambhu’ has brought Farmani Naaz to limelight, similarly Abhilipsa was also made an overnight star by ‘Har Har Shambhu’. It seems that Bhole Baba is shining the fortunes of his devotees in Sawan. Although Abhilipsa has sung many songs so far, but ‘Har Har Shambhu’ made her more famous among the people.
Abhilipsa hails from Orissa and her father is a retired soldier while her mother is a teacher. Abhilipsa has always got the support of her parents to move forward in her singing career, Abhilipsa has inherited the art. His grandfather was a well-known storyteller of Western Orissa, he was famous for playing harmonium in the surrounding area. She started learning classical music from her grandfather at the age of 4, while Abhilipsa’s mother is a classical dancer. Father is also associated with the field of art, as well as he has a younger sister who is associated with the musical field.