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Happy to recreate 'Lag ja gale': Palak Muchhal

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Mumbai | Friday, 2017 4:45:04 PM IST
 
Singer Palak Muchhal, who has crooned hits like "Prem ratan dhan payo" and "Chahun Main Ya Naa", says she is happy to get an opportunity to recreate the iconic song "Lag ja gale".

The singer is recreating the song from the 1964 film "Woh Kaun Thi?". It was originally sung by legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, and Palak's version is for Star Plus's show "Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai".

"An iconic song like 'Lag ja gale' is always a treat to listen to, but it was a bigger treat to recreate it for 'Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai'. It's a great honour to step into the shoes of the nation's most loved and treasured singer, Lata-ji, and I'm really happy to have this opportunity," Muchhal said in a statement.

"Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai" features Shoaib Ibrahim, Surbhi Jyoti and Sharad Kelkar.

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2017-02-17-16:28:07 (IANS)

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