'Sikh' man sings 'Kesariya' in 5 different languages; PM Narendra Modi shares video

A 'Sikh' man named Snehdeep Singh Kalsi sings the 'Kesariya' song in 5 different languages. Prime Minister Narendra Modi shares a video of him praising.

Written by  Ritika Nath   |  March 18th 2023 01:08 PM  |  Updated: March 18th 2023 01:08 PM

'Sikh' man sings 'Kesariya' in 5 different languages; PM Narendra Modi shares video

'Sikh' man sings 'Kesariya;' song in 5 languages: A video of a turban man named Snehdeep Singh Kalsi is going viral on social media in which he sings 'Kesariya', a song from the movie Brahmastra starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, in five other languages.

The video has already created a huge buzz as it has been sung in Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam. Snehdeep Singh Kalsi is the man in the video, according to reports. Anand Mahindra was able to watch the footage as well. Not only this but now the video has been praised by PM Narendra Modi as well. 

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PM Narendra Modi shares Snehdeep Singh Kalsi's video

In the present, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has uploaded his video with a wonderful caption “Came across this amazing rendition by the talented @SnehdeepSK. In addition to the melody, it is a great manifestation of the spirit of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat.’ Superb!” read the caption.

PM Modi's post has received over 279k views and is quickly going viral. The well-known song from the Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor film Brahmastra was sung by Snehdeep. Arijit Singh first performed the song. Snehdeep mesmerised internet users by singing along to the lovely track in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, and Hindi.

Snehdeep's enormous talent was often praised by the public.

Who is Snehdeep Singh Kalsi? Know about the 'Sikh' man who went viral

Snehdeep Singh Kalsi, a present resident of Mumbai, serves as Deputy Manager at Mahindra Finance. Ahmedabad in Gujarat is where Snehdeep finished school. After that, he earned a B.Tech from Gujarat's Chandubhai S. Patel Institute of Technology (CSPIT), which is a part of Charusat University.

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