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Raveena Tandon released Lalitya Munshaw's album Rab Piya at Rang Sharda

Mumbai (Nov. 17, 2014): Versatile singer and performer Lalitya Munshaw mesmerised the audience in her concert and also released her latest Sufi and Romantic album“Rab Piya”. Raveena Tondon unveils "Rab Piya" at Rang Sharda Auditorium. Charming Rohit Roy did master of ceremony for the event. Ravindra Jain and Labh Janjua came specially to wish Lalitya all the best and Ravindra Jain sang chaar lines for Lalitya album. Lalitya Munshaw celebrated Silver Jubilee as it is her 25th album. She performed songs of various genres i.e. Fusion, Bollywood, Ghazals, Sufi, Bhajans and Folk from her different albums in her Live concert. She is a prolific & versatile singer par excellence and a performer class apart.

Blessed with a melodious voice, she is known for her live performances in India and abroad. Her classical training proved to be a platform for her versatility in different genres like Fusion, Film songs, Ghazals, Sufi, Bhajans and Folk.  Lalitya Munshaw also sung some of the tracks from Rab Piya. Lalitya transcends an expressive and innovative style of her singing in this album.

Rab PIYA is a one of its kind album comprising of 8 tracks. Sufism and Romantic melodies are soul touching. Compositions are by Shushant -Shanker. Lyrics are by Diamond and Shelly. It has two magnificent videos. Rab Piya is shot in Champaner - Gujarat and Mahiya  in Kulu Manali. These amazing videos add much more than just visualisation to her music and have been widely appreciated.


 Raveena Said, “Its great pleasure to be present here at the launch of Indian Chill Harmonics and listen to the beautiful song and melodious voice
Speaking on the launch of her album Rab Piya, Ms. Mushaw said “Sufism connects you directly to God and through this album I want to spread the message of love and divinity among my audience. The soul touching tracks in the album deals with two aspects of life- Sufi and Romantic”.