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Man spotted singing at railway station has charmed the internet

The man was identified as Souvik Mukhopadhyay by a user in the comment section.

india Updated: Jul 06, 2017 17:06 IST
The man identified as Souvik Mukhopadhyayhas has taken the internet by storm with his voice.
The man identified as Souvik Mukhopadhyayhas has taken the internet by storm with his voice. (Facebook/Sushil Singh)

A man, clad in a worn-out red shirt and cargo bottoms with a guitar in his hand, has taken the internet by storm with his voice.

He was spotted by Sushil Singh from Uttar Pradesh, who was apparently travelling to Nainital in Uttarakhand, on a railway platform singing Bollywood songs in a voice as good as that of a professional singer’s.

Singh recorded three videos of the man and posted it on his Facebook wall on June 21 and has got nearly 7 lakh ‘likes’ and over 65,000 people have shared the post. In the video, the man is seen singing Border’s Sandese Aatein hain to Arijit Singh’s Muskuraane Ki Wajah Tum Ho as he is surrounded by a mesmerised crowd.

He was identified as Souvik Mukhopadhyay by a user in the comment’s section.

Facebook users have showered praises on the man for his fresh voice.

“Believe when I first heard i thought i am hearing better voice than Sonu nigam that’s I can say (sic),” one user wrote.

“Let’s make him famous.. This guy has amazing voice!” said another.