Singer Aurora in conversation with Indian musician Vipasha Malhotra.(YouTube/@Vipasha Malhotra)
Singer Aurora in conversation with Indian musician Vipasha Malhotra.(YouTube/@Vipasha Malhotra)

Singer Aurora mesmerised with Indian musician’s Hindi cover of Runaway. Watch

“My Hindi Runaway blew up so much that Aurora @auroramusic had to come down from the heavens of Norway to see it for herself,” reads the caption shared with the video.
By Srimoyee Chowdhury
PUBLISHED ON JUN 16, 2021 10:45 AM IST

Have you heard the blissful song Runaway by Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora? Now, a soulful rendition of the song with a twist has created a buzz online. Indian content creator and musician Vipasha Malhotra came up with a Hindi version of the popular song. Malhotra’s rendition caught the attention of the singer Aurora herself and the lyrics of the song have left her mesmerised. A video showing an interaction between the Norwegian singer and the Indian musician has now gone viral. The video may amaze you too.

Malhotra shared the Hindi version of Runaway on her Instagram and YouTube profile on May 22. The cover was highly appreciated by netizens. Her recent share features a tete-a-tete with the singer herself as she performed the song for her. “My Hindi Runaway blew up so much that Aurora @auroramusic had to come down from the heavens of Norway to see it for herself,” she wrote.

Take a look at the clip:

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Shared on June 9, the video has garnered more than 33,000 likes and several reactions. People were thrilled to see Aurora enjoying the Hindi version of her song. While many praised Malhotra’s talent, others pointed out about Aurora’s humble reaction.

“It felt like Aurora was fangirling. Man, she's so gentle,” wrote an Instagram user. “The way aurora acted more like a fan than Vipasha!” said another. “Congrats Vipasha. Your cover is heartwarming,” commented a third.

Check out the whole interaction of Malhotra and Aurora here which the musician shared on her YouTube channel:

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