Chandigarh based singer Meenu Palta has released her solo Hindi track Aate Jate Yun Hi which is an inspirational song for the young people, which focuses on happiness, love and positivity.
A solo Hindi track sung by Meenu Palta, 36, was released by Crescendo Music (Viral Entertainment), Mumbai. The Music Director is Mr. Sargam Jassu who has to his credit T.V. serials ‘Veera’ and ‘Humko tumse ho gaya hai pyar’.
The Director is Mr. Uvie who is a playback singer for Bollywood songs like ‘Jawani le doobi’ from ‘Kya Kool hai hum’, ‘Fevicol’ from ‘Dabangg’, songs for T.V. serial ‘Veera’ and an upcoming Bollywood number ‘Happening’ from ‘Main aur Mr. Khanna’. He was among the panel of judges for Sa Re Ga Ma 2016. The Director of photography is Mr. Prashant Dandekar from Mumbai.
Meenu, who has a number of awards to her credit, including a number of them as best vocalist in school and college, has being a judge at several musical events. She has besides bagging several state level and national awards, also participated in Sa Re Ga Ma Punjabi and Chalti ka naam Antakshari.
Another solo track, Saat Rang Ke Sapne was released by the artist last year. Meenu had in 1999 come out with Ram Amritvani, an audio cassette recorded in her and her sisters’ voice, which was released by Tips Cassette Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai. A Set of three cassettes titled ‘Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil’, ‘Abhi Na Jao Chodh Kar’ and ‘Tera mera Pyaar Amar’ was released by Late Jaspal Bhatti. Meenu also has to her credit a Hindi film songs CD named ‘Evergreen Melodies’ and a devotional CD named ‘ Sai Baba Bhazans’.
An M.A. (Music Vocal), M.Ed, she worked as a Music (Vocal) Lecturer as Guest Faculty at MCMDAV College for Women, Sector 36, Chandigarh. Presently she is working for Carmel Convent School, Sector 9, Chandigarh as a Music and Dance teacher. At present Meenu is taking formal training in singing from Harvinder Singh, at GCG, Sector 11, here.
Meenu while interacting with media said, since the age of 9, she has been participating in various singing and dance competitions. Meenu said she would like to connect to all kinds of audiences who are interested in youthful, soulful songs that give a message of life and love. Palta through her talent wants to take the cause forward by composing and singing more such numbers which inspire the youth.
Her next initiative would be to connect to the Punjabi audiences by trying her hand on a Punjabi number, Meenu informed the media, adding her desire is to continue contributing in the field of music by coming up with her own songs and also imparting education in the field. The track is available for purchase on iTunes.