Tune In Tuesdays – Nirmal Roy Of Coke Studio (Pakistan) Fame Drops ‘Dil Chala’
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the…
This lockdown has been tough, but as the people behind Lightingale Records believe – the show must go on! So this week we have a double bonanza Tune-in-Tuesdays for you with Nirmal Roy of Coke Studio (Pakistan) fame bringing us a peppy number with ‘Dil Chala.’
A few months ago before the pandemic broke, Lightingale Records was supposed to be launched as an initiative to establish a much-needed music platform for the extremely talented singers and musicians wanting an opportunity to be seen, heard, and express themselves. To keep the show going they have kicked off with Nirmal Roy singing about her zeal for freedom and emancipation in her single ‘Dil Chala.’ The video was shot before the pandemic and reminds us of the little things in life and nature we take for granted.
Nirmal Roy is a Pakistani singer. She started performing as a vocalist when she was nine and won her first singing competition at the age of 12. In 2016, she made her Coke Studio (Pakistan) debut as a featured artist in the ninth season, with the song ‘Ala Bali,’ along with Jabar Abbas, as a part of team Sheraz Uppal. Upon release, the song as well as Roy’s singing style garnered much praise. Coke Studio invited her back in 2017 along with Ali Hamza for the track ‘Jindaani.’ She was also the playback singer for the Pakistani films “Punjab Nahi Jaungi” for the track ‘Raunaq-E-Ashiqui’ and “Chhalawa” for the title track ‘Chhalawa.’ Nirmal’s portfolio further expands to doing original soundtracks for some big Pakistani dramas, “Gul O Gulzar,” “Dilruba,” “Main Khwab Bunti Hoon,” and “Soya Mera Naseeb” to name a few.
She believes that there are two ways to achieve success anywhere, Nirmal Roy said in an interview, “Some people opt for the shorter, quicker route that may yield immediate success but that doesn’t last long enough. Going for the longer route isn’t easy, and it demands more passion and hard work and success is not instant, but it definitely polishes your worth and eventually yields you more benefits than shortcuts. Young artists, especially females, need to keep this in mind before stepping into the music industry more than anything else.”
Check out this peppy number right here!
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.