Posted on February 13, 2020 at 1:42 am

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The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Playlist By Jonita Gandhi

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The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Playlist By Jonita Gandhi

Valentine’s day is just around the corner and although we are not as mushy as our Bollywood couples, none of us can press skip when a romantic song comes on.
Here are 10 songs by musical dream girl Jonita Gandhi that will set the right mood for V-Day for all the lovers out there.

Lag Jaa Gale (Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3)
Aahista (Laila Majnu)
Sacchi Mohobbat (Manmarziyaan)
Naznina (Fittrat)
O Chandralekha (A Gentleman)
Dil Kho ke (For Ok Cupid)
Humraahi (Single)
Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage Hum (Cover)
Dil Diyan Gallan (Cover)
Never Be Like You (Cover)

A bonus track for all the single ladies is The Break-Up Song from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

About Jonita Gandhi
Jonita Gandhi, known to the Indo-Canadian community as Toronto’s Nightingale, was born in New Delhi, India and moved to Toronto as an infant, growing up with strong influences in Canadian culture while maintaining a close connection to her Indian heritage. A young and promising new talent, her name has taken music lovers worldwide by storm. Hundreds of thousands of fans across the globe have come to know her through her YouTube presence.

Jonita began performing on stage at the tender age of 4, and has managed to pursue an exciting musical career while maintaining academic excellence and completing her BHSc and HBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. While growing up listening to and learning a variety of musical styles, Jonita has become a true experimentalist in her vocal art. She enjoys opportunities to try new styles and sing in different languages.

Jonita’s versatility as a singer spans across various genres including: Sufi, Bollywood, Western Classical, RnB, Pop and Soft Rock just to name a few. She has sung not only in Hindi and English, but also Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, German, Italian, and French for live and recorded performances. She has been trained by the Conservatory of Music in Western Classical singing and now studies Indian Classical music while in India.

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