Sudhanshu Pandey shows off his singing talent for the first time on a reality show


Bombay, Sep 25 (SocialNews.XYZ) Anupamaa fame Sudhanshu Pandey rose to popularity after being part of a boy band in the 2000s and later Rupali Ganguly’s star show made him the talk of the town. Now, the actor has expressed his excitement about showing off his singing talent for the first time on a reality TV show.

He said: “It’s always fun to hold the mic and sing because I love doing it, I’m very passionate about music and I love singing. Having been part of India’s very first boy band, there has a sort of label on me. So people expect me to sing everywhere I go.


Sudhanshu is known for his works not only in Hindi cinema and television but also became a part of Tamil cinema and worked in films such as ‘Billa II’ in which he played a negative role and he was also seen in “Meaghamann”. He has done TV shows like ‘Kanyadaan’, ‘Ye Meri Life Hain’ and many more.

While giving his performance in front of special guest including popular conedian Bharti Singh and her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa, he commented, “I end up singing everywhere, and I have to do it on ‘Ravivaar with Star Parivaar’ too. is really something that comes from my heart with a lot of feelings, so I always appreciate it. I hope our fans and our public too.”

“Ravivaar with Star Parivaar” airs on Star Plus.

Source: IANS

Sudhanshu Pandey shows off his singing talent for the first time on a reality show

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