Bollywood singer-composer-actor Himesh Reshammiya is gearing up for his upcoming film Happy Hardy And Heer whose song, Teri Meri Kahaani, crooned by Internet’s current singing sensation, Ranu Mondal, is going viral for all the right reasons. Garnering overnight fandom for crooning Lata Mangeshkar‘s song Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma Hai at the Ranaghat railway station in West Bengal, singing sensation Ranu Mondal created a nation-wide buzz with her video which not only extracted a reaction from the original singer but also landed her a project with Himesh.Also Read - Internet Sensation Ranu Mondal's Song Teri Meri Kahani With Himesh Reshammiya is Out – Watch Here

In an exclusive interview with, Himesh shared that the number of viewers of the song has crossed over 38 million. He credited this success to God and the love of his fans. Also Read - Ranu Mondal's Daughter Not Knowing About Her Mother's Talent Takes Internet by Surprise

Calling God her “humsafar“, Ranu said her trust in God has got her this far as all the prayers have been answered. Himesh reveals that another song, Aadat, will soon be dropped in Ranu’s voice which he hopes will be another hit. Also Read - Viral Singer Ranu Mondal Gives Shocking Details of Her Life, Reveals She 'Worked at Feroz Khan's House' Years Back

Watch the Ranu Mondal’s exclusive interview here:

So far, Ranu has recorded three tracks for Himesh. Ranu Mondal recently gave an interview about her life and how everything is changing for her unbelievably. She revealed that she belonged to a well-to-do family but she got separated with them later. Ranu also said she was married to a man in Mumbai who used to work as a helper at late actor Feroz Khan‘s house.

Lata had reacted to Ranu’s soulful singing by saying, “Agar mere naam aur kaam se kissi ka bhala hota hai toh main apne-aap ko khush-kismat samajhti hoon (If anyone gets benefited from my name and work then I feel fortunate). I also feel imitation is not a reliable and durable companion for success. By singing my songs or Kishoreda’s (Kumar), or (Mohd) Rafi Saab’s, or Mukesh Bhaiyya or Asha’s (Bhosle) numbers, aspiring singers can get short-term attention. But it won’t last.”

Though this comment did not go down well with netizens who found it to be laced with terseness, Ranu said in an interview with Navbharat Times, “Lataji ki umar ke hisab se mai choti thi, hu aur aage ja kar bhi rahungi.. Bachpan se unka awaz pasand hai. (As far as age is concerned, I am younger to her and will always remain her junior. I have loved Lataji’s voice since childhood).”