Burgeoning songster Nirmal Roy hits a home run with her exquisite Coke Studio debut

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Budding singing sensation Nirmal Roy has been ushered in the music scene of county by a stupefying Coke Studio debut. The nascent vocalist has had no major singing experience as yet, be that as it may she has made a mark with a multilingual song “Ala Baali”- giving the come-on to her listeners.”Coke studio was the best experience I have ever had in my musical journey so far,” she says.

Christian singer in Coke Studio

Nirmal R. harbored an inclination towards music since early childhood, while recalling her earliest music experience she says: “My interest in music developed from a very early age. At the age of 6, I started singing in my School’s choir.” Three years later, she made her debut solo performance. Forging ahead during her gravy train, she participated in a singing competition (The best worshiper of Jesus Christ) at the age of 12 and stood second.

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By now, there was no stopping for Nirmal R. “Afterwards I kept on working hard and performed in various Gospel and secular programs and received a lot of appreciation.” It was never an easy journey for her, “I also had to face criticism. I felt dishearten…. But sometimes my entire family; especially my mother supported me through it all. I attribute my success to my mother,” she exclaimed.

Single-minded youngster was not to walk out on, in 2013 she started taking training from Ustad Adbul Rauf- and pursued the deftness. Her flair was first spotted by celebrated artist Shiraz Uppal who paved her way into the Coke Studio. “It was my dream to perform at coke studio,” she says as she claims she saw her dream turned incredibly into a reality.

“It’s all by the Grace of God that He blessed me and fulfilled my desires,” she burst out.

“Always work hard and have faith in God. Never feel ashamed of your identity and always feel proud to be a Christian,” she said as she encouraged the Christian youth.

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