This Rendition Of Sia's 'Cheap Thrills' Has A Rajasthani Flavour To It And It Is Infectiously Cheerful

Hitting the right notes.

Can one ever get enough of Sia's 'Cheap Thrills'? Musicians across India have dropped tons of covers of the popular song and given it their own feel and texture, infused with the sound of Indian classical instruments.

Artists have given us Veena cover and Tabla covers of the song, and last year, we even saw a fitness trainer perform Kathak to it!

And, this time, the mashup comes from a Rajasthani folk-Sufi singer Rajnigandha Shekhawat. The singer, who recently lent her voice for Badrinath Ki Dulhania's title track, released the mashup on her YouTube channel and Facebook account.

Shekhawat has added Ghoomar Ko Lenjo, a well-known folk song from Rajasthan with Khartaal, Morchhang, Nagada and Rawanhatta sounds to give a Rajasthani feel and fused them with the song.

The song has gone viral, with over 400k+ views and 9k shares on the FB platform.

Watch the mashup here!

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