How did she become the Grammy Award winner?

How did she become the Grammy Award winner?

Singer Falguni Shah aka Falu, who won a Grammy Award earlier this year met up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, December 24.

Singer Falguni Shah aka Falu, who won a Grammy Award for A Colorful World in the best children's album category this year, met up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, December 24. A great opportunity for Falu to share her musical aspirations with Modi ji and the two had a beautiful conversation about their love for music.

FALU MEETS PM MODI

Since her historic win at the Grammys, Falu has represented India at the White House, continued her philanthropy as one of the governors at the Grammys and has also been honoured by New York City Council and New York City Mayor Eric Adam. The singer who launched her India Tour in December had a fruitful conversation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as says they talked about what she can contribute in India via music. "We spoke about what am I doing for children through music, or the Indian society through music."

"Modiji asked me a lot of questions about the power of music and how it can change lives through positive energy," Falu reveals.

Falu adds, “Was so humbled to meet the honorable Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modiji at his residence in Delhi, India and talk about the power of music”.

MUSIC A POWERFUL TOOL SAYS PM MODI

Falu goes on to add that PM Modi, during their brief conversation also said that music is a powerful tool. She reveals, "He also said how music is such a powerful tool or medium to reach from one soul to the other soul, very easily."

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Despite a busy schedule, Falu follows the Indian music industry closely and says it is ever evolving. "The Indian music industry is very evolving and changes ery fast. I try to keep up with everything but staying in America, it is sometimes hard to keep up with the change."

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