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WATCH| Guinness Book of World record holder, Suchetha Satis who can sing in 102 languages sing for Republic Day

At Just 12, Satis Made Her Entry Into The Guinness Book Of World Record For Signing In 102 Languages.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Chanshimla Varah | Updated on: 26 Jan 2019, 05:39:50 PM
Guinness Book of World record holder Suchetha Satis sing at the R-Day (Photo: Facebook)

Guinness Book of World record holder Suchetha Satis sing at the R-Day (Photo: Facebook)

New Delhi:

The 70th Republic Day at Rajpath saw extraordinary feats from the Indian Army, jets in aerobatic stunts, students from all across the country showcasing their talents and the likes. Another particularly spectacular performance to makes its name on the day of celebration was Suchetha Satis. Wearing a school form, she sings Aye Mere Watan Ke Logon at the Indian consulate in Dubai. A Nation’s pride this school girl is a world record holder for singing in the most languages in the world in a single concert-102 in total.

At just 12, Satis was given the prestigious award for signing in 102 languages while on the eve of Republic Day last year.

Watch Satis sing for India’s 70th Republic Day: 

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First Published : 26 Jan 2019, 05:00:34 PM