MTV Unplugged Shreya

Shreya Ghoshal sings in the second episode of MTV Unplugged season 6.

MUMBAI—After A.R. Rahman kick started the Royal Stag Barrel Select MTV Unplugged season 6, Shreya Ghoshal will be seen spellbinding the show’s second episode with her magical singing.

The first episode, on Jan. 14, of the MTV Unplugged season 6 witnessed a splendid performance by Rahman. With amazing response from audience, the show also saw actress Shruti Haasan crooning a recreated version of "Ranjha Ranjha" from “Raavan” along with the musical maestro.

The latest season is expected to get more exciting with every episode. In the second episode, Shreya Ghoshal will render unplugged version of some of the famous Bollywood songs.

One of the biggest playback singers of Bollywood, the beautiful and soulful Ghoshal will sing (unplugged) “Dewaani Mastani” (“Bajirao MAstani”), “Mohe Rang Do,” the famous track “Sun Raha Hai Na Tu” (“AAshiqui 2”), “Leja Leja Re” along with popular numbers like “Agar Tum Mil Jao,” “Rasme Ulfat Ko Nibhayei” and more.

“I am so happy and delighted to be part of MTV unplugged. I have seen few seasons and love it to the core. This season is indeed one of the best seasons of all time. It has so many new comers as well. I am happy to be associated with the biggest show,” Shreya Ghoshal said in a statement.

“I am singing ‘Sun Raha Hai Tu’ from ‘Aashiqui 2,’ ‘Mohe Rang Do,’ ‘Agar Tum Mil Jao,’ ‘Rasme Ulfat Ko Nibhaye’ and a few more. Apart from that I am waiting to see this season’s few episodes as well,” she added.

Catch the second episode on the biggest season of MTV Unplugged with Shreya Ghosal as she goes unplugged and unstoppable on Jan. 21 at 8 PM.

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