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Sunidhi Chauhan’s Duet With Her Two-year-old Son Tegh Is A Must Watch; Check Out The Video

Taking to her official Instagram handle, Sunidhi Chauhan shared a video with her son Tegh, in which the singer can be seen jamming on Kate Nahi Kat Te. Read on.

Sunidhi Chauhan

Considered as one of the most celebrated female singers in India, Sunidhi Chauhan has delivered several chartbusters throughout her illustrious career. Apart from being admired for her mellifluous voice, Sunidhi Chauhan, who is a mother to a two-year-old, is also known for her social media presence. Recently, the ace singer shared a video on her social media handle, to which fans had an unmissable reaction. Here are the details.

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Sunidhi Chauhan’s duet with her two-year-old

Recently, Sunidhi Chauhan took to her official Instagram handle to share a video, in which the singer can be seen jamming on a classic Hindi song, Kate Nahi Kat Te from Mr India with her two-year-old son, Tegh. In the video shared, Sunidhi Chauhan and her little munchkin can be seen snuggling each other, while humming to the tunes of the much-popular song. While Sunidhi Chauhan can be seen acing her 'home look' in a meadow green Kurta and Punjabi pyjamas, Tegh can be seen in a cartoon printed tee. Check out the video here:

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Celebrities love Tegh!

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