Entrepreneur-songstress Ananya Birla Hops Into A 'kaali-peeli' In Mumbai, Picture Goes Viral


Ananya Birla poses in a local taxi. The singer was spotted wearing a blingy dress. Check out the pictures -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

24-year-old singer and the eldest daughter of Kumar Mangalam Birla, chairman of the Aditya Birla Group (the 10th richest Indian) — Ananya Birla was spotted in Mumbai taking a local taxi also known as 'Kaali-peeli'.

The pictures are going viral on social media. Check it out -



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Ananya, a singer-songwriter whose song 'Meant To Be' made her the first Indian with an English song to go platinum recently gave a savage reply to a troll who made a comment at her for being a rich kid. She wrote: "So? I’m human too 😂 we achieve things on our own esteem too and we must share that. And just btw, my dad is a billionaire not a millionaire. 😉🤓 sorry not sorry ✌🏽" [sic]

READ | Ananya Birla Releases 'Unstoppable' Ode To Women Starring Mary Kom, Juhi Chawla, Sania Mirza And 11 Others. Watch Here

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On the work front, Ananya on her Insta story has announced that she will release some new music on April 28. Meanwhile, earlier this month, she also launched her new single "Unstoppable" on International Women's Day. The song celebrates womanhood, and stands for liberation and change. The video features Mary Kom, Juhi Chawla, Sania Mirza and 11 strong and independent women who are challenging sterotypes every single day. 

"Gender rules were made to be broken, especially if you have been told throughout history that you're 'less than'. On International Women's Day, I wanted to release 'Unstoppable' to celebrate women," Ananya said in a statement.




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