Maithili version of ‘Manike Mage Hite’ went viral
In the year 2021, Sri Lankan singer Yohani (Johanna) was released, which rocked the social media. This song was ‘Manike Mage Hite’ (Manike Mage Hithe, This song became such a hit that it was in the top trend on social media for several months. You too must have heard this song. Later, the Hindi version of this song was also released and this song was also very popular.happened. Now this song has started going viral once again, because its Maithili version has also come in the market. Social media sensation of Bihar Amarjeet Jaykar Has sung this song.
Recently, Amarjeet created a stir on social media by singing the Bhojpuri version of the song Pasuri and now he has created a buzz with the Maithili version of ‘Manike Mage Hite’. The way Yohani became a social media star overnight by singing this song, so is Amarjeet. He has also become famous because of his singing, after which he has also received offers from Bollywood. Singer and composer Himesh Reshammiya has sung many songs from Amarjeet, which have been a big hit on social media. Apart from this, he has also got a chance to sing in actor Sonu Sood’s upcoming film Fateh.
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Watch the Maithili version of ‘Manike Mage Hite’
Sung by Manike Mage Hithe in my own Maithili language, maybe you all like it ❤️.
— Amarjeet Jaikar (@AmarjeetJaikar3)
Currently, the Maithili version of ‘Manike Mage Hite’, which is going viral on social media, has been shared by Amarjeet Jaikar himself through his Twitter handle @AmarjeetJaikar3 and has written in the caption, ‘Manike Mage Hite ka Apna Maithili Bhasha Me Gaya Hoon’ . Maybe you all like it.
This song of just 45 seconds has been viewed more than 1 lakh 51 thousand times so far, while more than 5 thousand people have also liked the video and given different reactions. A user has written while praising, ‘Unparalleled brother. You are the fragrance of Maithili’s soil and maintain such attachment towards your language’, then another user has written that ‘It was fun listening’.
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