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Filmmaker Arun Shankar gets Jubin Nautiyal to record a song for his next

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Filmmaker Arun Shankar gets Jubin Nautiyal to record a song for his next

National Award winning director, Arun Shankar who won the honour for his debut short fiction film ‘The Chameleon’, is all set to direct his first feature film in Bollywood. The film that revolves around serious issues related to enviornment and how it is affecting the ecosystem globally, is thought-provoking, according to Shankar. While the casting for the film is yet to be done, Shankar has already roped in popular singer and composer Jubin Nautiyal to record a song for his film.

Shankar says, “Jubin is a highly talented singer and I wanted someone as talented like him to sing a song that will touch people’s hearts. The film is meaningful and it will touch upon people’s emotions. After Jubin sang Zindagi Kuch toh Bataa (Bajrangi Bhaijaan) I felt that his voice will be just perfect for my film. I am sure this will be a good start to my film.”

Meanwhile, Arun has also directed his next music Video ‘Hidayat’ which crossed about 5 million views on Zee music channel. He has has worked in several TV commercials ranging from Malabar Gold to Honda cars.

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Indie Music icon Raghu Dixit is in love with the Album “Streets Of Banaras”

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Indie Music icon Raghu Dixit is in love with the Album “Streets Of Banaras”

Raghu Dixit who is also the frontman for the Raghu Dixit Project, a multilingual folk music band has recently expressed his views on Parul Mishra’s album “Streets Of Banaras”. He said “Finally heard it a few times on the flight today in the wee hours of the morning – Loved everything about the song. Your voice – my God – lucid, fluid and fragile as if it’s yearning for an embrace. Perfect for the lyrical content. I am not a big fan of electronic samples layered but I was pleasantly surprised with the production. Wish you all the best Parul.”

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Godfather of Indian Jazz – Louis Banks would love to work with Parul Mishra after listening to her album “Streets of Banaras”

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Godfather of Indian Jazz – Louis Banks would love to work with Parul Mishra after listening to her album “Streets of Banaras”

The Godfather of Jazz music in India talks about Parul Mishra’s recently released album “Streets of Banaras”. He says “I have just heard the album ” Streets of Banaras”. A collection of some really great songs, beautifully sung by Parul Mishra and with great arrangements , Especially done by Oni, with a bunch of really great musicians. The arrangement of “Eri Aali Piya Bin” is a mix of modern and traditional texture, which is indeed a great combination.I always believe in the same that when you are doing a traditional song, do not leave out the traditions. It’s so beautiful to hear the modern texture of keyboard coming in, harmony on the solos, sarangi with with drums happening in the background, voice textures happening in the background, and yes the voice has been recorded beautifully.
I must say I’m really thrilled to hear her sing this piece of music. I think she is quite special, quite extra ordinary singer and I would love to work with her. I also would like to congratulate all the musicians – Shovon Mukherjee, Khwab D. Haria, Oni, Adil Rasheed, Kaushik Basu, Vanraj Shastri and Niranjan Lele for the wonderful work.

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Kathak Maestro Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj congratulates Parul Mishra on keeping the tradition alive and passing it to the next generation

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Kathak Maestro Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj congratulates Parul Mishra on keeping the tradition alive and passing it to the next generation

World renowned kathak maestro Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj congratulated singer and musician Parul Mishra on keeping the Indian tradition of singing amd music alive and passing it to the next generation at an event recently.

He said, “I have known Parul Mishra for a very long time. She has learned various thumris from me and has performed with me in my Nritya-Natika shows. I have heard her album “Streets Of Banaras”. This versatile album consists of some interesting renditions of various traditional songs and styles – Thumri, Dadra, Chaiti, classical fusion and many more. She has sung all the songs very melodiously and the tracks are sounding beautiful. I extend my best wishes and blessings to Parul Mishra for her album, and also look forward to a lot more such albums from her in the near future. I congratulate her on keeping the tradition alive and passing it to the next generation.”

Parul who has participated in many music reality shows recently launched an album that revives the folk music of Benares and brings alive the many genres of Indian folk music

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