Connect with us

Entertainment

Happy Janmashtami: Celebrities share the teachings of Lord Krishna

Published

on

Happy Janmashtami: Celebrities share the teachings of Lord Krishna

Vijayendra Kumeria: For me, karm kiye ja phal ki chinta na kar is an all-time favourite and yet relevant as the only thing in your hand is the process and not the fruit. Lord Krishna was ahead of his times. He is alive in Geeta. His teachings are forever relevant.

Kettan Singh: I follow Lord Krishna. I feel connected and used to go to Mathura and used to do parikrama. He followed human Dharm of sticking with what is right in terms of humanity. Mahabharat was a fight of right and wrong. He always said there is nothing bigger than work. Lord Krishna respected women always and he was not a flirt but very kind-hearted toward women. Visiting Mathura is always on my list. I feel Lord Krishna’s essence when I visit Mathura. Lord Krishna was human God and real.

Angad Hasija: Each and every teaching of Lord Krishna holds true even today. What I like the most is karmanya vadhikaraste ma faleshu kadaachana, which means that we have a right to perform our prescribed duty but we are not entitled to the fruits of actions. So, we should keep doing our Karma. In the entertainment industry, we say the show must go on. We must work and constantly and results will always be good eventually.

Jasmin Bhasin: For one who has conquered his mind, his mind is his best friend. But for the one who has failed to do so, his mind is his greatest enemy. I meditate regularly. Lord Krishna’s words of wisdom are contemporary and people of all generations can relate with them. Krishna was the first one to teach us the value of Karm and Karma. What goes around comes around is a reality.

Sharad Malhotra: There are three gates to the self-destructive hell: lust, anger and greed. This still holds true in modern times. Lord Krishna has left his inner richness in our hearts and minds. I feel very peaceful when I think of Lord Krishna.

Amit Sarin: I don’t practice idol worship but I have been following satsangs with the teaching of Geeta. The teachings of Lord Krishna is a philosophy that centres around the meaning and explanation of each aspect of a person’s life through the discourse on work ethics, devotion, education, service, charity. The Geeta teaches us the goal of life’s journey and also of various stages of the journey. It also teaches one how to counter problems and challenges of life and also how to be preventive with regard to various crises and emergencies of life. Geeta satsang has been life-changing for me. It guides and covers all aspect of life that’s. It has been guiding us for centuries yet so relevant in today’s time.

Shashank Vyas: A man is made by his belief, as he believes so he will become. If we have positive thoughts, we will become positive. Lord Krishna teachings are practical and Geeta saar and Karma theory is a reality. It is a coincidence my mother name is Geeta and people often call me kanhaiya. Lord Krishna was a perfect balance of mind and heart.

Rishina Kandhari: Those who live in accordance with the divine laws without complaining, firmly established in the faith, are released from karma. Those who violate these laws, criticizing and complaining, are utterly deluded and are the cause of their own suffering. Lord Krishna spoke truth perfectly and I can relate to his philosophies as they were practical and are useful in today’s times too.

Aniruddh Dave: If you perform the sacrifice of doing your duty, you do not have to do anything else. Devoted to duty, man attains perfection. Lord Krishna knew what he spoke, thought and practised. We as human beings can surely practically follow and do what he taught. Lord Krishna teachings have depth.

Vikas Sethi: There are two ways of passing from this world – one in light and one in darkness. When one passes in light, he does not come back; but when one passes in darkness, he returns. I have seen struggle but have also learnt that this too shall pass and I believe in the power of good intention always.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Television

‘Saturday Saturday’ song fame singer, Indeep Bakshi approached for Bigg Boss 14

Published

on

‘Saturday Saturday’ song fame singer, Indeep Bakshi approached for Bigg Boss 14

It has always been amazing to have Punjabi vibes in the Bigg Boss house, right? We know you all are wondering who is going to fill the BB house with crazy Punjabi energy this year? So we have been on an alert mode to end this curiosity of so many of you.

Fortunately, we have got a name for you. Drumrolls!! According to our sources, Punjabi singer Indeep Bakshi who is known for some of his amazing party anthems like, Saturday Saturday and Kala Chashma, might be one of the contestants to get locked up in the house of BB. When asked Indeep said, “Yes, I have been approached for Bigg Boss 14 but I can’t give any update on it”. Though Indeep has given a small comment with not much information, it is enough to create a wave of excitement amongst the Bigg Boss fans as well as Indeep’s.

If Indeep Bakshi would be in the house, contestants will surely, party hard. As the singer’s recently released song, Saiyaan produced by Rao Inderjeet Singh- Director of Gem Tunes, has got all the ingredients to be the next party anthem. With its sick beats, we wonder if we could stop grooving?

Continue Reading

Entertainment

“It is a task to recreate a sad song into a romantic one”, Puneet Dixit on creating Lakeerein 2.0

Published

on

“It is a task to recreate a sad song into a romantic one”, Puneet Dixit on creating Lakeerein 2.0

We all remember the magic of the track Lakeerein which got fans on their toes and Puneet Dixit is back to captivate us with Lakeerein 2.0. People still haven’t gotten over Lakeerein and we wonder the kind of buzz Lakeerein 2.0 is going to create?

There is always a big responsibility while recreating a song that has already touched so many hearts. Though Lakeerein and Lakeerein 2.0 are poles apart as per the theme is concerned and we got in touch with Puneet Dixit as we too have loads of question just like everyone as to how he came up with the concept of Lakeerein 2.0 and the process of creating the song,” Lakeerein 2.0 was the idea of the channel, producers, and creatives to which I wasn’t ready because firstly, I didn’t want to spoil my song. Secondly, Lakeerein is a very sad song, the lyrics of the song talk about how the couple can’t be together but Lakeerein 2.0 is a very romantic song and there is nothing common in these two songs as one is sad and the another one is romantic. It is a task to recreate a sad song into a romantic one and I was not in favor of doing this song but somehow channel approached me that they want to take this song only forward with the story of Guddan and her character. After 20 years Kanika’s daughter is coming back and the old feel will be consistent with the song. Then I thought about it and made a new song and added Lakeerein to it so the lyrics changed from “Mere haathon me na teri lakeerein” to “Mere haathon me hai teri lakeerein” , so the composition of the punch line is the same but the song is completely new. Lakeerein 2.0 is a different romantic song and you’ll see how a sad song can be recreated into a romantic one. Lakeerein 2.0 was the idea of the channel but adding the 2.0 was my suggestion”

Continue Reading

Entertainment

National Award winner Arun Shankar  will collaborate with Grammy award winner Ricky Kej for his next single

Published

on

National Award winner Arun Shankar  will collaborate with Grammy award winner Ricky Kej for his next single

The single is apparently an effort to convey a beautiful positive message when people are facing difficult times in the current circumstances.

National award winner, filmmaker Arun Shankar, is all set to launch his next single. Arun, who was working on his next hindi feature film had to postpone it, due to the pandemic. So, now he has decided to work on his next single from his album. Arun said “We are living in difficult times and the kind of situation we all are in right now,  has forced me into thinking if we have gone wrong somewhere! And this particular thought became the inspiration for my next single.”

He also added, “Since my film work will not commence due to unavailability of permission to shoot in different places, I planned to work on my next single.”

The national award winning actor has colloborated with Indian composer, environmentalist who won a Grammy award for his album Winds of Samsara(that also topped the US billboard at no1 rank), Ricky Kej.

Arun said “Ricky is an active environmentalist and his music is mostly a depiction of nature. He has dedicated himself to this cause and I felt it would be best to work with him and compose a meaningful yet peppy track that gives out a positive message to the masses.”

Arun will pen the lyrics for the song along with Raqueeb Alam, popular lyricist, who has written songs for musician A.R Rahman for blockbuster films like Slumdog Millionaire, Million Dollar Arm, Sivaji- the Boss. The song is set to release by Diwali by one of the leading music labels in India.

Arun Shankar is a National award winning director. He is known for The Chameleon, Camel Safari, Hidayat- a single and has worked in many TV commercials. Arun is currently also working on his next Bollywood feature film under his banner Arun Shankar Productions LLP.

When we contacted Ricky, he said, “I am very excited to work with Arun Shankar, he is a fantastic musician and shares my passion for creating art on social causes. He wants to give back to the society through his music, and I am glad that I can help him achieve this noble goal through this collaboration.”

Continue Reading

Trending