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Singer Ronit Vohra comes up with his first single! 

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Singer Ronit Vohra comes up with his first single!

Singer Ronit Vohra, who will soon be launching a single, says that it is very important to him. Talking about it, he says, “The single that I am releasing is very close to my heart. It is the first Punjabi song that I have written. The lyrics and the composition are beautiful and I think everyone will connect to it. It’s a soulful love song. The line of the song is Jaane Na Tu, Mai Tenu Kitnnna Chauniyaan Ve””

Talking about how he got into singing, he says, “I was born in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. I did my schooling there and went to Delhi post that to do architecture. As far as singing was concerned, I used to sit with my aunt during her riyaaz lessons and I used to enjoy it. That was the first time I got to know that I like singing. I was very active in school and college singing competitions and won a lot of them.”

He adds, “During my college days, it was really hard for me to manage architecture and singing together. I have had endless sleepless nights working but the passion for singing kept me going. I also used to sing at local market places in Delhi for free. Sometimes, I got a lot of attention and sometimes I was scolded by the cops. I belong to a middle-class family and I have a dream to fulfil everything my family wants. I started playing guitar at the age of 6. My parents got me music books and I learned it from there. I can play the keyboard, drums, harmonium, Jembe etc.”

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Soon, Ronit started singing regularly at parties. “I came to Bombay on the 5th of July 2015 to work as an architect intern and also to do something in music. I didn’t know how I would get a job in Bombay.  On the 9th of July, they took me to a restaurant named Sirocco. I was carrying my guitar and I loved that place. I requested the owner if I could sing for 10 minutes here. He refused initially but later he allowed me to do so. I started singing without the mic and I ended up doing a 1.5-hour session. The response from the people there was overwhelming. The owner asked me, ‘Will you perform here regularly?’ That made me really happy but I still didn’t have a job in Bombay which was at utmost priority. I kept on giving interviews and finally got a job as an intern after a few weeks. I shifted to Sion, in a PG, after months as my office was in Lower Parel. I did my first official performance at Sirocco on 28th Oct 2015. I did the first few performances for free. But later they started paying me a little. Later, I got a call from a restaurant in Pune and I started going there every week to perform and I used to come back the same day as I had office the next day. Eventually, people started knowing me and live music started picking up in Mumbai. I started getting small private parties where they would call me to perform,” he says.

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  1. Ajay vohra

    February 25, 2019 at 7:29 PM

    Great yaar keep going ????

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Dilip Agarwal’s ACB to begin soon

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Dilip Agarwal’s ACB to begin soon

Excitement levels are soaring high as Dilip Agarwal’s Actors Cricket Bash is all set to start soon. The tournament will begin on the 25th of May 2019 and will continue till the 2nd of June and will have a total of four matches.

Talking about the league, Dilip says, “The most unique thing is all of them are actors and the format is of 15 overs. This is a game which had never been played. It will be very fast and scoring,” he says.

There are four teams contesting in the bash – Ahmedabad Lions, Delhi Titans, Mumbai Aces and Chennai Hotshots. The cream of the TV industry will be taking part in the league with actors Karan Wahi being the caption of Chennai Hotshots, Sharad Kelkar leading his team Mumbai Aces, Sahil Ankola being the caption of Delhi Titans and Jay Bhanushali and his team Ahmedabad Lions.

The other actors participating in the matches include Bhaktiyar Irani, Mohit Malik, Varun Badola, Indraneil Sengupta, Rohit Roy, Shabir Ahluwalia, Samir Kochar, Krrishna Soni, Himanshu Malhotra and Suyyash Rai.

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Samir Soni on friend Karan Oberoi being charged with rape: The Karan Oberoi I know isn’t like this!

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Samir Soni on friend Karan Oberoi being charged with rape: The Karan Oberoi I know isn’t like this!
Actor Samir Soni, who worked with actor Karan Oberoi in Jassi Jaisi Koi Nai, extends his support in the wake of rape accusations against the latter. The actor says that he knows Karan and doesn’t feel he would have taken this drastic step.
“Karan Oberoi is a very nice and a sweet guy, we have a few common friends. I know him and he is from a fairly well off family and when I read about the case I thought that it was out of the question,” he says, adding, “The Karan Oberoi I know is a very sweet guy. Why would he go to such an extent? Someone can be a little flirtatious but doing something like this is out of the question. I believe the guy and this is a desperate message to everyone jumping on the bandwagon, believing that if it is said then it must be true, to hang on and wait for the facts to emerge. Sometimes what happens is when a relationship doesn’t work out people get vindictive and they try to take revenge. Just because a couple of men are like that doesn’t mean every man is like that.”
The actor, who will be seen in SOTY 2, urges people to not malign others’ names using movements like #metoo, a movement by women wherein they reveal the name of the person who sexually harassed them and their story.  “
I think when #Metoo came, although it was a genuine thing, some people took advantage of that. This was a counterpoint to the movement and it should not be ignored. When #metoo came, people weren’t checking facts and truth. I remember saying this on one show that the fear of people misusing this, this a sheer due of the power is given to a person, and the solution is that before you get on to a conclusion, you need to check everything,” he says.
He adds, “I am not saying Me Too movement is a bad thing but yes with great power comes great responsibility, you will accuse somebody and you will get sympathy from people but you will be responsible for that person’s family too, if you are lying.”
The actor concludes by saying that men cannot be wrong all the time. “Whenever you have a small doubt, you take the girl’s side. The fact of the matter really is in this industry, and most of the women will agree to this, that there will be some men and women who would like to get closer to people in power like writers, directors, so that they can get a pass and get their work done. When it doesn’t happen, they will go against the person saying this happened and that happened. We should not be too quick to judge men only,” he says

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*Hotness overloaded yellow suit on Shalmali Kholgade*

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*Hotness overloaded yellow suit on Shalmali Kholgade*

Talented diva Shalmali Kholgade looked stunning in a yellow suit which was styled by Neha Chaudhary at a Macau concert last night.

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