Posted on June 21, 2017 at 12:40 pm

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The Cast Of Shani Speak About The Music That Moves Them!

Music heals, soothes, excites and consoles us all. No matter what genre, everyone of us loves to let their hair loose, sit back and give in to the power of music. Today, on World Music Day, we spoke with the cast of of Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s hit show Karamphaldata Shani, to know what kind of music do they find healing and that gets them in the groove…

Tarun Khanna: 

Music is the best stress buster. Besides, you can’t start a party without it; It can totally change your mood. I can’t live without music. I start my day and end my day with music and I love Punjabi music the most. Old Hindi and English songs are also not far behind. Nowadays my favourite is “Suit Suit Karda”.  But all time favourite is “Main Zindagi Ka Saath Nibhata Chala Gaya”.

Salil Ankola: 

Music has always been special to me; right from my teens to until now. I listen to it every day, and the first session starts from my gym in the morning for which I carry my Bluetooth headphones. Music peps me up and is a great mood elevator. People use pre-workout drinks before the gym, but I am happy with music. I listen to it throughout the day. From old Hindi numbers, or latest billboard tracks, slow rock or heavy metal; I listen to anything that sounds good. I mostly find myself humming songs and they change everyday. Like, today this song — Na Seekha Maine Jeena Mere Humdum — is stuck in my head and will be humming it until I sleep!

Kartikey Malviya: 

Music is the best medicine in our lives as it gives us peace of mind. My life is quite full of music because my sister Nupur Di and I are good singers. My sister was Voice of Itarsi (Madhya Pradesh). So music is a very important part of my life. My favourite Hindi song is “Kar Chale Jano Tan Saathiyo”. My favourite English song in “Love the the Way you Lie”.

Kunal Bakshi: 

Music is a very important part of my life. I always keep a Bluetooth speaker in my shooting bag. My day starts with Sai Baba Bhajans because I am a firm believer of Baba. I also listen to Ganpati Aarti and Hanuman Chalisa quite a bit. I play music while doing my makeup every morning, and I love listening to different types of music. I have a collection of 6000 songs on my hard disk whichc include old songs, new songs, ghazals and chants.

Praneet Sharma: 

Music means a lot to me and my family because it reduces my stress and energises me. My day starts with Hanuman Chalisa and Ganpati Arti. Besides, I also like to listen to any melodious song. I love listening to soft music and motivational songs and my favourite singers are Arijit sir, Justin Bieber and Sia. There is a huge list of my favourite songs so it is really very tough to choose only one, but “Rockabye Baby” is one of my favourite songs because it has very touching lyrics. When I am in a party mood I love Siya’s “Cheap Thrills”. I have different songs for different moods. My favourite Hindi song is “Meri Maa” from Taare Zameen Par”.

Zohaib Siddiqui: 

Music is an important factor in my life. Since childhood, I have always been fond of musical instruments and connected to music in some or the other way. I wish life had a background music, then things would have been so much easier and awesome. I listen to music every day because it just keeps me going and creates a lovely musical environment around. It’s one of the fastest growing industry in our times, and we have such wonderful and talented artists these days who are contributing their share of music and melodies with the world. I listen to every kind of music, be it pop, jazz, electronic or Bollywood. Some songs on Coke Studio are my favourites.