The strings of a guitar, the chords of a harmonium, the keys of a piano all know one language – the language of love and expression! On a World Music Day (June 21st), some of your favorite celebrities come together to share their love for music. Check out what what they have to say:
Saurabh Pandey – Music is important part of life and it’s natural. Everything is made out of music, it can change your feelings and moods. I love classical and raw singing kind of music.
Laksh Lalwani – There’s no particular kind of music I prefer. I mostly listen to Sufi at the end of the day. During workouts I prefer listening to rock or hip hop. For me music is just not music. It’s a feeling.
Anshul Trivedi – Music is extremely special to me. I have learned Hindustani Shastriya Sangeet for 7 years and also worked with music maestro Viju Shah for few years. I listen to every kind of music. It ranges from our commercial Bollywood music to EDM. The kind of music I listen to depends on my mood. Music heals me, inspires me! It’s strangely meditative!
Rahul Raj Singh – I think music day is one of the most important day which we celebrate. Music is my soul, in sadness, in happiness, in loneliness and in every aspect of life. Music drives me on. I love all form of genre with soul in it. As I love music.
Asmita Sood – Music plays a very important role in my life. It’s one constant thing I have in my life and it transports me to a different world. I like all kinds of music depending on my mood but yes “House” and it’s variations top the list.
Shashank Vyas – Music is very important part of life. Since my childhood I am into creativity like drama painting and singing. I think music defines personality. Music connects me with positivity and spirituality. Basically I love every kind of music. But yes I keep listening to old Hindi songs. I like instrumental because it is soothing and soulful.
Mohammad Nazim – The World Music Day celebrated on June 21st has become a worldwide phenomenon as countries across the world rejoice in their own unique way to celebrate the day. Its just everything for me. This is the only thing who never leaves me alone. Always there in my happy and sad days. Whenever I go for a long drive I listen to Sufi songs mostly. I am preparing for my second song as a singer.
Ssharad Malhotraa – music is like a good companion. Whenever I drive I listen to songs. Even in gym I need music. Sometimes before sleeping also I play music. music makes my heart dance with enthusiasm.
Himmanshoo Malhotra – Music is the most integral part of my life ‘life is incomplete without music’ being a dancer & artist I have huge inclination towards music’ music completes, relaxes & heals me & helps me to stay in present. It’s contribution to life can’t be described in words. I love anything which is Hindi right from Classical to ghazals ‘ to indie pop’ to typical masala Bollywood to all the romantic numbers.
Amal Sehrawat – Music is food for soul and mood enhancer , listen to any kind of music, happy, sad, romantic, emotional and you immediately are hooked on that mood. Its the best drug, to your mind and soul. Depending upon the mood I choose my preference of the music.
Dhruv Singh – We should never divide music into boundaries. It is a purest form of any kind of talent I would say. Music plays a very important role in everybody’s life. Specially in my life, whenever I am sad, whenever I am happy I like to listen to music. I like listening Sufi songs.
Poonam Preet – Music is my lifestyle. I play music according to my mood. But mostly I like soulful music as it helps me unwind and distress. I like to close my eyes and sail with the beats, lyrics and the mood of the music.
Sanjay Gangnani – For me, music is as important as water, food and sleep. I am more inclined towards soft and romantic numbers since I’m very romantic myself as a person. There’s not a day in my life when I don’t dance and without music, you cannot dance because to dance, you need to feel the beat.
Sandeep Anand – Music is my life. I have rhythm in my every work. I say music made me strong, music made me what I am today. at the age of 12 my family left me at a ashram they were Sufi Saint I was there for three years as Saint I learned Sufi music there and more of that I learnt what is meaning of music everything is musical in this world every thought every single second everything and now in acting also whenever I do any character I concentrate on the rhythm and beat and sur whatever I do I make sure is in perfect surr I like every kind of music but I love Sufi music.