If you have music in your life, you live longer and are happier! What these famous people are listening to is listed below. Top TV actors including Sheeba Akashdeep, Sudhanshu Pandey, Aditya Deshmukh, and Aniruddh Dave talk on World Music Day.
World Music Day:
“I adore music to the fullest. It travels with me while I perform a variety of things, like applying makeup, taking a shower, travelling by car, and even reading. Music is incredibly important to me. Akash and I both have the luxury of knowing some professional vocalists among our closest friends. Both the Pankaj Udhas family and Sonu Nigam are like family to us.”
“In addition, Palak Mucchal is regarded as family. We also have a particular place in our hearts for Alka Yagnik. We seem to draw a lot of vocalists and musical influences into our life. As for me, I’ve studied music my entire life with a focus on classical singing. I have learned to play the harmonium and the veena, and I can sing. However, I don’t really like sad music. I don’t have a favourite song in that genre because it is one that I do not like.”
“I place a great deal of importance on music since I don’t just listen to it to feel good. I need music around me constantly to get through the day and its hours when I’m working. It’s a part of my system and existence. I spend a significant amount of time listening to music every day. Whenever I return to my makeup area while filming, I turn on my music. I either listen to reggae music because it makes me feel really peaceful or I listen to music from the 1970s, which includes songs by Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, and R.D. Burman. Reggae is incredibly meditative, pleasant, and mellow out, thus it helps me stay calm. I also enjoy reggae music.”
“I haven’t studied music or any instruments, so no. Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to study an instrument or to practise my singing. Bollywood music, particularly songs from the 1970s, is what I like to listen to when I’m down. The 90s, namely the songs by Kumar Sanu and Udit Narayan, are my second choice since they make me feel very happy.”
“I do, in fact, firmly believe in it. Mohammad Rafi has been a favourite of my entire family for many years, and I love to sing. Even though my father works as a commissioner by trade, he continues to give live performances in Rafi Ji’s honour. He believes he has done everything in life and now wants to concentrate on what he loves the most, which is music. This is his way of paying tribute. He sings with great fervour. We encourage him to pursue his goals since we have seen his lifelong commitment to music. Through him, we have cultivated a strong predisposition for music and a fervent affection for Mohammad Rafi.”
“We also prefer to listen to music from the 1980s and 1990s, including songs by Michael Jackson and the Backstreet Boys, in addition to Rafi Ji. Life is made more charming by music, and it is always fun to listen to it. I frequently tune in to FM radio or play a lot of English music and old tunes while I’m driving. Slow music is one of my favourites because it goes well with any environment and any mood. I’ve learnt to play the keyboard and sing myself. I also have a guitar, and whenever my buddies come to visit, we jam together. I have a good ear for music, and I sing along throughout those sessions to fully engage. Moreover, I always take comfort in listening to “Tanhayee” from the film Dil Chahta Hai when I’m feeling bad. Immersing myself in that song makes me feel better since it takes me to another world.”
“Since I was a little child, music has been a huge part of my life. During our school assembly, I was the only child in first grade to play an instrument. I have played a variety of instruments since I was a small child, including the Bongo Congo, Harmonium, Tabla, mouth organ, keyboard, and Synthesiser. I am lucky to be able to play a variety of instruments in addition to the guitar. My mother also has a talent for music, so maybe it’s a blessing or genetic. I will always be grateful to Mrs Sharma, who taught music to me at Central School, for her unwavering encouragement and inspiration.”
“I still have a lot of musical instruments at home, and I recently had my kid Anishq’s synthesiser mended so he may learn music too. Also, I like playing the mouth organ, which is regarded as one of the hardest instruments to perform. I’ve recently started singing at Karaoke, and it’s a fun way to pass the time. I adore all of S P Balasubramanian’s songs, as well as those from the film Maine Pyaar Kiya. Inspiration can be found through music. It helps me stay motivated, stay focused, and control my energy. Music is incredibly important to me. I frequently put on my headphones and listen to music while waiting between scenes.”
Although many of us are unaware of the hidden musical depths these actors possess, they have portrayed a range of characters on both the big and small screens. On World Music Day, we discover more about some of these varied artists. So, this was all about your favourite TV actors sharing their taste in music in a candid chat with Bollywood Hush. Stay close to Bollywood Hush to get daily written updates on your favourite TV serials and insider gossip. Also read, top 6 Theatre artists on World Music Day.