HOL­LY­WOOD BOL­LY­WOOD TELE­VI­SION MU­SIC SEC­U­LAR­ISM DOESN’T EX­IST ANY­MORE: GUR­DAS MANN

The singer feels mu­si­cians, apart from cre­at­ing mu­sic, have a so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity to per­form

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Sa­marth Goyal

Vet­eran singer, Gur­das Maan (left), who brought Pun­jabi folk mu­sic to the fore­front, re­fuses to fol­low the typ­i­cal com­mer­cial pat­tern of mu­sic. Thus, in the age of sin­gles, the singer talks about his new al­bum, the evolv­ing in­dus­try and his re­sis­tance to change. hate­ful to­wards each other. They are con­stantly cre­at­ing bar­ri­ers on the ba­sis of re­li­gion and gen­der. Sec­u­lar­ism to bacha hi nai hai du­niya me. Peo­ple should re­alise that ev­ery­one is free to prac­tice what­ever re­li­gion they want, and that they should treat fel­low hu­mans with love and re­spect. woh janta ko batayein jo bhi galat kam ho raha hain. ( It’s their duty to make peo­ple aware about to­day’s world) In my song, I nar­rate the story of a man, who loses his fam­ily twice in a life­time. Once dur­ing the riots of 1947 and then, 37 years later, dur­ing the riots of 1984. This is what I want to talk about. The ha­tred is spread­ing ev­ery­where, and we have to stop it.

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