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
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.