With much fanfare album Jaan Meri was launched at Sin City Rooftop Resto and Lounge. The launch ceremony was done by Bollywood’s prominent Music composer Bappi Lahiri. The album is produced by Sanjay F Gupta and Ashwini Choudhary and composed by Ustad Nishat Khan under US Production: Krishh Entertainment


During the music launch many leading film personailities attended the event. The guests who attended the event included Jitendra,Kumar SanuSivamaniSameerLalit pandit and Chitrashi Lahiri ,Rema LahiriAbhishek Basu, Vishal Joshi, Vikky Vadera, Sahiyar Khan, Bhanu Singh, Shibani KashyapBosky Seth, Ankita Maity, Mudassar Khan, Lalit Pandit, Bhavna Roy, Ashim Bhattacharya, Sanjay F Gupta, Mahendra Varma, Shefali Varma, Harsh Varma,  Rupal Joshi, Shaurya Joshi, Saloni Aswani,  Vijay Dayal, Sameer Anjaaan, Shaan, Lalit Pandit, Dj Sheizwood, Kanwalpreeet, Dr.Sharmila Nayak, Shibani Kashyap, Sameer Anjan, Champak Jain, Kumar Sanu, Sivamani And Runa, Mukul Abhyankar, Vikas Khare , Deepak Pandit, Susheela Kutty, Kamlesh Bhadkamkar, Varad Kathapurkar,  Shruti Bhave, Amogh Dandekar, Kishore Narkhede, Nilesh Parab, Manish Kulkarni, Ajay Shekawat, Atul Raninga, Anurag Sinha, Arvind Pandey, Karan Warve and Harsh Warve.  


Composer of the song, Ustad Nishat Khan says "This is one of the grandest non-film Bollywood songs . While rootedin classical music, I wanted the treatment to be modern and majestic. I am particularly delighted with the video shoot by Sanjay F Gupta who picked Baku, Azerbaijan as the location to bring forth the classical and operatic themes.  Ankita Maity's Kathak presentation has an excellent mix of love, heartbreak, pathos, self-doubt and finally using art to find inner strength and conquer darkness.  Anuradha-ji's singing style is evocative and reminds us of the great old years of Bollywood music"


Anuradha Palakurthi is called as the "Nightingale of New England" by her fans in her home city of Boston, USA.  She is widely regarded for her versatility across genres and was the featured singer in live shows in the USA with Kumar Sanu, Suresh Wadkar, Deepak Pandit and BappiLahiri-Ji. She has also recorded playback for South Indian films. In Boston, Anuradha serves as the Chairperson of MIT's Heritage Arts of South Asia (MITHAS) and co-hosts a weekly Radio Music India show on WLYN 1360 that educates and entertains listeners on the Carnatic & Hindustani classical roots of Indian Film music.

Author : Sitaram Mewati

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