The magic of the voice of Ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas still speaks to the heads of the people. Pankaj has been entertaining people through his Ghazal for the last 41 years. He believes that no matter how the time may change, but the love of the people towards Ghazal is never going to diminish.
In Lucknow, Pankaj Udhas gave the first live performance between the Corona era. During this time he said, “I have always believed that you need to move ahead with time. Currently, the most important tool for interacting with people is the digital medium. Through this, I want to introduce many concepts about Ghazals and poetry, which is on my mind. ”
Pankaj Udhas is working on a musical project with theater artist Salim Arif. He said, “I am working on a program about Mirza Ghalib. Its focus will be on them, but as we have seen in Epic Serial, it will be different from that. From next month, listeners will get to hear new singles in which they will get information about songs, compositions, lyrics and other things. ”
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He said, “Over time, music has changed many dimensions and this change has been mainly due to technology and sound design, but the good thing about Ghazal is that its basic components have not changed. Even today when people are tired they find peace and solitude in the ghazals only. ”
Pankaj Udhas says that the Ghazals of the 80s and 90s are still relevant today. He said, “Music was the biggest source of entertainment because only TV came later and there was no Internet.” We got the full attention of the audience and music lovers used to wait for the cassettes. Today we have all the songs on the internet, but people do not have time for music. They no longer listen to music as they used to listen. Passion and attention from the audience was not the first. Perhaps it is due to a busy lifestyle and job. ”
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Pankaj Udhas said that my songs sung in films have always been in demand, but it feels good when the youngsters come to me and cry ‘through the walls’, ‘their house on one side’ and ‘those close to you’. Request for a song. People’s love for Ghazals will never diminish.