Raja Mukherjee gets the Indian event industry together to spread Hope over Hype during Coronavirus
The stalwarts from the industry are featured in the music video with a message for a cause.
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Times are tough. But the event professionals have never shied away from a tough task. Raja Mukherjee, entertainer and anchor, took the initiative of bringing together stalwarts from the industry for a music video. The music video featuring these stalwarts has a message for the industry- to be hopeful and not to give up in the hard times.
Brian Tellis, Clince, Freishia, Gitikka Ganju Dhar, Harshad Chavan, Kubbra Sait, Mohomed Morani, Navneeth Mohan, Nitinn R Miranni, Oum Pradutt, Raja RME, Reema Sanghavi, Sachin Kumbhar, Sarita Raghuvanshi, Siddhartha Chaturvedi, Siddharth Kannan, Sonam C Chhabra and Sushil Shamlal Wadhwa.
Speaking about the music video and what inspired him to create one, Mukherjee said, “I call myself an artist first and then an entertainer. Looking at a scenario like this no one had any idea what to do or who to talk to or what to expect, Rap or hip hop back in the 80s was found as an expression or a medium of spreading positive news, hope and telling the facts. Calling a spade a spade. My craft has helped me make a living and travel the world but never did I ever talk to people with my music and tell them to get up and take it on the chin and keep moving. This is something I wanted to give back to a community of people that have given nothing but love to me.”
Link : https://youtu.be/pCV16_B39DY
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