Advertisement
Saturday, Oct 23, 2021
Outlook.com

Don’t Stop The Music

Don’t Stop The Music
Don’t Stop The Music
outlookindia.com
2020-03-27T22:44:53+05:30

Vayu lyricist, composer and singer: I think this unfortunate period and isolation present an opportunity to introspect and establish a closer rapport with oneself. In these dire times, my playlist includes many soulful romantic tunes, such as Baari by Bilal Saeed and Momina Mustehsan. The song is about quarantining the heart from love and I can relate to it. Chan Kithan by Ali Sethi is another apt track because everybody needs to know where you have you been and whether you have the virus. Dil Beparwah by Prateek Kuhad and Ankur Tewari because the heart is still careless and doesn’t take precautions. Marz by The Yellow Diary. It means infection. And surely, Paradise by Coldplay because I want to run away from quarantine to paradise.

­As told to Lachmi Deb Roy

Advertisement

Outlook Newsletters

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Read More from Outlook

 India 'Steadfast Partner' In Global Fight Against Covid-19: PM Modi

India 'Steadfast Partner' In Global Fight Against Covid-19: PM Modi

As wishes pour in from various countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanks world leaders for hailing India's feat of crossing 100 crore Covid vaccine doses.

Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine Effective For Kids: FDA

Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine Effective For Kids: FDA

As per FDA scientists, Pfizer vaccine's benefit for preventing hospitalisations and death from Covid-19 would outweigh any serious potential side effects in children.

Did BCCI Pressure Virat To Quit As India's T20 Captain? Ganguly Clarifies

Did BCCI Pressure Virat To Quit As India's T20 Captain? Ganguly Clarifies

Ganguly said that Kohli's decision to step down from T20 captaincy after the World Cup was his 'own decision'.

How Himachal Pradesh Is Waging War On Drugs Against Cartels In The Hills

How Himachal Pradesh Is Waging War On Drugs Against Cartels In The Hills

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) informed the Himachal Pradesh police earlier this year that some of the biggest drug hauls were traced back to the hill state.

Advertisement