Swanand Kirkire, Shantanu Moitra: Bavra Mann -- dedicated to Aisha
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Date: January 28, 2015
http://inktalks.com At INK2011, celebrated musicians Swanand Kirkire and Shantanu Moitra perform their hit song Bavra Mann dedicated to beloved INK speaker Aisha Chaudhary. Aisha touched our hearts with her talks at INK2011 and INK2013, and sadly passed away in January, 2015 battling Pulmonary Fibrosis throughout her life.
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ABOUT SWANAND KIRKIRE:
Swanand Kirkire has many strings to his bow, he is a writer, song-writer, actor, playwright and director in the Hindi film industry. Graduating from the National School of Drama in 1996 he soon moved into the world of television, and then, in 2003, progressed to film, making his debut as a lyricist & singer with Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi.
Swanand has since won two National Film Awards for the lyrics of Lage Raho Munna Bhai in 2007 and again in 2009 for 3 Idiots.
ABOUT SHANTANU MOITRA:
Folk music is rapidly disappearing from mainstream music, but never fear! Shantanu Moitra is a man on a mission to save folk musical traditions. Shantanu is a renowned Indian music composer and restorationist. With a father as an accomplished sarod player and his mother as a talented artist, creativity naturally runs through his veins. He has worked on many landmark Bollywood films, including "Parineeta", "3 Idiots", and "Madras Cafe".
In 2014, he received the National Film Award for Best Music Direction (Background Score) for Na Bangaaru Talli. With his compositions and exploration of lost musical traditions, Shantanu constantly contributes to what he strongly believes is the best way to "see" a country — by experiencing its music.