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Anu Malik only composer in India who can compose a song in 40 seconds: Subhash Ghai

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Mumbai: Praising veteran music composer Anu Malik, filmmaker Subhash Ghai says that he is the only composer in the country who can compose a song in merely 40 seconds.

“He is one of the most passionate men I’ve ever met; a well-deserved composer, not only for this award but for all his compositions and his body of work. Very few people know how he works. Anu Malik is the only composer in India, who can compose his song in 40 seconds. Have you ever met any such person? I challenge any composer who can compose a song in 40 seconds.

“You tell him to make a song on ‘doori’, you have just said the word and he will just start with it because he breathes his music, he thinks in music, he lives with music, that is called the genuine music man, Anu Malik,” said Ghai at an event to felicitate Malik for his contribution to the industry.

The two have worked together in the Hrithik Roshan-Kareena Kapoor starrer “Yaadein”, of which the title track is very popular and admired. Ghai thinks the song is among Malik’s best five compositions and was surprised that it wasn’t mentioned in the audio-visual of his achievements at the event. He even jokingly termed the video’s creator a “duffer” for not knowing real music.

“He (Malik) has given much better songs, 10 times better songs than what you show in this, he is a man with classical knowledge, he is a man with melodies, he is much deeper than what it looks on screen,” he added.

After ruling the industry in the 1990s and early 2000s with numerous popular albums, Malik witnessed an unimpressive phase in the late 2000s, with comparatively lesser number of films, and which hardly created any impact. But he has in a way bounced back with his music for the film “Dum Laga Ke Haisha”, which even fetched him the Zee Cine Award for Best Music. (IANS)

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Bollywood Celebs Shares Their Views: International Yoga Day

Here's what the celebrities had to say

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Bollywood Celebs Shares Their Views: International Yoga Day
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From veterans like Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini to mothers Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Soha Ali Khan — Bollywood celebrities, for whom fitness is a way of life — posted yoga poses and spoke about its benefits on the occasion of International Yoga Day on Thursday.

While Amitabh Bachchan shared an old image of himself performing a yogasana on Twitter, Hema took the opportunity to thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for spreading awareness about it “not only in India but in all the countries he has visited in the world”.

Here’s what the celebrities had to say:

Amitabh Bachchan: Greetings… but the attire for yoga is not ideal, that was a still from the Gujarat Tourism campaign.

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Amitabh Bacchan, flickr

Hema Malini: Today is International Yoga Day — a celebration of the world wide interest in our own yogasanas. Thanks to our PM who has spread awareness not only in India but in all the countries he hs visited in the world! I request all of you to spend a little time on your bodies to keep fit. I do!

Shilpa Shetty: Pranayama: Prana means life (no life without breath), Ayama means practice or control. So, when you practice control over breath you will have control over your life and mind. It not only cleanses 72000 nadis or channels, your mind and blood, but that cleansing process translates into energy..

Shakti. This power helps you positively manifest your Aura, relationships, self awareness and goals. This International Yoga day start with Pranayama. Welcome the new you. Inhale the future, exhale the past. Enjoy the present. A big thank you to Narendra Modiji who leads and inspires by example and Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore for keeping the momentum going so passionately ‘hum fit toh India fit’.

Sandhya Mridul: Smile. Everyday. Best asana of all! Happy Yoga Day people.

Rajeev Khandelwal: The world follows it… we created it.. let’s own it!

Milind Soman: My contribution to the 1,00,000 Suryanamaskaaras that the people at Be Cure Fit are targeting today on International Yoga Day. I feel stronger and more flexible with yoga and it’s never too late to start.

Soha Ali Khan
Soha Ali Khan, flickr

Soha Ali Khan: Why I’ll always pick yoga over the latest fitness fad.

Nimrat Kaur: Place we shall ever have to live in. Keep it safe and beaming! Way of life. Born again.

Also read: Yoga a Boon for Breast Cancer Survivors

Mugdha Veira Godse: Union of body and mind! Happy International Yoga Day. Today is the day to start a brand new fitness routine. (IANS)