Nagpur News : Aditya Anagha’s musical The Burmans – A Journey of Life turned out to be a nostalgic experience. The programme was organised at the Dr Vasantrao Deshpande on Thursday. Conceptualised by Anagha Saraf and Vishal Gurao, it had 24 songs that were rendered by Surubhi Dhomne. Rasilca Joshi, SarangJoshi, Sagar Madhumatke and Shashi Vaidya. The songs had a mix of old and modem with ‘Chanda hai tte, ‘Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhagi Si’, Tula NatIchat Hai’, ‘Yeh Lacllca Hai Allah’, ‘Mere Sapno Ki Rani’, Tiya To Se Naina Lage Re’ and many others, that had the audiance asking for mom.
The line up revealed the great-ness of the legendary duo SD Burman and RD Burman who enlivened the musical years during their musical joumey and produced songs that remain engraved in memory that speak of rich melody, lively lyrics and unmatched foot tapping music, that relegates today’s song scene to a sham. The duo’s music was well researched, original and contained unmatched purity that stirred the soul. Its freshness will linger on for years to come.
Today’s presentation managed to impress upon the list-ner, the greatness of these legends. They don’t make their kind any mom. Manehdra Dhole and Parimal Joshi on keyboard, Prasanna Wanlcbede and Rinks Nikhare on Guitar, Ajay Wekhande and Amar Shende on vio-lin, Vikram Joshi on Monor. Pankaj Yadav on Dholalc.
Arvind Upadhayay on Flute, Nandu Gohane on Drums, Raju Gajbhiye on Tumba and Sachin Dhomne on tabla provided music accompaniment. Shweta Shelgaonkar and Nassir Khan compered the show. Music was coordinated by Sachin Dhomne and Mohd Salim.