Pankaj Udhas Gazal Night @ Hyderabad

Pankaj Udhas Gazal Night @ Hyderabad

 

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From his first ghazal album Aahat realized in 1980, Pankaj has released around 40 albums with countless under of compilation. In all his albums he has always tried to present ghazals in a manner more appealing to the masses for innovativeness; pankaj has tried to use the little scope to the best as he could. In the process he has given the world of music some amazing ghazals, which will remain in the hearts of music lovers for time immemorial.

 

 

With ghazals happening along smoothly, Pankaj Udhas also made his foray into films gaining a lot of popularity with the ever-popular Chitthi Aayee Hai from the film Naam bringing tears to every music lovers’ eyes. And his appearance on screen also mage Pankaj a star in his own right. After the smashing number he was flooded with offers to do screen appearances. But he played it safe sticking to playback with occasional screen appearances like those in Saajan, Yeh Dillagi and Phir Teri Kahaani Yaad Aayee. With his soul lying in music, pankaj took upon himself the task of giving the music world something in return. He started a talent hunt program called Aadab Aaraz Hai on Sony Entertainment Television & gave opportunities to a lt of youngsters to present their talents.

 

Artist info - He loves to listen to Begum Akhtar & Mehndi Hasan just like any other ghazal lover would. He still listens to the Beatles and feel they are the only band who can be called as true pop musicians. He likes to play golf & cricket & would love to spend hours together with his family if he gets time for it. Yet he is not just another common man. He is the world- renowned ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas, a man with golden voice, the king of hearts. Pankaj Udhas, the name by itself sounds sweet and reminds one of a voice that is as sweet as honey itself. The man deserves the credit for making ghazals popular at a time when it was losing its foothold over masses. And today amidst the cacophony of fast pop music he has proved that ghazals still charm music lovers the world over & that music s not what is made out of machines but that which is made out of an artist’s soul.