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Kailash Kher expresses his views on the music mafia

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Kailash Kher was invited to the The Future Of Life Festival chat show with director Vivek Agnihotri and Pallavi Joshi. The Future Of Life Festival has been showcasing many dignitaries’ stories and journeys, ranging from music industry Sonu Nigam, Padmashree Malini Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar, Sandesh Shandilya, Swapnil Bandodkar, Avdhoot Gupte along with a lot such other renowned achievers.

When Vivek Agnihotri quizzed Kailash Kher on the music mafia, he said, “People here humiliate them because they have little knowledge of music and because of this, they humiliate any promising singer to show their status. I too have been humiliated. True talent is exploited in our country.”

Pallavi shared the incident, “I was very impressed when I heard Kailash’s song “Allah Ke Bande”. After that, I had recommended Kailash Kher’s name to Vivek Agnihotri for his film.” Later, Kailash sang “Jhuki Jhuki” alongside Sunidhi Chauhan for Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘Chocolate’ (2005).

Vivek asked Kailash about the death mystery of Sushant Singh Rajput, he said, “I am surprised when I hear about Sushant. How can a man who teaches someone to live, take his own life? Can’t be possible.” He further added, “Now our youth has woken up and once the youth wakes up, they will wake up the country.”

On the work front, Pallavi Joshi will host the second season of ‘Bharat Ki Baat’. Also this year she is producing ‘The Kashmir Files’, being helmed by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, which is yet another hard-hitting and challenging subject. Vivek Agnihotri is now coming up with his second non-fiction book ‘Who Killed Shastri?: The Tashkent Files’.

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