Monday, 18 February 2019

Bollywood throngs Nisha JamVwal's swish sit-down lunch & panel discussion

Celebrity columnist and social activist Nisha JamVwal hosted a swish sit-down lunch along with a panel discussion on the subject of 'Connecting Rural India through Technology' for Detel Foundation and its founder Yogesh Bhatia at Bombay’s best rooftop restaurant Souk, for select friends, over a seven course gourmet lunch. Guests comprising of famed celebrities Anu Malik , actor Ranjeet, ace lawyer Mrunalini Deshmukh, maestro Anup Jalota, chef Amrita Raichand, courtier Amy Billimoria, Shashi Bansal, Naazi Bedi engaged in the panel discussion on the importance of technology and telecommunications in skill development and improving education in India’s tier two, tier three towns and villages as they dug into the delectable cuisine. 

JamVwal, looking gorgeous in a gold lamé slinky creation, shared “I believe India is not its
cities but its villages and there must be rural development and women empowerment in tier two and tier three cities for the country to forge ahead. Technology, smart learning, skill development and e-education using technology and technical advancement is the key.” 

Said Bhatia of Detel India “We believe that our feature phone is a means to connecting #40croreindians and the foundation works and my missions is to equip the underprivileged kids and farmers in villages by giving feature phones and televisions to grow their exposure and knowledge base.”

Friday, 15 February 2019

Anup Jalota Releases Three Valentine’s Singles From Red Ribbon!

This Valentine’s season, Red Ribbon Musik is back with three romantic music videos - Ye Dil Deewana Mane Na, Yeh Mujhe Kya Hua and Toota Hoon Bikhra Nahi. The first song is by Anuradha Paudwal called Ye Dil Deewana Mane Na, a haunting melody, the composition and lyrics are by Laxmi Narayan. The second, Yeh Mujhe Kya Hua, a treat for music lovers, is sung by the versatile singer-performer Lalitya Munshaw and Aishwarya Nigam, is composed by Puja Neelam Kapoor and its lyrics are penned by Kashi Kashyap. The picturesque music video for this song, filmed in the scenic Himalayan hilltops of Rishikesh and Mussoorie , Uttarakhand, features Lalitya Munshaw and Kapil Gujjar of Rubaru Mr. India 2017 fame. Lalitya Munshaw is also the woman behind Red Ribbon Muzik. The third song by Aryan Pandit is ‘Toota Hoon Bikhra Nahi’, a sad romantic number written, composed and rendered by the actor himself.

Ahead of Valentine's Day, ace singer Anup Jalota graced the singles release, alongside Lalitya Munshaw, Aryan Pandit, Harshad Arora, Mohit Chauhan, Adarsh Sharma, Samarth Shandilya and Elina Tuteja at Red Ribbon Musik, Andheri West.

Yours to check out all three spectacular songs on YouTube and listen to them on all the digital platforms and musically celebrate this Valentine's Day!

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

'Woh Jo Tha Ek Massiah Maulana Azad' Music Release By Red Ribbon

Woh Jo Tha Ek Massiah Maulana Azad, the film based on the life of the freedom fighter-scholar-activist Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, was released last week. The Times of India’s review of the film stated, “If you are intrigued to learn more about Indian history in general and Maulana Azad in particular, then you can turn to ‘Woh Jo Tha Ek Messiah Maulana Azad’.” The film achieved critical acclaim.

The music release on digital platforms was through singer-performer-entrepreneur Lalitya Munshaw’s Red Ribbon Entertainment, a leading music company and record label. The film’s music boasts five inspiring tracks. ‘Abul Kalam Azad tha Bharat ka dulara’ and ‘Tu hai mashgul bahut’, two tracks of the album are sung by Vivek Naik. ‘Hum sab mile toh desh ko anjaam milega’ is sung by Sachin Jarle and Sujata Patwa. ‘Apni apni aag mila lo sholay ban jayenge’ and ‘Ae khuda ye kya kiya’ are sung by Pancham Pardeshi. The lyrics have been penned by Dr. Rajendra Gupta and chorus music has been craftily incorporated into these tracks by Darshan Kahar, the film’s music composer. On the music’s digital release, Lalitya Munshaw averred, “We feel proud to be associated with the makers of Maulana Azad biopic, the film on the man who contributed so much to our India. This is the age of biopics of personalities like Maulana Azad, Balasaheb Thackeray among others. The music is energizing and lyrics penned are beautiful.”

Written, directed and produced by Dr. Rajendra Gupta Sanjay, this biopic on India’s first education minister is a fitting tribute to his legacy.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

Dr Prem Jagyasi’s Carve Your Life’ Is A Bible To Life: Bhagyashree

Dr Prem Jagyasi’s Carve Your Life’ Is A Bible To Life: Bhagyashree
Actress Bhagyshree was a picture of calmness and composure as she launched Dr Prem Jagyasi’s Carve Your Life: Live a Great Life with Carvism, a self-empowerment book for those seeking to find their true self, find meaning in their life and lead a fruitful and successful life.

“Bhagyashree is known for living life on her own terms and contribution to society and has carved her life according to values and practiced the concept of Carvism in true essence. Hence she was the ideal personality to inaugurate The Carve Your Life Book,” averred Dr Prem Jagyasi,  an award-winning global leader and acclaimed life coach, who has delivered keynote speeches and conducted focused workshops in several countries.
He is renowned for delivering succinct and customized Carve Your Life training programmes. In his book, he has answered readers’ queries about minimalism, productivity and tactical transformation in one’s self.
Shedding light on what inspired him to write this

book, Dr. Prem Jagyasi said, “The art of carving one’s life through minimalism is empowering enough to bring about maximum transformation in one’s real self. My book intends to be a savior for all those who wish to find a purpose in their life, bring out their true self, and get the most productivity out of their endeavors.”
Added  Bhagyashree, “Dr. Prem’s book, honestly, is a bible to life. It is something we should read page by page, even if you read a paragraph every single day. We should have it by our bedside as something, just to remind us, on how simple life can be. So, make your life simple but significant.”
 "Sometimes we form very unrealistic definition of success. More than accumulation, it should be about contribution towards life. It is also very important to follow the bidding of your heart and to live a passionate life. In Dr Prem Jagyasi's Carvism principles, we can find great suggestions about how we can scrape out everything unnecessary from our lives and keep only those things that complete us, and ultimately help us in living a meaningful life,” added Bhagyashree.
The book has been edited, published and marketed by Times Group Books (TGB), Madhuita Mohanty, Senior Editor, TGB, said about the upcoming release, “We are delighted to publish Carve Your Life. We believe Dr. Prem Jagyasi’s indigenously developed philosophy of Carvism will immensely benefit readers as it provides practical insight into the art of being at one’s productive best.” With the rising need for practical, no-nonsense books and media with relevant life-inspiring content has grown exponentially in recent decades. Carve Your Life attempts to bridge that gap and help people identify clutter in their lives, declutter their lives and then focus on the material and non-material aspects that hold and add value in their lives.