“We had to go through a bit of a process to zero in on what the new sound would be. It was important to us that the first song of this phase be bang center of ‘all that I am.’”
LESSONS OF RESPECT, LOVE and caring for oneself come to the front in New Delhi-bred artist Vasundhara Vee’s new single and music video “Run,” her first ever solo independent release.
Produced by seasoned guitarist-composer Dhruv Ghanekar, “Run” starts offwith a familiar yet striking soul intro, then dipping into a chasmic pop palette with Vasundhara’s inimitable vocals taking the lead throughout. In the video created by Karan Takulia and Jason Vaz, visual metaphors of reflection and self-perception abound as we see Vasundhara is different looks, all of which make a heightened statement of a pop artist who’s ready to run free and confidently, undaunted by the past.
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10 Best Indian Music Videos Of 2021
From empowering stories to reminiscing loss and wild sojourns, Indian independent music sparked engrossing visuals this year
10 Best Indian Singles Of 2021
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10 Best Indian Albums Of 2021
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Doja Cat DGAF If You Read This *
( * OR AT LEAST, THAT'S WHAT SHE WANTS YOU TO THINK)
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THE IRIDESCENT WORLD OF RAD MUSEUM
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Lifting the Veil
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Alex's Heartfelt Goodbye
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The power of one
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MAKING SANITARY SENSE
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Advani wins his 11th National billiards title
Ace cueist Pankaj Advani defended his National billiards title his 11th in the tournament after he defeated his PSPB teammate Dhruv Sitwala 5-2 in a best of nine games final here. Advani responded with breaks of 56 and 46 to restore parity at 1-1 after Sitwala’s breaks of 64 and 42 late on Monday evening.
CRADLE TO A HAPPY LIFE
Over 340 unwanted babies found families courtesy a scheme that urges people to hand them over discreetly, writes Rajesh Asnani
VASUNDHARA RAJE BACK ON CENTRE STAGE IN RAJASTHAN
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Vasundhara Raje's Mewar yatra sets BJP abuzz, ex-CM claims no political motive
WHILE the tussle in the Congress appears to have calmed down, the religious tour of former chief minister Vasundhara Raje in Mewar has raised political temperatures in the BJP in Rajasthan.
Winter flowers to fill the senses
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Bumpy at times but lands safely
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