Sunday, August 31, 2008

"We are two different bodies but one soul" says ADBOYZ of Lond

After a hit number "nagada nagada" now ADBOYZ are going to sing the song "bhootni ke " in "Singh is king"A.D.BOYZ says" According to our experiences today in bollywood everything works on contacts.Gone are the days where directors or producers would find some one nice or suitable in a park or station or a mall and say"Yes I will make him/her a star".Today everything is on connections guys and girls are focussing more on building their contacts than their acting.Today you can't count three people on your finger tips who are heroes from a non-film".
In an interview with Rajendra Ganotra and Vijay Shanker,ADBOYZ reveal their secrets.
Q) From where did you learn music?
A) Its God-gift to us.We planned it when we were small.We thanks our parent for supporting and guiding us.Lots of friends for giving us an opportunity to become what we are today.
Q) What do you think of religion?
A) Religion is a part of our life,but it doesn't matter inside the room.
Q) Do you believe in magic?
A) We do,but so far,we've no personal experiences.
Q) How relevant is classical music today?
A) Normally people feel that Indian Classical music is dying but it is not.So as there are alot of youngsters who have taken up classical music seriously.Classical music is a rich art hence can't die easily.
Q) What is the future of classical music ?
A) The future of classical music is quite bright,there is no doubt about it.
Q) What is the one piece of advice you want to share with people your age?
A) The new India is for its youth, and the world is open to us.We must take the country forward in what over field we are.
Q) Who is your matinee idol?
A) Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan.
Q) Who inspired you to become singers?
A) Our mother.
Q) Which actor you would love to go on a date with?
A) Salman Khan.
Q) What is romance to you?
A) It is a state of mind where in you and your love are in a state of pure bliss.It could be memories and romantic.
Q) Do you believe in the institution of marriage?
A) It's a beautiful bond where in you make a commitment to the person you love the most.
Q)Do you face competition?
A) No,we like competition.
Q) Do you feel pop music is on a down slide right now?
A) No, we don't feel it is on a down slide.
Q) When is your album comming up?
A) At the end of this year.
Q) Do international audiences differ from the Indian ones?
A) Abroad,they love improvisation.In India, audiences are more into melody and gimmicks.
Q) What next?
A) Many things in the pipeline but we don't want to disclose it now.
by Rajendra Ganotra IB mumbai

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