An impressive voice

An impressive voice

The versatile singer is going the new age way and will be releasing her first song digitally in association with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt Ltd and the song will be available for digital download on Hungama’s distribution network from this month.

After listening to Anmol’s song ‘The Graduation’ for the first time, actor Aamir Khan was so floored that he posted the song with the video on his Facebook page complementing Anmol on her lovely voice along with wishing her best of luck. Others like Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Rajkumar Hirani and Rohan Sippy also went on record expressing their appreciation.

With music in her genes, the multi-talented singer recorded her first song at a young age of eight for David Dhawan and Vashu Bhagnani’s Biwi No1 and then at the age of 15, she sang for J P Dutta’s Umrao Jaan. Continuing her formal education from Dhirubhai Ambani International School, she wrote ‘The Graduation’ at her graduation while bidding adieu to her friends.

When she was studying at the University of Warwick, England, she completed the composition of this song and made her father hear it, who instantly decided to produce the song. This is a melodious English track with beautiful lyrics on friends, hope, life and goodbyes. It’s about graduation from the comfortable school life and to a new and exciting stage in life.

On the release, Anmol said, “Goodbyes are painful because they make you remember all the reasons you don’t want to leave. This is also a song about hope — the hope of meeting your old friends somewhere down the line, and cherishing those precious memories stored at the back of your mind forever.” Talking about her excitement on the launch, Anmol added, “I am very excited about the launch of this single. For artistes likes me who have ideas for extremely offbeat topics, the quickest way of reaching our friends is through the web. That is how we finalised on the idea of releasing the song with Hungama.”

On this occasion, Anu Malik said, “I am very proud of Anmol. All that she has achieved today has been due to her own talent and hard work. She is my ‘precious’ child and I wish her the best of luck in all her future projects. I have and always will support any decision she makes about her career. I am enjoying taking the backseat this time as she turns composer and singer with this venture.”

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