Indian culture

Indian culture justifies festivals with songs, Suresh Bhanushali, Photofit Music

MUMBAI: India is the “land of festivals”. India’s rich and vibrant festivals bear witness to the diversity of our traditions and culture. As Indians, we are truly connected to the occasion and love to celebrate every moment. We celebrate festivals regardless of religion or caste in our country, bringing people together and creating a strong bond of humanity that ultimately becomes a priority.

Our celebration phase begins as early as January until the year ends with Christmas. Festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali, Durga Puja, Independence Day, Republic Day, Janmashtami and Christmas are some important festivals celebrated across India and also play a vital role in our tradition.

Adding, not leaving Hindi cinema behind, always contributes to every festival and cultural event. Also, apart from photofit Music, various other music labels create singles for various festive events in their own music style by coming up with a new song on such occasions. They have made their presence strongly felt in many global contexts. Getting ahead of the league Producer Suresh Bhanushali with Photofit Music has never failed to craft a song for any occasion.

India is a melting pot of diverse cultures and religions which in turn enriches our religion. India has more festivals than any other country considering the diversity and embracing the spirit of tradition. These occasions start from Republic Day to Christmas and branch out to regions like Maharashtra, Punjab and the South, adds Mr. Suresh Bhanushali, Producer, Photofit Music.

Photofit Music is the known name to follow the trend and we are basically at the forefront of the music market, adds Mr. Rajiv John Sauson. Mr. Suresh Bhanushali and Photofit Music have broken down all barriers and are creating memories with their songs. The songs are loved by their audience. Photofit Music has filmed songs for extremely important festivals in our country to reach various audience bases.

It gives us immense pleasure when we get that desired love from the audience we work for, submits Mr. Amit K Shiva, Photofit Music.

Mr. Suresh Bhanushali adds, songs like “Hum Haar Nahi Maante and Mere Desh Ka Tiranga” specially made for Independence Day, patriotic song “Army” depict love for Republic Day, “Gori Tame “extraordinarily made for Navratri, “Brojogopi Khele Holi” which was intended for Holi, devotional songs like “Ganpati Bappa Morya and Bappa Ki Sawari” for Ganesh Utsav without forgetting also the most romantic song “Chand” for the occasion of Karwa Chauth by Photofit Music proves our readiness for success, and the arranged songs articulate the sequence very well.

The festive musical numbers still adhere to traditional narrative functions. Our Indian music business is designed in such a way that we can see a dedicated song for every occasion. Cultural festivals in India are more than ever the perfect way to celebrate India’s diversity, concludes Mr. Rajiv John Sauson.

Photofit Music is known for giving open doors to new talent and has sparked thought and success with its vision. The journey is still continuous and leaves surprising imprints in the music industry.