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Indian PM Modi pens garba song 'Maadi' for Navratri

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has penned down a Garba song, titled 'Maadi', composed by Meet brothers, Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh.

Speaking on the opportunity to compose the song, the Meet Brothers said: "This song was like a gift for us from the goddess. We got 48 hours to compose this and we made this song. We really want to meet him and hope we will meet soon. We never thought that we would get this song. We are thankful to our team for helping us in composing this song."

They added, "He needed a composer to instantly compose the song in 48 hours and contacted three or four composers and finally he liked our songs. While choosing the composer, he didn't think of Sikh or Punjabi and treated a musician like a musician."

Praising the PM, they also said, "He is among the world's number 1 personalities and he is our favourite. While working with him, it felt like we were working with a professional. We are lucky to have got this opportunity and see a new side of him. He is attached to Indian culture and tradition."

PM Modi also thanked Meet brothers via a post on X.

A music video based on a Garba song penned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was released on Saturday.

Titled 'Garbo,' the song, voiced by singer Dhvani Bhanushali and composed by Tanishk Bagchi, was released under the banner of Jjust Music, a music label founded by actor-producer Jackky Bhagnani.

The PM also shared that he has managed to write a new Garba over the last few days, which he will share during this Navratri, that begins tomorrow.

"It does bring back many memories. I have not written for many years now but I did manage to write a new Garba over the last few days, which I will share during Navratri," PM Modi tweeted on X.

In his response to Bhanushali's tweet, the Prime Minister thanked Bhanushali, Bagchi and the team of Jjust Music for the "lovely rendition" of the Garba he had "penned years ago."

Bhanushali in her tweet said composer Tanishk Bagchi and she loved the Garba penned by the prime minister and they "wanted to make a song with a fresh rhythm, composition and flavour."

They also thanked the music label for helping them "bring this song and video to life." The 'Garbo' song garnered over 240,000 views in just 3 hours after it was posted on the YouTube channel of the music label.

Navratri is one of the most popular and widely celebrated Hindu festivals in many parts of India as well as around the world, as diaspora across the globe gets together to celebrate the vibrant festival.


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