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Press Release |  29 May 2019 16:08 |  By RnMTeam

Anuradha Palakurthi to sing live with Bappi Lahiri and Vishal-Shekhar

MUMBAI: Juju Productions, LLC, a Boston-based music and video production company, today announced that Indian-American singer Anuradha Palakurthi-Juju will sing live on 1 June on Times of India MX channel along with Indian music legends Bappi Lahiri and Vishal-Shekhar.

The program will feature under the Times of India MX television series on Great Musicians and will be filmed at Filmistan Studios in Mumbai. Times of India MX is a 24-hour TV channel in India owned and operated by The Times Group.

“We’re very excited that Anuradha will feature in the new series on India’s great musicians on Times of India MX channel,” said Juju Productions CEO Manisha Jain. “We will be making more announcements soon about Anuradh’s more programs and shows.”

In March this year, Juju Productions released its Jaan Meri music video album globally from MIT’s Kresge auditorium. The album features the talents of 70 musicians and over 450 people in the production of the music videos filmed across the globe from Hollywood to Bollywood. Jaan Meri features singer and producer Anuradha Palakurthi-Juju. Ustad Nishat Khan, one of India’s finest musicians and a virtuoso sitar player, composed the Jaan Meri album.

The video album consists of six songs, directed and filmed in locations spanning the globe, from Hollywood in Los Angeles to Mumbai, India to Baku in Azerbaijan.

Earlier this year, Juju Productions also launched Music Room with veteran Bollywood singer and composer Bappi Lahiri and his son Bappa Lahiri on Zee TV Americas.

Anuradha has been recognized as the top-rated singer of Indian origin by industry legends. She has performed live with Bollywood singers like Kumar Sanu, Suresh Wadkar, Deepak Pandit and Bappi Lahiri across the United States. Anuradha has recorded a duet with Hariharan for Ekal Vidyalaya – composed by guitarist Prasanna with drummer Sivamani and a group of 14 multiple-Grammy winning musicians from across the globe. She sings in six Indian languages and has recorded playback for South Indian films.