New Cover music video dedicated to labourers daily wagers affected by lockdown
Tushar Lal, the talented young composer of the Western
Railway family has accomplished another feat in the world of social media by
releasing this beautiful piece of cover music which is the Indian version of
“Hotel California” an original by the Eagles. Tushar has dedicated this music
cover to the millions of labourers and poor daily wagers of India who are the
most affected because of the nationwide Corona pandemic lockdown, with no money
and nothing to support them. Through this video, he has urged millions of his
audience to provide donations under feedingindia. Org/donations and the entire
amount shall go to the families of poor corona affected families.
According to a press release issued by WR CPRO Ravinder Bhakar, Tushar Lal is the son of Rajkumar Lal who is the Principal Chief Commercial Manager of Western Railway. Tushar is a well-known Music composer and an internationally acclaimed YouTuber. He has received various appreciative reviews from his admirers, both Indians as well as international ones, who all have found this music inspiring and uplifting. Many of the overseas medicos students who are facing the challenges of nursing the COVID – 19 patients, have expressed their love for listening to the Indian Jam on YouTube for mental peace and to find solace in these trying times.
Previously too, he had raised money for the education of slum children while teaming up with USA pop band imagine dragons which was covered by NDTV and also interviewed him in USA. With this music release, he has once again connected music with a noble social cause and has tried to create music to lift the souls against the fear of Corona pandemic. As he puts in, “In these depressing times when we are all locked down, this music fuses a vibrant dash of fresh air”.
Tushar Lal had raised funds for the education of underprivileged Children of Mumbai slums by casting them in his video, an Indian version of world famous DC Universe movie, “Justice League” and had also uploaded a music video titled ‘Sifar’, based on the philosophies of Mahatma Buddha, which were major hits and garnered spectacular response from viewers across the globe.