“I believe there is always something to learn from others” says Vishal Dadlani

Vishal Dadlani: “Being on the stage amid the real music lovers from across the globe transforms me into a live wire and I simply love every bit of it.”

Music composer-singer and performer  Vishal Dadlani concedes that performing live in front of an audience is and will always be his top pick.

“Being on the stage amid the real music lovers from across the globe transforms me into a live wire and I simply love every bit of it. I was missing those high-voltage live performances and thankfully stage shows have been resumed — of course with limited occupancy. For music lovers like me this is good to go for now,” says co-composer for the movies like Dostana, Bang, Sultan, and War.

Dadlani aces dabbling between composing, writing, performing just as passing judgment on reality shows. He shares, “I am a musician first and anything related to music is always welcomed. At times things just happen with the flow whereas sometimes you have to plan it out. Like, of late, I was working on a song and a tune just struck me overnight while sometimes it takes days for that right chord to strike. Perhaps that’s the magic of music.”

The musician has been judging quite a few reality series. “For me, it’s all about music always. And these shows no doubt bring out the best raw talent from nooks and corners of our country. I believe there is always something to learn from others so I gladly and equally imbibe things from newcomers as well as seasoned musicians co-judging with me.”

Dadlani feels it’s difficult in the present time to keep controversies under control, As social media has reformed our lives it’s not easy to keep a low profile and stay away from daily hullabaloo. Thankfully, over the years I have learned this art unlike before. Today, I’m a super calm guy who is impassive to trolls.” “For me, my music is foremost and will be but at the same time I have never shied away from speaking my mind because that’s the way I am,” says the singer of Balam Pichkari, who is now seen as a co-judge in SaReGaMaPa.

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