Rajarshi Ray on Thursday, November 13, 2014
Brings back memories of old days.. childhood days were so special.. we who
born in late 80's and early 90's were so lucky to get you lucky ali.. and
could also experience d whole indipop scene of 90's.. god knows why such
beautiful songs are not made today. Whole indipop scene has died..
bollywood music has engulfed everything. .:(
Arunava Malo on Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Bought his cassettes when I was in school... still remember the feel when I
had "Sifar" for the first time in my hands.. :) This is the one I loved a
lot. And days passed... things changed. From a hidden loner part from my
inside, this song is a bliss :) Mostly when I'm on road... by myself :)
manas chakraborty on Saturday, June 13, 2015
Oh how I miss driving in these highways of the south west, the
roadside native American art/jewelry stores in completely secluded places,
we often stopped after a good long drive only to smoke a cigarette and pea
in the free air.
atiq-ur Rehman on Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Wonderful song lucky bhai awesome no words for your voice, and great lyrics
dekha hai ese bhi kisi ko ese hi, dilke jharokon me ab bhi mohabbat ke
saaye hain... reh jaye jo baad me bhi hamare jo paaye hain.
Prasad Jachak on Sunday, November 09, 2014
Such artistic way video is choreographed..And nice lyrics and obviously
superb voice...I dont understand why such type of authentic creations dont
get publicity in india? Its mystery to me..