Udit Narayan, Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali together for ‘Moonlight Whispers’

Mumbai, Aug 1 (IANS) Top singers Udit Narayan, Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali, and Mahalaxmi Iyer among others are all set to soothe moods of music lovers with a new album “Moonlight Whispers”.

“Some of the top singers such as Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali, Mahalaxmi Iyer have all sung for this album. I have a duet with Mahalaxmi and other than that, I have two solo songs. The songs are extremely melodious and I hope the audiences love it,” Narayan told media here.

About his experience of working with such renowned names in the music industry, he said: “I’m very happy that I got the opportunity to sing with such top singers. The title is also good, our writer Sharmaji (Ravi Sharma) has beautifully written the words and Vivek Prakashji (music director) too has created a beautiful melody for all the songs. And I’m hopeful that this album, ‘Moonlight Whispers’, just like its name will be a hit.”

Narayan, who ruled the playback singing space in the 1990s, still has the urge and drive to continue exploring music. “For several years, there was a kind of dominance (in music industry), which has reduced now but still there is an excitement and joy about music. But I want to learn more and work harder. There is no end to music as how much ever you go deep into music, it is still insufficient.”

He also said that he was extremely happy with his response to songs in recent films such as “Entertainment”, “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania” and “Agneepath”.

“Moonlight Whispers” will be released by Times Music.

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