Palash Sen launches petition for presidency recognised music trade; seeks Vicky, Ayushmann's help

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Palash Sen launches a petition for the welfare of Indian music trade members& 

Key Highlights

  • Indian musician Palash Sen has launched for the welfare of Indian music trade
  • In the petition, he has urged the federal government to announce instant aid packages for Indian musicians
  • Further, he has sought Ayushmann Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal’s help for a similar

Palash Sen, Indian singer, songwriter, musician, composer and frontman of Euphoria, has launched a petition for the welfare of musicians within the nation. The singer took to social media and shared two tweets in search of the help of two of Bollywood’s most-loved actors, Ayushmann Khurrana and Vicky Kaushal. 

In his tweets, Palash stated that he has additionally initiated a marketing campaign for a authorities recognised music trade within the nation. He urged them to signal the petition and additional share the identical amongst their followers and followers. 

In a tweet addressed to Vicky, the singer-composer wrote, “Hi @vickykaushal09 bro. Hope things are well at your end. I’ve started a petition for welfare of musicians and to campaign for a Govt recognised music industry in our country.Please do support by signing and sharing this with your followers. God bless you.” He shared the same tweet and addressed it to Ayushmann Khurrana.

Here, take a look at Palash Sen’s tweets for Vicky Kaushal and Ayushmann Khurrana:

In his petition, the singer talked in size about how Indian musicians suffered amid the lockdown. Asking a pertinent query, Palash, within the petition wrote, “How many of you were able to survive the lockdown because of music?”

He penned an elaborate word shedding gentle on the plight of freelance unbiased musicians, sound engineers, lyricists and singers. He stated that there isn’t any consultant physique that may put forth their ‘distress and calls for’. He additional defined that many concert events had been cancelled within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

He additionally detailed that whereas different departments are being helped within the time of want, the music trade does not discover point out in any aid packages and help schemes. “This is because there is no recognized Music Industry. We are simply seen as a part of the film industry. The independent and folk musicians don’t know where to go and whom to turn to,” learn part of his petition. 


He urged individuals to signal the petition and aks the federal government to take two vital steps; announce instant aid packages for the music trade members and create a recognised physique that can assist care for problems with the members of the Indian music trade. 


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