So it's time for another creation from the trio in Kolkata. This time we have good lyrics, thanks to Karma's romantic profoundness, the inspiration of which I'm unawares of. In fact Karma showed his notes from childhood and he had been composing verses on nature and love since 3rd standard !! Surely there will be more from Karma in years to come.
Sam once again comes up with a rustic and melodic tune for the wonderful lyrics, he did the initial recordings for the song. Then we felt the song was not full on instruments so I am making a debut as bass guitarist (that's a proud moment for me !! ). Then Sam passed on the mike to Karma and we have another debutante. We'll have to find a better way of sound recording as the current means induces a lot of noise. So, one night the recording was done. One take it was, as Sam has been out of town since then.
Couple of days back, the Nor'wester brought a spell of showers in our city and that lifted our moods for 'kuch milkey karengey yaar' (ref. Summer of 07). Sam is out of town and so myself and Karma started on the video last Tuesday. Don't we go to office, well it was a Bharat Bandh effective only here !!
Karma was initially reluctant to act in the video but later put up a very confidant performance. We were all over the place at our residence, shooting throughout the day and also night. Karma had to look the same and so had to do away with a bath and wore the same stinky T-shirt throughout the shoot. In between the shoots and editing, karma kept himself busy with scissors and came up with a fantastic idea for credits. Our roomie Wrangs was also very co-operative. We played the song non-stop throughout the day but he did not complain. In fact he gave us a good lunch and valuable feedbacks. It would not be a surprise if Wrangs becomes our future manager !!
Hello folks, I reached a new height in my non-illustrious quizzing career :) . The Tata Crucible, Kolkata round was organised last saturday and me & Rajneesh Kumar(tronix) made it to the stage round.. The link: http://www.tatacrucible.com/corporate/report2009/Kolkata.html Njoy..
UPDATE (August 22, 2007) : Just found out that our worst thoughts have come true. Abhishek Singh, referred to the article below, is indeed the one we'd known as " Scientist " in our college. Just came across this article on Tribune India. There is also a photo published alongside. Foreign student killed in accident Christa Gould / For The Post / firstname.lastname@example.org Abhishek Singh, an Ohio University student from India working on his doctorate in physics and astronomy, was killed Saturday night after he apparently was hit in a two-vehicle accident and thrown into the Hocking River. He was 22. Singh was born in Faizabad in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India on July 7, 1984. His parents are Amarendra and Indu Singh. He had been studying at Ohio University since fall of 2006. Before coming to Ohio University, Singh studied at the National Institute of Technology in Jamsehdpur in the state of Jharkhand in India. He earned a degree in electrical engineering. “He w