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Arun Mandola: Music Is Best Therapy That Makes You Happy

In a recent conversational interview off late, ace TV actor Arun Mandola on World Music Day says music is best therapy that makes you happy and much more.

In a recent interview, the suave and ace TV actor who won hearts of fans and audiences with his performance in Vighnaharta Ganesha, celebrating world music day Arun Mandola says music is best therapy that makes you happy.

In his latest conversational chat off late speaking about World Music Day and importance of music in his life, Arun Mandola says music is best therapy that makes you happy.

Speaking in details about his favorite music choices and more in this interview, Arun Mandola says music is best therapy that makes you happy.

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World Music Day is all about celebrating melody makers all across the globe. Music is one art form that touches every soul, says Arun Mandola. The Vighnaharta Ganesha actor shares that music is an integral part of his existence and opening up on it, he said, “For me, music is the best therapy. It relaxes your mind, calms your senses. Music also makes me happy. I love both romantic and sad songs”.

 Arun’s favourite singers are Lata Mangeshkar, Arijit Singh and Amit Trivedi. And, one of his all-time favourite song is Khairiyat, from the film Chhichhore and further, he also adds, “Listening to peppy Punjabi songs makes me happy. I also listen to raps. Some of these rappers give out such strong messages with their hard-hitting lyrics. They inspire me so much that at times I end up rapping myself, behind closed doors of course (laughs). Rap music is energetic”.

He also shares, “There was a time when music was only available on audio cassettes and CDs, now times have changed with the advancement of technology, everything in our mobile phones. Those were the times. It was difficult to find the CD, cassette or record one wanted but the excitement of getting the one you want was very exciting. Technology has definitely made our life easy. We are just a click away from listening to any song we want to. This is obviously a boon”.

The actor shares that during the lockdown, listening to music made him feel better and on same he said, “Music is my best companion when I feel low or alone. Good music spreads joy and positivity”.

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