Friday, March 23, 2007
Kailash Kher, the Indian maestro of popular Sufi music celebrates the one year success of his album "KAILASA" which means heaven in Sanskrit. The songs "Teri Deewani" and "Tauba Tuauba" topped the charts in India, breaking all musical records.
Sufi music is about life, affinity, love, reality and the ultimate search for God and with his spiritually powerful and mystical voice he has captured the hearts of millions allover the world.
Kailash on the success of his album says: "It takes years of singing chorus after chorus and even then the best of singer could go unnoticed, God has blessed me with just a few years of great work in the industry and remarkable support from my peers to which I am very grateful".
Kailash hit the limelight with the smash hit Allah Ke Bande, part of the soundtrack for the movie Waisa Bhi Hota Hai II.
His is a virtual rag to riches story rising from being a homeless resident of Andheri Station, Mumbai, during his initial struggle to being on of the most popular singers in Bollywood Folkfore.