News Stardom : Mumbai, 1St. January, 2020. Music has connected hearts for ages. In this lockdown, people have recovered from the worst with the help of music. A great way to revive our hectic life is by listening to good music. The industry has seen many musicians grow over the few decades and social media played a vital role in making sure that every performer gets their share of fame. When it comes to good music and, an unabating vibe, “Jaan Nisaar Lone,” has given new goals to the musical Industry through his unconventional music choices.
Jaan Nisaar Lone from the mesmerizing land of Jammu and Kashmir has blown people with his brilliant work in movies like Pranaam, Half Window, J.D, 18.11 and Shudra – the rising. He is just not a vocalist but an artist who also knows the right combinations played along through his brilliant skill of moving his finger rightly on the guitar and piano notes, making people fall for him every time. His belief in Sufi music as his root makes him a musician of his choice, making it evident through his soothing and breathtaking tracks right from the valley of mountains.
Jaan completed his post-graduation in western classical from the Trinity College of London and also belongs to the Patiala Gharana of Music. His music record label “AR Music Studios” has delivered classical hits for more than 3000 songs of different genres of music ranging Kashmiri, Afghani, Iranian, and many more.
His recent release on the 7th of October 2020 – “Rubaru”, from the movie “Ginny Weds Sunny,” featuring Yami Gautam and Vikrant Massey, recorded at the AR Music Studios, composed by Jaan, is smashing the box office and the music world with a grand 1.8 Million views till now. The background music of “Rubaru” is a true depiction of Jaan being an artist of great taste.
In one of the recent interviews, he has promised to deliver more by setting up a music academy in Srinagar, to help people showcase their talent and learn more about their music culture from the roots. Jaan Nisaar Lone has not only proved to be a ceaseless musician but also a man of colossal intent.