Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Dec 12: The demand for the highest national civilian honour, Bharat Ratna to be awarded to industrialist, philanthropist and social activist Ratan Tata is intensifying across the country. Already awarded the Padma Vibhushan honour in 2008, Ratan Tata’s dedication to allround uplift of industry, society and development in various other sectors have attracted international kudos. Citizens across the country have been demanding ‘Bharat Ratna’ award for Ratan Tata and the demand has been intensifying.
Adding a punch to the demand for the highest civilian honour to Ratan Tata, the music artistes and technicians of Jamshedpur are ready to launch a video music album, ‘Bharat Ratna -2’ on the icon’s birthday on December 28.
The music album producers expressed confidence that ‘Bharat Ratna – 2’ would create waves throughout the country because of the lyrics with patriotic touches. “We too, like the crores of other Indians, consider Ratan Tata as our idol,” said producer and Chairman of Nehish Software Solutions Avneesh Srivastava and vocalist Ajit Aman. Ajit stated that the entire team had been putting in dedicated work in salutation to Ratan Tata the symbol of simplicity and motivator for the current and future generations. “We are sure that the album will create a mass appeal and add to the demand for Bharat Ratna award to Ratan Tata.” The songs have been composed by Amit Tiwary and directed by Manoj Pandey. Uday Sahu and Surya Singh Hembram have provided technical support to the endeavor.