Aagaaz Entertainment announced the launch of their recording studio Aagaaz Studio in the presence of much fanfare in Mumbai. Many young and renowned Bollywood personalities came to congratulate the owners and lend their support to fellow music composers and singers. Aagaaz Studios is a brainchild of Neeraj Tiwari, Dilip Soni in collaboration with talented music composers Joy-Anjan.
The event was attended by singers Palak Muchhal (Bajrangi Bhaijaan, MS Dhoni), Altamash (Andhadhun, Housefull 4), Asit Tripathi (Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana), Amit Gupta (Dream Girl), Deepali Sathe (Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya) and legendary singer Kumar Sanu’s son Jaan Kumar Sanu.
Neeraj Tiwari of Aagaaz Studio said, “The main aim of Aagaaz Studio is to give opportunities to new talents, working with established singers and creating music for big brands in music.” He added, “We have already created music for big brands in Indian music – T-Series and Venus and we wish to continue doing so.”
Asit Tripathi will be doing two songs with Aagaaz. Tiwari confirmed that Jaan Kumar Sanu and Deepali Sathe will be doing the next song coming from Aagaaz. Also present at the event was actor Ajaz Khan who will be doing a music video with Aagaaz.
Dilip Soni, who is well-known in the film industry for film distribution, said, “I have partnered with Neeraj Tiwari in Aagaaz Studio. Together we plan to produce music videos as well as movies.”
Aagaaz Studio’s upcoming song is a recreation of Sayonee done by Joy-Anjan. The song is sung by voice of the youth Arijit Singh and Nooran Sisters. Joy-Anjan have recreated many songs including Vaada Raha Sanam and Aye Mere Humsafar for Venus Music. Many Bollywood singers like Palak Muchhal, Kumar Sanu, Zubin Garg, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Shaan, Raj Barman, Anwesha, and Asit Tripathy have already worked with Joy-Anjan.
Aagaaz Entertainment released Radhe Radhe (Dream Girl) fame singer Amit Gupta’s song Jahan Bhi Main Jata Hoon last year. To conclude, Tiwari said, “Aagaaz Studio aims to work with young and experienced singers and musicians and has set itself a target of creating 100 music videos in a year.”