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‘It’s like a dream come true’

DNMUM440927 | 8/10/2019 | Author : Smita Poojary | WC :842

Says Amaal Mallik who recently performed with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at the IFFM Awards night

After delivering three superhit albums this year— De De Pyaar De, Badla and Kabir Singh, Amaal Mallik has added another feather to his cap as he become the second Indian composer to perform with the world-famous Melbourne Symphony Orchestra after AR Rahman. Says Amaal, “It feels really good. This is a prestigious moment for me and my family. It’s like a dream come true to perform with such great musicians, so it feels incredible.” About being the second Indian composer to perform with the band he states, “When I heard about this, it was unbelievable. It feels amazing as I started my journey about five years ago and now, I’m in Melbourne with my music representing India. My parents, especially my dad is really proud because in his family no
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