Noida, 7th October 2014 ;Popularly known as a singing policeman in Leicester, UK, Kulbinder Rai is in Noida for the release of his music album at Marwah Studios
Noida, 7th October 2014 ;Popularly known as a singing policeman in Leicester, UK, Kulbinder Rai is in Noida for the release of his music album at Marwah Studios. He has always believed that music is the universal language of peace.
Kulbinder Rai has been working for the Police since 1994 and just after two years of his service, he was bestowed with an Outstanding Achievement Award by the Home Office. Witnessing violence and injustice on an everyday basis through his job, his earlier album in Punjabi song 'Rohb' sends out a message to people to 'Be Good and Do Good'.
"Music makes you spiritually high and makes an individual more compassionate. Music helps to strike a fine balance between mind and heart and promotes good health" said Kulbinder Rai answering questions by media students of Asian School of Media Studies at Noida Film City.
"People who have no love for music are not normal. Music can be in any form. Music makes you feel close to God" added Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios while releasing "KABHIE NAZAR" the music CD of engineer Kulbinder Rai.
Romail Gulzar of Pukar News from Leicester suggests the event in India. Later Kulbinder sang different numbers from his album. Sandeep Marwah presented life membership of International Film and Television Club to Rai.
Present at the occasion was renowned Nigerian dress designer, John Jesus. He appreciated the gesture of releasing the music in India.