Pictures and videos of how animals are coming out ‘freely’ as human beings have gone inside due to the lockdown are doing the rounds. Be it dolphins or flamingos, the visuals have been delighting animal lovers in recent days. Not sure if it was a similar instance, but Raghav Sachar bumped into a snake recently.
The singer-music composer of films like Akshay Kumar’s Rustom, shared that he was about to step on a snake when he set out on Sunday morning, because it looked like a ‘random stick or a part of a tree.’ He added that it was his third such instance in a week. The musician also asked if one could ‘spot the snake’ as the yellow-coloured creature almost camouflaged with the grass.
Meanwhile, Raghav has been keeping his fans entertained with his musical sessions, that involves playing some unique instruments like okarina and the Japanese wind instrument as he tracks each day of the lockdown in his posts.
#day41lockdown. One of the most difficult wind instrument to master is the #okarina You have to control the throw of your breath on every note to get the correct pitch. Guess the #antara for this #mukhada #raghavsachar #lockdownindia #musicwithraghavsachar #rishikapoorspecial
Apart from Rustom, Raghav has composed music for Kabir Khan’s Kabul Express, Rohit Shetty’s Sunday and Kajol’s Helicopter Eela. He is married to producer Kumar Mangat’s daughter Amita Patha, who had acted in Pulkit Samrat’ Bittoo Boss and Haal-E-Dil.
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