Vaishali Made’s two albums SUKOON and KRASHNA VEDHILE launched

Talented singer Vaishali Made’s two albums SUKOON and KRASHNA VEDHILE by Universal Music Group were launched in Mumbai. The album was launched by veteran music director Ashok Patki and famous Santoor player Pandit Ulhas Bapat. On the occasion Mandar Gupte of Universal Music Group, Rajan Prabhu, Uday Diwane, music director Bhagwant Narvekar, Vaishali Made and many guests were present.

KRASHNA VEDHILE album has nine tracks ‘Abhang’ of Sant Tukaram, Sant Dhyaneshwar, Sant Namdeo, Meerabai, Sant Ramdas Swami and Sant Eknath, rendered by Vaishali. The music is given by Bhagwant Narvekar.

Vaishali said, “All the credit for the album goes to Bhagwantji. He has given melodious music to all the tracks. Initially I was nervous for this devotional album because I have never sung devotional songs. But because of him it became possible.”

Music director Bhagwant said, “The journey of album was melodious. Vaishali has sung songs for me before. She first understands the soul of song or abhang and then sings which reflects in the album. She is very talented and versatile singer.”

SUKOON is produced by Zee TV and presented by Universal Music. Aadesh Shrivastav has given music to six romantic tracks. Aadesh has also sung two songs with Vaishali. The lyrics are penned by Panchhi Jalonvi and Shyamraj.