Balochistan Fisherman delivers soul soothing music on Banjo with his magical fingers
Firstly thanks to the social media for bringing up some incredible rustic talents across the globe. In every month, we amazed by some wonderful talents of a common man.
Recently, Rakesh Unni a daily laborer from Kerala who stuns net world has got an opportunity to none other Kamal Haasan followed village singer Baby met Megastar Chiranjeevi. All these amazing talents were discovered on social media. Few weeks, a blind kid from North has beautifully played Baahubali title song on the rustic tin.
Now, we fortunate enough to hear the musical magic delivered by a Fisherman from Balochistan. His age probably 90 years. This man name is Noor Baksh. In this technological era, almost ancient conventional music instruments have come to extinction.
But Noor Baksh saab poured elixir in the rusted ears of ours with some noisy beats. Yes, he cast a spell on us with his magical fingers. How wonderfully Noor Baksh has played this ancient 'Banjo'. In these days, it is hard to find a person who plays 'Banjo'. That too, it is too much to expect a person to play this much soulfully.
Noor Baksh saab created magic by playing Banjo. I'm out of words to hail the greatness of this Balochistan fisherman. I'm not even qualified to talk this Banjo Legend.
I totally agree with the music director Achu, who has done music for several Telugu and Tamil films. He is known with Manchu Manoj' Nenu Meeku Telusa. After listening to his music, you'll definitely agree with me. I'm pretty sure about it.