Education

Shuja Gowhar’s Reprise Love Mashup released at CT Group of Institutions

Punjab Tribune Bureau | December 23, 2016 03:45 PM

Jalandhar:Shuja Gowhar, student of B.Sc at CT Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology (CTIHM&CT)  has been in the good books of its family, friends, teachers and near ones but now the young lad is winning applauds for his singing talent  across world. He has come up with his debut track under the banner of Speed Records. It is a Love Mashup Reprise Version which was uploaded on Youtube two days ago and has been viewed by around 30,000 viewers. The song was officially released by Mr. Manbir Singh (Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions) on Friday in the presence of the Super Singer Shuja, with its poster release at the CT Maqsudan Campus.

A resident of Anantnag in Jammu & Kashmir, Shuja Gowhar has come up with his first single which is a mash up done beautifully. It is very exciting to witness the passion and approach of Shuja while performing he was unaware about but yes the passion they have for their music is commendable. He said, “The experience was amazing, it was my first debut music video and song but I have learnt so much. Now the response is thrilling me all over again as it is beyond my expectation.”

He further said, “CT Music Society has been helping the students a lot in learning music. Likewise, African Students, it was difficult for me to speak Punjabi in the most fluent manner but practicing & preparing in CT Music Society has improved my diction very well.”

Carrying forward the tradition of giving best of opportunities to our students so that the entire globe recognizes their talent, Mr. Manbir Singh (Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions), “It was the passion of Shuja that made us and Speed Records to fulfill his dreams. He had the caliber and technique of singing and playing musical instruments. We just pushed him, boosted his confidence and encouraged him to perform. Now, with his performance he is winning laurels for himself, his family and for our institutions as well.” 

 

 

 

 

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