Belgian DJ and record producer Felix De Laet, better known as Lost Frequencies, has released a remix of the popular song “Kesariya” from the movie “Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva.” He was honest about it and about how people reacted to him when he performed in India.
He played at the annual Sunburn Festival in Goa, and music fans liked what they heard, so he just put out the music video and the full remix.
Lost Frequencies, whose hits include “Are You With Me,” “Where Are You Now,” and others, said, “I’ve loved nothing more than playing for my Indian friends.” I thought it would be fun to surprise everyone by playing a remix of “Kesariya” while I was in India.
Lost Frequencies said, “I wasn’t sure how people would react to this remix, but the audience’s response has surprised me.” The public’s overwhelmingly positive response to the song has forced us to put out the full version. “I want more people to like this song.”
“The remix is already becoming popular on social media, and I hope that the audience will love the full version and make it a huge worldwide hit,” said Pritam Chakraborty, who wrote the music for the movie.
The remix to “Kesariya” is now on the official YouTube channel for Sony Music.
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