Amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, Indo-Western music fusion band Swaraag has come out with a song titled Ja ja re Corona Virus, which has a Rajasthani folk touch to it. The song video has been shot at home all because of the lockdown. In the video, the lead singer is Asif Khan, Seif Ali Khan is on the tabla, Idris Khan shows expertise with guitar and little Zishan supports it with vocals. Also Read - Nepal Airport Under Renovation Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

The song released on March 30, has garnered 1,460 views as of now. Also Read - Bangladesh Govt Decides Not to Extend COVID-19 Shutdown



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To this, Pratap Singh Nirwan, the founder and team coach, added: “We had back to back shows, sleepless nights, long working hours between shooting, recording, performing live. In this hustle, suddenly an unnatural circumstance occurs which is COVID 19. And everything comes to a halt. Everything changed over the past few weeks, with artists and promoters having to cancel more than 50,000 (globally) shows due to the pandemic. And there is no telling when it will be deemed safe again to gather in large numbers. As governments ask people across the world to stay home, we all understand it is very necessary to cope up with the current situation.”



Nirwan continued: “To be honest, initially, we were unable to cope up with this, but on the other side, we also find it as a vital part of our life now. And the reason being that we were able to spend some quality time with family, practice music from our father, he’s our Guru as well. A growing number of artists have responded to their newfound confinement by streaming live on the Internet. So yes, we engage with our audience, by performing live. Practice music and do recreational tasks and hobbies.”