Mumbai: This weekend Music composers Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy performed for a good cause. This time the dynamic trio had a fund raising concert for the NGO Alert India which fights against leprosy in Mumbai.
"As musicians we don't feel like we are doing a great deed by just performing. But at least music is a wonderful medium so we try to associate ourselves where music can heal, where music can make a difference," said Mahadevan.
"As musicians the process of making music and using that after its successful to help put back something into society and help change people's lives is an important part of being a musician," said Loy.
After rocking the charts for months Shankar Ehsaan Loy are still basking in the success of their much-appreciated music from the film Rock On. So much so that they are not really worried about the bagging the awards this season
"We haven't won any awards this year, but it was never about the awards. Its' an amazing feeling when people come up to you and say what great music you have made," said Mahadevan
"The biggest award is when we perform our songs from Rock On. We've got 45,000 people singing along, and that's enough, we don't need any awards after that," said Ehsaan.
With a series of films like Luck by Chance, Wake up Sid, London Dreams and Don 2 in the pipeline we hope that they continue to make the audiences dance to their tunes.
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