Mumbai: Music Jockey Yamini of 94.3 Radio One, the station with ‘Maximum Music Maximum Choice’, recently interviewed the national award winning singer composer duo Ajay-Atul live. Ajay Atul will be performing in support of the city-wide ‘Save Water, Save Mumbai’ campaign. 94.3 Radio One will also cover the concert live from the venue and will give an exclusive insight of the event to its listeners.
As a part of 94.3 Radio One’s association, both Ajay Gogavale & Atul Gogavale were interviewed by none other than MJ Yamini. During the interaction, musical duo not only shared a lot of private moments with the listeners but also raised their concern about the amount of water that is being wasted everyday by us.
Bavesh Janavlekar, Station Head Mumbai, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to partner with the musical genius of Ajay and Atul Gogavale to support water conservation, which has become a pressing concern in our great city. As part of our commitment to bringing listeners new and diverse musical experiences, we are the only radio station going behind-the-scenes at this unique event.”
“We are all set for the concert and really appreciate 94.3 Radio One’s support in the initiative. Today we all have to work towards conserving water before it is too late. I am sure our association with 94.3 Radio One will continue for many more such noble cause in future as well.” Added Ajay Gogavale.
94.3 Radio One is also currently giving listeners the chance to win passes to see Ajay and Atul in concert on May 15. All they have to do is tune in to 94.3 Radio One and answer some simple questions to win passes.
Ajay- Atul will be joined on stage by eminent singers from Hindi & Marathi music industry, Shankar Mahadevan, Sonali Kulkarni, Hariharan, Kunal Ganjawala, Vaishali Samant, Swapnil Bandodkar, Yogita Godbole and Amruta Natu, who will also be speaking to 94.3 Radio One during the event.
The concert promises to be a star-studded spectacle with leading personalities in politics, entertainment and commerce expected to be among a 25,000 strong crowd.
Nitesh Rane who heads the NGO, Swabhimaan Sanghatana, and is also organising this concert believes, that this concert will highlight the cause of water conservation and create an increased awareness among Mumbaikars to save water, which is becoming an issue of concern.
Proceeds from the night will go to the NGO, Enviro-vigil, which has been recognised for its work in driving water conservation and awareness .