#0x2525 Safarnama with Sameer Anjaan – Radio Nasha

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Safarnama with Sameer Anjaan

Safarnama with Sameer Anjaan

Sameer Anjaan, the Guinness world record holder for writing the maximum number of songs, has proved his mettle by writing songs for films like ‘Dil’ and ‘Aashiqui’ in 1990. He embarked his rein by writing super-hit songs such as ‘Saanson ki zarurat’ (Aashiqui), ‘Ladki badi anjaani hai’ (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai), ‘Ole Ole’ (Yeh Dillagi), ‘Main Yahan Tu Wahan’ (Baghban), ‘Crazy Kiya Re’ (Dhoom 2),’Char Baj Gaye’ (FALTU) amongst many many others .

The record breaking lyricist is also an RJ with Radio Nasha and is now hosting season2 of the weekend show, Safarnama with Sameer Anjaan.

The 3500 songs in 600 films have a myriad of untold stories. In season 2 of his show, Sameer Anjaan is accompanied by many famed singers and music directors of his era such as Anu Malik, Alka Yagnik, and Abhijeet amongst others. In his show he will not only narrate the many untold stories behind the songs sung by these artists, he will also reveal secrets of these artists as well.

The nostalgia associated with each of the songs and artists is what makes the show a treat for the ears!

Here’s all that you always wanted to know about your favourite RJ Sameer Anjaan

Favourite Food

Indian food

 

Favourite Movie

Hum hai Rahi Pyar ke

 

Favourite Book

Munawar Rana

 

Dislikes

Poverty & Enmity

 

Hobbies

Reading & Morning Walk

 

What inspired him to be an RJ?

Connecting with people is my biggest inspiration behind becoming an RJ

 

Favourite holiday destination

Kashmir

 

Bollywood dialogue that inspires him

Dialogue from Kabhie Kabhie “Aapne kabhi apni aankhen dekhi hai?..jahan dekhti hai ek rishta kayam kar leti hai

 

This show is must hear if you just cannot get enough of your favourite ‘Cool Retro’ singers and music! Don’t forget to tune in to Safarnama with Sameer Anjaan Season 2, Saturday and Sunday, 4 PM onwards, only on 107.2 FM Radio Nasha in Delhi and 91.9 FM in Mumbai!

Saturday

3:00 pm 4:00 pm

Sunday

3:00 pm 4:00 pm