To Michael Jackson From Bollywood

Bollywood Stars are stunned with the sad news of Michael jackson’s Death. We catch some of the Bollywood Stars-Shilpa Shetty, Asim, Anushka Sharma, Mithun Chakraborty, Amrita Arora, Malaika Arora and more to share their comments about the King of Pop.

To Michael Jackson From Bollywood Stars

Bollywood Stars are stunned with the sad news of Michael jackson’s Death. We catch some of the Bollywood Stars-Shilpa Shetty, Asim, Anushka Sharma, Mithun Chakraborty, Amrita Arora, Malaika Arora and more to share their comments about the King of Pop.Bollywood to Michael Jackson

Bollywood to Michael Jackson

Shilpa Shetty: “I still can’t believe Michael Jackson is gone.  When my Dad told me I thought he was joking.I has always been a huge fan of Michael. I’m shattered. I had booked tickets to watch his show at 02 in London.  They got cancelled and re-scheduled. To call him an icon would be an understatement. I still can’t believe it!

Asin: “Michael Jackson is a legend. I absolutely love his music and dance.His music defined a generation, just like   Elvis Presley and the Beatles before him. ‘Heal the World’ is my favourite Michael Jackson track. It left an indelible imprint on my mind. This is is a big loss to all us MJ fans. I already miss him Urmila Matondkar: “There have been many many famous entertainers and there will be others. But none like Michael Jackson. He’s truly an inspiration to entertainers in every part of the world. His singing and dancing were beyond any language, culture caste or religion. No wonder he had fans in the biggest metros and remotest villages.

Anushka Sharma: “Oh my God! I’m utterly shocked. Michael Jackson’s ‘Black or White’ was one of the few western pop tunes I was introduced to in my early teens. We’ve lost a musical genius and a splendid performer. His music will live forever. He was undoubtedly a genius.

Mithun Chakraborty: “He can never go. He will always be with us. He was the greatest ever. The God of dancing.Immortal Subhash Ghai: “Michael Jackson was   a symbol of fire, passion and energy. He changed the way civilization looked at popular entertainment. The youth all over including India followed him.

Minissha Lamba: “It’s devastating to know Michael Jackson is no more. He revolutionized pop music. It was sad to see someone who gave joy to millions around the world with his songs, go through so much in the last decade of his life. Destiny makes you the King, and then decides to snatch away your happiness.

Anu Malik: “Michael Jackson the king of pop, the king of music, the king of kings was insulted and humiliated in his lifetime. They called him wacko jacko. They didn’t know, such a legend would never return to our world. The same people want to sing his praises now. MJ was a gentle soul, a remarkable musician, a true rock star.I want to remember him by his music.I is heartbroken by his death. And I’m amused how everyone is tripping over to praise this great soul.May be the soul of this great achiever rest in ever-lasting peace.

Pritam Chakraborty: “It was so hard to believe! The first news flash this morning had a question mark. Is MJ dead? I hope he wasn’t.But he was. It’s one of the saddest days in world music.May his soul rest in peace. MJ is immortal. His legacy will linger luminously for lifetimes.
Tusshar Kapoor:  “It’s very depressing to hear about Michael Jackson’s death. I spent my childhood listening to his songs and watching his videos. He was my ultimate pop icon. His death makes me realize the hard uncertainties of life.

Dino Morea: “It’s awful.  I’ve been glued to CNN since morning. I’ve watched just about every video of his, heard and danced to every song. Heck, I even have scratches of his unreleased tracks! He was truly the legend, just about the greatest performer to date.I used to try to dance like him at every school and college party. I don’t think anyone can match Michael’s steps or stage presence.I doesn’t think there was any part of   the globe that Michael didn’t reach with his music. I was to go for his concert in the UK next month.

Sammir Dattani: “Shit , Michael Jackson  gone! I was supposed to go for his  concert which coincided with my sister’s graduation in London .Damn, now I’ll never see  get to see the original moonwalker. I’ll just made do with Darsheel in Tare Zameen Par.
Aadesh Shrivastav:  “His demise has left a  void in the music industry that can  never be filled. His music and dancing took stardom to another level. He was an incomparable  performer.

Amrita Arora: “I’m hugely shocked and saddened. We’ve lost the world’s biggest and most beloved entertainer. Michael is dead.  But his music will live forever.

Amrita Rao: “I’m a  huge Michael Jackson  fan. This news is devastating. He had the  best body language ever.  In ‘Thriller’ just his expressions and self confidence make him    look like  the most handsome man on earth.  The world will miss him. And for many  of us, it’s like losing a  childhood  friend.”

Malaika Arora: “I’m in total shock. For  me MJ is  the greatest, a true legend. The King will  live on through his music.Himesh Reshammiya:  “He was a legend and an inspiration for  everyone in music.I think  his popularity was unmatched. I truly pray for his soul  to rest in  peace.”
By Subhash K Jha/Sampurn

Michael Jackson was unquestionably the biggest pop star of the ’80s, and certainly one of the most popular recording artists of all time. In his prime, Jackson was an unstoppable juggernaut, possessed of all the tools to dominate the charts seemingly at will: an instantly identifiable voice, eye-popping dance moves, stunning musical versatility, and loads of sheer star power. His 1982 blockbuster Thriller became the biggest-selling album of all time (probably his best-known accomplishment), and he was the first black artist to find stardom on MTV, breaking down innumerable boundaries both for his race and for music video as an art form. Yet as Jackson’s career began, very gradually, to descend from the dizzying heights of his peak years, most of the media’s attention focused on his increasingly bizarre eccentricities; he was often depicted as an arrested man-child, completely sheltered from adult reality by a life spent in show business. The snickering turned to scandal in 1993, when Jackson was accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy; although he categorically denied the charges, his out-of-court settlement failed to restore his tarnished image. He never quite escaped the stigma of those allegations, and while he continued to sell records at superstar-like levels, he didn’t release them with enough frequency (or, many critics thought, inspiration) to once again become better known for his music than his private life. Whether as a pop icon or a tabloid caricature, Jackson always remained bigger than life.

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