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Oren Mozhui releases latest single ‘Naga Heroes’

Dimapur, Feb 9
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Published on 9 Feb. 2017 10:46 PM IST
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Dedicated to the two slain Youths at Dimapur and all the people who  are fighting against some corrupted leaders, this tribute song is composed and written by Oren and its under acoustic pop category. Recorded, Music arranged, mixed and mastered with the help of Sound Engineer Aseu chadi.
The song would be circulated through Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and some music websites, the video for this song would soon be available on YouTube. Oren Mozhui hold the record of most number of English social cause songs released by a Naga Artist. Other social cause songs of Oren which he released in the past years include, “We will meet again” a Song based on Wokha bomb blast and this song was selected as the people’s choice for the best social cause song.
“Love is sharing” A song Dedicated to the orphans, poor and disabled people living in Nagaland, this song have been supported by Dr. Neikiesalie kire  Minister for Environment, forest and climate change.
“Let Me Live” A song about child abortion, This song had been approved by pastor Robert kikon and Dr. Mhonjan Mozhui (Metro Hospital Dimapur). “Christmas is heartache for the poor” This song is all about the poor people who suffer even at Christmas time.

 
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Voice of Wokha 2017 Lobeno Tungoe (4th from right) with the co-contestants and organizers of the show.
Voice of Wokha 2017 Lobeno Tungoe (4th from right) with the co-contestants and organizers of the show.
One of the stalls at the NCM’s Music Fair. (NP)
One of the stalls at the NCM’s Music Fair. (NP)
Nise Meruno and Alobo Naga during their performance at Kuda Cafe, Saturday.
Nise Meruno and Alobo Naga during their performance at Kuda Cafe, Saturday.
Naga students of Lovely Professional University, Punjab.
Naga students of Lovely Professional University, Punjab.
Veteran film, stage and television actress Reema Lagoo died following a cardiac arrest early on Thursday morning.
The 59-year-old artiste breathed her last at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri west, where she was rushed shortly after midnight. Divorced from her former husband, she is survived by her daughter, Mrunmayee Lagoo.
Starting her career as a schoolgirl in Pune, Reema soon graduated to larger roles on Marathi stage and films.
Later, Reema became famous for portraying the “middle-aged, modern, but understanding mother” on both, the silver and the small screens, to some of the biggest stars in the industry.
Reema was noted for her roles in several blockbusters like “Hum Aapke Hain Kaun”, “Aashiqui”, “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, “Hum Saath Saath Hain”, “Maine Pyar Kiya”, “Kal Ho Na Ho”, “Vastaav”, “Saajan”, “Rangeela” and “Kya Kehna”, etc.
On television, she was seen in prominent roles in “Khandaan”, “Shrimaan Shrimati”, “Tu Tu, Main Main,” “Do Aur Do Paanch”, and o
Veteran film, stage and television actress Reema Lagoo died following a cardiac arrest early on Thursday morning. The 59-year-old artiste breathed her last at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri west, where she was rushed shortly after midnight. Divorced from her former husband, she is survived by her daughter, Mrunmayee Lagoo. Starting her career as a schoolgirl in Pune, Reema soon graduated to larger roles on Marathi stage and films. Later, Reema became famous for portraying the “middle-aged, modern, but understanding mother” on both, the silver and the small screens, to some of the biggest stars in the industry. Reema was noted for her roles in several blockbusters like “Hum Aapke Hain Kaun”, “Aashiqui”, “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, “Hum Saath Saath Hain”, “Maine Pyar Kiya”, “Kal Ho Na Ho”, “Vastaav”, “Saajan”, “Rangeela” and “Kya Kehna”, etc. On television, she was seen in prominent roles in “Khandaan”, “Shrimaan Shrimati”, “Tu Tu, Main Main,” “Do Aur Do Paanch”, and o
 
 
 
 
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