'Hausla' calls to fight against cancer

5 Feb 2019

Axiommax Oncology Pvt. Ltd. and Cadence Media has brought out a Music Album named Hausla, which is being released in the public interest. The song is available in five languages—Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil and Kannada. Shaan rendered the voice in Hindi, Bengali and Marathi and Vijay Prakash in Tamil and Kannada. The Choir was arranged by Anjali Khandelwal, Marian Samantha, and Vijay Prakash (Tamil and Kannada).The original Hindi Lyrics was written by Ravi Basnet.
Hausla was conceived by Hitesh Mishra who also composed the music as well as directed the music video. He was assisted by Vikas Pant, Aman Kotak, and Sitanshu Khamari. The programming, recording, and mixing was done by Varun Sumbly.
The cast of the album are Sahil Chhabra, Shezray H Mirza, Prithavi Raj Nayak, Nitu Sing, Namrata Das, Aman Kotak, andHari Shankar Meher. Media PR is Alok Gupta (Imaginem Media).
Hitesh Mishra said he has composed various commercial jingles and has worked as an Associate producer in the feature film OASS which bagged nine international awards in 2013.Today he has his own entertainment media company known as Cadence Media and he is quite passionate about music composition for a cause that would bring a smile on everyone’s face.
He said that this music is for cancer patients who are suffering from the deadly disease. Through ‘Hausla’ he tries to motivate them and boost their willpower while conveying the message that life is beautiful, cancer is preventable and we must never give up. When words fail music speaks.
Anil Kumar, CEO, Axiommax Oncology said, “We believe that access to life-saving cancer diagnosis, treatment and care should be equal for all – no matter where you live, what your income, your ethnicity or gender. We also believe that individual, together can create change. Our CSR activity, under Axiommax Foundation, We are sure, that this gesture of goodwill will certainly go a long way to boost the morale of those, who are suffering and give us all, the satisfaction of sharing the emotions, the pain, the agony, the sufferings and the feelings of the cancer patients and their families. (EOIC)