"Sad to note interest is not growing among today's children for Indian classical music. Most of the time they are into Hindi-Bengali film songs and English tracks," Raghab said.

"If you do it in a different way, if Indian classical music is communicated the way the present generation can relate to, they will be more hooked," the 'Khuda Jaane' singer said.

Raghab, who has already three fusion albums under belt, said he would continue to do more such innovations. "I will do another."

The FM channels should also do their bit with playing more and more classical tracks, he said after wooing the young audience at Parle Saraswati Vandana grand finale here.

This is our effort to promote art in this part of our country by roping in popular singers and stars and festivals which are integral to Bengal's psyche, a Parle spokesman said.


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