Let’s talk About love | Sophie Turner & Joe Jonas

Let's Talk about love - Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas

She is a Stark sister and he is a Jonas Brother. Regardless, there’s no denying Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are one of Hollywood’s hottest couples. Since they first met, a lot has changed for the couple in the past few years.

From a fairytale wedding and having a Jonas Brothers’ reunion to the grand Game of Thrones finale, we take a look back at Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’ relationship through the years as the actress and her singer husband look to the future.

Also watch: Let’s Talk About Love – Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas

In Conversation with Raghu Dixit: “A Hymn of Hope, Love & Empathy”

As the COVID-19 pandemic chugs along, music proves to be an unstoppable force, capable of healing. Here to prove that better than anyone is folk/fusion extraordinaire, Raghu Dixit, with his ability to skillfully craft a heart-rendering track. Talking about his new project in partnership with Phase 1 Events and Experience, the singer dives deep into the process behind the new release – “A Hymn of Empathy, Love & Hope” and what it means in the times of a global pandemic. 

Conveying the simple yet powerful message, “May the whole world live in happiness, may all the worlds live in happiness”, this new release is relevant now more than ever. In a true celebration of the strength of the human spirit, this project is a collaboration between 32 notable artists from around the world, making up the #Love2Humanity campaign. From Shebani Dandekar, Boman Irani and Javed Ali to Best Kept Secret, Salim Merchant and Raghu Dixit, this release celebrates the spirit of unity. 

Speaking of the birth of this project, Oum Pradutt (MD and Founder of Phase 1 Events and Experiences) said: “Raghu and I always collaborate and when this lockdown was announced, I thought we just have to do something. I called him and said, ‘Buddy, let’s do something really special. Let’s send a message to the whole world.’ Humanity is affected, not just one country or one state.” 

Diving into the process of composing the track, Raghu Dixit quipped: “It’s just a tune. A whole lot of na-na-na-nas, and then you fill it up with words”. Well, that is before he broke out into marvelous sound.

Take a look at the full anthem featuring Raghu Dixit and more, above.  

By: Ahalya Narayanan