Richa Gaba (name changed) is a 20 year young girl from the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. Richa loves doing things that others won’t usually do and she is always interested in adventures. She recently traveled to Baghdad, Iraq and loved the experience. All her friends and relatives asked her why she chose Baghdad? And her reply was as usual, “Because nobody else among my friends circle or relatives is going there.”
Richa Gaba’s parents are wealthy farm owners. They have about a thousand farmers working for them 365 days of the year. Richa Gaba was one of the first in her school to have an Apple iPhone.
Richa couldn’t get enough of listening to the song ‘Cruel Summer’ by Bananarama this summer. No, she wasn’t born in the 70s or 80s, but these summers she lost all hope after she didn’t get an admission in any medical college in India.
One of her uncles who lives in the Union Territory of Chandigarh and is a very wealthy real estate developer suggested her to try for a Bangladesh Medical College. She did and got successful. Next year, she is moving to Bangladesh for MBBS.
All Richa Gaba wants before she moves to Bangladesh for her MBBS is to attend a Yo Yo Honey Singh’s concert. Richa loves Punjabi pop and rock music. She loves the vintage Punjabi songs as well. She hates the commercialization of music but she also understands that’s the only way musicians can survive.
In my personal opinion, due to the commercialization of the music industry, more bad musicians than the good ones are making a mark in the industry and ruining this wonderful industry. Mostly, the musicians who are making it nowadays are the ones who are good are marketing and promotion, not the ones who are dedicated to the music really.