Music heals, and everyone would vouch for the fact that music, irrespective of genres, helps relieve stress and alleviate tension. Several studies have shown that music can ease pain, increase memory power, boost confidence and bring about a sense of wellbeing. No wonder then that a lot of people take to music when they need comforting. Everyone has a go-to list when they are feeling down, and Haricharan is no different. Recently, the singer went live from the handle of Chennai Times, answering questions from his fans and also entertaining them by singing retro numbers and his hits, like Karpoora Bommai, Enna Satham Indha Neram, Yerikarai Mele and Arabu Naade. During the live, one of his fans asked him what song he listens to when he feels down, and he said, “Bohemian Rhapsody always lifts my spirits. It’s an amalgamation of a lot of things. There’s a capella, there’s rock and an explosion of guitar riffs.” Haricharan then broke into the song, singing a few lines of the song, originally penned by British rock band Queen, written by Freddie Mercury.
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