Maverick musician Adnan Sami brought in his 49th birthday in Munich, Germany.
“It’s my Sasural. And my wife Roya and I reached here with our daughter Medina just in time for my birthday,” says Adnan as he warns that the party was for his daughter.
“We told Medina it was her birthday. Two cakes were ordered in pink and white. Medina first cut her cake. Then when I tried to cut my cake she started crying. She was like, ‘Why are YOU cutting a cake on my birthday?’. So she ended up cutting both the cakes on my birthday receiving gifts and we all sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to her.”
Adnan sounded happy letting his 3-year old daughter steal the limelight on his birthday. “After your children are born, your own birthday ceases to matter. The kids make sure of that. But seriously, I am the happiest person in the world. My cup of joy runs over. I couldn’t ask for anything more. Except to see this Coronavirus come to an end. We all need to move on.”
Adnan will remain in Munich for now.
“What difference does it make whether I am in Mumbai or Munich at the moment? I am working from home anyway, mixing my music on the computer and sending it out for recording on the internet. I think the one good thing that has come out of this virus is that unnecessary travel has been eliminated from our lives. We’ve realized how much of the travelling we did was irrelevant. The only people I feel sorry for are those husbands with double lives who made frequent ‘business trips.’ They can’t pull that one on their spouses any longer.”