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    Celeb photographer Vickky Idnaani takes fashionable turn, Sonu Nigam turns model for the Label

    Lockdown has surely helped many rediscover and re-invent themselves. Having photographed the Khans, Kapoors, Bachchans, Roshans, Kumars, Lensman Vickky Idnaani launches a collection with his partner and stylist Avinash Bamania and bollywood singer Sonu Nigam becomes brand ambassador of Label. When we asked about singer Sonu Nigam’s association with the label he says, “Separating the […] More

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    Kangana Ranaut – a crusader in Bollywood!

    The Indian film industry has a majority of diplomats who are afraid to express their opinion on what is happening in India and worry about the backlash on social media. They may play a hero or heroine with great virtues in films but are diametrically opposite in their real lives. Today’s audience has understood the […] More

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    Sandesh Shandilya and Vivek Agnihotri collaborating on The Future Of Life Festival

    Ace composer Sandesh Shandilya will be featured on director’s Vivek Agnihotri’s chat show ‘The Future Of Life Festival’. The director has been hosting a series of interviews with many artists from the music industry including Sonu Nigam, Padmashree Malini Awasthi, Suresh Wadkar, Swapnil Bandodkar, Avdhoot Gupte and now Sandesh Shandilya. ‘The Tashkent Files’ director says, […] More

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    Sonu Nigam reveals how Yeh Dil Deewana from Pardes changed his career

    Ace singer, Sonu Nigam recently visited Subhash Ghai’s International Film School and revealed that before he sang the song from ‘Pardes’ (1997), producers only branded him as a singer with the talent to only sing in the Mohammed Rafi style. He shares, “No one discovered my originality till they heard “Yeh Dil Deewana”. I sang […] More

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    Romeo Akbar Walter Music Review

    One is not sure what to expect from the music of an espionage thriller but since two of Robby Grewal’s films (‘MP3 – Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar’ (2007) and ‘Aloo Chaat’ (2009) ) had a few decent songs and the fact that ‘Romeo Akbar Walter’ (2019) has some credible names like Sohail Sen and Ankit […] More

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    Sanju Movie Review

    There are few films which come with humongous expectations and every chance of getting trolled, because these films could easily step in the zone of being a caricature. When you have films like the ‘Munnabhai’ series, ‘3 Idiots’ and ‘PK’ to your filmography, there’s by default a boost in expectations because of the people. Rajkumar […] More

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    Begum Jaan Music Review

    Composer Anu Malik and production house, Vishesh Films, go a long way back. It was movies like ‘Jaanam’ (1993) and ‘Sir’ (1993) which gave a much needed platform for a then struggling Anu Malik to showcase a wide variety of tunes. The association was very fruitful till ‘Kalyug’ (2005). The flamboyant production house opted for […] More

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    Azhar Music Review

    The promo of Azhar gave the glimpse of a film which depicts several phases of former cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin’s life. As the biopic seems to have all the trappings of a commercial entertainer and features two leading ladies, Prachi Desai and Nargis Fakhri, opposite Emraan Hashmi, one expects the soundtrack to carry songs of different […] More

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    Brothers Music Review

    ::cck::942::/cck:: ::fulltext:: Director Karan Malhotra’s first film ‘Agneepath’ (2012) had boasted of some terrific music. The orchestra-heavy sound befitted the huge scale of the film. For his second film ‘Brothers’, Karan ropes in music composer Ajay-Atul and lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya, the team that gave him a winning soundtrack for his debut venture. Though ‘Brothers’ (an […] More

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    Barkhaa Music Review

    ::cck::642::/cck:: ::fulltext:: The music of Barkhaa has been released less than a week before the film hits the theatres. If not for its lead actors Sara Loren (Kajraare, Murder 3) and Taaha Shah (Luv Ka The End, Gippy), this obscure film would have failed to attract any attention whatsoever. The music is by Amjad-Nadeem (Angel, […] More

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    PK Music Review

    Rajkumar Hirani’s films have music that complements the theme of the film very well but as a standalone album does not really have enough material to excite a music connoisseur. The music of each of his films got very popular after the release and the subsequent success that the films had at the box office. […] More