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Chaudhvin Ka Chand ho is one of the legendary and romantic songs of Indian Film Industry since 1960, originally sung by legend Mohammad Rafi.

This composition is re-arranged and performed on guitar by India’s leading guitarist Kapil Srivastava. Chaudhvin ka Chand on guitar is shot in beautiful painting gallery as MustArt Gallery and Gallerie AK to relate and maintain the composition’s essence.

GMTuneTime's Season 2, Unforgettable Bollywood included this tune as one of the ever green and ... Read More
RD Burman remembered
As a tribute to R.D. Burman, the legendary Bollywood musical director who has paved the way for the next generation of India's musical directors and whose work continue to

claim fame posthumously, Kapil Srivastava's fond memories of Burman's hits and his late teacher Shree Prem Raj's coaching with the use of mandolin , inspired him to live over the times and the tunes of his favorite songs from the movie, Pyar Ka Mausam as ... Read More
Kaun Banega Crorepati seventh season launched with changes

Kaun Banega Crorepati seventh season launched with changes

The jackpot prize in the seventh season of Kaun Banega Crorepati will be Rs 7 crore

The popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati, hosted by megastar Amitabh Bachchan, is back and this time it's bigger and better.

The jackpot prize in the Kaun Banega Crorepati 2013 will be Rs 7 crore and participants will have to answer 15 questions to win the whopping prize money.

There will be four questions in ... Read More
Goa electronic music festival to have a ball
Panaji, Feb 1 (IANS) After Sunburn, the Nokia India festival and the Barefoot festival, Goa's music scene will have a ball this February with a blend of beach soccer and electronic music.

Spinning at the console with their latest hits will be DJ Ankytrixx, DJ Tuhin Mehta, DJ Marlo and DJ Simon Patterson and DJ Mon, DJ Arjun Vagale, DJ First State and DJ Sasha Feb 8 and 9. With the music will be mini soccer ... Read More
Ritu Kumar gets Padma Shri

New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANS) Veteran designer Ritu Kumar, active in fashion industry for the last 40 years, has been named for the Padma Shri award on the eve of 64th Republic Day.

The designer, who began her work with four block printers and two tables in a small village near Calcutta 40 years ago, was the first woman to introduce the 'boutique' culture in India under the brand name 'Ritu'.

Her growth and success can be ... Read More
Thyagaraja aradhana from January 27
The 166th aradhana of saint composer Sri Thyagaraja Swamigal will be held between January 27 and January 31 at the saint's samadhi on the banks of Cauvery in Thiruvaiyaru near here, said G. Rangaswamy Moopanar, president of Sri Thyagabrahma Mahotsava Sabha at Thiruvaiyaru on Wednesday.

Pandakal Muhurtham (pujas to put up the pandal) was performed at the samadhi on Wednesday. After the pujas, Mr.Moopanar told presspersons that festival will start on January 27, Sunday. Actual aradhana, ... Read More
An Exhibhition of paintings by Vijay Gille
At ICONART Gallery

Preview and Show on till 12th Jan 2013

Timings 11:30 am to 7:00 pm

View online : www.iconart.in


- Dr.Avani Rao Gandra


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Pakistani Qawwal singers enter Bollywood
Pakistani qawwal singers Rizwan Ali Khan and Muazzam Ali Khan sing for Bollywood movie 'Rush'

Pakistani qawwal singers Rizwan Ali Khan and Muazzam Ali Khan , nephews of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan are set to make an entry in Bollywood music. Mian Azeem, publicist of Rizwan and Muazzam Ali Khan confirms us the news from Pakistan , " Rizwan and Muazzam Ali Khan have just completed recording a Bollywood song called Chup Chup ke from ... Read More
From classical roots to free flow in Indian dance
By Madhusree Chatterjee, New Delhi, Aug 23 (IANS)

Contemporary Indian dance drew much attention at the just-concluded Edinburgh International Festival, among the few international festivals dedicated solely to performing arts.
A troupe led by Kathak exponent Aditi Mangaldas represented Indian dance with two recitals - one traditional and the other contemporary - in the Scottish town last week. The response from the audience was effusive, according to reports received here.

Contemporary dance in India, unlike ... Read More
Forbes list eludes as Indian models fight odds
New Delhi: They are pretty, raring to go and make a splash on the international scene every now and then. So what's stopping Indian women from making it to the Forbes top-earning models list?

Fashion industry watchers say many odds are stacked against Indian models.

Anjana Sharma, director Fashion, IMG Reliance, blames it on a late start. 'Part of the reason is that models in India generally start modelling post-college - when they are 20 ... Read More
Small budget entertainers
New Delhi: Beautifully told tales touching upon various human emotions hit the silver screen this year with movies like "I AM", "Chalo Dill" and "Stanley Ka Dabba". But only a few did well as the audiences were either not aware or were hesitant about watching an unfamiliar cast or theme.

Ironically, these tales are often more engrossing compared to big-buck movies, mainly because the emphasis is more on content, storytelling technique and performances. Such films deserve ... Read More

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