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Paul Noronha A tribute to "The classical Titan", a week after he physically left our universe Raju Bharatan, among the most authoritative voices on Hindi film music, has chronicled his musical memories in a book titled Journey down the melody lane .
Burman focus on their lives, struggles and salute their genius. A lot has been written about Indian cinema in the past hundred years. Capturing its success through the stars, stories, dialogue or songs in syrupy and spicy books.But very little has
Manna Dey's genius continues to live on through his songs that were a celebration of his versatility, erudition and musicality. Carnatic vocalist Aswathi Thirunal Rama Varma talks about his tryst with the singer and his music Pain is one of the most
The city's retro fans don't have to depend on television alone to listen to Bollywood's golden oldies. Lakshmi Krupa finds that there are quite a few live shows to take them down melody lane History and nostalgia are two very different things.
As we celebrate her birthday, we go back in time and have a look at her life and achievements, both personal and professional. Asha Bhosle poses with her mother and sister Lata Mangeskar. (Express archive photo) Asha Bhosle was born in the small
T he next day I started hunting for a good post-production studio. Avitel studio scanned the negative and told me that 30 to 40 per cent of the film was damaged. The technicians also said that was quite decent for negatives lying around for 42 years
February 21, 2013 Six former champions, a former runner-up and a rank outsider will spice up the contests when the quarterfinal league, to identify the two semifinalists, of the 67th Santosh Trophy football championships begins at the Lal Bahadur
Vivek Bendre Celebrating his 86th birthday this coming Monday, Khayyam will always be known as an understated genius. Wise men don't lay credence to statistics as they never reveal the true story. For instance, music director Khayyam has composed
February 3, 2013 The older generation as well as the generation next still prefer to listen to the golden melodies of Hindi films of the sixties and seventies...Hall overflowed with massive gathering of music lovers from across all sections of
A Memoir", daughter-in-law Yasmin Khalid Rafi brings out many unknown facets of the man who came to be regarded by many as the greatest playback singer the Hindi film industry has ever known. "In the beginning of 1960, there came a phase when Lata