Here’s a look at what went into the making of a super tune!
Partygoers are always looking for that next dance number and Bollywood films seldom disappoint, since every release has a couple of such tracks on their albums.
On November 27 Bappi Lahiri turns 60. This is also his 40th year in the film industry as singer-composer-producer and now actor. On December 2, in New York’s Millenium Theater, he will be presented with the ‘Legend’ Award for ongoing contributions and influences in the recording field at the 5th Annual Big Apple Music Awards.
While everyone’s waiting for Kareena Kapoor’s item number in Dabangg 2, which comes out next week, the makers of the film are busy tying up any possible loose ends.
Back in the day, when music channels actually played videos by Indi-pop artistes, names like Sukhbir and DJ Aqeel were extremely popular, thanks to the mass appeal of their videos of hit songs like Taare gin gin and Tu, tu hai wahi.
Reema Kagti is out with an intense and gripping song from Aamir Khan-starrer Talaash. Hona Hai Kya unfolds some interesting sequences from the crime-thriller. Music composer Ram Sampath has lent his voice to the track.
Bollywood's khiladi Akshay Kumar is back in action to pack a punch with his new outing Khiladi 786. The film's soundtrack has been composed by Himesh Reshammiya. It has seven original tracks and five remixes.
First, Kai Po Che took its name from a common Gujarati phrase used during Makar Sankranti (kite flying festival). Now, director Abhishek Kapoor (Gattu) has decided to release a separate music album for the film with only Gujarati songs in it.
A few days back, Ekta Kapoor said she was very impressed with Priyanka's "professionalism and hardworking nature" at an award function.
She danced in 'Munni badnaam hui' alongside Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg (2010). And Malaika AroraKhan's item number went on to become a chartbuster. Now, she is back in the sequel with the song, 'Pandeyji seeti mare'.