An autobiography of sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar in the form of a graphic novel may seem like trivialising a rather serious topic, but Yours in Music, which has text written by the iconic musician himself, is a great mix of fun and facts.
He has been in the music industry for over seven years now, but is still vying to make it as a mainstream Bollywood singer despite having won the first season of music reality show, Indian Idol in 2004.
Bombay Talkies, a movie celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema, will see directors Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Anurag Kashyap and Zoya Akhtar working together for the first time.
The Madhya Pradesh government today announced to confer its prestigious 'Lata Mangeshkar Samman Alankaran' to Bollywood playback singer Hariharan.
After taking the nation by storm, the newly released track Slowly Slowly from Go Goa Gone has caught international attention. Worldwide renowned DJ Avicii who is currently ranked No. 3 in the list of top 10 DJs is remixing the new song Slowly Slowly from Go Goa Gone
The video of peppy song Badtameez dil from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewaani is getting a good response online. The song's video went online on the evening of April 5, and it has since then received over 900,000 hits.
Ranbir shares screen space with his grand- uncle - the late Shammi Kapoor - in Imtiaz Ali's Rockstar (2011). But it is now, in a song from his upcoming film, that the actor seems to have found common ground with the yesteryear superstar.
Ranbir Kapoor has found a new buddy in Honey Singh. The two met in over Besharam's track that Honey Singh will sing. The rapper claims that not only will he sing for Ranbir's movie, he will also make the actor sing.
Composing a super hit tune is, apparently, no big deal for Anu Malik. And although we haven't heard much from him in the past few years (his last memorable soundtrack was for Main Hoon Na in 2004), the composer plans to turn things around with his new item number, 'Babli badmaash' in Shootout At Wadala.
Ghulam Ali doesn’t need an introduction. One of the most revered ghazal performers on the circuit and the voice behind gems such as ‘Awargi’ and ‘Hungama hai kyon barpa’, his popularity knows no borders.