The Xpose song Dard dilo ke: Himesh Reshammiya copies Arijit Singh’s Tum hi ho pretty well!
Mohammad Irfan sings one of the best emotionally romantic songs
The makers of The Xpose are out with the first track of a film and the song is undoubtedly very soulful and mellifluous. Thankfully Himesh Reshammiya has averted himself from singing the romantic song and allows us to listen to Mohammad Irfan, who previously gave us hit songs like Phir mohabbat from Murder 2 and Baarish from Yaariyan. The song although has one striking similarity. Yeah you got it right! The song is very similar to Click here to read more
Valentine’s Day special: 7 best love songs of the season!
On this day where we celebrate love, let us have a look at some of the most romantic songs of the past year. Some might make you cry, others might get a smile on your face, but they all would definitely make you fall in love all over again. Read on and feel the love in the air…
Mera mann kehne laga (Nautanki Saala)
Written and sung by Pakistani musician Falak Shabir, Click here to read more
Is Divya Khosla Kumar a super woman?
The debutante director has choreographed five songs in her film along with directing with the movie. We wonder why she didn’t act in the movie as well…
Divya Khosla Kumar, who is coming up with her directorial debut Yaariyan, has also choreographed five songs in the movie namely, Baarish, Meri Maa, Love Me Thoda Aur, Allah Waariyan and Zor Lagake Haishaa. She has previously directed many music videos she thinks that people have already started liking her choreography in Baarish and Allah Waariyan. She feels that’s a good start and when people see the movie, they would love it even more. Really..? Click here to read more
When it rains in Bollywood…
Our filmi folk come out in full force to do the song and dance routine with great enthusiasm. And some of those songs make history, adding colour to the cinematic skies
Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add colour to my sunset sky. – Rabindranath Tagore
Bollywood songs speak of clouds that are full of joy, replete with tears, touched by nostalgia and coloured by romance. In the monsoon season there is nothing better like a rain song to add to the mood, the weather gods and the lords of music joining hands to make magic. Click here to read more