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  • | April 14th, 2014

    Gulzar honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke award, 7 best songs of the legendary lyricist

    Gulzar honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke award, 7 best songs of the legendary lyricist

    After the Grammys, Gulzar is honoured with the highest award in India, the Dadasaheb Phalke award and here is our tribute to his creative genius
    Gulzar was recently revered for his contribution to the Hindi film industry with the Dadasaheb Phalke award. We too at BollywoodLife decided to add our two bits by revisiting some of his musical classics that have etched an indelible mark on our hearts. Click here to read more

  • | August 10th, 2012

    GiMA Awards 2012: Udit Narayan, Anup Jalota gun for non-film music

    GiMA Awards 2012: Udit Narayan, Anup Jalota gun for non-film music

    Voting begins for the third edition of the Indian music awards. Udit Narayan, Anup Jalota, Ila Arun and Leslie Lewis take up the film versus non-film music debate in candid chat with Bollywoodlife
    The Global Indian Music Academy (GiMA) Awards 2012 nominations are out and the function will be held mid-September. The voting began on August 8 at a Mumbai hotel, with the first vote being cast by veteran santoor player and music composer Pandit Shivkumar Sharma. Stalwarts from the music industry were present and spoke about Indian non-film music and how it needs to be highlighted more through television and other media. Click here to read more

  • | October 10th, 2011

    Jagjit Singh: Music world mourns the ghazal singer’s death

    Jagjit Singh: Music world mourns the ghazal singer’s death

    Well known singers like Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle Monday mourned the death of one of their own – renowned ghazal singer Jagjit Singh who passed away at a hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage (aka cerebral haemorrhage) at the age of 70, leaving a vacuum in the world of music. “I am in shock after hearing about Jagjitji’s death. It is such a big loss, an end of an era. He was one artiste who never needed films to get popular. He was an instant hit,” said singing legend Lata Mangeshkar.  “I can’t imagine the days when I will no longer be able to hear his silken voice, no longer be able to talk to him or listen to his new songs. Now his old ghazals is all we have. His soothing voice, his warmhearted nature are all gone now. He was the pride of India. I also feel bad for his wife Chitra, she is all alone now,” said Asha Bhosle. An upset Usha Uthup added that she could not even begin to describe her sadness. “I can’t even begin to tell you how sad I am. It is a horrible feeling. I have known him for 42 years of my singing career. What a wonderful human being he was. I cannot forget his insistence on using some musical instruments that no one else did. It is such a loss. Love you Jagjit,” Uthup said in a choked voice. Ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas said he was “shattered and devastated”. “I didn’t want to hear this news. I was hanging on a thin tread of hope that Jagjitji will remain with us. His style was incomparable. He revolutionised the entire approach of this form of singing and gave a new dimension to non-film music.” Breathing his last at 8am Monday, Singh was admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital on September 23 after he suffered brain haemorrhage. He is survived by his wife Chitra Singh.
    ALSO READ: Jagjit Singh passes awayClick here to read more

  • | September 17th, 2011

    Riya Sen and Vinay Pathak launch ‘Tere Mere Phere’ music

    Riya Sen and Vinay Pathak launch ‘Tere Mere Phere’ music

    Director Deepa Sahi throws a grand party and launches the music of the film in true sangeet style
    Deepa’s Maya Movies Film production organised the party on Friday night. Hosted by Vinay Pathak and Riya Sen, the show saw a variety of performances by Baba Sehgal, Anup Jalota, Shivi R. Kashyap. All special guests at the party were welcomed by dholki-bajas and ladoos. Click here to read more