Lalit Pandit News
Doctors stop giving chemotherapy to Aadesh Shrivastava
The music composer has been fighting for life for the last 44 days
Doctors treating music composer Aadesh Shrivastava, who has been fighting cancer, have stopped giving him chemotherapy. Aadesh , 48, has been in the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri for the last 44 days for treatment. Click here to read more
Aadesh Shrivastava is critical as the cancer has spread all throughout his body, says Lalit Pandit
The music director is currently battling for life
Music director Aadesh Shrivastava has been admitted at the the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital for over a month now. The composer was rushed to the hospital 41 days ago after he had a cancer relapse for the third time. Click here to read more
Is Shahrukh Khan inspired by Yo Yo Honey Singh?
The singing sensation has quite an influence on SRK it seems…
Shahrukh Khan seems to be inspired by Yo Yo Honey Singh after they came together for Lungi dance song in Chennai Express. Why do we say, so you ask? Well, the story goes something like this… Click here to read more
Dilip Kumar celebrates a low key birthday
The thespian actor enjoyed his 91st birthday with family and close friends
Dilip Kumar turned 91 yesterday. The actor has not been keeping well but still decided to celebrate his birthday as he feels that it’s one day when he can actually meet all his family members and close friends. This birthday was no different. The thespian actor wanted to spend some quality time with people close to him without too much shor-sharaba. Click here to read more
Abhijeet Bhattacharya: Besharam is the final outcome of other besharam music!
Singer Abhijeet is back to playback singing after five or six years. In an exclusive chat, he talks about his latest track, his upcoming projects and how singing as a profession has changed over the years…
Abhijeet Bhattacharya was last heard crooning Dhoom taana in Shahrukh Khan’s Om Shanti Om. The singer has several hits to his name, but stayed away from playback singing for almost six years. He was once known as Shahrukh Khan’s voice, heard to such good effect in Yes Boss, Baadshah, Phir Bhi Dil Hain Hindustani and Chalte Chalte, among other films. And now he’s back, with Dil ka jo haal hain from Besharam starring Ranbir Kapoor. Click here to read more
Besharam song Dil ka jo haal: Ranbir Kapoor has nothing new to offer!
Lalit Pandit’s composition gives us a deja vu feeling; in fact, it reminds us of his own creation – Jo haal dil ka from the 1999 Aamir Khan-Sonali Bendre musical hit Sarfarosh!
The new song from Abhinav Kashyap’s new quirky comedy Besharam featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Pallavi Sharda is like old wine served in a brand new bottle. Considering the inclination of B-town filmmakers towards remakes of old and classic movies, music Click here to read more
Besharam music review: Lalit Pandit back with a bang!
Music: Lalit Pandit, Ishq Bector and Shree D
Lyrics: Rajeev Barnwal, Kumar, Himanshu Kishan Mehra, Nikhat Khan
Singers: Sonu Nigam, Abhijeet Bhattacharya Daler Mehendi, Mika, Shreya Ghoshal, Mamta Sharma, Ranbir Kapoor, Ishq Bector, Shree D
One of the most influential factors associated with Besharam’s album is undoubtedly the supremely talented composer Lalit Pandit, who’s back from a self-imposed exile only to deliver a winning soundtrack. With his romantic and light-hearted melodies Click here to read more
Ranbir Kapoor’s Besharam song Love ki ghanti lifted from Bella ciao: listen!
Bollywood composer Lalit Pandit confesses to have copied from the Italian number
Bollywood, which has been trying to overcome its history of copying from the West, has pounced on composer Lalit Pandit, whose number Love ki ghanti for Ranbir Kapoor‘s film Besharam owes a lot to Italo tune Bella ciao. Click here to read more
Mirchi Music Awards 2013 winners’ list: Amitabh Bachchan wins the Living Legend With Golden Voice award
Take a look at who won the awards this time around…
The Mirchi Music Awards of 2013 was judged by distinguished jury members of the industry. Click here to read more
IIFA Awards 2011 Winners: ‘Dabangg’ is Best Film, SRK is Best Actor for ‘MNIK’
Salman Khan’s blockbuster Dabangg bagged seven awards, but did not garner him Best Actor
The 12th IIFA Awards were held in Toronto on June 25, 2011. Salman Khan’s blockbuster Dabangg bagged seven awards, including Best Film, Best Debut (Female) for Sonakshi Sinha and Best Performance in a Negative Role for Sonu Sood. Shahrukh Khan took away the Best Actor trophy for My Name is Khan, while Anushka Sharma was crowned Best Actress for Band Baaja Baaraat. Ranveer Singh won the Best Debut (Male) for Band Baaja Baaraat. Ranveer and Anushka were also adjudged the Hottest Pair. Sharmila Tagore took home the Outstanding Achievement Award. Dharmendra was honoured for 50 years in cinema. Click here to read more
Atul Kulkarni: Language is not a criterion to do a film
He is the quintessential character-actor who doesn’t just mould himself according to the role, but raises it a notch higher. Atul Kulkarni’s charming smile, humble attitude and talent make him a star in his own right
In conversation with us, the star actor who dons the character of Bobby in his forthcoming flick Chaalis Chauraasi, where he plays a cop and an aspiring singer who can’t sing to save his life, speaks of his new film and much more. Click here to read more
Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg’ sweeps GIMA with six awards
Milan Luthria’s Once Upon a Time In Mumbaai finished a close second with four awards
Salman Khan’s Dabangg continues its winning spree. The National Award-winning film which boasted of the chartbuster Munni badnaam hui walked away with six awards, including best film album, at the Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA). The event was held at the Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon on Thursday night. Mamta Sharma won the best music debut for Munni badnaam. The best music director award went to Sajid-Wajid and Lalit Pandit for their compositions in the movie. Dabangg also won the technical awards for best background score by Sandeep Shirodkar, best engineer-film album by Eric Pillai and best engineer-theatre mix for Leslie Fernandes. Click here to read more