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Friday, 25 May 2012
Director: Joe Rajan
Music: Vipin Patwa - Lyricist/s: Dr Sagar, Sanjay Mishra & Prashant Ingole
Singers: Sonu Nigam, Shaan, KK, Sunidhi Chauhan & Shreya Ghoshal
Check out Sonu Nigam Ji's song at 1:00 :):)
Sunday, 20 May 2012
Kunal Kohli’s new film Teri Meri Kahaani looks to be a bit of throwback to the 90s love sagas with modern twists, similar to Love Aaj Kal‘s multiple love stories over different eras. Kohli started off so well with Hum Tum and Fanaa but really fizzled out after Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic, so he has a lot banking on Teri Meri Kahaani. He definitely has a sizzling leading couple with Shahid Kapur and Priyanka Chopra falling in love in 1910, 1960, and 2012. Admittedly, the promos felt a bit meh, but it was the catchy Mukhtasar that perhaps got you excited for the soundtrack. This time Kohli has gone to Sajid and Wajid to create a new chartbuster of an album, and perhaps testing their musical strengths away from the hero camps of Salman, and Akshay Kumar.
For the 1960s number, Jabse Mera Dil Ko Uff, Sajid and Wajid pull out all the stops to entertain on this track. The rollicking guitars that start the track set the tone for the rest of the song, where soon we get the aggressive guitars and horns chiming in in. Clearly the duo had been looking to the music of Teesri Manzil, and all of those fabulous Shammi Kapoor films.
Sonu Nigam is powerful and brilliant here, and doing his Mohammed Rafi impression but staying distinctively Sonu as well. Sunidhi Chauhan tries to keep up with the tonal shifts of the song, but she does sound screechy at times. The song kicks up during the bridge and chorus where the orchestra and violins punctuate every verse. The song is so much fun, and I cannot wait to see how its picturised on Shahid! It has so many little details that keep you hooked, like the almost Spanish section midway or just Sonu’s effervescent vocals.
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Friday, 18 May 2012
Director : Rajesh Mapuskar
Music : Pritam Chakraborty
Lyrics : Swanand Kirkere, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Guru Thakur and Satyanshu and Devanshu Singh
Starring : Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani, Vijay Nikam , Nilesh Divekar and Vidya Balan (special appearance)
The start of ''Maara Re'' may sound somewhat similar to ''Jumma Chumma'' (HUM) but it ends right there as the song unfolds into a totally bombastic, 'masti'-cum-inspirational number that has it's root in Marathi music with lots of usage of Hindustani musical instruments. A whole lot of singers like the highly talented Rana Majumdar, Sonu Nigam (who comes in briefly), Aishwarya Nigam and Ashish lend their vocals to this 'dhamaal' number. The entirely situational number is quite fast paced with a raucous feel, and since the film is about a young cricketer (most probably a batsman, as is evident from the lyrics) this all out sports song will be loved by the cricket crazy nation. Furthermore its appeal is enhanced by some highly apt and humorous lyrics by the multi-talented Swanand Kirkere, who has shown his writing artistry in many of the recent VVC films. The way Swanand urges the lead protagonist to go on and score runs by using lots of cricketing lingo like hook, bouncer, sixer, fielders, umpires etc is fantastic, and the song will definitely come alive when portrayed on screen, and the audience too will enjoy it wholeheartedly.
Akhtar has been pushing for an amendment in the copyright laws to give music directors and lyricists a share of the profits earned on their work. The amendment to the copyright act was passed by the Rajya Sabha Thursday and will now go to the Lok Sabha.
Akhtar's wife Shabana was ecstatic.
"Hurrah copyright amendment bill passed in Rajya Sabha. Javed's historic moment to give lyricists, composers 12 percent of their rightful share," she tweeted.
Sonu Nigam wrote: "Copyright act passed by the Rajya Sabha... For not just the composers and lyrics writer but singers too. Congratulations. Kudos @Javedakhtarjadu."
Akhtar and actress Jaya Bachchan spoke in support of amendments to the bill at the Rajya Sabha.
"Javed Akhtar is a real hero for fighting for all creative people. We are blessed to see the change and people behind it. Finally copyright is and will be defined in real now in our country, congratulations to all intellectual property owners, finally you are protected," tweeted Kher.
"Copyright bill passed... Congrats Javed saab... All you efforts paid off," tweeted Rohit, while Ehsaan Noorani of the famous trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy wrote: "@Javedakhtarjadu stellar speech in the RS! Many Congratulations on the bill being passed."
He graced the event for realty giants Monarch Universal, who announced their new project in Pune's Wakad, Monarch Renaissance with the motto 'Royal Era Takes Rebirth'. The Thakurs and Aswanis played perfect hosts to their guests.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Friday, 11 May 2012
The first look 3D trailer of ‘Krishna Aur Kans’ will be in cinemas from 11th May onwards.
Following the success of animation TV series- ‘Little Krishna’, Reliance Entertainment brings the globally revered mythological character Krishna on the silver screen in a 3D animation film titled ‘Krishna Aur Kans’. The film will release on 3rd August, a week prior to Janmashtami, as a build up to the festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. The first look 3D trailer of ‘Krishna Aur Kans’ will be in cinemas from 11th May onwards.
Reliance Entertainment, CEO, Sanjeev Lamba says, “Krishna Aur Kans is India’s first animation film to be released in 3D and is sure to bring families together in cinemas this Janmashtami. It is a captivating story based on Lord Krishna’s early life and the victory of good over evil. We are extremely excited about bringing Krishna Aur Kans to cinemas on 3rd August and are hopeful it will add more colors to every family’s festive celebrations.”
Hailed as India’s first stereoscopic animated film, ‘Krishna Aur Kans’ is an exciting narrative full of action and drama. The movie chronicles Krishna’s early years – from his birth as the nemesis of his tyrannical uncle Kans, to his combat against lethal demons till the age of 10. This riveting film brings to life Krishna’s various adventures and miracles, in an aim to fulfill his aim on earth – to put an end to evil.
‘Krishna Aur Kans’ is directed by Vikram Veturi. Its script and dialogues are by Kamlesh Pandey, music by Shantanu Moitra, lyrics by Swanand Kirkire and songs rendered by Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghosal, Sunidhi Chauhan, Ustad Rashid Khan and more.
Sonu Nigam Wins Against Shreya Ghoshal In The MPL Finals May 2012 By Radio Mirchi
CONGRATS TO SONU NIGAM :):)
The 38-year-old singer will be performing his hits at the renovated Suntec Convention Hall with its new sound and audio-visual systems on May 18. His last concert in Singapore was in 2010.
Sonu will be accompanied by a 30-member troupe comprising musicians, dancers and back-up singers from India and his 21/2-hour concert will have a sound and light display on the 60 feet long LED wall.
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Ft on a double CD Various artists, Sonu Nigam, shreya ghoshal, hariharan,anop jalota, suresh wadkar, shankar Mahadevan, shaan, kavita krishnamurty, alka yagnik, sunidhi chauhan... many more
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Starring: Vivek Oberoi & Mallika Sherawat
Producer: Amit Chandra
Director: Sanjay Khanduri
t's always worth the wait for Sonu Nigam. His charm, wit and humility make up for the time spent in waiting for the interview. And while I do that, I take a trip down the memory lane, of my first memories of my favourite singer Sonu Nigam.
Sonu Nigam rose to fame with "Sandese Aate hain" from 'Border' and then came 'Pardes', 'Deewana', 'Saathiya', 'Dil Se', 'Kal Ho Na Ho', the list goes on.
With the fame, the sweet 'sona munda' looks took a backstage, and emerged the 'Rockstar' Sonu Nigam. Long hair, beard, embroidered jackets - the playback singer became a play-front singer with his albums and never-ending concerts. This was one singer who could sing, dance, perform, host shows, (sorry failed at acting) - a super performer for Indian music lovers. We all still loved him, because looks may change, but the voice never does.
Coming back to the interview, the singer finally arrived. Dressed suavely in a black shirt, jacket and trousers, he looked charming as ever. A day before his Sydney concert, we interviewed him on his third visit to Down Under. During the interview, we asked him about his success story, and tried to delve more into the Sonu no one knows.
"If you ask me about my success story, the secret is I know when to pull myself back. I don't overexpose myself; I give proper gaps whenever I can. I do not over spend myself, I keep myself busy in lot of activities. I really work hard; I work harder than others, by focussing on my fitness level and studying music. Basically, I know when and how to draw a line," conveys Sonu Nigam.
Sonu Nigam is not only a dedicated singer but always gives time to his family when required. He had another stepping stone in his life when he was blessed with Neevan in 2007. But despite his hectic schedule, you will always see him making public appearance. "I've been to Australia before for concerts, but the reason to come here for a long duration is so I can bring my parents and my son. Last month I have been working really hard with no intervals. I slept throughout the flight, even after landing here I'm still groggy. My son is an integral part of my life, the fact of life is that parents and children need you, wife doesn't really need you," discloses Sonu Nigam.
Recently Sonu Nigam's son Neevan made headlines with his milk version of the famous Kolaveri song. The song became an instant hit on social media circuits. We ask him his views on it and his inspirations for his son, knowing that he started singing at the same age. "My son is an inspired child, a very positive and happy child. The year he was born he travelled 13 countries with us. I still remember he was so well behaved that the flight attendants used to thank him! We don't want to correct him; if we want to, we will correct him at the right thing. I haven't taught him Sa re ga ma, he's very tech-savvy, friendly with iPad, iPod, etc. We don't want to push him, we want him to be a free soul. He has access to everything - judo, dance, piano lessons, like every kid of his age. He can decide later what he wants to become," expresses Sonu.
Sonu Nigam is an exception who has made his mark not only as a playback singer but also as a play-front singer. Why don't we have a Beyonce or a Michael Jackson? "In India, any actor can lip sync in anyone's voice, but in other countries like Europe it's different. We don't feel sad about the difference. Independent singers cannot match with the talent industry - singing for films or singing on stage are two different aspects. You can't deceive your audience on stage, on stage you are both play front and play back," Sonu Nigam says.
Talking about Michael Jackson, Sonu Nigam has also recently performed with Michael Jackson's brother. Have you received any Hollywood offers after that? "India is doing so well, it's a journey in itself. If it will happen, it will, I won't knock on their door," Sonu said.
Last but not the least, we ask Sonu something that his audience doesn't know. "(Laughs) Now you are delving into the dark secrets of my life! Ok, well I used to draw very well when I was a kid. I run pretty fast. I can SMS very fast. I program music very well. I only watch National Geographic Channel and also I have the app on my phone. I'm into astronomy and love to learn about new facts. I'm a bit crazy too! You can ask my previous friends and girlfriend about that if you don't believe me," says the sensational singer before he heads off for a sound-testing for his concert.
Sunday, 6 May 2012
Another film with the starting line of a song sung by Upendra in ‘Jarasandha’! Padhe Padhe Phoninalli….is the song in ‘Jarasandha’ – Nihal Movies has caught it quickly for a film title.
As a matter of fact the film and the song were not very popular yet the word ‘Padhe Padhe’ is commonly used in social life. Nagaraj Peenya is making debut as director.
The film stars good looking actor Tarun and Mrudula of Tamil films in the lead roles. It is a love story in the pattern decided by director Nagaraj Peenya.
Satish Aryan is the music director, SH Ramehs is cameraman, Suresh is editing this film. Director Nagaraj is shooting for this film at Mysore, Chickmagalur, Sakleshpur, Kemmungundi and other places. The muhuruth for the film is slated for 25th of May 2012.
Director Nagaraj Peena and music director Satish Aryan have already the singers Sonu Nigam, Vijaya Prakash, Kailash Kher, Shreya Goshal, Sukvindar Singh, Kunal Ganjawala, Shanker Mahadevan are singing for this ‘Padhe Padhe’.