Category: Music Review

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Apr 13

Ghazals: My List of Favs – Part 1

When I first thought of writing something about my favorite ghazals from the movies, the question that struck me was whether I indeed knew what a Ghazal was! If you are like me (which I find highly unprobable! I am yet to meet a person with a brain the size of a de-hydrated pea!), you’d assume that …

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Jun 22

Life… In a Metro – 1

I had always maintained that compared to the idle musings that I write, this music spot has remained neglected. It doesn’t come to bear that I haven’t been hearing music at all. Well a hectic professional & personal life has surely has cut down on my splurges into music, but I have been hearing so many songs and …

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Oct 20

Kelo Satcharitra – On pious lives and noble souls

Usually, I receive a lot of requests either through comments or through emails for mp3 files or lyrics of songs. While it is extremely heartening to have readers who are drawn to this blog, and coax me into writing, I must at the same time, profusely apologize for the delay that invariably happens in materializing …

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Mar 01

Life… In a Metro – 2

Another song that I have really treasured in the movie is “Rishtey toh nahin..” sung by James and written by Syed Quadri and music by Pritam Chakraborthy. It has been a long time since a hard hitting song like this has been penned. Frankly the song holds mirror to many of the modern day relationships. …

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Jan 14

Life… In a Metro – 1

This new year I revived myself to get back into the writing habits that I had given up on most of my external domains. I had always maintained that compared to the idle musings that I write, this music spot has remained neglected. It doesn’t come to bear that I haven’t been hearing music at …

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May 28

A Song that Says A Lot!

I must begin this post by giving a heartfelt thanks to my dear ol’ friend Manu. If it weren’t for him, maybe I would have completely driven this song into oblivion. Madhur Bhandarkar’s movie – Page 3, was a very candid and lucid depiction of the life of the personalities featured usually in the so …

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