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Music Review - Part I


12/20/2012

(This article is sponsored by Sounds Of India)

Music Review - Ek Deewana Tha
A great offering from Rahaman!
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Music Review: Agneepath
Ajay-Atul deliver a terrific soundtrack for this blockbuster remake of Big B's Agneepath!
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Music Review: Jodi Breakers
Salim and Sulaiman have put together a track which is not bad though not their best.
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Music Review - Kahani
Vishal-Shekar's new presentation is a classy track which makes for pleasant listening.
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Music Review: In Memory Of Music Director Ravi
Ravi, also referred to as Bombay Ravi in Malayalam films, was a self-taught musician who really struggled to get a foothold in the music industry in Hindi films. He started off doing back up vocals for Hemant Kumar in Anand Math and then slowly made his mark as composer.
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Music Review: Tribute To Joy Mukherjee
We offer a tribute to the hero Joy Mukherjee who was the hero of many a musical superhits.
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Music Review - Housefull 2
Sajid-Wajid have created a youthful fun track in Housefull 2.
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Music Review: Dangerous Ishhq
Himesh Reshammiya who once delivered 36 hits in a single year is back with something interesting.
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Music Review - Ishaqzaade
Composer Amit Trivedi and lyricist Kausir Munir have come together to bring out a lovely romantic track.
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Music Review: Shanghai
Shanghai is director Dibakar Banerjee’s latest political thriller scheduled to hit theatres June 8th. His earlier films Khosla Ka Ghosla and Oye Lucky Lucky Oye have been huge successes winning National awards and had pretty sharp and catchy music and background scores! Vishal-Shekar, riding on the wave of success of Kahani have composed the music for the film and also lent their vocals to some of the songs–both are equally talented vocalists as well as composers!
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Music Review - Ferrari Ki Sawaari
Pritam who gave us such chartbusters as Dhoom and Race to present an interesting collection of songs in Ferrari Ki Sawari.
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Music Review - Saguni
Saguni, a Tamil ‘masala’ political satire/pot-boiler with Karthi in the lead is due for release along with its’ Telugu dubbed version Sakuni on June 22nd in theaters worldwide. Young G.V. Prakash Kumar, (nephew of A.R.Rahman) is the music director. Prakash who is just 25 years old has been composing for films since he was 17 – the music of some of his earlier films like Kireedam, Aayirathil Oruvan, Aadukalam and the recent Mayakkam enna have had great response - Aadukalam in particular has some amazing music.
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Events In Review - Part I


From Bollywood to Bharatanatyam, a wide range of entertaining shows captured the hearts of New Englanders in 2012.
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Events In Review - Part I
Bone Marrow Drive For Nalini Ambady


Nalini Ambady, who was at Tufts University, is currently a Social Psychology professor at Stanford University. Nalini was recently diagnosed with a recurrence of leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant.
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Bone Marrow Drive For Nalini Ambady
Dwarkamai Opens A New Sai Temple In Northborough


“The mission of Dwarkamai is to provide spiritual, educational, medical and technology services that can enable community development," says Anil Naik who is the spiritual guide for Dwarkamai and the founder of Sai Palkhi in the Boston area. Dwarkamai is opening a new Sai Temple in Northborough, MA.
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Dwarkamai Opens A New Sai Temple In Northborough
Thought For The Day


"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ― Mark Twain.
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Thought For The Day
Lokvani Talks To - Recap 2012 - Part I


In 2012, Lokvani featured many interesting people like Anant Agarwal, Vinay Mehra, Soroboni Banerjee, Girish Mehta, Ravneet Sidhu and others!
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