Bollywood has room for singers from all over: Shafqat Amanat Ali
Mumbai: The India-Pakistan bond is "above all disputes", says Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali, the magical voice behind chartbusters like "Tere Naina" and "Mitwa", who believes that Bollywood has room for singers from all over the world.
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Popular Punjabi private albums making presence in big way in Hindi cinema
Honey and Gippy are now a prized commodity in the world of Hindi film music and the producers and directors are running after them to give music for their coming films. Indeed Punjabi music or the music sung in Punjabi language, which is a part of the ...
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Music Review : Student of the year
In the 80's, actor-director Feroze Khan took an audacious musical move by launching out first Pakistani pop diva Nazia Hassan into Hindi filmdom, who later became a worldwide sensation through her bestselling track "Disco Deewane" (Album-Disco ...
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