B-Town musicians come together to celebrate Mumbai’s monsoon


When it rains, it pours music in a quintessential Hindi film. Overcast skies, a drizzle or a downpour, they evoke all kinds of emotions in Bollywood — from the first surge of love (Sujata; 1959) to hope (Lagaan, 2001), unabashed sensuality (Mr India, 1987) and breezy fun (Chaalbaaz, 1989). But while we continue to celebrate iconic rain songs that cast a spell on film buffs, it’s time to get behind these tracks and find out what inspires the musicians of today. BT got together composers Salim Merchant, Sachin Sanghvi, Jigar Saraiya, Mithoon and Clinton Cerejo, who were more than excited to talk about the rain songs that get them in the mood for the season…


Composer Sachin, who calls himself a monsoon baby, because he was born during this season, shares ,“I have a special connection with monsoon. It brings out the best in a musician. There is that one rainy night, or that one washed-out morning that suddenly sets the mood for me. I like the bheeni khushbu of the maati. Often, I come across people who don’t like overcast skies, but those are the very things that inspire my music. In fact, I wish monsoons could replace summers forever and stay on longer. My favourite rain number is Bheegi Bheegi Raaton Mein (Ajanabee, 1974). RD Burman has scored so many love songs based on the rains, but there is something special about this one — Kishore (Kumar) and RD were lethal together. It is not just another rain love song, it has got a beat and a certain naughtiness to it. How many naughty songs has RD done with so much swag and attitude? His never-ending experiments and ability to compose a catchy tune every single time, wins. Long live RD and long live monsoons!”

(L-R) Salim Merchant, Clinton Cerejo, Jigar Saraiya, Mithoon and Sachin Sanghvi jamming at Bandra Reclamation

Sa Rain Ga Ma


Jigar Saraiya (of the composer duo Sachin-Jigar fame) calls rains his goto inspiration. “I wait for the rains,” he says, before moving on to the topic of monsoon songs that continue to inspire him. “I have always been a huge fan of Kishore Kumar and the song Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si (Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, 1958), which was composed by SD Burman and written by Majrooh Sultanpuri is my favourite. Madhubala ji is so beautiful in it. Kishoreda creating music out of various instruments in the song — from a pipe to the saxophone, a metal gear or drumming on the table — is also inspiring. We got a chance to remake the song Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si in the background score of Raabta (2017). I was also hooked by Adnan Sami’s Bheegi Bheegi Raaton Mein (2000) when I was in school. There was a different vibe about him on the piano in that video. I can’t forget Tip Tip Barsa Paani, because of the legacy it has.”

He adds, “If I ever get to create a rain song for Bollywood, the first thing I will keep in mind is the reality of rains — it is pretty and symbolic of both love and sadness.”


Composer Salim Merchant (of the musician duo Salim-Sulaiman fame) loves the monsoon season. He says, “My favourite song is Rimjhim Gire Saawan (Manzil, 1979). It’s a beautiful melody by RD Burman. I love it because it depicts baarish in the perfect way — be it in terms of composition, lyrics and the whole vibe of it. It is a beautiful complete rain song.”


Paani Re Paani Tera Rang Kaisa (Shor, 1972) composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal and penned by Inderjeet Singh Tulsi is Mithoon’s favourite rain song. The composer says, “It is a favourite because it celebrates rain in all its hues – actor/filmmaker Manoj Kumar and singers Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar have treated this like a proper jashn. Baarish is kudrat ka kamaal; we can either complain about the inconvenience it causes or celebrate it as a festive moment. And that essence has been captured in this song — the energy of the melody, the production, the arrangement, the poetry, the choreography makes rain feel like one big party. If you talk about the seasson, then the compositions should primarily reflect the essence, especially that of longing that it bring in our lives.”

Talking about the other songs that he is fond of, Mithoon says, “There is a song called Cham Cham Cham Rut Barse Barkha Bahar Aayi Re (Barkha Bahar, 1973), again composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal and written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Then there is Ghanana Ghanana (Lagaan, 2000) composed by AR Rahman with Javed saab’s lyrics. I also love Sun Sun Sun Barsaat Ki Dhun (Sir, 1993) by Anu Malik. I had done a rain song Dard-e – Dil Ki Sifarsh (Yaariyan, 2013) a few years ago and I really enjoyed working on it. Monsoons inspire me. When it rains, it makes you introspect. Aap ke andar jo emotions hai, woh aur bhi ubhar ke aate hai — so if you are happy, the joy is two-fold, and if you are sad, then the yearning increases that much more.”


My absolute favourite monsoon song is by Vishal Bhardwaj called Bekaraan (7 Khoon Maaf, 2011). Hitesh Sonik and I were working on the music production and we decided to begin with rain and let the music literally flow from the water in a sense. The end result was a tapestry where the rain gives birth to these musical motifs and the whole song seems to take off from there. The lyrics are another story altogether. I just love the lines that seems to speak of how one drowns in the eyes of the beloved: ‘Bekaraar yeh bekaraar, aankhein bandh keejiye na, doobne lagey he hum, saans lene deejiye na.’ This video of this song interestingly has no rains and Clinton says, “I love the fact that although the song seems like a monsoon song to me, there is no overt mention of it in the wonderful lyrics written by Gulzar saab. But the combination of Vishalji’s smokey voice combined with the unhurried orchestration and the effortlessness of the lyrics seems to suggest to me that one should stick one’s toes under a soft blanket while gazing at the rain frosting the window pane, with a cup of hot cocoa in one’s hand. With that song, I can feel the magic of the monsoon. It is definitely one of my top five rain songs — something I look back on and feel a sense of quiet fulfilment when I listen to it even to this day.”

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’90s hit Dilbar gets an Arabic makeover in Satyameva Jayate

Nora Fatehi in the song

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Ever since the trailer of Satyameva Jayate released, there has been a lot of buzz around the ’90s hit, Dilbar, featuring in the film. The iconic number from Sirf Tum (1999), which featured Sushmita Sen and Sanjay Kapoor, has been recreated with an Arabic touch for John Abraham’s action thriller, directed by Milap Milan Zaveri.

The song, which releases today, features Nora Fatehi showcasing her impressive belly dancing talent. And it seems, the actress had to rehearse for 10 days to get her moves right. Recreated by composer Tanishk Bagchi, the track has been sung by Neha Kakkar and Dhvani Bhanushali. Not just that, Bagchi has retained Alka Yagnik’s voice from the original composition, too. The lyrics have been penned by Shabbir Ahmed.

Revealing the idea behind recreating the hit number, producer Nikkhil Advani says, “I believe that Nora’s belly dance on this iconic track will redefine its genre. My brief to choreographer Adil Sheikh was to create a clutterbreaking dance number. I think he has surpassed all my expectations. Dilbar is going to give the audience one more reason to watch Satyameva Jayate.”

Producer Bhushan Kumar adds, “I remember how the song was an instant hit when it released 1999. I have been wanting to recreate it with modern notes for a long time. The song is part of an important sequence in the film and the Arabic theme has lent it a magical feel.”

Apart from John, the movie stars Manoj Bajpayee, Amruta Khanvilkar and debutante Aisha Sharma in significant roles.

Satyameva Jayate, produced by T-Series and Emmay Entertainment, releases on August 15.

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Traditionally garba originated from Gujarat and meant a group of women wearing traditional costumes like ghaghracholi, and dancing around the deity Maa Amba. The traditional dancing during the nine days of Navratri festival in Gujarat came to be known as garba. While garba started off with women dancing to `do taali’ and `teen tali’ steps, over the years the dance styles have evolved oover the years. Now we find men and women dancing to a large number of styles of garba in several countries wherever there is an Indian diaspora.Here we give you a peek into the distinct styles of garba that are popular with people during the festival…


One of the newer and more popular forms of dancing style, young girls enjoy doing the dodhiyu style of garba during Navratri. The dodhiyu can be done in several different styles and people try and incorporate many variations in it. Dodhiyu garba includes dancing 4-steps forward and two-backward.Sometimes it includes dancing 6-steps forward and 4-steps backward dancing and then moving around once. Guys and girls generally form pairs and in groups of 6-12, perform the dodhiyu. It is fun, strenuous and involves a lot of technique and grace. Only those who really love the dance form enjoy this, while the others stick to the traditional `be taali’ and `teen taali’ garba


Guys and girls enjoy the teen taali garbo, where they need to clap thrice to the beats and dance to the beats. The teen taali garbo is popular with middle aged women as it used to be common in the villages of Gujarat.


Hinch is a competitive dance form where women get together in a circle, bend forward and clap while moving in circular motion. As the beat moves faster, the dance also becomes fast. The lady or gentleman who is able to dance till the end continuously without taking a break, wins the prize.


During Navratri, a pot is ceremoniously placed and attractive designs are made on the it, with lights being placed inside. Village girls bearing these pots, also known as garbis, on their heads, go from door to door and dance around the respective house. The leader of the group sings the first line of the song while the rest repeat it in chorus. The beat is produced by clapping hands or striking dandiya sticks in unison. At every step they gracefully bend sideways, the arms coming together in beautiful sweeping gestures, with each movement ending in clap.


This dancing style involves clapping twice, as you move in a circular motion swirling to the beats of the drums. This is one of the more common styles of garba, which almost anyone can learn easily and dance with their fellow partners on the ground.


After Bollywood songs composed around the Navratri festival, and disco songs being played at navratri events, many artists have incorporated the disco garba style of dancing. Disco garba is based on fast disco beats and is generally a fusion between disco and the traditional garba style of dancing.


With two wooden sticks in hand, Raas is one of the most traditional dance forms along with garba. Performed in five simple steps, the dandia dance is enjoyed after people are done dancing to garba beats. Raas originated from the ancient cities of Gokul and Vrindavan, where it is believed that Lord Krishna used to dance in the same manner with the gopis. Within dandia and raas, people have found many other forms of variations. There is disco raas and even disco dandiya.

Dandiya dance has a very complicated rhythm pattern. While the dancers begin with a slow tempo, the dance develops in such manner that each person in the circle not only performs a solo dance with his own sticks, but also has a complex multiple relationship with both his partners on f either side and with partners opposite him in the circles. The circle keeps breaking sometimes into two concentric circles and sometimes into three or four circles within the orbit of a larger circle.t The dancers of each concentric circle then weave patterns with each other and with members of the other circle. There is a great deal of freedom in the movements and sticks are beaten in standing, sitting or lying position. Occasionally, the men weave patterns of an intertwined rope in a circle; they lie on the floor with the two sticks being beaten above their heads and chests. At times, instead of hands, the feet hold and strike t the sticks.

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Rapid Fire with Swapnil Joshi Swwapnil Joshi

Several Marathi actors have changed the spelling of their names as per numerology. While some say that the change has enhanced their careers, few are of the opinion that modifying the spelling of their name has added positivity to their life. Pune Times gives you a lowdown on why some of the actors chose to change their names. Here, have a look…

ACTOR: Swwapnil Joshi
Star speak: My friend who has a keen interest in and has studied numerology suggested that I add an extra ‘w’ to my name for good luck. Initially I decided to try it out on an experimental basis. But now I have officially changed my name to Swwapnil as I feel that the alteration has brought in a lot of growth in my work profile.


रॅपिड फायर स्वप्नील जोशी

लग्नानंतर बायकोकडून मिळालेलं पहिलंवहिलं गिफ्ट ?

जेव्हा तिने पहिल्यांदा सांगितलं की मी इथे खूप सुखात आणि आनंदात आहे .

आवडता कोण , पौराणिक कृष्ण की ‘ एका लग्नाची …’ मधला मॉडर्न घना ?

कृष्णमय झालेला घनश्याम

फिटनेस महत्त्वाचा की स्मार्टनेस ?

फिटनेस इज स्मार्टनेस

आवडतं स्ट्रीटफूड ?


तिटकारा येणारी एखादी गोष्ट ?

ड्युअल पर्सनॅलिटी असणाऱ्या व्यक्ती . समोर एक आण ‌ ि मागे वेगळ्या वागणाऱ्या लोकांचा मला खूप राग येतो .

इंडस्ट्रीतला बेस्ट फ्रेंड ?

सचिन पिळगावकर

पाचपेक्षा जास्त वेळा पाहिलेला सिनेमा ?

असे पाचशे सिनेमे असतील . पण , सर्वात जास्त वेळा पाहिलेला सिनेमा म्हणजे अर्थातच ‘ शोले ‘.

आयुष्यातला टर्निंग पॉइंट ?

कॉमेडी सर्कस

फेव्हरेट टाइमपास ?

गप्पा मारणं

मराठीतली आजची सर्वांत आवडती अभिनेत्री ?

मुक्ता बर्वे आणि सई ताम्हणकर


Swwapnil Joshi is now the highest paid Marathi actor

The recent box office success of films like Duniyadari (which made a little more than `25 crore), has made the Marathi actors demand for higher remuneration.

Actor Swwapnil Joshi is rumoured to have charged a hefty amount for director Swapna Joshi’s untitled venture. Sources say that since he charged approximately `50 lakh, the producers have offered profit sharing as part of the remuneration.

Similarly, actor Ankush Choudhary has also hiked his fee from Rs.15 lakh to a whopping Rs.40 lakh. Incidentally, the actor who was struggling for a hit, post Lalbaug Parel (2010) turned into a bankable star post Duniyadari.
In fact, after a series of flops, actor Bharat Jadhav struck gold with Kedar Shinde’s Shreemant Damodar Pant, which faired well at the BO. Post that, Bharat charged Rs.25 lakh for his upcoming film Vatsalya.

swapnil joshi with wife

swapnil joshi with wife

swapnil joshi with father and mother

swapnil joshi with father and mother















Actor Swwapnil Joshi recently shot for Supriya and Sachin show ‘Jodi Tuzhi Mazhi’ along with wife Leena. Star couple Sachin and Supriya Pilgaonkar are coming up with a celebrity couple chat show ‘Jodi Tuzhi Mazhi’ to go on air on February 2.

When contacted, Swwapnil said, “For Sachinji and Supriya tai I am like their son. So being on their show was a very natural thing for me. Leena was also excited when she got to know that they were doing the interview.” Sources inform that Leena has unveiled a lot of secrets about Swwapnil on the show. “Well, Leena has just spilled the beans about me. I am not as outgoing as my public image is. I am quite the opposite,” Swwapnil said.


Swwapnil Joshi with wife Leena Aradhye

Actor Swwapnil Joshi shared a pic of Ganapati celebration at house on a social networking site in the afternoon. The actors posed with his wife Leena in a traditional attire. Swwapnil is a brand ambassador of several brands endorsing eco-friendly celebration of Ganapati.

He says, “I believe in practicing what your preach. Therefore I start the eco-friendly celebration of Ganapati from home. We used to get a Ganapati idol made of Shadu clay until very recently. But last year I got a Ganesh idol made of five metals and we install that during the ten days of Ganapati. We do the visarjan at home in a tub full of water. We re-install the same idol every year. The elaborate processions of Ganapati visarjan with Dhol-Tasha causes sound pollution and I am against any kind of pollution.”


It was a treat for fans of Marathi films to watch actor Swwapnil Joshi shoot for one of his upcoming films, Govinda, in the city. In between shots, he chatted with Kolhapur about films, his plans of doing theatre and why he loves this city.

You have films like Duniyadari, Govinda and the sequel of Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai in the pipeline. Tell us something about your role in the films.

I’m really looking forward to Duniyadari. It is based on a novel by Suhas Shrivalakar and has been adapted by Sanjay Jadhav. It was a challenge for me to act in the presence of the writer of the novel. I have done my best to do justice to the character of the novel. The movie is basically about college life, youth and having fun with friends. As for Govinda, I play a boy who loves dahi handi. He is a very simple, boy-next-door who falls madly in love.
While you were always appreciated as an actor, Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai gave you the image of a new age romantic hero.

Yes and I’m quite happy with that. I always try and explore the actor within me and I am glad that the attempt I made was appreciated and loved by many people around.
You are known for comedy, but is it that you are trying to change this image post Comedy Circus?

No, I just keep trying new things. I get bored doing the same thing over and over again. I have done a few Comedy Circus seasons where VIP was my partner. People appreciated me so I continued and we were winners in one of the seasons and runners-up in another. But after doing three seasons I quit because I had learnt a lot and wanted to explore newer avenues. But I love comedy. It gives a very different satisfaction when my act is the reason behind people’s smiles and laughs. I think VIP is great comedian, not because he was my partner but he is a great entertainer and had good comic timing.

Is there any role that you wish to do but it hasn’t come your way?

Frankly, I am a greedy actor. Whenever I see a good movie, I think ‘ohh…I could’ve have done this role’. I would like to do theatre. Many have suggested that I take up theatre and I am looking forward to it. I have offers but will take them up only when I can devote a lot of time to it.
Who are your close friends in the industry?

To name a few, Saie Tamhankar, Sanjay Jadhav and Mukta Barve.
You have been shooting in Kolhapur. What do you like about the city?

I love this place. I have been to Kolhapur several times as Goddess Mahalaxmi is my kula-devi. I love the climate, I like the food here and the people are so kind, frank and real. They do everything to the fullest. For example, the food here is either spicy or sweet, nothing in between. The same applies to the people here – ‘Jaan de denge ya jaan le lenge’! I am also thinking of buying some property here.
Talking about the food, have you tried the delicacies of the city?

Yes, the tambda-pandhra rassas are good. Every day we all plan some or the other thing. We even tried the fish curry which is among the famous delicacies of Kolhapur.
Will you be exploring the city further during your stay here?

Yes, I already am familiar with the Mahalaxmi Temple, Rankala lake and Panhala fort and will visit them. I also want to explore some more places that I haven’t been to.
Many youngsters here are looking to enter the industry… If you really want to enter the industry, come now because this is the right time. After a few years, it won’t be the same. Take advantage of the easy entry and work hard to prove yourself. I know it won’t be easy but you have to be strong and focused. You will have to fly against the wind to get success. The path is not easy but once you are through, it’s beautiful.
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Top 50 Bollywood Actresses

Celebs Mar 2015
Anushka Sharma Anushka Sharma 1 50.5
Deepika Padukone Deepika Padukone 2 35.0
Priyanka Chopra Priyanka Chopra 3 28.0
Alia Bhatt Alia Bhatt 4 27.5
Sunny Leone Sunny Leone 5 27.2
Katrina Kaif Katrina Kaif 6 27.0
Kareena Kapoor Kareena Kapoor 7 26.5
Shraddha Kapoor Shraddha Kapoor 8 26.0
Sonam Kapoor Sonam Kapoor 9 24.0
Kangana Ranaut Kangana Ranaut 10 23.2
Sonakshi Sinha Sonakshi Sinha 11 23.0
Yami Gautam Yami Gautam 12 21.0
Aishwarya Rai Aishwarya Rai 13 20.5
Jacqueline Fernandez Jacqueline Fernandez 14 20.2
Bipasha Basu Bipasha Basu 15 20.0
Madhuri Dixit Madhuri Dixit 16 19.2
Parineeti Chopra Parineeti Chopra 17 19.0
Kajol Kajol 18 18.7
Vidya Balan Vidya Balan 19 18.6
Hema Malini Hema Malini 20 18.5
Shruti Haasan Shruti Haasan 21 18.2
Preity Zinta Preity Zinta 22 18.0
Juhi Chawla Juhi Chawla 23 17.7
Shilpa Shetty Shilpa Shetty 24 17.5
Kalki Koechlin Kalki Koechlin 25 17.3
Ileana Dcruz Ileana Dcruz 26 17.2
Kajal Aggarwal Kajal Aggarwal 27 17.1
Tamannaah Bhatia Tamannaah Bhatia 28 17.0
Raveena Tandon Raveena Tandon 29 16.0
Sushmita Sen Sushmita Sen 30 15.5
Tapsee Pannu Tapsee Pannu 31 15.0
Konkona Sen Konkona Sen 32 14.7
Raima Sen Raima Sen 33 14.5
Bhumi Pednekar Bhumi Pednekar 34 14.2
Lisa Haydon Lisa Haydon 35 14.0
Rhea Chakraborty Rhea Chakraborty 36 13.5
Asin Thottumkal Asin Thottumkal 37 13.2
Huma Qureshi Huma Qureshi 38 13.0
Malaika Arora Malaika Arora 39 12.5
Shreya Saran Shreya Saran 40 10.0
Minissha Lamba Minissha Lamba 41 9.5
Nargis Fakhri Nargis Fakhri 42 9.2
Mandira Bedi Mandira Bedi 43 9.0
Mallika Sherawat Mallika Sherawat 44 8.5
Aditi Rao Hydari Aditi Rao Hydari 45 7.7
Chitrangada Singh Chitrangada Singh 46 7.5
Radhika Apte Radhika Apte 47 6.5
Sridevi Sridevi 48 5.5
Neha Sharma Neha Sharma 49 5.2
Neha Dhupia Neha Dhupia 50 5.0

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Rating index of Bollywood stars

Celebs Mar 2015
Shah Rukh Khan Shah Rukh Khan 1 38.0
Salman Khan Salman Khan 2 37.0
Amitabh Bachchan Amitabh Bachchan 3 33.0
Akshay Kumar Akshay Kumar 4 28.0
Aamir Khan Aamir Khan 5 27.0
Varun Dhawan Varun Dhawan 6 24.5
Ranbir Kapoor Ranbir Kapoor 7 24.0
Ajay Devgn Ajay Devgn 8 20.5
Hrithik Roshan Hrithik Roshan 9 20.2
Ranveer Singh Ranveer Singh 10 20.0
Saif Ali Khan Saif Ali Khan 11 19.5
Arjun Kapoor Arjun Kapoor 12 19.2
John Abraham John Abraham 13 19.0
Sushant Singh Rajput Sushant Singh Rajput 14 18.7
Sidharth Malhotra Sidharth Malhotra 15 18.5
Ayushman Khurrana Ayushman Khurrana 16 17.7
Farhan Akhtar Farhan Akhtar 17 17.5
Anupam Kher Anupam Kher 18 17.0
Dhanush Dhanush 19 16.7
Arjun Rampal Arjun Rampal 20 16.5
Ram Kapoor Ram Kapoor 21 16.0
Imran Khan Imran Khan 22 15.5
Irrfan Khan Irrfan Khan 23 15.2
Govinda Govinda 24 15.1
Siddharth Siddharth 25 15.0
Sunny Deol Sunny Deol 26 14.6
Aditya Roy Kapur Aditya Roy Kapur 27 14.5
Sanjay Dutt Sanjay Dutt 28 14.4
Kunal Kapoor Kunal Kapoor 29 14.2
Vivek Oberoi Vivek Oberoi 30 14.1
Boman Irani Boman Irani 31 14.0
Rishi Kapoor Rishi Kapoor 32 13.0
Manoj Bajpayee Manoj Bajpayee 33 12.2
Neil Bhoopalam Neil Bhoopalam 34 12.0
Emraan Hashmi Emraan Hashmi 35 9.7
Paresh Rawal Paresh Rawal 36 9.5
Shahid Kapoor Shahid Kapoor 37 9.2
Divyendu Sharma Divyendu Sharma 38 9.0
Abhishek Bachchan Abhishek Bachchan 39 8.5
Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh 40 7.0
Darshan Kumar Darshan Kumar 41 6.5
Riteish Deshmukh Riteish Deshmukh 42 6.2
Anil Kapoor Anil Kapoor 43 6.0
Gulshan Devaiah Gulshan Devaiah 44 5.2
Ali Zafar Ali Zafar 45 5.0
Fawad Khan Fawad Khan 46 3.9
Randeep Hooda Randeep Hooda 47 3.8
Rajinikanth Rajinikanth 48 3.7
Ali Fazal Ali Fazal 49 3.6
Rana Daggubati Rana Daggubati 50 3.5

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Avengers Job while Not Saving World

What Do You Think Our Avengers Do When They Are Not Saving The World?

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Naak Pe Gussa – Bombay Velvet

Presenting the brand new track from Bombay Velvet which will take you back to India’s Jazz scene of the 60’s.
Hit play and begin the time travel!

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Arijit Singh Sets The Stage On Fire With This Soulful Performance

The very versatile, very talented, very awesome Arijit Singh performs a medley of all his famous songs on stage for the 6th Royal Stag Mirchi Music Awards.

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Chal Bhaag Full AUDIO Song – Welcome To Karachi


Listen to ‘Chal Bhaag’ Full AUDIO Song from the movie Welcome To Karachi starring Arshad Warsi, Jackky Bhagnani and Lauren Gottlieb exclusively on T-Series.


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