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4 items from 2011


Fans, family, friends bid adieu to Jagjit Singh

11 October 2011 1:27 AM, PDT | Filmicafe | See recent Filmicafe news »

Family members, the music fraternity and fans bid a tearful farewell to ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh at his funeral here Tuesday.Jagjit Singh.s brother Kartar Singh along with his grandsons Armaan and Umer Chowdhary conducted his last rites. Jagjit Singh had lost his only son in a car accident in 1990 and considered Kartar.s family and children as his own.Jagjit Singh, 70, died here Monday in suburban Bandra.s Lilavati Hospital where he was admitted Sep 23 after he suffered a brain haemorrhage. He is survived by his wife Chitra.His mortal remains were brought to his Pedder Road residence in south Mumbai Tuesday morning, where many celebrities, friends and fans paid their final tributes to the soulful singer.The mortal remains where then taken to Chandanwadi crematorium in Marine Lines in south Mumbai.Prominent names in the music industry like renowned classical vocalist Pandit Jasraj, lyricist-composer Gulzar, Javed Akthar, »

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Sunidhi Chauhan croons Oye Oye for Double Dhamaal

27 May 2011 3:54 AM, PDT | BusinessofCinema | See recent BusinessofCinema news »

Double Dhamaal will have singer Sunidhi Chauhan crooning the hit Tridev number - Oye Oye!As was reported earlier by Businessofcinema.com, producers Reliance Entertainment and Maruti International had officially bought the rights from T-Series of the hit song and have remade it.The song has been remixed by music director Anand Raj Anand and choreographed by Ganesh Acharya, who interestingly was a group dancer in the original hit by Kalyanji Anandji.The original Oye Oye song starred Naseeruddin Shah and Sonam in memorable costumes, making it one of »

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Sunidhi Chauhan croons Oye Oye for Double Dhamaal

27 May 2011 3:44 AM, PDT | BusinessofCinema | See recent BusinessofCinema news »

Double Dhamaal will have singer Sunidhi Chauhan crooning the hit Tridev number - Oye Oye!As was reported earlier by Businessofcinema.com, producers Reliance Entertainment and Maruti International had officially bought the rights from T-Series of the hit song and have remade it.The song has been remixed by music director Anand Raj Anand and choreographed by Ganesh Acharya, who interestingly was a group dancer in the original hit by Kalyanji Anandji.The original Oye Oye song starred Naseeruddin Shah and Sonam in memorable costumes, making it one of »

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Double Dhamaal makers acquire remake rights of Tridev song Oye Oye from T-Series

11 May 2011 10:08 PM, PDT | BusinessofCinema | See recent BusinessofCinema news »

Makers of the comic caper Double Dhamaal have acquired the remake rights of Tridev's hit song Oye Oye from T-Series and have packaged it in a new avatar.The new number in Reliance Entertainment and Maruti Intenational's Double Dhamaal has been remixed by music director Anand Raj Anand and the song involves the entire cast of the movie. The song will be choreographed by Ganesh Acharya, who interestingly was a group dancer in the original hit by Kalyanji Anandji.Double Dhamaal star cast comprises Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Riteish Deshmukh, Ashish Chowdhry, Javed »

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