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Salim-Sulaiman are the famed sibling composer team, who have spawned some of Bollywood's iconic hits and are today two of the industry's most prolific music directors.
The sons of composer Sadruddin Merchant, a veteran of the Telugu film industry in South India, their prize pedigree in music is indubitable. After cornering the jingles market, Bollywood came to them, with director Sanjay Gupta enlisting the young talents to score the music for the 1997 Kajol and Saif Ali Khan starrer Hameshaa.
They went on to create timeless hits for countless films including Madhur Bhandarker's Fashion and Shah Rukh Khan's Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi as well as producing albums for the likes of Adnan Sami, Voodoo Rapper, Style Bhai and Shweta Shetty.
With their reputation for musicianship, they have also both been enlisted as judges on TV music shows, with Salim invited to take on the coveted role as a judge »
Some re-incarnation movies leave an impact, while some are downright flops. With Ek Paheli Leela releasing this weekend, we bring you 11 other movies which have either pleased our minds or made us crib for watching it. Take a look...
This Deepika Padukone's debut film is a story about the rebirth of a lover played by Shah Rukh Khan, who dies poor in one life and is a super-successful star in his next life. While he does not get his love in his previous life, a lady with the same face enters his life with desperateness to meet the superstar.
This evergreen drama is always remembered for the epic dialogue 'Mere Karan Arjun aayenge'. Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan took punar janam on the wish of their mother played by Rakhee and also settled the old score with their killers.
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