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The forthcoming film Angry Indian Goddesses, features the song ‘Tinko Ke Sahare’, which has been composed by DJ/Music composer Kary Arora. Kary is known as India’s first female DJ and she has featured in the Limca Book of Records. I recently had a catch up with Kary, and she shared with us details of how her journey in the Bollywood music industry began, and also how she landed the part of a composer for Angry Indian Goddesses.
Read on to find out more from the talented Kary Arora!
Tell us your journey so far, within the Bollywood music industry.
My journey started when I moved to Mumbai in 2011 with the intentions of exploring the field of music composing in Bollywood. At first it was difficult to understand the technicalities like who pays, who decides creative inputs, whats legal and illegal like copyright, credit and contract issues as the »
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‘Jalte Diye’ is one of the most beautiful songs from the Prdp album, and Rajshri productions have released a special video showcasing the making of this melodious song.
The song has been composed by multi-talented Himesh Reshammiya (who shares his experience of composing the song in the video) and has been sung by Harshdeep Kaur (opening lines), Anweshaa Dutta, Vineet Singh and Shadab Sabri (closing lines).
According to a recent interview with radioandmusic.com, singer Anweshaa shared her experience of recording the song: “I was recording for the film ‘Kaanchi: The Unbreakable’ when Irshadji heard my voice and he recommended me to Himesh sir. I have known Himesh Sir for a while now as I previously worked with him on the film ‘Dangerous Ishhq’,” said Anweshaa. She revealed that the song took about two hours to record as Reshammiya was composing the track simultaneously.”
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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.
If they can turn the heat on with their glam avatars, they can also sizzle in a rustic garb! Well our versatile Bollywood babes after charming with their sexy portrayal didn't shy away from playing village belles. While there have been many actresses in the past who very often played rustic characters, its interesting to watch the gen-next adopting it. We bring you 8 such Bollywood actresses who turned/ will be seen as village belles in their respective movies. Take a look...
Sunny Leone, who is usually known for her sex appeal, will be seen in two different avatars in Ek Paheli Leela- one as a super glamorous model, but what catches one's attention is her rustic look and the dialogue 'Leela naam hai maara. Leela' complimenting her look.
Richa Chadha in Gangs Of Wasseypur
Richa played a remarkable role as the bold woman »
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