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Sonakshi should campaign for Shotgun: Bjp workers

Sonakshi should campaign for Shotgun: Bjp workers
Patna, April 1: With former actor and Bjp candidate Shatrughan Sinha facing a four-cornered contest for the Patna Sahib Lok Sabha seat, party workers and supporters say it will be great if his daughter, Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha, campaigns for him.

"Unlike last time, it is not going to be a cakewalk for Shatrughan. He should invite his daughter Sonakshi to campaign for him. Her star power will help him tide over the odds against him in the polls," said Bharatiya Janata Party worker Rupesh Kumar.

Mahesh Prasad, another Bjp worker and fan of Shatrughan, said just a road show by Sonakshi for her father will change.
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'Queen' music earthy yet peppy (Ians Music Review)

'Queen' music earthy yet peppy (Ians Music Review)
Film: "Queen"; Composer: Amit Trivedi; Singers: Labh Janjua, Sonu Kakkad, Neha Kakkad, Amit Trivedi, Shefali Alvares, Nikhil D'souza, Arijit Singh, Nandini Srikar, Mohan Kanan, and Rupesh Kumar Ram; Rating: ****

Directed by Vikas Bahl, "Queen", featuring Kangana Ranaut in the title role, shows her journey of rediscovering her own identity while alone on her honeymoon. The movie also features Rajkummar Rao and Lisa Haydon.

The album consists of eight tracks. Each song has its own identity, thanks to Amit Trivedi's beautiful composition and simple yet expressive lyrics by Anvita Dutt.

"London thumakda" starts the album on a very energetic note. Sung by Labh Janjua, Sonu and Neha Kakkad, it will surely make listeners.
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Queen Music Review

Kangana Ranaut is making a big splash with her film Queen where she plays the vivacious character Rani, who ventures out on her honeymoon in Paris by herself. Already the promos have been creating some buzz for Vikas Bahl’s debut film for it’s fun storyline, Kangana’s charm, and of course that characteristic Amit Trivedi sound. This is the first soundtrack of the year for Trivedi, who creates a familiar breed of innovative and breezy songs that completely fit with that carpe-diem attitude of the film.

Initially, London Thumakda, sounded like a familiar riff of ‘Farukha Baadi’ from Trivedi’s other album Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, however he manages to make this one a gem to listen to. Labh Janjua is in fine form with sisters Sonu and Neha Kakkar lending him ample support with their backing verses. Janjua and Trivedi are a fabulous pair, since Trivedi
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Anurag Kashyap turns composer for Queen

Anurag Kashyap turns composer for Queen
Anurag Kashyap seems to have taken on the role of a music composer for his co-production, Queen. A few months ago, Anurag stumbled upon the work of a young composer called Rupesh Kumar Ram in Shimla. Impressed with what he had created using a folk song titled 'Ranjhana', the Gangs Of Wasseypur director decided to enhance and tweak the track in order to use it in his film. "He discussed with Rupesh what they could do with the song. Anurag knew what he wanted for the film and he made it fit the requirements of the movie. Then he presented it to Queen's music composer, Amit Trivedi, and the director, Vikas Bahl. They both liked it too and eventually decided to include it in the official soundtrack," informs a source. Vikas adds, "Anurag has an eye for finding talent in remote corners of the country. Rupesh has created a beautiful
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Anurag Kashyap discovers news music talent for 'Queen'

Anurag Kashyap discovers news music talent for 'Queen'
New Delhi, April 4: Anurag Kashyap has enhanced and tweaked a folk song by a young Shimla-based composer, whom he discovered, to use it in his upcoming co-production "Queen".

When Kashyap stumbled upon Rupesh Kumar Ram's song in Shimla a few months ago, he was impressed with what he had created using a folk song "Ranjhana".

"He discussed with Rupesh what they could do with the song. Anurag knew what he wanted for the film and he made it fit the requirements of the movie. Then he presented it to 'Queen' music composer, Amit Trivedi, and the director, Vikas Bahl. They both liked it too and eventually decided to include it.
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Anurag Kashyap composes music for Kangana Ranaut's Queen

A few months ago, Anurag stumbled upon the work of a young composer called Rupesh Kumar Ram in Shimla. Impressed with what he had created using a folk song titled 'Raanjhnaa', the Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012) director decided to enhance and tweak the track in order to use it in his film."He discussed with Rupesh what they could do with the song. Anurag knew what he wanted for the film and he made it fit the requirements of the movie. Then he presented it to Queen's music c
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