Over the years, Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has carved a special niche for himself in the Bollywood music industry, lending his magical voice and creating splendid masterpieces. Hailing originally from Pakistan, he has been a testament to the fact and message that Music and Art have no boundaries. Having a rich heritage of Qawwali […]Read more "Create the mood for magic with these beautiful Rahat Fateh Ali Khan songs!"
There are some humans born on the face of this earth to follow a certain path and serve a particular purpose. Mr. A R Rahman, a singer-songwriter, music producer, musician and philanthropist, is one such legend. The sole purpose of his existence is to make the world a better place, one song at a time. […]Read more "What makes A.R. Rahman’s music so special?"
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is to soulful love songs what champagne is to celebration. One is incomplete without the other. In love, there are high chances you have multiple stages of happiness that puts you in another dimension or extreme sadness that brings you to rock bottom. Your pal that gets you through these phases […]Read more "When it’s Valentine’s Day, it’s Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Day!"
It’s that lovely time of the year when the Valentine week celebrations take over and the air is full of romance. When you are in love, life becomes musical and more often than not you find yourself swaying and humming to the lyrics of a melodious love song. Guilty as charged. Thank You, Bollywood. […]Read more "The Romantic Best of Rahman"
They both were trying to light the same fire. But one was a withered candle, who had been through the worst of the storms and survived. While the other was a roaring torch ablaze with the hopes of tomorrow and fearless in the heart. The torch looked at the withered candle with a sense of pity […]Read more "The Roaring Torch and The Withered Candle"
All happy families are the same. But every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Leo Tolstoy got it absolutely right in his Anna Kareina. Zoya Akhtar ‘s new directional venture ” Dil dhadakne do” is about a dysfunctional Mehra family, which goes on a cruise to celebrate the 30th marriage anniversary of Mr […]Read more "Dil Dhadakne Do – Movie Review!"
After a pleasant morning at the OSHO Ashram, I am walking the streets of Pune and making my way towards the taxi stand. Mingled in the cacophony of the ubiquitous traffic and shrouded by a canopy of neem trees, I almost overlook the tiny little shop by the corner. The German Bakery. A regular coffee […]Read more "Humans of Pune!"