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Never wanted to be stuck with an actor`s voice: KK

His songs have been picturised on Bollywood stars like Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan. But Krishna Kumar Kunnath, popular as KK, who has sung for Salman Khan in four films, including the latest blockbuster "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", says he doesn't want his voice to be attached to just one actor. The singer, who has crooned...

`DJ waley babu` not regular party song: Badshah

After his song "Abhi toh party shuru hui hai" became a rage among party goers, rapper Badshah's new song "DJ waley babu" feat Aastha Gill has created waves too. But he says his new song is not a regular party song.

"The music is very simple and it's not your regular party song. It's a bit...

I don`t regret missing college life: Kailash Kher

Delhi University has started its new academic session and award-winning singer Kailash Kher, who couldn't be a regular college student of the university, doesn't regret the fact that he could only do a correspondence course.

The "Teri deewani" hitmaker, now 42, says when he spent time in the capital, he had too...

Bollywood pays no importance to music: Pankaj Udhas

Ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas, who has launched his single "Khwaabon ki Kahaani", says Bollywood isn't paying much importance to music and that seems to have brought its standard down.

"Bollywood pays no importance to music. The importance of music has become practically zero in Bollywood. The songs in movies are...

‘Voyage’ is result of the conversations I had in my head: Dhruv Ghanekar

It's no exaggeration when we say that he is one of the big players of the independent scene. Right from composing to playing to producing and co-founding one of the biggest revolutions of the indie scene - blueFrog, Dhruv Ghanekar has done it all. Being a successful music personality at the cusp of a music revolution is what...

New Age, New Sound: Abhijit Pohankar

Abhijit Pohankar may have burst into the music scene as the son of the great classical singer Ajay Pohankar, but with more than 20 albums to his credit, he is very much a musician in his own right. Best known for his compositions on his album Piya Bavari, Abhijit had earlier composed music for the film Boom

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