David and Vijaylakshmi's love story may have been taken straight out of a movie, with all the masala of different religious and economic backgrounds thrown in.
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Having been featured in Bollywood before, with tunes such as ‘Tho Phir Aao' and ‘Tera Mera Rishta Purana' on the soundtrack of Mahesh Bhatt's “Awarapan”, Mustafa Zahid, frontman of the Pakistani band Roxen, is once again set to lend his voice for the upcoming Bhatt thriller “Blood Money”.
rom accounts to administration and then event management , S Muralikrishnan tried his hand at several jobs till 1999, when he decided to finally give it all up and do what he loves - drumming.
Epithets about his music acumen are redundant. Connoisseurs, the world over, treasure the compositions of this wizard from Pannaipuram.
It was the meeting of North and South in terms of the music and, that of East and West as regards the instruments. Curiosity was writ large on the faces of the rasikas as Kadri Gopalnath shared the dais with Pravin Godkhindi.
A welcome change is discernible in the singing style of Sudha Ragunathan -- from racy and tempo driven to sedate vocal manipulation.
The work of two late artists, both of whom had a strong Chennai connection, will be in focus on Thursday and Friday.
“Heard melodies are sweet; but those unheard are sweeter.” Shantala Subramaniam belied these immortal words of Keats. Her flute played on, not only to the sensual ears, but to the soul and spirit.
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