Classics Revisited – Jiya Laage Na

Kya jaane kyun hai
Kya jaane kaisi andekhi si dor
Jo khenchti hai, jo le chali hai
Ab yun mujhe teri ore

One of the most misunderstood films of our times, but a brilliant brilliant take of heartbreaks, personal trauma and seeking closures.

#6YearsOfTalaash #UnderappreciatedGem #WhenLoveHurts

Classics Revisited – Justjoo jiski thi

जुस्तजू जिसकी थी उसको तो न पाया हमने
इस बहाने से मगर देख ली दुनिया हमने…

तुझको रुसवा न किया, खुद भी पशेमाँ न हुये
इश्क़ की रस्म को इस तरह निभाया हमने…

कब मिली थी कहाँ बिछड़ी थी, हमें याद नहीं
ज़िंदगी तुझको तो, बस ख़्वाब में देखा हमने…

ऐ अदा और सुनाये भी तो क्या हाल अपना
उम्र का लम्बा सफ़र तय किया तन्हा हमने…


Piya Tose – Timeless Composition!

While the day has been spent listening to the brilliance of the Master in each of his creations from Guide to Pyaasa to Sujata to Jewel Thief to Kaagaz ke phool to Bandini to Tere ghar ke saamne and more, here is one of the brilliant recreations of one of his best composed songs ever! This shows how relevant SD Burman and his tunes are even today, and how fresh they still can be! There won’t be another music composer ever like Burman Dada 🙏🎼🎻🎹🎤❤️

A big thumbs up for Jonita Gandhi too!

Happy birthday SD Burman !

October – Happiness Blooms!

Good morning October! 🌸💗

A great time to remember the best film of the year once again!

A great song that spreads life and happiness to the times.. times that mark the beginning of the festive season for many!

Chal chhoti chhoti seeli seeli shaamein jee lein chal..
Chal aadhi aadhi thodi jhoothi chai pee lein chal…
Chal thodi si hain meri saasein dono jee lein chal….


Samvedna – and a lot of respect

Along with many other things, he was also a fabulous poet, and his album Samvedna is a treasure house of emotions..

A great scholar and a deeply respected human being across everyone..

Prayers for peace for Vajpayee’ji through his own creation..

Amar dukkho gulo…

‘Amar dukkho gulo jhaptaye dana, su-neel akash tobu udte paare na..’

.. The only take away from the film, and a beautiful one at that.. All soul..

Bombay Velvet – An Exotic Musical

A very rare album that presented Jazz in its sizzling grandeur as its core theme reflected across all songs..

Brilliant collaboration between Amit Trivedi & Amitabh Bhattacharya yet again post the magic of Lootera..

Terrific vocals from Neeti Mohan, Shefali Alvares, Suman Sridhar, Shalmali Kholgade, Paapon, Mohit Chauhan, and Trivedi himself..

Fascinating treasure of musical erotica across gems like ‘Dhadam dhadam’, ‘Behroopiya’, ‘Naak pe gussa’, ‘Mohabbat buri bimari’, ‘Durbaan’, ‘Aam hindustani’, ‘Sylvia’ or ‘Fifi’..

A flawless period setting created by the on point costume design & production design team, beautifully captured by Rajeev Ravi’s camera, realizing the grand vision of Anurag Kashyap..

Brought to life on screen by the scintillating Anushka Sharma and the intriguing Ranbir Kapoor..

… the overall musical experience of Bombay Velvet is nothing short of Gold Class!!



Classics Revisited – Meri Bindiya

When she looked like an absolute princess and danced like a dream…

Many Shades of Love

The strength and relevance of love lies in the fact irrespective of its happy or painful texture, it is always beautiful.. And it couldn’t have been better expressed through music and its ever comforting impressions whether they express sorrow or joy..

Here is a quick recall of six of hindi film’s evergreen singers and picking two solos each of them, one poignant and heart wrenching, and the other vibrant and positive.. and I love them equally, I love them all…

Asha Bhosle – Naina hain pyaase mere / Katra katra milti hain

Md Rafi – Din dhal jaaye raat na jaaye / Aapke haseen rukh pe

Geeta Dutt – Waqt ne kiya kya haseen sitam / Meri jaan mujhe jaan na kaho

Kishore Kumar – Aaye tum yaad mujhe / Phir wahi raat hain

Lata Mangeshkar – Lag jaa gale ki phir yeh / Tere liye palkon ki

Mukesh – Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye / Kai baar yun hi dekha hain

There is literally no defined mood for love.. There is literally love in every mood…

Classics revisited – Haan maine bhi chhukar dekha hain

I didn’t like Black as a film at all – it wasn’t subtle, every one overacted, and it was more drama than anything else…

But this song is a gem! Monty Sharma and Gayatri Iyer create magic with this lovely number – its a goose bump beauty!