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  • Of Sufi Sounds

    Singer Shahid Mallya talks to Titas Chowdhury about his latest song Bulleya from RAW – Romeo Akbar Walter, and about carving a niche for himself
  • “Creativity always happens on a clean slate”

    Mohit Chauhan talks to Titas Chowdhury about his latest tracks from Notebook and RAW – Romeo Akbar Walter, his childhood and more
  • Word Play

    Manoj Muntashir, who has penned the lyrics of Kesari’s Teri mitti and Notebook’s Main taare, talks to Padma Iyer about the inspiration behind these songs, working with different composers and his take
  • Striking A Balance

    Singer Brijesh Shandaliya shares with Joanne D’silva the response to the song Sanu kehndi from Kesari and his journey with the number
  • No Looking Back

    Lyricist Kumaar talks to Bhakti Mehta about the song Sanu kehndi from the Akshay Kumar film Kesari, what he thinks about the trend of recreated songs and more
  • Going Retro

    As he comes out with his latest album for the film Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, composer Karan Kulkarni talks to Joanne D’silva about the mood of the film, his process and much more
  • On Song

    Composer-singer Vishal Mishra talks to Bhavi Gathani about composing the album of Notebook and his style of making music
  • Tulsi Kumar Rebooted

    Tulsi Kumar talks to Titas Chowdhury about her latest love ballad, Tu laung main elaaichi from Luka Chuppi, 13 years of being in the business and more
  • Tuning Into Destiny

    Music composers Gourov-Roshin talk to Bhavi Gathani about their experience of composing music for Total Dhamaal, their journey together in the industry and more
  • Royal Challenge

    Winning hearts with the only non-rap song in the album Gully Boy, singer-composer Jasleen Royal talks to Bhakti Mehta about being a part of this novel project
  • Paisa Vasool

    Singer Arpita Chakraborty shares her experience with Bhavi Gathani about being a part of the song Paisa yeh paisa from the film Total Dhamaal
  • Taking The Rap

    The original Gully Boy, Naved Sheikh aka Naezy, talks to Bhakti Mehta about his journey being translated on to the big screen