Le chal mujhe composed by Bann Chakraborty is easily the best song in the album and has five versions.
Between folk ditties and bhaang ice creams, musicians and a chef recall what made the festival of colours universal.
Classical dancers, Madhavi Mudgal and Alarmel Valli, brought together Odissi and Bharatanatyam to deliver a mesmerising performance
The title track in Kailash Kher and Jyoti Nooran’s voices is a riot and not in a good way.
Playback singer Rekha Bhardwaj on turning composer for the first time and continuing to learn in an age of instant music.
Dharavi’s rap trio, Dopeadelicz, keep it real with songs about running from the Mumbai police, and legalising marijuana.
The album falters in terms of lyrics. However, this is Sachin-Jigar’s most succinct work.
Manjiri Asanare-Kelkar, one of the more promising new voices from the Jaipur Atrauli gharana.
Kejriwal had sung the same song during the swearing-in ceremony on December 28, 2013.
A Swiss theatre production explored the dichotemy between what is said and what is left unsaid.
Neela Vaswani, who won the Grammy for Best Children’s Album, on Malala’s message of peace and finding the emotional truth of the story.
Theatre artiste Shekhar Sen on taking over as Chairperson, Sangeet Natak Akademi and cultivating the arts.
Grammy-nominated Jewish musician from Long Island, Krishna ‘Kirtanwallah’ Das on crooning Sanskrit mantras and travelling around the world with them.
President’s banquet will also feature a one-hour cultural programme by Seher dance troupe
On January 28, Pandit Jasraj turns 85. He represents the last of a generation of classical vocalists.
Hawaizaada-a lovely balance of whimsy and introspection.
The festival will take place between January 14 and 16 at Stein Auditorium, 7 pm onwards.
Prabha Atre on her sadhana and being the least-recorded artiste of her times.
Pandit Chitresh Das, was known for his virtuosity on stage and his Kathak training abroad.
The half star for this album, however, belongs to the power in Chauhan’s voice.
Looking back at the most mesmerising musical acts of 2014.
Stalwarts from the world of hypnotic alaaps and cult synth riffs choose likely rockstars of 2015.
There were ditties that were on loop, and the ones that were just desultory. Suanshu Khurana goes through last year’s crop to choose the best and the worst of Bollywood.
A photography exhibition documents the history of rock and roll through some of the most passionate moments of world legends.
The album opens with Main toh Superman, Salman ka fan, which is sycophancy at its best.
On Wednesday evening, the Oslo Spektrum arena in Norway will resonate with an array of upbeat Bollywood tunes.
The 10th Anniversary Gala Show will take place at 7 pm at Weightlifting Auditorium, JLN Stadium.
They came together in 2002 as a group to represent Pakistan internationally.
Shivani Ahlowalia is the new voice on My Space. The Punjabi in Chicago raps and tours the world of tropical bass
An audio-visual exhibition captures the journey of India’s jazz age
Sitara Devi did to Kathak what Pt Ravi Shankar did to the sitar. She took Kathak, that found its moorings in the courts of the Nawabs and put it on the global stage.
Guitarist Ali Lubbad’s music is as mixed up as the story of his life
Mir Mukhtiyar Ali, one of the few Sufi qawwals to break into the
big league, is ready to renounce Bollywood and sing for the soul
The album opens with Ajay Atul’s Tharki chokro, which is definitely the most valiant effort of the album.
Somewhere between Baby doll and Sunny sunny, the Hindi film album went missing this year.
Naseeruddin Shah’s memoir is a blisteringly honest account of his life and the foibles of the creative community.