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Month: February 2012

Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya

Album : Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya Music Director :  Sachin – Jigar The upcoming Hindi movie “Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya” directed by Mandeep Kumar stars Riteish De...

What is Qyuki?

Qyuki is a new media company that is founded by some of the biggest names in the entertainment business the world over; Shekhar Kapur and A. R. Rahman. It i...

3 in Hindi

The Kolaveri album '3'(Moonu) is already a big hit all over the country! With its huge success, the music director Anirudh Ravichander has now completed composing the Hindi version of this album. This is one highly anticipated albums which will be released soon. It is told that 'Kolveri' will be retained whereas the other songs will have a bandwagon of big singers including Adnan Sami, Mohit Chauhan, Vishal Dadlani and Shreya Goshal! Dhanush and Shruti Haasan will also croon a song in the Hindi version! Along with this, Anirudh has already got offers to compose for a few Hindi and Telugu movies! It can be rightly said that Kolaveri is still doing wonders to the careers of many!

Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakkathile

Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakkathile does not have a star cast or a big banner to boost itself. But the songs now will surely make a mark! Achu, as mentioned earlier possesses great talent and is all set for a great future. This is one album to look out for! Go grab it soon!

Planetary Nights – Today Ain’t Too Late

Planetary Nights is the musical vehicle of singer-songwriter R.J. McSweeney. His latest studio album "Today Ain't Too Late" was produced by roots rock veteran Eric "Roscoe" Ambel (www.ericambel.com), who also contributed his renowned guitar wizardry. Together with R.J.'s lead vocals and rhythm guitars, Kelley Looney (Steve Earle) on bass, Rob Thomas (Peter Frampton) on keys and Phil Cimino (Chris Barron) on drums, the album delivers a wide range of original rockers and ballads. Planetary Nights songs have been licensed and featured by the A&E Network ("Dog the Bounty Hunter" episode), ESPN (theme song for a 21-segment Sports Center series; Southeastern and Big East football) and the Alliance of Action Sports.