Badal ko kabhi short circuit hote hue dekha hai kya? #Delhi6
Includes support for n00b subtitles.
Song of the day: ‘Paimana Bitte’, a beautiful Darri/Farsi and Pashto/Afghani number from Zeb & Haniya’s debut album ‘Chup’.
एक जहां छोटा सा अपना एक जहां तुम्हारा
मुस्कान चाहे मीठी हो या आंसू एक खारा
चलो बाँट ले गम और ख़ुशी थोड़ी गुफ्तगू कर लें,
कहो Kya Khayaal Hai
24 hours to the Dewarists EP 2 with Shantanu, Swanand, Zeb & Haniya.
Bacchon jaisi baatein mat kar, ab hum bade ho gaye hain. #Delhi6
Song of the day: ‘Tumhein Dillagi Bhool Jani Padegi’ by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan saab.
September 20th is close. Until then,
@rakeshrach You bet! Every little snippet released has been extremely captivating. 6 more days to countdown.
“Humein mard bana do.
“Thare se kisne bola main mard banati hoon?
“Sab jaante hai. Ab hum bade ho gaye hain, humein banna hai!
Say Na Na. #CouplesRetreat
“It is possible, of course, to render dil, khoon & kismat (heart, blood and destiny) as hriday, rakt & bhagya but it doesn’t often happen.”
Log sunenge to kya kahenge?
“Chutiya aashiqi ke chakkar mein mar gaya, aur laundiya bhi nahin mili.” #YehSaaliZindagi
Album of the day: Dil Chahta Hai Background Score by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. Notables: Opening, Sid’s theme, Opera Experience & Campus Vision.
Posters such as this don’t deserve to be relegated to a Facebook album.
Tumne bhi meri zindagi bachai hogi.
“Nahin Sukhi, isne teri zindagi nahin bachai.”
Koi baat nahin, kabhi na kabhi zaroor bachaegi. #RDB
So, 2011: Dhobi Ghat, Yeh Saali Zindagi, 7 Khoon Maaf, Shor In the City, Stanley Ka Dabba, Shaitan, Delhi Belly, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara…
“Zarre zarre mein usi ka noor hai. Tu na jhaank woh tujhme bekasoor hai. Ishq hai khudse toh sabse ishq kar, is ibaadat ka yahi dastoor hai.
Song of the day: Aahatein (Live & Unplugged) by Agnee, featuring Rahul Ram and Pritam. /via @souvikdg
Arrey ruk ja…
Arrey tham ja…
Arrey ruk ja re bandeh.
notices blood on legs
Arrey, yeh kaise ho gaya?
realizes he was hit by a bullet
Aww, shit. Yeh kab hua?
Ye ‘teja teja’ kya hai, yeh ‘teja teja’? #AndaazApnaApna
Arrey Khurana sir pe toh aapne jaado kar diya hai.
He loves you. #KhoslaKaGhosla
Nalayak, adharmi, durachaari, vamachaari, bhrashtachaari, bol sorry! #JaaneBhiDoYaaron
Kunaal Roy Kapoor (Nitin/photographer in Delhi Belly) also *ed in Loins of Punjab and directed The President is Coming. #didyouknow
Pancham Da’s Happy Budday today. From the soothing Aandhi to that heck of an adrenaline boost called Pyaar Humein, long live R.D. Burman.
Album of the day: Meenaxi, the film collaboration between A.R. Rahman and M.F. Husain.
New Age hitting Indi Pop with Prashant Pillai’s contributions to the Shaitain soundtrack? ‘Nasha’ stands out in particular.
Song of the day: Soz-e-Ishq, delivered in the spiritual voice of Abida Parveen.
Paagal Subtitle: Lost—nope, gained in translation! Fun project by @bethlovesbolly
Song of the day: ‘Kyun Main Jaagoon’ from Shankar-@EhsaanSEL-Loy’s Patiala House, rendered searchingly by Shafqat Amanat Ali.
Song of the day: The folksy and stirring ‘Pyaasi’ by Swarathma (feat. Shubha Mudgal).
Very puzzling. /via @AuteurMark
Song of the day: Khidki by The Raghu Dixit Project (@trdp).
Song of the day: ‘Warriors In Peace’, from Rahman’s score for the Chinese language film 天地英雄 / Warriors of Heaven and Earth.
Song of the day: ‘Arrey Ruk Ja Re Bandeh’ from Black Friday. By Indian Ocean.
“… then they fight you, then you win.”
Song of the day: Jinhe naaz hai hind par woh kahan hain? By Rabbi Shergill.
Song of the day: Gangaram Sakhet’s Chola Maati Ke Ram, composed & performed by Nageen Tanveer for Peepli [Live].
“.. jeevan mukti kar le..”
R.I.P. Pandit Bhimsen Joshi.
Song of the day: Naina Laggeyan Baarishan … Tujhe Bhula Diya by Vishal-Shekhar.