RadioandMusic
| 19 Jun 2019
Shemaroo Entertainment and Radio Nasha screen the classic movie 'Amar Akbar Anthony'

MUMBAI: Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd and Radio Nasha recently screened the classic movie 'Amar Akbar Anthony' Deepak Cinema, Lower Parel. Shemaroo Entertainment's FilmiGaane YouTube channel, along with Radio Nasha, celebrated the era of retro music, to take the audience down the memory lane and relive the nostalgia. It was also an effort the keep retro music live and popular amongst today’s generation.

‘Amar Akbar Anthony’, released in 1977, was directed by Manmohan Desai. Featuring the top actors of the time, namely Vinod Khanna, Rishi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, ShabanaAzmi, Neetu Singh and Parveen Babi among other actors cast spellson the audience. The film became a landmark in the history of Indian Cinema. Today, the movie is counted among the cult films that every generation must watch!

Filmi Gaane, India’s No. 1 retro music YouTube channel is a treat for every music lover and Bollywood connoisseurs! The YouTube channel features chart buster songs from super-hit movies like Anand, Don, Bobby etc. It is sure to take one down the memory lane of the Golden Era of Film Music, right from the 1950s through the 1990s. It provides an audio-visual pleasure enabling one to listen to favourite songs and also watch them in their original ‘avatars’, by way of their picturisations on the legendary stars.

The original videos of songs are also available at Shemaroo’s Filmi Gaane App available for android and iPhone users. So what are you waiting for? Download the app now!!

Radio Nasha, HT Media Ltd.’s second radio station in Delhi (107.2 FM) and Mumbai (91.9 FM) is India’s first ‘cool retro’ station and plays Bollywood music mainly from ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. Radio Nasha aims to do justice to the excitement, romance and attitude of the magical eras of 1970s-1990s. Radio Nasha is packed with passion, fueled by Bollywood celebrities and driven by RJs with a style that is young, energetic and classy. Basis RAM, in mumbai the average time spent listening is 316 minutes and that for the Delhi station is 248 minutes. With six million listeners, such ratings and scores are historic in the radio industry.