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 |  27 Jun 2022

‘The beauty of ‘Choti Choti Gal’ lies in the spontaneity of the lyric’, says Music Composer Arjuna Harjai

MUMBAI: Singer, Music Composer-Digital Content Creator Arjuna Harjai dropped his latest song “Choti Choti Gal” sang by Aparshakti Khurana “The beauty of the song lies in the spontaneity with which it was written”.

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 |  22 Oct 2007

Pakistani rock musician Mekaal Hasan - 'The way forward for bands is to make more videos'

Mekaal Hasan is a leading musician and record producer from Pakistan, who has worked in the capacity of a guest artist and/or record producer in the Pakistani music industry with many Pakistani bands and solo artists at home and abroad. He is also the band leader and composer for perhaps Pakistan's critically acclaimed band, "Mekaal Hasan Band", known to its fans as "MHB". Mekaal also played bass as a guest artist for one of South Asia's leading rock bands ' Junoon'. Excerpts:

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 |  18 Oct 2007

Big FM's RJ Sekhar - 'I use as much simple, local language as I can'

A chess champ, veejay and an RJ, Sekhar can easily claim to be the 'most popular face' on radio in Hyderabad. After a stint in SFM, Sekhar jumped over to Big FM and has been hosting the Big Sandadi show for a while now. He is also the only RJ from the city of the Char Minar to bag two awards at the India Radio Forum. In a chat with Radioandmusic.com's Sonal Tirthani, Sekhar talks about the art and science of RJing. Excerpts:

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 |  06 Oct 2007

Radio Mirchi RJ Sana - "I never call myself khubsoorat on my show!"

She's a typical 22 year old Mumbaikar who loves hanging out at Carter Road or Fame Adlabs, loves experimental cooking, and also loves to talk! Khoobsurat Sana, who can be heard daily on Radio Mirchi, unplugged in an exclusive interview with Radioandmusic.com's Aaishwari Chouhan. Excerpts: How did jocking happen to you?

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 |  05 Oct 2007

Music director Siddharth - 'It's important to be different to be noticed'

The music industry is a mother that welcomes every child with a warm hug. Though there are established names in the industry, it is always looking for something 'new'. Every film needs to be different in relation to its music. The recent track that is on every college goers mind is 'Dum laga' from Dil, Dosti, etc….

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 |  02 Oct 2007

Singer Shibani Kashyap - "Reality talent shows should shun controversy"

She's a singer, has composed her own music and has also acted in films.Better known for numbers like'Sajna Aa Bhi Jaa' from'Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II' and'Zinda Hoon Main' from'Zinda', Shibani is now poised to cut her own album with T Series.

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 |  29 Sep 2007

Radio City's RJ Vera - 'Remixes are popular in London too!'

Radio City recently sent four of its best RJs to London with the objective of enhancing their skill sets and providing a platform to learn and imbibe the best practices in global radio. RJ Vera, who hosts Lucknow's popular morning breakfast show 'The Radio City Breakfast Show' was one of the four to be chosen for the 'The Radio City CEO Award for On-Air Talent'. Vera hosts a fun, light-hearted, entertaining show which freely imparts information without making any demands on her listeners' busy mornings.

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 |  26 Sep 2007

Radio City's RJ Manish Vallicha - I have an answer for or an opinion on everything!

Born and brought up in Mumbai, and when not busy in the studio or in shoots, loves chilling out at Olive, China House and Zenzi.

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 |  03 Sep 2007

Radio One RJ Annie Arakkal - Originality is the only thing that's appreciated at a radio station

29 years old, married and staying with her in-laws; a shopaholic who loves to frequent Bandra's Linking Road and Colaba Causeway; a Hard Rock Caf?© enthusiast. Also, an RJ with Radio One. Annie Arakkal's isn't just your girl next door.....she's a radio jock, a scheduler, producer cum manager as well. The 'multi tasker' offers Aaishwari Chouhan a peek into her life and her take on the radio industry. Excerpts:

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 |  24 Aug 2007

Big FM RJ Lavanya - There's no RJ, other than me, who can sing!

Born in Chennai, brought up in Mumbai and a typical Mumbai-ite at heart, is how she describes herself. RJ Lavanya sounds just as fresh at the age of 30 as she would have a decade ago. Single by choice and proud to be so till she finds the guy 'she would want to fall in love with', Lavanya is quite content with her life. The 'ladki sayani' of Radio City who recently turned Big FM's 'ladki mastani' in a tete-a-tete with Aaishwari Chouhan. Excerpts:

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 |  09 Aug 2007

Karunya - The whole industry is my godfather

Karunya typifies the NextGen of vocalists in India. Trained in Carnatic music from age three, he picked up an impressive array of awards through his teenage years. But nationwide fame came his way overnight when he made it to the last three finalists of Indian Idol II.

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 |  04 Aug 2007

Interview with the group `Rouge`

Firstly I`ll begin by asking you how Rouge came about?

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