Bollywood breathes fresh in music circuit
For ages Bollowood or the Hindi Film industry has been dominated by regular singers. The classical film makers hardly bothered to experiment with different songs or style of music. Recently, the experimentism and bold moves could be noticed in Bollywood family. Film makers are introducing different subjects and introducing new ways of film making. The audience is exposed to make choices from the array of films. Thus new subjects are now demanding a different music. Hence, the hindi film industry is now introducing fresh scores and tracks that are sung by new voices.
The songs demanded fresh tone and energy, which could be extracted from these new singers.
One song sung by the Indo-Canadian bhangra/hip-hop group 'Josh' which will be a part in Akshay Kumar's co-production, 'Speedy Singhs', the upcoming film. In this film the song 'Chaddi' will feature stars like Vinay Virmani, Russell Peters, Camilla Belle and Anupam Kher. The music of this film has been composed by Sandeep Chowta.
Josh's tracks are highly inspired by electronic and house based sound which is mostly appreciated by the Canadian ethnic community, and has also found appreciation recently amidst the Non-desi fans. According to the singer Rupinder, they performed the song with the much demanded attitude as described by the script writer. And he also commented that he is very happy to be a part of this film.
Shehzaad Roy's "Bullshit" is a year old film the sound track was highly appreciated all over. Most of the songs were composed, written and sung in Pakistan. The lyrics make fun of corrupt politicians directly: "Sadak aur bridge banainge (Bull Shit), traffic main nahi phasain ge (Bull Shit), waqt pe kaam honge (Bull Shit)". These lyrics were appreciated post Anna Hazare movement.
Shivi R Kashyap:
Is the niece of Danny Denzongpa's, Shivi R Kashyap is making her musical debut in Deepa Sahi's 'Tere Mere Phere'. With a composer-father and a classically trained dancer, music is in her genes.
With his film Guzaarish he achieved two nominations for Best Debut (Film Music) and Best Music Director of the Year at the Global Indian Music Academy.
Bhansali 's nomination places him beside other music makers Lehmber Hussainpuri (for Sadi-Gali - 'Tanu Weds Manu'), Krsna (Rangrez - 'Tanu Weds Manu'), Bhadwai Village Mandal (Mehngayi Dayain - PEEPLI [Live]) and Mamta Sharma (Munni Badnam – Dabangg)
Thus with time, Bollywood has now learnt to offer the scope to the right person as demanded by the song and film.