“Crass, Clueless Comedy”, “Cringe fest”, “Filthy”. Well these words mean nothing to producer Ekta Kapoor. Her latest venture “Kya Super Kool Hain Hum” has amassed 30 crore in the first three days at the box office. As she says, “We got gaalis (criticism) from the critics and taalis (applaus
Armin van Buuren - A State Of Trance Radio Top 20 - October 2011
Download this release on Beatport! bit.ly Download this release on iTunes! bit.ly Are you from the USA or Canada? Click here! bit.ly Listen to this release on Spotify!: bit.ly From now on, the A State of Trance Radio Top 15 will be a Top 20. We treat you to 5 more tracks for the same price, with all of the radioshow's highlights gathered in one pack. Enjoy Armin's remix of 'Hannah -- Falling Away' and his collab with Ferry Corsten on 'Brute', but also rock to the beats of Andy Moor, Temple One, Junkie XL, Super8 & Tab and many more. Tracklist: Ferry Corsten vs. Armin van Buuren - Brute (Radio Edit) (03:32) Hannah - Falling Away (Armin van Buuren Remix Edit) (03:58) Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge - Mansion (Original Mix Edit) (04:20) Myon & Shane 54 - Futuristic (Green and Falkner Remix) (07:46) Andy Moor feat. Sue McLaren - Fight The Fire (Norin & Rad Remix) (07:37) Tom Colontonio feat. CiBon - The Sun (Original Mix) (07:01) Tenishia - Shores Of Eden (Original Mix) (06:47) Mark Eteson feat. Audrey Gallagher - Breathe On My Own (Daniel Kandi Remix) (06:31) Temple One - World Beyond (Daniel Kandi & Phillip Alpha Remix) (07:18) Lost Witness vs Antillas & Dankann feat. Sarah Jane Neild - Chasing Rainbows [Lost Witness vs. Antillas & Dankann] (Antillas & Dankann Dark Instrumental Mix) (08:30) Junkie XL - Molly's E (Original Mix) (05:40) W&W - Beta (Original Mix) (05:25) Super8 & Tab - Bliss (4 Strings Remix Edit) (03:22) Lange feat. Jennifer Karr - Songless (06:58) Mat Zo ...
Sarah Jane Dias
With Bollywood films around, there can never be a dull moment. As packaged blend of entertainment, they can have you thrilled to bits. In addition to twists and turns, witty repartee, loads of music and alluring sequences of dance; increasingly popular item dances are the usual sources of succor
2011 was a good year for Bollywood, in terms of success of many of its movies and the revenue that they generated. The year saw many young talents, both men and women being unearthed. While some of them attained glory, the others disappeared to oblivion. We have seen glimpses of excellence in ma