Music composer Aadesh Shrivastava took his last breath on the intervening night of September 4 and 5, and his family, friends and fans are grieving his early demise at 49. Singer Sonu Nigam who is said to be a good friend of the late composer has not got over the loss and is recalling his last co
Chandan rocks on 'Shakalaka Boom Boom' - Boogie Woogie - Season 2 - Episode 53
Rockstar at thirteen, Chandan Maheshwari rocks the Boogie Woogie stage with a brilliant performance on Himmesh Reshammiya's Shakalaka Boom Boom. Watch to find out what Jaaved has to say to him. Boogie Woogie was the first dance show format to hit Indian Television. It gives a platform to dancers- both Indian and Western. It has been entertaining audiences over the past ten years. Hosted by the popular Film and Television personalities Naved and Ravi, the highlight of the show is Javed Jaffery who is the permanent celebrity judge. Boogie Woogie is the ideal platform to showcase and launch new talent across the cross section of people from all backgrounds, age groups, genders and cities. It has time and again encouraged the common man to take to the stage and perform across various themes. Boogie Woogie is an iconic series, which has attracted celebrities like Esha Deol, Juhi Chawla, Rohit Roy, Mallika Sherawat, Govinda, Prabhudeva, Shefali Zariwala and Aadesh Srivastava as judges to add zeal and enthusiasm to the contest. The show is a nationwide talent hunt, which provides an opportunity for talent across the country to launch them in a fun filled and exciting dance show
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan his daughter-in-law and actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan attended the prayer meet of Aadesh Srivastava, who lost his life after battling against cancer for 44 days at Mumbai Kokilaben hospital on September 5. The prayer meet was held at Mumbai ISKCON temple on September 8.
The ‘Chautha’ of music composer Aadesh Srivastava was held on September 8 at the ISKCON temple. The ace music composer breathed his last after cancer revisited him for the third time and completely ruined him. After battling against cancer for 44 days at Mumbai Koilaben hospital, Aadesh Srivastav