Falguni Pathak is a queer icon
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Queer Icon & Dandiya Queen, Falguni Pathak Enthralls Beyond Music

For us 90s kids, it wasn’t just Falguni Pathak’s songs — from the sweet melody of Maine Payal Hai Chhankai to Meri Chunar Udd Udd…

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Historic Day that Popularised Pandit Ravi Shankar as ‘Godfather of World Music’

On a cloudy Sunday afternoon in July 1967, sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar played a mesmeric four-hour set at the Monterey International Pop Music Festival…

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blind voiceover artist resham talwar
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Bullied For Being Blind, I Found A Lucrative Career in Voiceovers & Music

Being blind since birth has never stopped 25-year-old Resham Talwar from dreaming big. Understanding rather early that navigating life would require some special skills, her…

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Indian Who Hitchhiked Through Middle East, Landed in England & Transformed Pop Music

What do the songs ‘Kung Fu Fighting’, ‘Aap Jaisa Koi’, ‘Disco Deewane’ and ‘Made in India’ have in common? Apart from selling millions of copies…

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Why I’ll Remember Bappi Lahiri as The Influencer Whose Music Touched Generations

When I first heard about the unfortunate demise of singer-composer Alokesh (aka Bappi) Lahiri earlier this morning, it didn’t strike me how much his music…

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