A selection of popular interviews with Bollywood Singers.
Touqeer Butt chats with Indian playback singer and music director, Ankit Tiwari. Ankit's career began upon meeting Pradeep Sarkar, where he got a chance to work on jingles and started composing background scores for television programmes.
Touqeer Butt spoke to Babul Supriya. Babul Supriya Baral, or Babul Supriyo, is an Indian playback singer, actor and politician. Currently he is a Minister of State for Urban Development, and for Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, under the Government of India.
Touqeer Butt was in conversation with Dr. Palash Sen from Euphoria, an Indian rock band from Delhi, India. Dr. Palash Sen and his friends created Euphoria in New Delhi in 1988. The band is considered the soul of the pop music wave which hit India in the mid nineties. They released their fifth studio album 'Item' in 2011 on Universal Music India.
Missri speaks to upcoming singer Indeep Bakshi about his music launch in Bollywood.
Missri speaks to Kailash Kher, Indian pop-rock singer with a music style influenced by Indian folk music. He has sung in 20 languages for Indian films, and over 500 songs for Bollywood.
Touqeer Butt speaks to Kavita Seth, a playback singer in Hindi cinema, as well as a performer of Ghazal and Sufi music. Kavita has formed her musical group, Karwaan Group, a band of Sufi musicians.
Touqeer Butt chats with Richa Sharma, an Indian film playback singer as well a devotional singer. In 2006, she sang Bollywood's longest track, the bidaai song, in the film Baabul.
Touqeer Butt chats to Sukhwinder Singh, an Indian Bollywood playback singer famous for singing "Chaiyya Chaiyya" for which he won the Best Male Playback Award at the 1999 Filmfare Awards. The song, from Mani Ratnam's 1998 film Dil Se.., was composed by A. R Rehman.
Darshana Ghalsasi spoke to Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar , Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar is an artist of international acclaim in the field of Indian classical and devotional music. Hes the disciple of the legendary Pandit Jasraj and comes from the renowned Mewati Gharana of Indian classical music. He is considered one of the great exponents of this genre.
He won the coveted National Award in 1998 winner as best male playback for the Hindi film ‘Godmother’.
and concert at the Berry Theatre on Saturday 4th June 2016 and delivered a musical experience that was unique and yet universal in its meaning, transcending cultural and geographical boundaries.