From his score for Ghungroo Ki Awaaz, Rahul Dev Burman creates this sinking-into-despair beauty that’s tightly knit into a musical form.
Seven numbers to celebrate Pancham. Seven sparks. Seven stars. Seven notes.
Rahul Dev Burman ensures even teetotallers partake this heady concoction. Frankly, he leaves us no choice.
Rahul Dev Burman creates an angstful question that drowns in melodic sorrow. A question that’s for our times, and also for and on his behalf.
For Pancham’s birthday on June 27.
‘Aandhi’ is a beautiful tapestry of the man-woman relationship that also doesn’t hesitate to tear it apart. Plus, Rahul Dev Burman weaves magic.
On Kishore Kumar’s birthday, on this Friendship day, and on Pancham day (which happens to be every day), it’s time to toast and cut the cake.
A snazzily romantic, tense number from ‘Raksha’ revisited (and rewritten). Happy birthday, Pancham.
Pancham’s use of Lata’s vocals. The unusual and the unexpected.
Using the lush, hush verdant hills of Shimla, director Sarthak Dasgupta creates a poetic ode to the exquisite and ethereal pain of waiting.