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Posted: 14 April 2006 at 2:06am | IP Logged

The voice comes to town

While the name A.R. Rahman might not ring a bell, you've probably been humming one of his greatest hits, which opens and closes the movie "The Inside Man" and is titled "Chaiyya Chaiyya."

When not contributing to the soundtrack of Spike Lee movies, Rahman spends his time being one of India's leading musicians, to the tune of 17 statuettes in his country's version of the Academy Awards. He's also the music director for Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Lord of the Rings," now playing in Toronto.

Rahman has sold more than 100 million albums, which is regarded within the industry as "a lot," and figures to draw a tidy crowd when he plays the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center at 7:30 p.m. April 15.

"Wake Up! A.R. Rahman with 150 All Stars" is a benefit for an EMU study program in India and will involve American and Indian singers and dancers along with colorful costumes and cellist V.R. Sekar, founder of the Madras String Quartet. Call (734) 487-2282 for tickets, which range from $50 to $205.

If there's a Q&A session, perhaps Rahman can say what he's looking for in Spike's picture. Chances are it's bundles of falling money, but he could simply be trying to remember what "Chaiyya Chaiyya" means.

Neal Rubin appears Sunday on Page 2A and Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday on the cover of Features. You can reach him at (313) 222-1874, nrubin@detnews.com, or 615 W. Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48226.

Source: http://www.detnews.com/

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Lyrics

" Ik onkaar ......"
 
Film:Rang De Basanti
 
Language:Hindi
 
Lyricist:Prasoon Joshi
 
Singer(s):Harshdeep Kaur
 
Ik onkaar satnaam
Kartaa purakh
Nirbh-a-o
Nirvain akaal moorat
Ajoonee saibhn gur parsaad jap
Aad sach jugaad sach
Hai bhee sach
Naanak hosee bhee sach
Sochai soch naa hov-a-ee
Jay sochee lakh vaar
Chupai chup naa hov-a-ee
Jay laa-i rahaa liv taar
Bhukhi-aa bhuk naa utree
Jay bannaa puree-aa bhaar
Sehas si-aanpaa lakh hoh
Taa ik naa chalai naal
Kiv sachi-aaraa ho-ee-ai
Kiv koorhai tutai paal
Hukam rajaa-ee chalnaa
Naanak likhi-aa naal
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Lyrics

" Khalbali ......"
 
Film:Rang De Basanti
 
Language:Hindi
 
Lyricist:Prasoon Joshi,Arabic lyrics by Nacim
 
Singer(s):A.R.Rahman, Aslam, Nacim
 
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Shola shola bal khaye
Dariya dariya lehraye
Zarra zarra tharraye
Hai khalbali
Shola shola bal khaye
Dariya dariya lehraye
Zarra zarra tharraye
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Zubaan
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Armaan
Ziddi hai toofan
Ziddi hum bhi yahaan
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Hone hone de nasha
Khone khone ko hai kya
Ek saans main peeja
Zara zindagi chadhha
Hai yeh to ek jashan
Tu thirak ne de kadam
Abhi saason mein ha dam
Abhi chalne de sitam
Aankhon mein hai khalbali
Dhadkaon mein khalbali
Mausamon mein khalbali
Hai khalbali
Kaisi yeh tabdeelee hai
Shee shee botal pee lee hai
Raat neeli neeli hai
Hai khalbali
Hum lapat ke saaye hai
Hum sulagne aaye hai
Ghar bata ke aaye hai
Hai khalbali
Hum lapat ke saaye hai
Hum sulagne aaye hai
Ghar bata ke aaye hai
Hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Zubaan
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Armaan
Ziddi hai toofan
Ziddi hum bhi yahaan
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Khalbali hai khalbali
Hai khalbali
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Zubaan
Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Ziddi Armaan
Ziddi hai toofan
Ziddi hum bhi yahaan
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'LOTR' musical lacks passion, magic
By JOHN COULBOURN -- Toronto Sun



TORONTO -- No, Frodo, this is not -- even in the language of Hobbits -- merely just another "there-and-back-again journey." Despite all its limitations, much is impressive in the $28-million stage production of The Lord Of The Rings, which opened tonight at the Princess of Wales Theatre. Not the least of which is the devotion with which adaptors Shaun McKenna and Matthew Warchus (who also directs) cleave to the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy, on which this stage-play-with-music is based. While dyed-in-the-wool Rings geeks will almost inevitably rail against what was left on the cutting-room floor, most theatre goers will be impressed with the detail McKenna and Warchus have managed to imbue their tale. By and large, the power of Tolkien's tale of a magical ring and the fellowship that forms around it to prevent it from destroying the world is undiminished in this theatrical distillation. And while I've got no idea just what $28 million looks like on stage (or off, for that matter), few will doubt that producers Kevin Wallace, Saul Zaentz, Michael Cohl and David and Ed Mirvish have spared any expense in bringing the work to life. Under their aegis, designer Rob Howell has woven a warren of roots into a fabulous set that consumes the entire proscenium of the theatre and gobbles up the loges as well in its determination to evoke Middle-earth. The same sense of lavish determination is also evident in Howell's costumes and Paul Pyant's often magical lighting design. This show is, in short, everything they've promised it would be. And somehow, just a little bit less. Because, finally, it all falls victim to its own hype. After promising the world a unique experience -- something akin to an explosive theatrical union between Cirque du Soliel and Shakespeare -- what they deliver instead is a rather well-behaved child of a union between J.R.R. Tolkien and The Lion King, with more than just a hint or two of Slava's Snowshow thrown in for good measure. From Orcs to Ents to disappearing Hobbits, Night Riders and the extravaganza that finally ends Act I, we've simply seen it all before -- and none of it has been reinvented in such a way as to make it fresh. As for the much vaunted stage, a technical web of elevators, lifts and turntables, it is -- in the final analysis -- far more interesting from an engineering point of view than a theatrical one. So while it all comes together to tell Tolkien's story, it never reaches that magical point where, as always happens in the best theatre, audience members are lifted out of their seats and carried into the story. It's as if the roots with which designer Howell has composed his sets have conspired to keep things resolutely earthbound. Ultimately, despite advance promise, the production lacks both the grand passion of Shakespeare's text and the magic and wonder Cirque almost always evokes. Ironically, it is the density of the story itself that keeps things from taking wing. Weighed down by sheer narrative volume, an incredibly talented cast rarely fully inhabits their characters in such a way as to make us care about them in any meaningful way. Brent Carver as Gandalf, Evan Buliung as Strider, Dion Johnstone as Boromir, Carly Street as Arwen, Richard McMillan as Saruman, James Loye as Frodo and Peter Howe as Sam -- and the rest of the 55-actor ensemble -- aren't able to fully realize their characters. The exception is Michael Therriault as the scene-stealing Gollum (Smeagol). His success only underlines the others' struggles. There is a brief frisson of romantic tension between Strider and Arwen, and a further intimation of the deep ties of friendship that bind Frodo and Sam -- but they are quickly brushed aside by the necessity of keeping this massive story moving ever forward. Musically, the score composed by A.R.Rahman and Varttina with Christopher Nightingale, under the direction of Rick Fox, is a mixed bag. When used as a bed on which to float elements of the story, the score often is effective although, frankly, not even Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture could save some of the lame battle scenes. But when it comes to aiding character development, the music rarely rises above the purely forgettable. This is not a score many will be humming as they leave the theatre. Much is made throughout the 3 1/2-hour production of the fact that the Ring carries the seeds of magic, and its destruction will banish magic from Middle-earth forever. Sadly, this production -- finally, far more a lavish pageant than a moving play -- offers scant proof that it was ever there.

Tickets for The Lord Of The Rings are on sale through June 26.

http://jam.canoe.ca/Theatre/Lord_Of_The_Rings/2006/03/23/150 2128-sun.html



Edited by sweetdisha - 14 April 2006 at 4:17am
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Lyrics

" Khoon chala ......"
 
Film:Rang De Basanti
 
Language:Hindi
 
Lyricist:Prasoon Joshi
 
Singer(s):Mohit Chauhan
 
Kuch kar guzarne ko
Khoon chala khoon chala
Aankhon ke sheeshey mein
Utarne ko khoon chala
Badan se tapak kar
Zameen se lipat kar
Galiyon se raston se
Ubhar kar umad kar
Naye rang bharne ko
Khoon chala khoon chala
Khuli si chot lekar
Badi si tees lekar
Aahista aahista
Savaalon ki ungli
Jawaabon ki muthee
Sang lekar khoon chala
Kuch kar guzarne ko
Khoon chala khoon chala
Aankhon ke sheeshey mein
Utarne ko khoon chala
Badan se tapak kar
Zameen se lipat kar
Galiyon se raston se
Ubhar kar umad kar
Naye rang bharne ko
Khoon chala khoon chala
Khoon chala
Khoon chala
Khoon chala
Khoon chala
Khoon chala
Khoon chala............


Edited by sweetdisha - 14 April 2006 at 4:21am
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NEWS
Kailasa launched

Posted online: Friday, March 17, 2006 at 0000 hours IST

Sony-BMG Music launched the debut album of singer Kailash Kher, Kailasa, at a function on March 7 in Mumbai. What made the occasion very special was that composer A.R.Rahman specially flew down from Chennai to grace the launch, with his new hairstyle catching instant attention. Kailash Kher, whose songs in films like Waisa Bhi Hota Hai - Part II and Mangal Pandey - The Rising made waves, teams up with brothers Paresh Kamath and Naresh Kamath in this album that is a synthesis of Sudi and contemporary music. Kailasa as an album expresses a longing for both worldly love as well as for the divine. The formal launch by A.R.Rahman was followed by a live performance by Kailash, Paresh and Naresh.
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Lyrics

" Lalkaar ......"
 
Film:Rang De Basanti
 
Language:Hindi
 
Lyricist:Prasoon Joshi
 
Singer(s):Aamir Khan & Chorus
 
Hai liye hathiyaar dushman taak mein baitha udhar
Aur hum taiyar hai seena liye apna idhar
Khoon se khelenge holi gar watan mushkil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamare dil mein hai...
Haath jinme ho junoon kat te nahi talwaar se
Sar jo ut jaate hai woh jhukte nahi lalkaar se
Haath jinme ho junoon kat te nahi talwaar se
Sar jo ut jaate hai woh jhukte nahi lalkaar se
Aur bhadkega jo sholaa saa hamaare dil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamare dil mein hai...
Hum to ghar se nikle hi the baandh ke sar pe kafan
Jaan hatheli par liye ab bad chale hai yeh kadam
Zindagi to apni mehmaan maut ki mehfil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamare dil mein hai...
Dil mein toofanon ki toli aur nason mein inquilab
Hosh dushman ke udaa denge hame roko na aaj
Door reh paaye jo humse dum kahaan manzil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamare dil mein hai...
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamare dil mein hai...
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Lyrics

"Luka Chuppi ......"
 
Film:Rang De Basanti
 
Language:Hindi
 
Lyricist:Prasoon Joshi
 
Singer(s):Lata Mangeshkar, A.R.Rahman
 
Luka chuppi bahut hui
Saamne aa jaa naaa
Kahaan kahaan dhoondha tujhe
Thak gayi hai ab teri maa
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Kya bataoon maa kahaa hoon main
Yahaan udne ko mere khula aasmaan hai
Tere kisson jaisa bhola salona jahaan hai yahaan sapno waala
Meri patang ho befikar ud rahi hai maa
Dor koi loote nahin beech se kaate na
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Teri raah takey akhiyaan jaane kaisa kaisa hoye jiya
Teri raah takey akhiyaan jaane kaisa kaisa hoye jiya
Dheere dheere angan utre andhera mera deep kahaan
Dhalke suraj kare ishaara chanda tu hai kahaan
Mere chanda tu hai kahaan
Luka chuppi bahut hui
Saamne aa jaa naaa
Kahaan kahaan dhoondha tujhe
Thak gayi hai ab teri maa
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Kaise tujhko dikhau yahaan hai kya
Maine jharne se paani maa tod ke piya hai
Guchcha guchcha kai khwabon ka
Uchal ke chuwaa hai........
Chhaaya liye bhali dhoop yahaan hai
Naya naya sa hai roop yahaa
Yahaan sab kuch hai maa phir bhi
Lage bin tere mujhko akela
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na
Aaja saanjh hui mujhe teri fikar
Dhundhla gayi dekh meri nazar aa jaa na


Edited by sweetdisha - 14 April 2006 at 4:56am

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