Awaara

Awaara / The Tramp (1951)  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Nov. 8, 2015
Awaara / The Tramp (1951)

Awaara (1951)
DVDRip | AVI | 640 x 480 | XviD @ cd1 - 1113 Kbps; cd2 - 945 Kbps | 168 min | 1,39 Gb
Audio: Hindi MP3 @ 125 Kbps | Subs (srt): English, Turkish, Romanian, Bulgarian
Genre: Drama, Musical, Romance

Raj lives a life of poverty as a result of being estranged from his vindictive father, a wealthy district judge (played by Kapoor's real-life father Prithviraj Kapoor). Judge Raghunath threw Raj's mother out of the house years earlier on suspicion of infidelity. As a child, Raj befriends Rita in school, but Raj is removed from the school rolls while trying to maintain a job and Rita moves to another city. Even though they are separated, Rita remains in Raj's thoughts.

Studying Indian Cinema  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by libr at Sept. 24, 2016
Studying Indian Cinema

Studying Indian Cinema by Omar Ahmed
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1906733678, 1906733686 | 300 pages | PDF | 3 MB

VA - The History Of Indian Film Music (2010)  Music

Posted by Bouncer at Jan. 28, 2011
VA - The History Of Indian Film Music (2010)

VA - The History Of Indian Film Music (2010)
Soundtrack | MP3 VBR 224 kbps avg | 12:48:00 min | 1.15 GB
LABEL: Times Music and SaReGaMa | Original Release Date: 10 June 2010

Where would Indian cinema – especially Hindi cinema – be without its music? Each song tells a story in a different way. This 10 CD album unravels the milestones and magical moments of this rich music that has enthralled millions across the world with its variety and creativity.

Brian Silas - Nostalgic Indian Tunes on Piano Vol 4  Music

Posted by captainkirk at June 17, 2009
Brian Silas - Nostalgic Indian Tunes on Piano Vol 4

Brian Silas - Nostalgic Indian Tunes on Piano Vol 4
EAC | FLAC (with CUE) | No Log | MP3 (320 kbps) | 348MB + 135MB | Instrumental | RS

His 10 years tryst with the piano has got Brian fame and accolades from audiences in India and abroad. His genius has arrested the attention of the connoisseur as well as the uninitiated.

Although the piano has been widely used in picturising the romance in the Indian cinema, it is ironic that the main melody (song) was seldom composed with the piano in mind. It therefore becomes even more amazing how Brian has achieved in bringing out every nuance and detail of the lyrics and music becoming a one man orchestra on this grand instrument.

Brian has pioneered this technique to adapt the Piano a distinctively western instrument to the music of his own country. He evokes the nostalgia of great music directors like Khayyam, Salil Choudhary, O.P. Nayyar, S.D. Burman, Laxmi Kant Pyare Lal, Ravi and the inimitable Madan Mohan, leaving his audience spell bound.