Topic started by Venki (@ 18.104.22.168) on Wed Jan 14 00:14:24 EST 2004.
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IN BOLLYWOOD, where playback singers emerge by the day, Kavita Subramaniam, with two decades of singing behind her, stands tall. In the city recently in connection with her husband L. Subramaniam's "Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival," Kavita took time off to speak about her recent hit numbers and the release of her new album this year.
A Delhiite, trained in Hindustani and Rabindra Sangeet, Kavita, as a teenager, who left the capital for Mumbai to pursue her passion in music, would hardly have dreamt that one day she would lend her versatile chords to glamour girls of the big screen and working with veterans as Lakshmikant Pyarelal, Hemant Kumar, Manna Dey, R.D. Burman or the still recent Ismail Durbar and A.R. Rahman.
For more: http://www.hindu.com/lf/2004/01/14/stories/2004011410610200.htm
- From: AV (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Wed Jan 14 10:02:38 EST 2004
"Kavita is looking forward to the release of her album later this year, composed by L. Subramaniam. She would feature along with big names as Pandit Jasraj, Hariharan, Sonu Nigam, Hariharan and Lucky Ali, for Javed Akhtar's lyrics. "
Pandit Jasraj and **Lucky Ali** (of all people) in ONE album. ROTFL!
"Her memorable moment? To commemorate the 100 years of Nobel Peace prize, Kavita and Subramaniam were chosen to represent the Asian continent. Their composition `Transcendental Peace' has the violin strains along with Kavita singing the words of Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela! "
This was news to me. I can't wait for many more LS-KS ventures. Her ability to sing classical songs with ease is being totally wasted. Our loss :-(
- From: amol tulse (@ )
on: Mon Feb 16 16:00:29 EST 2004
excellant keep it up
- From: hehehewalrus (@ )
on: Sat Sep 18 12:57:03 EDT 2004
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