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United States United States. DJ since Jan 31, 2009
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mgill Tough choice: I like the clean simplicity of the film version of this song (from the film "1971"), but this remix really grooves
mgill Punjabi Daler Mehndi's dance number is sheer madness.
mgill A. R. Rahman's equivalent of the "Rocky" theme - see the film "Lagaan" if you don't know what I mean
mgill Can't remember how many times I heard this breezy romantic classic growing up.
mgill Here's a throwback tune: South Asian melodies and percussion, Hindi lyrics, synth pop, and, ah, that voice!
mgill This one shows up in both the Bollywood comedy "Biwi No. 1" and "Monsoon Wedding"
mgill Remember when this one was just THE bhangra track that you heard everywhere? It still delivers . . .

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mgill M.I.A. really owns this one, just the tune for making your way on the Indian railways, a la "Slumdog Millionaire."
mgill When disco and Bollywood came together
mgill That's "Asha" as in Asha Bhosle of course, one of the top playback singers.
mgill They call this kicking it Punjabi style
mgill Try to keep your shoulders from grooving bhangra-style to this one
mgill The obligatory bhangra sequence in "Jab We Met"
mgill The prolific R. D. Burman composed and (unusually) sang on this enduring tune from the "curry Western" classic "Sholay"
mgill Here's hoping A. R. Rahman wins his first Oscar for this end credits song from "Slumdog Millionaire"
mgill "Hum chale, hum chale!" ("let's go")
mgill Asha Bhosle classic from 1971. Bollywood funk indeed.
mgill A. R. Rahman classic (composer of Slumdog Millionaire)
   
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