• Arziyaan – Lyrics

    March 21, 2018

    Written in Hindi for TWF by Manoj Yadav One look at you; my whole life falls in line. I pray for you: before I called you mine. I can’t believe it’s true, sometimes. I can’t believe it’s true. Jaan ban gaya tu, Bas mujhi mein dhadakta hai tu. Jaan ban gaya tu, Ruh ko saans…

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  • 11 Beautiful Bridal Entry Songs

    January 15, 2018

    Of the many paths we walk, the one down the alter will always remain the most memorable one for any woman. A ‘bridal entry song’, as has become the term these days, is in fact quite a significant choice to make. Be it a song being played on loudspeakers or sung live, the sentiment still…

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  • Arziyaan (ft. Devangi Chopra)

    January 11, 2018

    From Bipasha Basu & Karan Singh Grover’s wedding trailer, in the voice of Devangi Chopra, here’s presenting the most loved TWF soundtrack this year, Arziyaan. Created by: Vishal Punjabi Directed by: Juhii Gopalakishnan & Dhwani Shah Cinematography: Abhijit Datta Sound Engineer: Gaurav Chopra Edited by: Dhwani Shah Colorist: Stuti Babbar Cover Photography: Roshni Khatri

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  • What’s on my iPod?

    August 24, 2017

    I am a city kid. I grew up in the heart of a busy neighbourhood with big movie hoardings and tiny cement playgrounds. Obviously, I spent the better half of my free time in front of the TV. Growing up, my exposure to music was limited to what I heard in movies. Mumbai never really…

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  • Meher Teri

    July 21, 2017

    After capturing over a 100 weddings, what’s most humbling is that along with our films, the music we use has become a part of The Wedding Filmer’s identity. Making music for a wedding film requires a structure and an approach that leaves space for improvisation. As artists there are times when we can get a…

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  • What’s on my iPod?

    December 19, 2016

    At some point, between wedding films and heartbreak, I was struck by the fact that almost all of the songs I was hearing on the internet, half consciously humming along or committing to a memory were all about love. Different shades of love, yes, and different stages of it too. The heat and hunger of…

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  • What’s on my iPod?

    November 2, 2016

    I know I’m not physically hurt. Though it feels like I’ve been kicked in the stomach by steel-toed boots, my abdomen isn’t bruised. Spiking cortisol levels are causing my muscles to tense, diverting blood away from my gut leading to this twisting, gnawing agony that I cannot stop thinking about. I can’t stop crying. I…

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  • What’s on my iPod?

    October 14, 2016

    The first thing I learnt about courting a girl was from my music teacher in kindergarten. I had a little crush on Momo Ting, I would look at her and sing Harry Belafonte’s ‘Jamaican Farewell’ as Mr. Morgan banged on his piano. After the recital, he called me up front and whispered in my ear,…

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