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Arijit Singh’s “voice of gold” comes to Ypsilanti

Photography by Bhumika Shah This wasn’t about being Indian, this was about the music you hear with your soul. Like many did before the Arijit Singh concert, you may have expected to walk into another Bollywood theatrical production of lead singers interacting with an enthused audience in between learned choreography moves. But there was a

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Top 10 Bollywood Music Countdown

1 – Coca Cola | Luka Chuppi #1 requested song on DJ TIGER’s 88.1FM radio show  is the hit song “Coca Cola” from the upcoming bollywood movie “Luka Chuppi”. This song is sung by Tony Kakkar and Neha Kakkar. 2 – First Class | Kalank Presenting the song video of “First Class” from the upcoming

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A weekend of Indian culture at the DIA

As part of its yearlong celebration of Asian art, the Detroit Institute of Arts hosted its inaugural “Celebrate India” festival from April 5-7. Over 5,000 patrons to the DIA enjoyed live musical entertainment — classical and Bollywood — as well as instrumental melodies. Classical and folk dances from various states of India also graced the

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Top 10 Bollywood Music Countdown – Provided By DJ TIGER

#1 Apna Time Aayega | Gully Boy Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt #1 requested song on DJ TIGER’s FM Radio show – TigerRadio 88.1FM Presenting the First Song from Gully Boy sung by Ranveer Singh & composed by Dub Sharma & DIVINE.  #2 Coca Cola | Luka Chuppi Tony Kakkar, Neha Kakkar Presenting the video song

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Top 10 Bollywood Music Countdown

#1 Aankh Marey |  Simmba Neha Kakkar, Mika Singh And Kumar Sanu “Aankh Marey” song is from the movie Simmba. This iconic song is recreated by Tanishk Bagchi, sung by Neha Kakkar, Mika Singh, Kumar Sanu and written by Shabbir Ahmed. #2 Proper Patola  |  Namaste England Diljit Dosanjh, Badshah, Aastha Gill ‘Proper Patola’ is

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Dhamaal brings Bollywood to Detroit

Eight college dance teams took the stage at Detroit’s legendary Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, Feb. 2. The Bollywood-fusion competition was a sold-out show attracting college students and patrons from across the country, who enjoyed a lineup of Gator Adaa from the University of Florida, the University of Michigan’s Michigan Izzat,

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A glimpse of the divine at the Detroit Institute of Arts

On a Tuesday morning in December, we met with DIA Assistant Curator Katherine Kasdorf and Vice President of the Friends of Asian Arts and Culture auxiliary group Anita Rajpal for a tour of the museum’s recently opened gallery for Indian and Southeast Asian Art. We discussed the gallery’s commissioned contemporary works, the thematic approach organizing

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Decoding business casual

Ever wonder if you’re dressed appropriately for the business casual dress code? When the trend of business casual dressing first began, it meant simply ditching the suit and putting on a pair of khaki pants and a polo shirt for men, and changing out of the heels for women. Now, appropriate attire varies dramatically depending

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