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23rd Dec '15 4:51:21 PM MarkLungo
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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of India's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year.

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Most of India's UsefulNotes/{{India}}'s music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of India's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages ([[UsefulNotes/IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year.



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24th Mar '14 8:44:55 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Alaipayuthey}} (2000, Tamil)

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* {{Alaipayuthey}} Film/{{Alaipayuthey}} (2000, Tamil)
3rd Feb '14 8:28:13 PM karstovich2
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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of india's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year.

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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of india's India's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year.
17th Mar '13 5:25:56 AM HariSeldon
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* Roja Kootam (2002, Tamil)
4th Mar '12 5:59:31 PM rago
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!!Recommended Soundtracks (chronological order):
* Sholay
* Deeqar

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!!Recommended Soundtracks (chronological (original language titles only, in chronological order):
* Sholay
Sholay (1975, Hindi)
* DeeqarShankarabharanam (1979, Telugu)
* Ananda Bhairavi (1983, Kannada/Telugu)
* Sagara Sangamam (1983, Telugu)
* Swarnakamalam (1988, Telugu)



* Iruvar (1997, Tamil)



* Rhythm (200, Tamil)

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* Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal (2000, Malayalam)
* Rhythm (200, (2000, Tamil)
4th Mar '12 5:35:47 PM rago
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Composers, lyricists and Playback singers are well respected in the industry. A soundtrack is guaranteed to sell if a famous composer is associated with it. [[strike:Possibly]] The most renowned composers are A.R. Rahman and Ilaiyaraaja (also playback singers). Ilaiyaraaja is the senior composer and has done tracks for all the South Indian industries (mostly Tamil) and Hindi. He has an astounding 900 movies under his belt. Rahman is the newer composer: he's the guy that did ''SlumdogMillionaire''. Well-known singers include: Lata Mangeskar, Hariharan, Balasubramaniam, Asha Bhosle, and everyone else in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3TtgYuaVFk that one music video where Rahman shows off]].

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Composers, lyricists and Playback singers are well respected in the industry. A soundtrack is guaranteed to sell if a famous composer is associated with it. [[strike:Possibly]] The most renowned composers are A.R. Rahman and Ilaiyaraaja (also playback singers). Ilaiyaraaja is the senior composer and has done tracks for all the South Indian industries (mostly Tamil) and Hindi. He has an astounding 900 movies under his belt. Rahman is the newer composer: he's the guy that did ''SlumdogMillionaire''. Well-known singers include: Lata Mangeskar, Hariharan, S.P. Balasubramaniam, Hariharan, K.S. Chitra, Asha Bhosle, Shreya Ghoshal, Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, and everyone else in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3TtgYuaVFk that one music video where Rahman shows off]]. S. Janaki
12th Feb '12 6:20:31 PM Bookyangel2438
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Deeqar

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* Deeqar
3rd Nov '11 6:02:47 PM ChunkyDaddy
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* DilSe (1998, Hindi)

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* DilSe Bollywood/DilSe (1998, Hindi)
15th Apr '11 6:45:13 PM FruityOatyBars
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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of india's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year. So, SturgeonsLaw does apply to Hollywood and it's morons.

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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of india's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year. So, SturgeonsLaw does apply to Hollywood and it's morons.
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10th Mar '11 4:38:30 PM hollywoodfaggot
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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian pop music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of india's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year. So, SturgeonsLaw does apply to Hollywood and it's morons.

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Most of India's music industry is tied to its movie industry. Meaning that Indian pop music is based off of Indian films. As a whole, this genre is called "filmi music". All of india's language-based film industries ([[IndianLanguages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc.]]) involve musicals. Movie soundtracks will typically contain 5-10 songs, and there are around 1,000 films released in India each year. So, SturgeonsLaw does apply to Hollywood and it's morons.
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