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The crackpot who's actually a jackpot
Baba Sehgal is a warm subversive talent. Like Salman Rushdie, he picks up speech idiosyncrasies to bring his characters to instant life in Abb Mein Vengaboy

Hello with a lot of cello
The best song in this Tamil film album, a Prashanth starrer, is based on Puriya Dhanasri and uses snappy violins and cellos

Centenary tribute to a giant of American musical theatre
The stress is on selecting pieces that showcase Gershwin rather than jazz, which is as it should be. If some of them are not great jazz, Someone is Watching Over Me still is a fitting tribute

Two brothers, a film and eight music composers
Sunny Deol promises Dillagi with younger brother Bobby and Urmila. He has chosen to use eight music composers, a record of sorts!

Will just-married Madhuri say goodbye to movies?
While the industry is abuzz with the news that Pukar is Madhuri's last film, A R Rahman comes up with some good, quiet tunes

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