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Bollywood's lyricist Sameer on 'Life ki Dhun with Sonu Niigaam' on Radio City 91 FM

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'Aksar' shabdh sab keh deteh hai.........

Catch the King of Words, Sameer on the Hot-seat of Sonu Niigaam ~ Don't miss 'Life ki Dhun with Sonu Niigaam' this Friday, April 21st,

2006 at 8.00 pm only on Radio City 91 FM~



Mumbai, April 20, 2006: Come Friday and Sonu Niigaam becomes the part of every household in Mumbai with his new show only on Radio City 91 FM, 'Life ki Dhun with Sonu Niigaam' from 8.00 pm to 10.00 pm. This week, join the connoisseur of voice Sonu Niigaam in a candid conversation with Bollywood's lyricist par excellence, Sameer, who has captured the hearts of millions with his heart-rendering songs in films like Dil, Aashique, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Soldier, Ghulam, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Aksar to name a few.



Starting at the bottom of the ladder like any newcomer, the first song Sameer wrote was in 1983 for the film Bekhabar - 'Gori Pareshan Hai Kali Pareshan Hai'. After that, the King of Words went on to work at

breakneck speed, churning out some 3500 songs in the next ten years,

setting a record of sorts. He has worked with the maximum number of

music directors and whatever his detractors said, he proved his complete versatility, working in two languages, Hindi and Bhojpuri.



Get a peep into his journey to fame and success. How can he churn out

lyrics for songs at such a fast rate? Difference between lyricist and

poet? His experience working with Karan Johar. How did he manage to

work with so many people and satisfy them all?



This and much more!! So...tune into 'Life ki Dhun with Sonu Niigaam'

on Friday, April 21, 2006 at 8:00 pm only on Radio City 91 FM to find

out what the two greats of the Indian Music Industry have in-store for you...

About Radio City

Radio City is India's first and leading hit music FM radio brand. Promoted by Music Broadcast Private Limited (MBPL), the private FM network has captured the hearts of millions of listeners across Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore & Lucknow. Radio City broadcasts 24/7, using state of the art digital stereo FM for unmatched quality in signal strength, clarity and brilliance. Backed by expertise in programming, sales and marketing, Radio City is characterized by exciting shows that give it unmatched popular appeal. Innovative programming, vivacious radio jockeys and popular contemporary music uniquely position Radio City to deliver targeted audiences across India's most important cities.

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