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  1. Lata Mangeshkar (born Hema Mangeshkar; 28 September 1929 – 6 February 2022) was an Indian legendary playback singer, music producer and music director who made music in Hindi and other Indian languages.

  2. 1998–2000: Aladdin: February 6, 1994 – May 1, 1994: 1997 –2000: DuckTales (1987) October 2, 1995 –2000 Timon and Pumbaa: September 1, 1997 –2000 June 5, 2006 –May 16, 2008 Gargoyles: September 4, 1998–2000 February 22, 2004 Quack Pack: September 17, 1998–1999 — 101 Dalmatians: The Series: October 5, 1998–1999 2011; 2012–13

  3. G. V. Prakash Kumar is an Indian composer, actor, producer and singer known for his work in Tamil films and a few Telugu films as well. [3] [4] His first film was S Pictures ' Veyil (2006) and he became popular in Tamil cinema by the early 2010s and around the same time he became popular in Telugu cinema with the film Darling .

  4. Year Film Song Music director(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s) Ref. 1994: Gaddaar "Beta Apni Maa Se" Nadeem-Shravan: Solo 1998: Dil Se "Pokhi Pokhi Bidekhi" (Background Score) A. R. Rahman: Solo Doli Saja Ke Rakhna (Background Score) A. R. Rahman: Solo 1999: Vaastav: The Reality (Background Score) Jatin–Lalit: Solo 2000: Fiza: In Search Of Her Brother

  5. The largest film and most popular industry in India is the Hindi film industry, followed by Tamil cinema and Telugu cinema. The Hindi film industry mostly concentrated in Mumbai (Bombay), and is commonly referred to as Bollywood, a portmanteau of Bombay and Hollywood. The Tamil film industry i.e. Kollywood is mostly concentrated in Chennai.

  6. Feb 05, 2021 · kuttymoviesss have Tamil movies listed as per the year so you can explore a wide range of movies year wise. They have also segregated Tamil movies by actors so it becomes easier to watch your favorite Tamil actor’s movies. They have other language movies that are dubbed in Tamil as well, so you can enjoy the movie in the language that you ...

  7. › wiki › Hindi_cinemaHindi cinema - Wikipedia

    The decade of the 1940s saw an expansion of Bombay cinema's commercial market and its presence in the national consciousness. The year 1943 saw the arrival of Indian cinema's first 'blockbuster' offering, the movie Kismet, which grossed in excess of the important barrier of one crore (10 million) rupees, made on a budget of only two lakh (200,000) rupees.

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