A semi-autobiographical musical play about Goan and Anglo Indian musicians who brought jazz influences into Hindi film music between the 1950s and 1970s. There’s jazz, there’s rock‘n’roll; there’s sax, there’s violins; there’s egos and alcoholism; there’s love, passion and bounced cheques. And there are some of the biggest names in popular culture from C. Ramachandra and Laxmikant-Pyarelal to Shankar-Jaikishan and R. D. Burman.
Written by Ramu Ramanathan
Based on Research by Naresh Fernandes
Directed by Etienne Coutinho
Music Composer: Merlin D’souza
Cast: Denzil Smith & Rhys Sebastian D’souza
An NCPA Presentation in collaboration with Stagesmith
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