Ashok Bhadra is a music director in Bollywood who has composed music for Bengali movies. He made his entry in Bollywood with ' Bloody Isshq Click to look into! >> Read More... Bloody Isshq '. It was a thriller love story. There was a unique melody in each and every song sung by Sonu Nigam Sonu Nigam is a renowned Bollywood singer and comp >> Read More... Sonu Nigam , Shreya Ghoshal Shreya Ghoshal, one of the most famous singers in >> Read More... Shreya Ghoshal , Javed Ali Javed Ali (Javed Hussain) was born in Delhi in 198 >> Read More... Javed Ali , Usha Uthup Song ‘Ramba Ho’ from the movie Armaan mesmerizes a >> Read More... Usha Uthup , KK and Sunidhi Chauhan Sunidhi Chauhan, a very famous Indian playback sin >> Read More... Sunidhi Chauhan . Ashok said that he introduced a new singer ‘ Banerjee Banerjee is a Telugu movie actor. He was born as M >> Read More... Banerjee ’. There was a mix of folk-oriented item song with a western style.

He said that the movie had a good script and there was no similarity in the songs. There was a romantic song with an old pattern of melody tune but it was not copied from an old music style and it was just taken for inspiration. Actor Jeetendra attended the music launch of the 'Bloody Isshq.' All including Jeetendra liked the song Yeh Flsafa'. Music was good, youthful and energetic. There was a unique guitar tune in the songs. South Sensation Daisy Shah, the most popular figure in tinsel town, made her debut in Bollywood in this movie. In the film ‘Bloody Isshq’, her featured the song ‘Danger Hai Laila’ has become a tremendous hit among the public. Sunidhi Chauhan sang this song. There were six songs in the movie. Each song has its own individuality.

The song 'Badlon Ki Hai Saazish' sung by Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal was a path-breaking song. Javed Ali and June Banerjee sang another romantic song, 'Hawa Lagi hai.' Lyrics were by Kumar. KK sang another song, 'Ajab Hai Yeh Zindagi’. The song was a party song but sung in a melancholy mood. The song sung by KK and Usha Uthpu was 'Kill Me'.