Salaam Bombay!

Salaam Bombay!

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1988
Music Director: L. Subramaniam, O.P. Nayyar
Lyricist: Qamar Jalalabadi
Label: Niranjani Music
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Album Credits: MUSIC ARRANGED & CONDUCTED BY: L. Subramaniam. DRUMS: Ron Wagner. BASS: Jerry Watts. ACOUSTIC GUITAR: George Struntz. KEYBOARD: Mark Massey. TABLA: Shyam Kane. MRIDANGAM & GHATAM: P. Srinivasan. ENGINEER: Carl Lang. VOICE: Vijayshree Subramaniam. PERCUSSION: Emil Richards. HORNS: Ernie Watts. VIOLIN: L. Subramaniam.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Mira Nair. PRODUCER: Mira Nair. STORY: Mira Nair, Sooni Taraporevala. SCREENPLAY: Sooni Taraporevala. DIALOGUE: Hriday Lani. ACTOR: Shafiq Syed, More...
 



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Main Titles
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Chaipau's Theme - I
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Chaipau's Theme - II
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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The Entry Of Solasaal
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Chick Melody
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: Filmi
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Mera Naam Chinchinchoo
 
Singer: Geeta Dutt
Music Director: O.P. Nayyar
Lyricist: Qamar Jalalabadi
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Chillum's Theme
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Manju's Theme
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Street Children Ballad
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: Sugam
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Souls Of Dead Children Floating
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: Carnatic, New Age
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Escape From The Chiller Room 1
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: Carnatic, New Age
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Baba Kisses Solasaal
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Farewell To Manju
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Chaipau Helps Chillum Across The Tracks
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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The Funeral Procession
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Chaipau Sets Fire To Solasaal's Bed
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Solasaal's Theme
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Escape From The Chiller Room 2
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Aartis For The Ganapathi Festival
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: Sugam
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Chaipau Alone
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: Carnatic, New Age
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End Music
 
Music Director: L. Subramaniam
Genre: New Age
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Awards


 
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This was the second Indian film to be nominated for the Academy Award in the Best Foreign Language Film category. "Mother India" (1957) and "Lagaan" (2001) have been the other two films to be nominated in this category thus far.[1][2]
  • Filmmaker Mira Nair researched for this film by interviewing a group of children who lived in the streets of Bombay. These interviews inspired the film's screenplay. Some of these children were then enlisted in a series of daily workshops over a period of weeks. The objective of these workshops was not to teach the children acting but to help them gain confidence and learn to behave naturally in front of the camera. The workshops helped Nair identify the children whom she could cast in the film, including the lead actor Shafiq Syed.[3]
  • This was violinist and composer L. Subramaniam's first Hindi film score.

    Song

  • Chillum's Theme - L. Subramaniam reused the track "Walking In A Dream" from his album with Stephane Grappelli, "Conversations" (1984), for this background score cue.
  • Escape From The Chiller Room 1 - L. Subramaniam reused the track "Don't Leave Me" from his album with Stephane Grappelli, "Conversations" (1984), for this background score cue.



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