This short film celebrates the growing popularity of non-film music in India during the nineties, when the music scenario began to change. ‘Pop Music of India’ traces the new route that non-film music charted with individual stars like Remo Fernandez, Baba Sehgal, Alisha Chinoy, Shweta Shetty, Suchitra Krishnamurthy, and bands such as Indus Creed and Pulse, all of who made distinctively different music experimenting with a wide variety of styles and genres – folk, punk, reggae, bhangra, to rock, rap and jazz. With captivating music videos to accompany, the MTV generation readily responded to this music pushing them high on the charts, giving film music a stiff run for its money.

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