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A film about the changing dynamics in the relationships between tigers and the uneasy truce between the wildlife and their human neighbours at the Ranthambhore National Park in India. The score for this ravishingly beautiful film features the Carnatic violin of Chandru, the shimmering soprano saxophone of Julian Arguelles and the warm strings of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by David Mitcham. It won Best Musical Score at the American Wildlife Film Awards at Jackson Hole Wyoming in 2003 and was also nominated for the Ivor Novello Award for Best Original Music for Television 2002. Directed and produced by Mike Birkhead.

The TV adaptation of Meera Syal’s book Life Isn’t All Ha Ha, Hee Hee – A tale of friendship, betrayal and cross-cultural conflicts, the story exposes the ties that bind the three women to their roots and a generation of men lost in the wake of feminism. Life Isn’t All Ha Ha Hee Hee is adapted by Meera Syal with Abi Morgan , directed by Andy de Emmony  and produced by Jo Willett. The executive producer is Mark Redhead of Hat Trick Productions. 

Music is by Norwell & Green with strings by Chandru of Bollywood Strings. The strings were recorded at our very own studio in Bangalore, SA Digital Recording, in December 2004 and involved over 60 string players and solo instrumentalists like sitar and flute.

Mother Teresa – the movie: the inspirational portrayal of Mother Teresa, a simple nun who became one of the most significant personalities of the 20th Century. Armed with a faith that could move mountains, Mother Teresa followed her calling to help the poor, the lepers, the dying and the abandoned children in the slums of Calcutta, challenging many authorities – including the church – along the way.

Features the beautiful violin and vocals of Chandru. Music composed and conducted by Guy Farley. 

Sub-continental Drift is a library music album of uniquely blended electronic music and Indian strings, lead instruments and percussion. This album is volume six in the Lift Music UK collection and is distributed by Boost Music. Music from the album have been used in various productions across Europe and around the world, amongst them S4C, GMTV & Canadian Films.

This album is composed by Peter Morris, Shimizu Mieko & Chandru.

The album is the first of a series of albums consisting of evergreen Bollywood Hits which are wholly instrumental and performed by the Bollywood Strings Quartet, lead violin, piano and tablas.

The album is perfect for a leisurely evening meal or to simply just relax with the great tunes of Bollywood. This album consists of 10 amazing melodies of Mukesh and Kishore Kumar that will definitely bring back beautiful memories or give you new ones.

The Bollywood Strings Quartet has given memorable performances at many events in the UK and this type of music is definitely in style and in demand.

“WIDESCREEN” features 12 exotic tracks by Chandru which guarantees to give you listening pleasure. The album blends gorgeous Bollywood strings with up-beat rhythmic grooves and ambient sounds and is uniquely without lyrics so that you can interpret the moods the tracks bring you as you listen.

Chandru utilises a large orchestra of strings to create an ambience that’s special and one of its kind. This combined with aptly programmed electronic music, outstanding solo performances and a touch of Asia creates a perfect blend that transcends boundaries and is a language of its own. Each track tells a story… or at least Chandru has a story to tell. Album: Emotions Artist: Chandru “Emotions” is Chandru’s successful fusion of Indian Classical and Western classical music…the result being classical fusion. The album holds on to all that is classical but yet carries the musical flavour of the current generation. The album symbolises Chandru’s feelings towards unity and peace. His music is his language and this album conveys his message. Featuring 8 beautiful tracks, this album was launched in 2000 at the Barbican with a live performance featuring 40 musicians from 4 countries. Chandru’s vision Mandolin Mandolin Prasad: