The Wayback Machine -

S.D.Burman His music was not only pleasing to the ears, but was a kind of visual treat as well. His compositions were a mixture of rich melody and rhythm, as well as modern, and romantic.

O.P.Nayyar Most of the compositions of ‘The Rhythm King’ have a distinct Punjabi influence and he is credited with bringing Bhangra and Punjabi folk music

Shankar Jaikishan literally ruled two decades of Indian film musicdom, and their popularity is reflected by the fact that they hold the record number (nine) of Filmfare awards.

Laxmikant Pyarelal are undoubtedly the most prolific & consistent music directors of Hindi Film industry. The duo represented an archive of hit film music that was churned out non-stop from 1963 to 1998. They continued to reinvent themselves with the changing tastes without compromising on the quality of the songs.