Rhythm has always been a part of my life, feels like its a soul of mine and i have to stay with it., Otherwise my life will become tasteless. As it is always stated that 'Music is the soul' which is true. Since ages music is utilized to show off the emotions for which our Indian cinema is very much popular. Indian music has spread all over the world in every individual's heart. It takes years to create such an impact so has our Music done the neatful. Well in every aspect of life we have at least one song related to it. If we are sad our mind diverts to 70's and 80's songs like 'Yeh kya hua'. A wellknown track picturised on our KAKA (Rajesh Khanna), Happy days refer to songs from 90's and 2k songs like 'Aaj main upar, Aasman niche' a sweet song from Khamoshi' , beautifully directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Well these are just few examples given to showcase our Indian Cinema. We shouldn't leave the music directors behind, because they are the only soul behind the rhythm we have followed. Panchamda ( R.D Burman), Kalyanji Anandji, Laxmikant Pyarelalji and many more have composed 1000 songs or more than that and are dwelling in our hearts. We still keep humming and singing the Sholay song 'Mehbooba O Mehbooba' which was remade several times but authentication cannot be ever remade. And so many other Music directors and composers have done in recent times like our lovely A.R. Rahman has added taste to the songs and made songs for our youth. The melodious and soothing music of Rahman every time leaves a mark in our minds and souls. And nevertheless Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Vishal- Shekhar cannot be forgotten because they have also busted out in Bollywood. Many have come and gone but only some sustain in the 'FILMY Nagari'. I personally believe that they will always exist in our hearts.