• Wednesday, August 10, 2022


Taj Express review: A musical that captures the magic of Bollywood

Taj Express tells the story of a struggling composer who has a dream of working in the Indian film industry like his idol, AR Rahman. 

By: Keerthi Mohan

By Roshan Doug  IF you’ve been living in a parallel universe or you’re unfamiliar with Hindi films, you might be forgiven in thinking that Vaibhavi and Shruti Merchant’s theatrical extravaganza Taj Express is probably a little more than a taste of Bollywood for the uninitiated. It is, I am delighted to say, much, much more than that. I didn’t like it; I loved it. Whether you are avid follower of Bollywood musicals or one with only a tacit interest in this genre, I think, you will be electrified by this show and this particular production. Taj Express tells the story of Shankar, a struggling composer who has a…

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