Bollywood – it’s the nickname given to what is now the most popular cinema art-form on the planet. For hundreds of millions of people all over the world, from Delhi to Durban, Southall to San Diego, Bollywood movies featuring romantic dance and music is first choice for entertainment.
“The magic and mystery of India shimmers before you – ancient and modern cultures combine to create a riveting mix…”
Over the years, Strings Bollywood Band has become the foremost exponent of Bollywood in its musical form in London and throughout the UK. No stranger to the international festival platform, they have performed across the world, from London Trafalgar Square to Moscow Red Square.
The band comprises keyboard, drums, bass guitar and Indian percussion, fronted by either a male or female vocalist. As a spectacular addition, a troupe of dancers attired in colourful traditional costumes augment the band onstage to generate a truly authentic Bollywood movie experience.
When Strings Bollywood Band takes the stage, you can expect a varied selection of the sentimental love songs, dance numbers, quawalis and gazals that are usually combined to create the Bollywood musical mix. In a typical performance, the band often also includes examples drawn from different musical genres, for instance Gujrati, Bhangra, other regional Indian traditional folk styles – and even some distinctly Western Pop!
The band carries a high-quality PA system that is adaptable to produce an excellent sound in venues of any type and for audiences of any size.
For a romantic touch at your special event, escape into a seductive, exotic dream of magical Indian magnificence with Strings Bollywood Band.
- Bollywood music ensemble with a wealth of performing experience
- Flexible instrumental line-up, plus a colourfully-costumed dance troupe
- Self-contained, fully-equipped with a high-quality PA system
When Strings Bollywood Band strikes up, you can expect a selection of the love songs, dance numbers, quawalis and gazals that make up the archetypal Bollywood musical mix. They also include Gujrati, Bhangra, other regional Indian traditional folk music, and even some Western Pop!