Born in Fatehpur (Shekhawati), Rajasthan, in 1943, Mohan Deora moved to America in 1964. He has a master's degree in chemical engineering and an MBA and has worked for thirty-five years with DTE Energy at their Nuclear Power Plant Fermi-2. From 1975 to 1998, Deora and his team organized over a hundred path-breaking Lata Mangeshkar concerts in the US, Canada, West Indies and Fiji. He is now retired and lives in Florida. Born in Mumbai, Rachana Shah was a child singer and performed on stage with her aunt Lata Mangeshkar in various countries. She graduated from St Xavier's College in political science in 1988. She has worked on the Marathi stage and for six years was the media head for the celebrated photographer Gautam Rajadhyaksha. Rachana lives in Mumbai and is married to ENT surgeon Dr Nishit Shah. Born in India, Nasreen Munni Kabir is a London-based film-maker and author who has made dozens of documentaries on Hindi cinema and written sixteen books on the subject. Kabir has served a six-year term as governor on the board of the British Film Institute and continues to curate the annual Indian film season on UK's Channel 4 TV.