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A type of popular music used in the soundtracks of the films produced by the Mumbai film industry, typically a blend of traditional Indian classical and folk music and Western pop.
1930s; earliest use found in The Times of India. From Hindi filmī gīt from filmī of or relating to film + gīt song (from the neuter of Sanskrit gīta, past participle of gā- to sing).
filmi geet/ˈfɪlmi ˌɡiːt/
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