On 14th March, 2011, Google marked this doodle that showed the poster of India’s first talking film, Alam Ara. The doodle shows the lead actor Master Vithal and the actress Zubeida in the classic shot of the film. This shot has been immortalised as the image of Alam Ara.On 8th February 2013, Google celebrated the 72 birth anniversary of late Ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh. The doodle featured him with his hands on the harmonium with the Google logo behind him. The color of the logo was the same as the shawl he wore, which also was the signature style of Jagjit Singh in his music concerts.On 2nd May, 2013, Google marked the 92nd birthday of ace Indian director Satyajit Ray. The doodle featured the protagonist siblings Apu and Durga from Ray’s first film Pather Panchali, which won 11 international awards at the time of its release in 1955.On 16th September 2013, Google paid homage to the renowned Carnatic vocalist and Indian actress Madurai Shanmukhavadivu Subbulakshmi on her 97th birthday. Mrs Subbulakshmi was the first musician to be awarded with Bharat Ratna, which is the highest civilian honor. She also acted in a few films in her life, and gave mesmerizing musical performances world over. The doodle had a portrait of a lady playing a veena, sorrounded by various musical instruments.On 29th April 2014, Google honored the Tabla maestro Ustad Alla Rakha on his 95th birthday. Ustad Alla Rakha was a world-known tabla player and music composer of several Hindi films in 1940s. Along with Pandit Ravi Shankar, Ustad Alla Rakha held concerts all over the globe. He also made albums in collaboration with international artists like Mickey Hart and Buddy Rich. He is the father of another reputed Tabla Player, ustad Zakir Hussain.