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Memory lane of R.D. Burman (Page 7)

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In Memoriam: Asha on R D Burman
by Raju Bharatan

Yesterday was R D Burman's second death anniversary. Also yester- day, Asha Bhosle was in tune with R D Burman, while day before yesterday, she harmonised with O P Nayyar, and today, she is in sync with A R Rahman. Tell me, has there been a singer who has gone along with a trendsetter of the 50's, the 70's and now, the 90's?

What Asha, therefore, had to say of Pancham when he was living acquires an even deeper meaning --- now that R D Burman is no more.

''Do you know'', revealed Asha to me once, ''that Pancham would literally dance while recording a Khel Khel Main due like 'Sapna mera toot gaya'. Even as Pancham danced, I got the flow of rhythm, the mood of the song and could add that bit more to the number as I watched this born composer foot tappingly express himself to the singer.

In this sense, Kishore and Pancham were made for each other.

''I remember Pancham rehearsing Kishore and me for S D Burman's Nau Do Gyrah duet, 'Aankhon mein kya ji'. What I didn't know then was that the tune idea of 'Aankhon mein ...' was RD's, not SD's! Likewise, I recall --- once again without knowing the original tune to be the son's --- Pancham coming to rehearse with me for Dada Burman's Teen Deviyan duet, 'Arre yaar meri tum bhi ho gazab'.

When R D Burman finally became a music director himself, even after coming up with a truly inspiring tune like 'Aa jaa aa jaa, main hoom pyar tera' for Teesri Manzil, Pancham had this habit of querying: 'Do you think this song is good?'

''With my long experience of singing, I could feel it in my bones that 'Aa jaa aa jaa' was going to make waves. But Pancham those days (mid '60s) lacked the gumption to assert his viewpoint.

''In fact, I had to take 'Aa jaa aa jaa' to Lata didi for Pancham to be convinced that it was a beat-based tune without parallel in the annals of our music. Didi sat up with a jerk as I hummed the Pancham refrain, 'Aa jaa, aa jaa, aa jaa, aa jaa, aa ja, aaa ...'. Didi told me I should not change a note, that I should give this part of the song to Pancham exactly as he wanted it ren- dered.

''I had asked Pancham for a day to make up my mind whether I wanted a change here --- I was then an established singer, he a rising composer. I mention this only to bring into focus Pancham's being needlessly conscious of his junior stature in the music world.

''I knew him to be set for big things from the moment I rendred 'Maar daalega dard-e-jigar koi iski dawa kijiye' from Pati Patni.

I had discovered that even a seasoned singer like me, to be effective here, had to keep a careful count of the beat.

''It is this unusual beat of his that finally enabled Pancham to carve out a niche for himself. Pancham had picked up from his father the art of engaging Kishore and me in no end of verbal teasing. There always were those naughty Pancham 'touches' in a duet by Kishore and me. How mentally nimble I had to be to ensure that Kishore did not steal the moment from me!

''But Pancham was always there to even out things. That's how we three --- Pancham, Kishore and I --- could come up with masti bhare duets like 'Jaane-e-jaan dhoondhta hi raha' and 'Agar saaz cheeda tarane banege' in Jawani Diwani' 'Bhali bhali si ek soorat' in Buddha Mil Gaya; 'Rekha o rekha jabse tumhen dekha' in Adhikar; and 'Hawa ke saath saath' in Seeta Aur Geeta. With Panc- ham, there to even out things between Kishore and me, there was no limit to my sense of innovation under this flexible baton.

''It took me long, very long, to grasp the fact that Pancham was a composer first, a husband after. For instance, it didn't matter if he slept on the floor, but his recording system, his stereo, had to be immaculately kept in the place. Pancham lived, ate and slept music.

''You couldn't find a gentler husband, once you left him with his music --- in peace to create something out of this world like 'Mera kuchch saaman tumhare paas pada hai' for Gulzar's Ijaazat. Look at the wildly irregular metre of this song lyric! Who, but Pancham could have so turned it as for it to fetch me the National Award as best Singer?''



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Gulzar remembers R.D. Burman

~ P A N C H A M ~
Gulzar remembers R. D. Burman


In1994, soon after RD's demise, Gulzar & HMV came up with one of the best ever tribute albums. This album is all about Gulzar's memories of moments that he shared with Pancham. A nostalgic trip down memory lane. The album also contains some rare voice clippings of RD during recordings from Gulzar's personal collection. The songs are all, but obviously, Gulzar-RD. One great thing about the album is the commentary by Gulzar. It weaves its magical spell on you along with the songs and RD's clippings that it becomes difficult to leave the album unfinished once you start playing it, no matter how many times you have gone through it before. The best part is of course the rare song clippings in RD's own voice.

Below is a complete transcript of Gulzar's comments and mukhD.aas of the songs. RD's comments are ingray normal, Gulzar's in Fixed font and mine in (Italics).

Gulzar begins....


...Yaad hai baarishoN ke din thay woh, Pancham! Aur pahaaD.ee ke neeche waadee meiN dhuNdh se jhaaNk kar nikaltee huee rail kee paTariyaaN gujartee theeN. Aur dhuNdh meiN aise lag rahe thay ham, jaise do paudhe paas baiThe hoN. Ham bahut der paTariyoN par baiThe us musaafir ka zikra karte rahe, jisko aana tha pichhlee shab par uskee aamad ka waqt Talta raha... ham bahut der paTariyoN pe baiThe hue train ka intazaar karte rahe. Train aayee na uska waqt hua, aur tum yuN hee do qadam chalkar dhuNdh par paaoN rakhke gum ho gaye. maiN akela hooN dhuNdh meiN, Pancham!

ta ra ra ra ra ra.... (Pancham's humming creates a dramatic effect)

qatraa qatraa miltee hai, qatraa qatraa jeene do, zindagee hai, bahne do~~~~~
pyaasee hooN maiN pyaasee rahne do.
(Asha - Ijaazat)


wo pyaas nahiN thi jab tum music uNDail rahe thay, zindagee meiN. Aur ham sab oak baDh.a ke maaNg rahe thay tumse. Pyaas ab lagee hai jab qatra qatra tumhaaree aawaaz ka jama kar raha hooN.... Kya tumhe pata tha Pancham ki tum chup ho jaaoge aur maiN tumhaaree aawaaz DhooNDhta phiruNga.

din jaa rahe haiN, ki raatoN ke saaye
(Lata - Doosri Seeta)


(Pancham humming the song)

khaalee haath shaam aayee hai, khaalee haath jaayegee
aaj bhee na aaya koi, khaali lauT jaayegee

(Asha - Ijaazat)


...ye Gulzar ka gaana hai, isko mark karo!

ye sirf mera nahiN Pancham, ab ham sabka hai...

ye saaye haiN, ye duniyaa hai bharee bheeD. meiN khaali tanhaaiyoN ke
ye saaye haiN ye duniyaa hai
(Asha -Sitara)


(Pancham humming the song in his inimitable style)

roj roj aankhoN tale, ek hi sapna chale raat bhar kaajal jale~~~~~
aankhoN meiN jis tarah raat ka deeya jale

(Asha, Amit - Jeeva)


yaad hai mera pahla gaana tha tumhaare saath. raat ko ek baje aakar jagaaya tha tumne. kaha tha neeche chalo gaaD.i meiN. waheeN gaana sunaata hooN. aur phir subah tak tum saD.koN par gaaD.i chalaate rahe aur cassette par sunaate rahe....

musaafir hooN yaaroN, na ghar hai na Thikaana
mujhe chalte jaana hai~~~~, bas chalte jaana

(Kishore - Parichay)


(Pancham hums)
....jab bhee jee aayega tasveer ko le jaana / ghar meiN sajtee ho ye tasveer to le jaana / paR qatar deNge jo ab dekha tumheN uD.te hue
(This antara, incidentally, is missing from the recorded song)

aaj kal paaoN zameeN par nahiN paD.te mere
bolo dekha hai kabhee tumne mujhe uD.te hue
(Lata - Ghar)


Pancham! ek baD.a maasoom sa bachcha tha tumhaare saath. Jo tumhaare andar tumhaare mijaaz meiN jeeta tha. shareer bhee, paajee bhee, haNsta, khelta, Practical joke sunaata.... Use hamne udaas nahiN hone diya.

lakD.i ki kaathi.....
(Vanta Mishra, Gurpreet Kaur, Gauri Bapat - Masoom)


(Pancham humming the song)

saatoN baar bole bansi, ek hee baar bole na
tan kee laagee saaree bole, man kee lagee bole na

(Asha - Dil Padosi Hai)


..terrific gaana hai

Gulmohar gar tumhaara naam hota
mausam-e-gul ko haNsaana bhee tumhaara kaam hota

(Kishore, Lata - Devata)


..boss, fabulous!

Piya baawaree, piya baawaree
pee kahaaN peee kahaaN peehu peehu bole re

(Asha, Ashok Kumar - Khubsoorat)


.. maatha kHaraab hua hai kya..?

Pancham tumhaare saath seriously baiThkar gaana likhna baD.a mushkil hota tha. Itne sanjeeda kism ke gaane banaate hue bhee tumhaare pranks khatm nahiN hote thay. bahut serious ek gaana tha jis par tumne kaha tha mujhse, "tum kyoN band botal kee tarah serious baiThe ho."

Botal se ik baat chalee hai
kaag uD.aa ke raat chalee hai

(Asha, Rafi - Ghar)


kitne kam logoN ko ye baat samajh meiN aatee hai ki dhun bana lene se hee gaana nahiN ban jaata. tumhaare apne lafzoN meiN use nourish karna paD.ta hai... uskee parvarish karnee paD.tee hai... GhantoN aur pahroN nahiN balki kaee dinoN tak gaate rahna paD.ta hai... Tab jaakar uskee chamak nikaltee hai. tumhaaree peeTh peechhe kaha karta tha, aaj tumhaare saamne kah raha hooN - tum jitne baD.e creative fankaar thay, utne hee baD.e craftsman bhee thay.

seelee hawa chhoo gayee, seela badan chhil gaya
neelee nadee ke pare, geela sa chaaNd khil gaya

(Lata - Libaas)


..terrific thought hai, isko elaborate karo

bahut se gaane isee tarah kiye tumhaare saath. ek music phrase ko elaborate karte karte us par tum poora nagma taiyaar kar dete thay. Aur kisee ek situation par koee ek misara ya ek khayal tumheN achha lag jaaye to use paal poskar poora gaana bana lete thay... aur kabhee kabhee to pooree kahaanee ban jaatee thee.

ek hee kHwaab kaee baar dekha hai maiNne
tune saaD.i meiN uras lee haiN chaabiyaaN ghar kee

(Bhupender, Hema - Kinara)


Asha ji ko saaf safaai rakhne ka mania hai, junoon hai. Aur tumheN.... ab kya kahooN sab sun leNge... unke janm-din par aapne chaandi ke-se kaagaz meiN ek jhaaD.oo pesh kiya tha unheN. Aasha ji ko dekhte hee bol paD.te thay - lo ab ye kaam karaayeNgi mujhse. Aasha ji ka jawaab kya tha, yaad hai..

bechaara dil kya kare
saawan jale bhaado jale
do pal kee chaaoN nahiN
ik pal jiye ik pal mare

(Asha - Khushboo)


(Pancham humming..)

Khamosh sa afsaana, paanee se likha hota
na tumne kaha hota, na hamne suna hota

(Lata, Wadkar - Libaas)


Isko Note kiya?.. isko Gulzar ko transfer kar do..

kabhee kabhee sapna lagta hai
(Asha, Kishore - Ratnadeep)


gaana banaate hue tum zubaan se jyaada sound ka khayaal rakhte thay. lafzoN kee sound achhee ho to phauran unheN hothoN pe le liya karte thay. Maani? tum kaha karte thay log poochh leNge. jaise tumne is gaane meiN poochha tha mujhse, "ye nasheman kaun sa shahar hai yaar?"

is moD. se jaate haiN kuchh sust qadam raste, kuchh tej qadam raaheN
(Lata, Kishore - Aandhi)


(Pancham humming the song..)

ye gHalat hai ki waqt guzar jaata hai. waqt, time eternal hai, permanent hai. aur kabhee nahiN guzarta. Jo guzar jaata hai, wo ham aur tum haiN.

raah pe rahte haiN
yaadoN meiN basar karte haiN
khush raho ahal-e-watan
ham to safar karte haiN

(Kishore - Namkeen)


(Pancham humming the song in Bangla)

koi diya jale kahiN, aawaaz de koi~~~~~
dard ghaTata nahiN~~~~, raat kaTatee nahiN~~
koi diya jale kahiN

(Asha - Dil Padosi Hai)


kuchh nahiN Thaharta na Pancham! Kabhee bhee kahiN bhee. na tum Thahare, na maiN hee rukuNga. maiN kya bataauN ki jab aa raha tha to jaa raha tha.

aane waala pal, jaane waala hai
ho sake to ismeN zindagee bita do pal jo ye jaane waala hai

(Kishore - Golmaal)


yaad hai Pancham, jab bhee koi dhun bana kar bhejte thay to saath kah diya karte thay, "The ball is in your court." .....ye kaun sa ball mere court meiN chhoD. gaye ho tum, Pancham. Zindagee ka khel akele nahiN khela jaata. Hamaaree to team hai. Aa jao ya bula lo.

tujhse naaraaz nahiN zindagee, hairaan hooN main
tere maasoom sawaaloN se pareshaan hooN main
..pareshaan hooN maiN

(Anup Ghoshal - Masoom)



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RDBorn on June 27, 1939, "RD" was the only child of the famous singer-music director, Sachin Dev Burman. He was brought up in Calcutta. Popularly known as Pancham (the nickname given to him by Ashok Kumar when he found him only singing pa...pa..pa from the "sargam") he scored music for more than 350 films.

After coming to Bombay on completing his matriculation, RD learnt the sarod under Ustad Ali Akbar Khan And later Ashish Khan. He began to assist his father in music-direction. The first film he signed as an independent music director was "Bhoot Bangla" though his first release was "Chhote Nawab" for the same producer. His rise to fame was slow but steady. And in the early seventies, he had few competitors.

Dev Anand ("Hare Rama Hare Krishna," "Heera Panna"), Shakti Samanta ("Amar Prem," "Kati Patang"), Ramesh Sippy ("Sholay," "Seeta aur Geeta"), Ramesh Behl ("Jawaani Diwaani"), Vinod Chopra ("Parinda," "1942 - A Love Story"), Nazir Hussain ("Teesri Manzil," "Caravan," "Hum kisi se kam nahin," "Zamane ko dikhana hai") and Gulzar ("Parichay," "Ijaazat," "Kinara," "Khushboo," "Aandhi") were staunch RD loyalists.

RD bagged two filmfare awards for "Sanam Teri Kasam" in 1982 and "Masoom" in 1983. The MP govt. conferred on him with the Lata Mageshkar award for 1992-1993 for his "outstanding achievements and long-time devotion to music." The award carries a cash-prize of Rs. 1 lakh and a citation.

RDHis last years were not too happy. When "Sagar" failed at the box office, he found himself being sidelined. The only two to stand by him were Dev Anand and Rajesh Khanna. He was shattered when he lost "Ram Lakhan," which Shubash Ghai had promised him, to Laxmikant Pyarelal, the duo who had played in his orchestra.

Following a heart attack in 1988, he underwent a bypass surgery abroad the next year. While recuperating he is said to have composed over 2,000 tunes which he kept in his memory bank. He often said that his best tunes came to him in his dreams and that he had to be in happy frame of mind even while composing sad tunes. "When I am down, I end up making a mess of things," he is reported to have said.

The music-maestro also composed non-film music. His two most notable attempts in this field were the international album "Pantera" which he brought out in collaboration with the Latin American composer, Jose Flores, and "Dil Padosi hai" sung by Asha Bhonsle with lyrics by Gulzar.

Rahul Dev married Rita in 1960 but they were divorced in 1974. He then married Asha Bhonsle for whom he had composed many a memorable song in 1980. Indeed, the RD-Asha duo delighted audiences the world over with their "live" performances, with RD's showmanship and Asha's natural exuberance making them the perfect pair. It was only fitting that Asha was there at his bedside when RD breathed his last (on January 4, 1994).("Amar Prem," "Kati Patang"), Ramesh Sippy ("Sholay," "Seeta aur Geeta"), Ramesh Behl ("Jawaani Diwaani"), Vinod Chopra ("Parinda," "1942 - A Love Story"), Nazir Hussain ("Teesri Manzil," "Caravan," "Hum kisi se kam nahin," "Zamane ko dikhana hai") and Gulzar ("Parichay," "Ijaazat," "Kinara," "Khushboo," "Aandhi") were staunch RD loyalists.

RD bagged two filmfare awards for "Sanam Teri Kasam" in 1982 and "Masoom" in 1983. The MP govt. conferred on him with the Lata Mageshkar award for 1992-1993 for his "outstanding achievements and long-time devotion to music." The award carries a cash-prize of Rs. 1 lakh and a citation.

His last years were not too happy. When "Sagar" failed at the box office, he found himself being sidelined. The only two to stand by him were Dev Anand and Rajesh Khanna. He was shattered when he lost "Ram Lakhan," which Shubash Ghai had promised him, to Laxmikant Pyarelal, the duo who had played in his orchestra.

Following a heart attack in 1988, he underwent a bypass surgery abroad the next year. While recuperating he is said to have composed over 2,000 tunes which he kept in his memory bank. He often said that his best tunes came to him in his dreams and that he had to be in happy frame of mind even while composing sad tunes. "When I am down, I end up making a mess of things," he is reported to have said.

The music-maestro also composed non-film music. His two most notable attempts in this field were the international album "Pantera" which he brought out in collaboration with the Latin American composer, Jose Flores, and "Dil Padosi hai" sung by Asha Bhonsle with lyrics by Gulzar.

Rahul Dev married Rita in 1960 but they were divorced in 1974. He then married Asha Bhonsle for whom he had composed many a memorable song in 1980. Indeed, the RD-Asha duo delighted audiences the world over with their "live" performances, with RD's showmanship and Asha's natural exuberance making them the perfect pair. It was only fitting that Asha was there at his bedside when RD breathed his last (on January 4, 1994).



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Musicians

Music Assistants...
Basudev Chakraborty
Manohari Singh
Marutirao Keer
Swapan Chakraborty
Babloo Chakraborty
Sound Recordists...
D.O. Bhansali
Kaushik
Chatterjee
Ashok Shukla
Prasad
Deepan Chatterjee
Sampat
 
 
String Instruments...
Spanish Guitar Bhanu Gupta, Ramesh Iyer
Electric Guitar Dilip Naik, Ramesh Iyer, Sunil Kaushik
Hawaian Guitar Bhupinder Singh
Bass Guitar Tony Vaz, Charanjeet Singh
Santoor Shiv Kumar Sharma, Ulhas Bapat
Sarangi Sultan Khan, Iqbal
Sarod Zarine Daruwalla
Sitar Kartik Kumar, Arvind Mayekar
Tar Shehnai Dakshina Mohan Tagore
Violin Rajendra Singh, Gajanand Karnad, Sapre, Prabhakar Jog, Nanekar, Nandu Chavathe, Uttam Singh
Swarolin Rajendra Singh
Mandolin Kishore Desai, Ravi Sundaram, Mustafa
Banjo Rashid Khan
Bulbul Tarang Rashid Khan
Percussion Instruments...
Tabla Devichand Chauhan, Shashikant, Amrutrao Katkar, Homi Mullan, Chandrakant Satnak, Deepak Naik, Indranath Mukherjee, Vijay Katkar, Nitin Shankar, Iqbal Khan, Janardan Abhyankar, Bhavani Shankar Singh, Pt. Samta Prasad (the 'Sholay' chase scene background track)
Dholak Shashikant, Dubey, Iqbal Khan, Roshan
Drums Budgie Lord, Franco Vaz, Lesli Vaz, Vancy, Trilok Gurtu
Bongo Kawas Lord
Congo Babla
Bangla Dhol Oboni Das Gupta
Hulgi/ Dhol/ Chanda Ganpatrao Jadhav
Tarang & Jal Tarang Janardan Abhyankar
Ghatam/ Matka Indra Atma
Mridangam Jairaman
Tumba Ravi Gurtu
Madal Ranjeet Gazmer (Kancha), Homi Mullan
Pakhawaj Bhavani Shankar Singh
Keyboard Instruments...
Piano Louis Banks, Mike Machado, Lusilaa
Synthesizer Louis Banks
Transicord Charanjeet Singh
Accordion Kersi Lord
Organ Kersi Lord
Electric Organ Ronny
Keyboard Ronny
Wind Instruments...
Flute Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Suman Raj
Mouth Organ Bhanu Gupta, Milon Gupta
Saxophone Manohari Singh
Trumpet George, Castro, Joseph, Bosco, Kishore Sodha
Trombone Blasco, Mans
Clarinet Mehraj Deen, Hussain Darbar
Shehnaai Sharad Kumar



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His Music

Bengali Films

Apart from the 32 movies listed below, Pancham also composed about 134 non-film songs in Bengali, which are more popularly known as 'Pooja Songs' or 'Adhunik Gaan' (Modern Songs). These songs were released by various companies (HMV, Concord, PAN Music) in different years.

There's an excellent web site dedicated exclusively to Pancham's Bengali work, created by Nilangshu Haldar. Visit the site for more details about his bengali work.

Film
Year
Lyricist Audio
Aagun
1988
Swapan Chakraborty, Mukul Dutt Gathani
Aakrosh
1989
Swapan Chakraborty, Pulak Banerjee Electroband
Aanondo Niketan
1991
Swapan Chakraborty, Gulzar Atlantis Music
Aapon Aamaar Aapon
1990
Mukul Dutt, Tarun Majumdar Electroband
Birodh
1994*
Gouri Prasanna Majumdar T-Series
Bou Rani
1991
Bhabesh Kundu TIPS
Debotaa
1991
Swapan Chakraborty, Anjan Chowdhury Gathani
Ekaanto Aapon
1987
Swapan Chakraborty, Gurudeb Rabindranath Tagore H.M.V.
Ekhaane Aamaar Swargo
1990
Swapan Chakraborty Gathani
Jhonkaar
1989
Swapan Chakraborty Gathani
Kalidas (Aashol Nokol)
1996*
Bhabesh Kundu, Anjan Chowdhury Gathani
Kolonkinee Konkaabotee
1981
Swapan Chakraborty Megaphone
Krodhee
1991
Swapan Chakraborty Venus
Lodaai
1990
Swapan Chakraborty Electroband
Maa
1992
Swapan Chakraborty H.M.V.
Nobaab
1991
Anjan Chowdhury TIPS
Odhikaar
1992
Pulak Banerjee, Deb Sinha Gathani
Ohonkaar
1991
Bhabesh Kundu, Anjan Chowdhury Electroband
Ojaanaa Poth
1994
Mukul Dutt TIPS
Ondho Bichaar
1990
Swapan Chakraborty Venus
Onusondhan
1980
Gouri Prasanna Majumdar Inreco, H.M.V.
Onyaay Obichaar
1985
Gouri Prasanna Majumdar H.M.V.
Oporoopaa
1982
Gouri Prasanna Majumdar H.M.V.
Puroskaar
1992
Bhabesh Kundu PAN Music
Purushottom
1992
Sachin Bhowmick H.M.V.
Rajkumari
1970
Gouri Prasanna Majumdar H.M.V.
Shesh Chithi
1993
Mukul Dutt T-Series
Shotoroopaa
1989
Bhabesh Kundu Gathani
Shroddhaanjoli
1993
Swapan Chakraborty, Anjan Chowdhury TIPS
Shwet Pathorer Thaalaa
1992
Mukul Dutt, Gurudeb Rabindranath Tagore Sagarika
Tin Moorti
1984
Gouri Prasanna Majumdar Pink Sound
Troyee
1982
Swapan Chakraborty Megaphone

* Released posthumously.

Bengali Films

Apart from the 32 movies listed below, Pancham also composed about 134 non-film songs in Bengali, which are more popularly known as 'Pooja Songs' or 'Adhunik Gaan' (Modern Songs). These songs were released by various companies (HMV, Concord, PAN Music) in different years.

There's an excellent web site dedicated exclusively to Pancham's Bengali work, created by Nilangshu Haldar. Visit the site for more details about his bengali work.

Film Year Lyricist Audio
Aagun 1988 Swapan Chakraborty, Mukul Dutt Gathani
Aakrosh 1989 Swapan Chakraborty, Pulak Banerjee Electroband
Aanondo Niketan 1991 Swapan Chakraborty, Gulzar Atlantis Music
Aapon Aamaar Aapon 1990 Mukul Dutt, Tarun Majumdar Electroband
Birodh 1994* Gouri Prasanna Majumdar T-Series
Bou Rani 1991 Bhabesh Kundu TIPS
Debotaa 1991 Swapan Chakraborty, Anjan Chowdhury Gathani
Ekaanto Aapon 1987 Swapan Chakraborty, Gurudeb Rabindranath Tagore H.M.V.
Ekhaane Aamaar Swargo 1990 Swapan Chakraborty Gathani
Jhonkaar 1989 Swapan Chakraborty Gathani
Kalidas (Aashol Nokol) 1996* Bhabesh Kundu, Anjan Chowdhury Gathani
Kolonkinee Konkaabotee 1981 Swapan Chakraborty Megaphone
Krodhee 1991 Swapan Chakraborty Venus
Lodaai 1990 Swapan Chakraborty Electroband
Maa 1992 Swapan Chakraborty H.M.V.
Nobaab 1991 Anjan Chowdhury TIPS
Odhikaar 1992 Pulak Banerjee, Deb Sinha Gathani
Ohonkaar 1991 Bhabesh Kundu, Anjan Chowdhury Electroband
Ojaanaa Poth 1994 Mukul Dutt TIPS
Ondho Bichaar 1990 Swapan Chakraborty Venus
Onusondhan 1980 Gouri Prasanna Majumdar Inreco, H.M.V.
Onyaay Obichaar 1985 Gouri Prasanna Majumdar H.M.V.
Oporoopaa 1982 Gouri Prasanna Majumdar H.M.V.
Puroskaar 1992 Bhabesh Kundu PAN Music
Purushottom 1992 Sachin Bhowmick H.M.V.
Rajkumari 1970 Gouri Prasanna Majumdar H.M.V.
Shesh Chithi 1993 Mukul Dutt T-Series
Shotoroopaa 1989 Bhabesh Kundu Gathani
Shroddhaanjoli 1993 Swapan Chakraborty, Anjan Chowdhury TIPS
Shwet Pathorer Thaalaa 1992 Mukul Dutt, Gurudeb Rabindranath Tagore Sagarika
Tin Moorti 1984 Gouri Prasanna Majumdar Pink Sound
Troyee 1982 Swapan Chakraborty Megaphone

* Released posthumously.



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Film Year Lyricist Company *
1942-A Love Story 1994 Javed Akhtar HMV
Aa Gale Lag Ja 1973 Sahir MIL
Aaja Meri Jaan 1993 Sameer T-Series
Aag Se Khelenge 1989 Anand Bakhshi T-Series
Aamne Samne 1982 Anand Bakhshi MIL
Aan Aur Shaan 1983 Majrooh CBS
Aanchal 1980 Majrooh HMV
Aandhi 1975 Gulzar HMV
Aap Ki Kasam 1974 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Aar Paar 1985 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Abdullah 1980 Anand Bakhshi MIL
Abhilasha 1968 Majrooh HMV
Adhikar 1971 Ramesh Pant HMV
Adhoora Aadmi 1982 Yogesh HMV
Agar Tum Na Hote 1983 Gulshan Bawra CBS
Ajnabee 1974 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Alag Alag 1985 Anand Bakhshi T-Series
Alibaba Aur Chalis Chor 1980 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Amar Prem 1971 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Ameer Aadmi Gareeb Aadmi 1985 Nida Fazli MIL
Anamika 1973 Majrooh HMV
Anand Aur Anand 1984 Anjaan CBS
Andar Baahar 1984 Gulshan Bawra CBS
Angoor 1981 Gulzar HMV
Anokha Rishta 1986 Anand Bakhshi T-Series
Anyay Hi Anyay 1997 Rajesh Johari Tarana
Apna Desh 1972 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Apne Apne 1987 Gulshan Bawra MIL
Arjun 1985 Javed Akhtar MIL
Ashanti 1982 Anand Bakhshi HMV
Awaaz 1984 Anand Bakhshi CBS
Awara Baap 1985 M.G. Hashmat, Vishweshwar Sharma, Verma Malik HMV
Azaad 1978 Anand Bakhshi MIL


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Badaa Kabootar 1973 Yogesh HMV -
Bade Dilwala 1983 Majrooh HMV -
Baharon Ke Sapne 1967 Majrooh HMV -
Bahurani 1989 Anjaan Weston -
Balika Badhu 1976 Anand Bakhshi HMV -
Bandhe Haath 1973 Majrooh HMV -
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat 1981 Anand Bakhshi Inreco -
Baseraa 1981 Gulzar MIL -
Belagaam 1987 Majrooh T-Series -
Bemisaal 1982 Anand Bakhshi HMV -
Benaam 1974 Majrooh HMV -
Betaab 1983 Anand Bakhshi HMV -
Bhala Manus 1979 Gulshan Bawra HMV -
Bhanwar 1976 Anand Bakhshi HMV -
Bheema 1984 Anjaan Oriental -
Bhola Bhala 1978 Anand Bakhshi MIL -
Bhoot Bangla 1965 Hasrat Jaipuri HMV -
Bindiya Chamkegi 1983 Anjaan HMV -
Biwi O Biwi 1981 Vitthal Bhai Patel HMV -
Bombay To Goa 1972 Rajendra Krishna HMV -
Bond 303 1985 Gulshan Bawra HMV -
Boxer 1983 Gulshan Bawra CBS -
Buddha Mil Gaya 1971 Majrooh HMV -
Bulandi 1980 Majrooh HMV -
Bullet 1976 Anand Bakhshi HMV -
Bundalbaaz 1976 Majrooh MIL -
Burning Train, The 1980 Sahir



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