Singers and Tuneful Orchestra of Laxmikant-Pyarelal


              Singers and Tuneful Orchestra of Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Hindi Film Music was at its peak in the early sixties. All the big names of music directors like Shankar-Jaikishan, Naushad, O P Nayyar, Madan Mohan, S D Burman, Ravi, Roshan, Chitragupt etc were in full form. In the presence of all these BIG names, Laxmikant-Pyarelal made a banging start through Parasmani 1963. It was a huge musical hit. 

Laxmikant-Pyarelal used as many as four singers in their very first film. Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi, Mukesh and Kamal Barot. The duo always have an upper hand in singer’s selection, right from the day one. Without any interference from the third party, mainly filmmakers and actors. Laxmikant-Pyarelal have always chosen the singers of their choice. 

Long Lasting as well as Productive  Amalgamation / combo  

Total 160 numbers of singers (Both Male and Female) have rendered the songs under the music directors Laxmikant-Pyarelal, starting from 1963 to 1998.                                                                                                  

Lata – LP (712 songs), Rafi – LP (379 songs),  KK – LP (402 songs), Asha-LP (494 songs)

In the year 1963 /1964 itself, through the songs Parasmani, Sant Gyaneshwar, Sati Savitri, Hindi Film Music substantiated the inception of record breaking, longer, larger, closer and more rewarding association of Lata Mangeshkar and Laxmikant-Pyarelal. From 1963, to the next 35 years, Lata Mangeshkar and Laxmikant-Pyarelal were to chalk up an astounding 712 songs, of sheer variety and range. 

In mid-sixty when Mohammad Rafi was on top position, without damaging the giant popularity of Rafi Sahab,  Laxmikant-Pyarelal gave all time hits songs to Kishore Kumar who was then passing through the lean period of his musical career. The songs include:-.

Mr X In Bombay 1964     Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi

Shreeman Fantoosh 1965     Ye Dard Bhara Afasana

Hum Sab Ustad Hain 1965     Ajanabi Tum Jane Pehachane

Pyar Kiye Jaa    1966          Din Jawani Ke Bar Bar Pyar Kiye Jaa

In the year 1967, Laxmikant-Pyarelal brought back the glory of singer Mukesh,  through the songs of Milan, Anita, Patthar Ke Sanam and Farz.

Mohammad Rafi’s majesty was restored by Laxmikant-Pyarelal through the songs of Naach Uthe Sansar 1976, Amar Akbar Anthony, Parvarish, Suhag  and Dharm Veer  1977, Sargam1978, without damaging the giant popularity of Kishore Kumar.

Right from the year 1964,  Laxmikant-Pyarelal smartly maintained the balancing equation between two legendary singers Mohammad Rafi (379 songs) and Kishore Kumar (402 songs)

( The details can be read in a separate blog https://bit.ly/2ZeZRxk ).

Laxmikant-Pyarelal also made many actors/actresses sing. Few hit songs listed 

I S Johar   Bade Miyan Deewane  Shagird 1967

Johnny Walker   Dil De De    Jaal 1967

Mehmood   Mehbooba Mehbooba   Sadhu Aur Shaitan   1968

Shatrughna Sinha   Aa Bata De   Dost 1974 

Leena Chandavarkar  Gham Ka Fasana  Manchali 1973

Amitabh Bachchan, My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves   Amar Akbar Anthony  1977

Hema Malini   Hua Kya Agar  Dream Girl  1977

Shashi Kapoor    Yashomati Maiya Se   Satyam Shivam Sundaram 1978

Zeenat Aman      Yashomati Maiya Se   Satyam Shivam Sundaram 1978

Jeetendra   Kisi Din Uth Gaya    Jyoti Bane Jwala 1980

Rakhee Gulzar  Teri Nindiya Ko    Taquat  1982

Dilip Kumar     Ai Sanam Tere Liye   Karma 1986

Jackie Shroff   Chahat Ke Upar     Dil Hi To Hai 1993

Laxmikant-Pyarelal with  Singers:-

LATA MANGESHKAR

Lata Mangeshkar has sung the maximum number of songs, 712 numbers,  under the music directors Laxmikant-Pyarelal.  It can be seen from the following table, Lata Mangeshkar’s songs with the music directors.

Laxmikant Pyarelal    712     

Shankar Jaikishan     453     

R. D. Burman            327      

C. Ramchandra         298

Kalyanji Anandj          297

Chitragupta                240

Madan Mohan            210

S. D. Burman             182

Naushad                     155

Roshan                      146

Moreover Lata Mangeshkar sounds extremely melodious under Laxmikant-Pyarelal’s giant, rich and mellifluous  orchestra arrangements. 

Lata Mangeshkar and Laxmikant-Pyarelal were a longer, larger, closer and more rewarding association that than what ANY composer has had with ANY singer in Hindi cinema

From 1963, to the next 35 years, Lata Mangeshkar and and Laxmikant-Pyarelal were to chalk up an astounding 712 songs together, which accounted for one in every 10 Hindi film songs recorded by the Melody Queen, and one of every four songs composed by the duo. The unmatchable variety of songs. 

And what a mind boggling variety and range did we get in those 712 numbers which included chart-slammers and classics, and chaalu numbers as well as connoisseur choices. It is impossible to find that variety and that sustained excellence without monotony in the output of any other composer, with Lata or with any other singer. 

There are many films in which Mangeshkar has sung more than 5 songs in the film.. See below the list ..sheer variety. 

Parasmani 1963

Sati Savitri 1964

Sant Gyaneshwar 1964

Lootera 1966 ( an outstanding Album with all SIX solo with variety from Lata  ) 

Intequam 1968 (Two Brilliant Cabaret songs

Baharon ki Manzil 1968 

Sharafat 1970

Abhinetri 1971

Jai Bin Machhali Nritya Bin Bijalee 1971 (Another outstanding Album,) 

Mera Gaon Mera Desh 1972..(Folkish Album, all time hit

Raja Jani 1972

Daag 1973 (Yash Raj film’s FIRST film) 

Bobby 1973 (All time hit songs)

Satyam Shivam Sundaram 1978

Ek Duje Ke Liye 1981  

One will wonder from 1963 to 1973 Lata Mangeshkar have recorded 355 songs ONLY under Laxmikant-Pyarelal. All are Simply superb… 

ASHA BHONSLE

It is a surprise figure even I was also stunned to know the numbers of songs sung by Asha Bhonsle under Laxmikant-Pyarelal….it is 494 ..There are many hidden GEMS of Asha Bhonsle under Laxmikant-Pyarelal, particularly in sixties and early seventies, including today’s sensational HIT “Hungama Ho Gaya”. “Loafer” (1973) has as many as three solo songs by Ashaji and all are great. Listing a few best solo songs of Ashaji with Laxmi-Pyare.

Asha Bhosle & Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Mere Sune Jeevan Ka Aaasra hai Tu.  Aasra  1966

Khat Likha De Sawarinaya…Aaye Din Bahar Ke 1966

Ai Dushman-e-JaanPatthar Ke Sanam..1967

Main Ek Haseena .. Aaya Sawan Jhoom Ke ..1968

Meharban Mehaboob Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool…1969.. ( The BEST )

Kahin Pyar Ho Na Jaye..Sweekar ..1973…( The BEST )

Koi Shahari BabuLoafer 1973

There are many fabulous duets of 

Asha Bhosle – Kishore Kumar (Ek Haseena Thi, Karz 1980).

Asha Bhosle – Mohammad Rafi (Dhal Gaya Din Humjoli 1970)

Asha Bhosle – Lata Mangeshkar (Man Kyon Behka Utsav 1984)

Interestingly, Lata – Asha has sung the  highest numbers of duets, 14 numbers, under the music directors, Laxmikant-Pyarelal. 

MOHAMMAD RAFI:

Once again …The highest numbers of the songs sung by Mohammad Rafi under any music directors.. Rafi has sung as many as 379 songs under Laxmikant-Pyarelal including 183 solo numbers. 

TOP five music directors in terms of numbers of the songs by Mohammad Rafi

Laxmikant-Pyarelal            379 songs

Shankar-Jaikishan             330 songs

Chitragupta                        225 songs

Ravi                                   210 songs

Kalyanji-Anandjj                 200 songs

O P Nayyar                        187 songs

Madan Mohan                    147 songs

Naushad                             114 songs

Usha  Khanna                     109 songs

R D Burman                        107 songs

In sixties combo of Mohammad Rafi and Laxmikant-Pyarelal have given some of the best songs in  Dosti 1964, Aaye Din Bahar Ke,1966, Night In LondonFarz, Taqdeer all in 1967. Wapas, Mere Hamdam Mere Dost, Aaya Sawan Jhoom Ke 1968, Jeene Ki Raah, Jigri Dost, Do Raaste and Sajan all in 1969 and many more.

During the peak wave of Kishore Kumar (Post “Aradhana” ) it was Laxmikant-Pyarelal who recorded maximum numbers of the songs for Mohammad Rafi (264 songs) without affecting the giant popularity of Kishore Kumar’s songs. Raf-LP was a mellifluous combination. Dosti (1964) , Mere Hamdam Mere Dost  (1968), Aaya Sawan Jhoom Ke (1968), Jeene Ki Raah (1969), Jigri Dost  (1969), …..”POST Aradhana…..>>> Khilona, Mehboob Ki Mehandi, Loafer , Suhana Safar, Sudhendu Roy’s Uphaar, Dastaan, Pratigya, Dharam Veer, Amar Akbar Athony, Sargam and many more..

Prior to that LP used Mohammad Rafi as and when they wished it.

main ek raja hoon  Uphaar 1971 

khilona jaan karkhush rahe tu sada  Khilona 1970 

patta patta buta buta Ek Nazar 1972

na tu zameen ke liye   Dastaan 1972 

ek na ek din  Gora Aur Kala 1972 

sari khushiya hai  Suhana Safar  1972

aaj mosam bada beiman hai Loafer 1973

main jat yamla pagla   Pratigya 1975 

KISHORE KUMAR

There is a “historical song” which brought Three great legends together ..”Mere Mehaboob Quyamat Hogi” from “Mr X In Bombay” (1965)…It was the first song of Kishore Kumar with Laxmikant-Pyarelal and also the first song of Anand Baxi with both Laxmikant-Pyarelal and Kishore Kumar. Kishore Kumar has sung as many as 402 songs under Laxmikant-Pyarelal. What a variety and wide range we get in those 402 songs ( second highest songs after RD Burman, 499 songs). Kishore Kumar’s song with different music directors.

R D Burman              499 songs

Laxmikant-Pyarelal  402 songs

Bappi Lahiri              298 songs

Kalyanji-Anandji       266 songs

Rajesh Roshan        254 songs

In KK – LP combo you will find everything, Mujara, Lori, Qawwali, Classical, Western Style, Devotional, Patriotic songs. This variety you will not get in KK songs with any music directors. In the mid sixties when Kishore Kumar was passing through his lean period of his musical career, its LP gave KK the Best.  The best of KK-LP…Mr X In Bombay, Hum Sab Ustad Hain with five solo of KK, Shreeman Fantoosh, all in 1965…Pyar Kiye Jaa 1966…Not to forget the sensational hits of Kishore Kumar with Laxmikant-Pyarelal in seventies and eighties. To name few Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool, Do Raaste, Haathi Mere Saathi, Dushman,  Aan Milo Sajna, >>> Anurodh, Karz etc 

Pyare Batate Chalo  …Hum Sab Ustad Hai 1965

Mere Naseeb Mein Ae Dost…. Do Raaste 1969

Yeh Jeevan Hai ….Piya Ka Ghar 1971

Mere Dwanepan ki bhi dawa nahin…. Mehaboob Ki Mehandi 1972

Ruk Jana Nahin Tu Kahin Har Ke…. Imtihan  1974

Aap Ke Anurodh Pe…. Anurodh 1977

Ek Ritu Aaye Ek Ritu Jaye…. Goutam Govinda 1979 

Om Shanti Om…. Karz 1980

In the combo of Kishore Kumar and  Laxmikant-Pyarelal,  402 songs with diversification, one will always find everything, in the form of ….

Folk Main Jahan Chala Jaoun Banphool, 1970  

Mujra naach meri bulbul   Roti, 1974

Gazal pyar ko chahiye kya ek nazar Ek Nazar 1972  

Lori  soi ja tara Mastana 1970 

Qawwali haal kya hai dilon ka, Anokhi Ada, 1973  

Philosophical  aadmi jo kehta hai, Majboor, 1974

Classical  chali re chali re gori ( Kishore –  Lata), Mr X In Bombay 1964

Romantic mere dil mein aaj kya hai  Daag  1973

Western Classics jaani o jaani, Raja Jaani 1972  

Sad ye dard bhara afasana, Shreeman Fantoosh  1965

Devotional prem ka rog laga muze  Do Premee, 1980

Inspiration gaadi bula rahi hai   Dost, 1974

Patriotic dekho veer jawano  Aakraman 1975

Disco paisa yeh paisa Karz 1980

MUKESH

Mukesh has sung as many as 80 songs under Laxmikant-Pyarelal. This combo took off from Parasmani 1963, Sant Gyaneshwar 1964 (Jyot Se Jyot Jagate Chalo)

It is very surprising to note that MUKESHji was not used by many BIG Music Directors..

Shankar-Jaikishan ..136 songs

Kalyanji-Anandji…   107 songs

Laxmikant-Pyarelal   80 songs

Naushad 27 songs.

C Ramchandra  4 songs

Madan Mohan 9 songs

O P Nayyar   4 songs

S D Burman  12 songs

R D Burman  15 songs and 

Naushad 27 songs..

When we talk of Mukesh with Laxmikant-Pyarelal…Patthar Ke Sanam, Milan & Anita released in 1967, Shor (1972), Roti Kapda Aur Makan (1974), stands out to be the best.

Few of the fabulous duets of Mukesh – Lata Mangeshkar with Laxmikant-Pyarelal. 

Chori Jo Tumse Mile To Log       Parasmani 1963

Hum To Tere Aashiq Hain Sadiyon Purane  Farz 1967

Kyon Zuki Zuki Hai Palake,      Chhaila Babu  1967

Sawan Ka Mahina Pawan Kare Shor   Milan 1967

Hum Tum Yug Yug Se Yeh      Milan 1967

Bol Gori Bol Tera Kon Piya      Milan 1967

Mehaboob Mere Mehbob Mere       Patthar Ke Sanam, 1967

Je Hum Tum Chori Se Bandhe Ek   Dharati Kahe Pukar Ke  1969

Ek Pyar Ka Nagma Hai                   Shor 1972

Paani Re Paani                               Shor 1972

Few solo song of Mukesh with Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Tum Bin Jeevan Kaise    Anita 1967

Gore Gore Chand Ke     Anita  1967

Tauba Ye Matwali Chal   Patthar Ke Sanam 1967

Ram Kare Aisa Ho Jaye  Milan 1967

 Mubarak Ho Sabko  Milan 1967

Taron Ne Sajke  Jal Bin Machhli Nritya Bin Bijlee  1971

Chanchal Sheetal Nirmal   Satyam Shivam Sundaram 1978

MANNA DEY

71 numbers .There are many good duets of Manna Dey with Lata..”Sati-Savitri”, “Pushpanjali”, “Chaitali” ….some memorable hits “Shor”.

Few of the songs sung by Manna Dey for Laxmikant-Pyarelal

Tum Gagan Ke Chandrama Ho….(with Lata)….Sati Savitri 1964

Jago Prabhat Aaya….Sant Gyaneshwar 1964 (Pure Classical)

Ek Ritu Aaye Ek Ritu Jaye…….(Pure Classical with Lata) Sau Saal Baad 1966

O Meri Maina ..( with Usha Mangeshkar)…Pyar Kiye Jaa 1966

Keh Gay Father Ibrahim Izzat 1968

Sham Dhale Jamuna Kinare…(  melody with Lata  )  Pushpanjali 1970

Jeevan Chalane Ka Naam…( with Mahendra Kapoor, Hit song)..Shor 1972

Dharti Ambar Neend Se JaageChaitali 1973)

Yashomati Maiya Se ..(with Lata)…Satyam Shivam Sundaram 1978

MAHENDRA KAPOOR  

Close to 71 songs of Mahendra Kapoor with LP, major hits, “Nagin”, “Shor”, “Badalte Rishte”..and many more. Fabulous duets with Lata Mangeshkar 

Phool Ban Jaunga  Lata – Mahendra K.   Pyar Kiye Jaa 1966

Ye Kali Jab Talak    Lata – Mahendra K.   Aaye Din Bahar Ke  1966

Sun-E-Bahar          Lata – Mahendra K.    Night  In London   1967

Tere Sang Pyar      Lata – Mahendra K.    Nagin  1976

Meri Saanson Ko   Lata – Mahendra K.    Badalte Rishte      1978

Narendra Chanchal, Bobby   1973

Shailendra Singh,   Bobby   1973 

S P Balasubramaniam (Ek Duje Ke Liye 1981), were introduced by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. Bhupendra and Famous music director 

HEMANT KUMAR (“Harishchandra Taramati” 1963 …’suraj re jalate rahana’ ). 

TALAT MEHMOOD:- “Woh Din Yaad Karo” (‘mohabbat ki kahaniya’) Only one song. 

ANAND BAKSHI:– Three songs (“Mom Ki Gudiya” and “Charas” )

SUMAN KALYANPUR:- Close to 30 songs ..

Usha Mangeshkar, 

Minoo Purushottam, 

Kamal Barot, 

Sulakshna Pandit, 

Vani Jairam, 

Hemlata, 

Shobhaa Gurtu, 

S Janki, 

Salma Agha, 

Vani Jairam, 

P Sushila, 

Shamsad Begum (Aaya Toofan, 1964)    etc have sung under Laxmikant-Pyarelal. 

Famous lady singer USHA UTHUP was introduced in Hindi Film Music by Laxmikant-Pyarelal (“Devi” 1970)

Famous Actors, Mehmood, Amitabh Bachchan, Ambarish Puri, Shashi Kapoor, Sachin, Leena Chandavarkar etc,  have sung under Laxmikant-Pyarelal. Actress Padmini Kolhapure and Shivangi Kolhapure (today’s actress Shraddha Kapoor’s mother) were regular singers in the Laxmikant-Pyarelal orchestra. 

NEXT GENERATION SINGERS:::

Laxmikant-Pyarelal have privileged of introducing/limelighting  the singers like

ANURADHA PAUDWAL (close to 239 songs only with Laxmikant-Pyarelal, the highest) KAVITHA KRISHNMURTHY (278 songs  only with Laxmikant-Pyarelal, the highest) 

ALKA YAGNIK (close to 225 songs). (Mr India ek do teen chaar ).

ALISHA CHINOY (“Mr India” 1987 ‘kate nahin karate’ ), 

SADHANA SARAGAM (“Saudagar”), 

SAPANA MUKHARJEE , 

UTTARA KELKAR, 

POORNIMA, 

SHOBHA JOSHI (“Hum”)

ILA ARUN etc. 

Suresh Wadkar, 

Amit Kumar, 

Shabbir Kumar, 

Jolly Mukarjee, (introduced by LP ) 

Nitin Mukesh , 

Yesudas, 

Anwar, 

Mohammad Aziz, ( 272 songs, the highest numbers with any music directors)

Manhar Ulhas, Udit Narayan, Sudesh Bhonsle, Sonu Nigam, Anup Jalota, Pankaj Ulhas, Jani Babu Qawwal, Dr. Kamlesh Awash, Rajan-Sajan Mishra, Talat Aziz, Roop Kumar Rathod, Jagjit Singh, Hariharan, Vinod Rathod, Kumar Sanu, Abhijit, Aadesh Srivastava,  and many more singers have sung under Laxmikant-Pyarelal. 

Today’s sensational Singer SUKHVINDER SINGH was introduced by Laxmikant-Pyarelal in “Saudagar” 

Laxmikant-Pyarelal have privilege of bringing two sensational singers from Pakistan,, RESHMA ( “Hero”..lambi judai’ ) and MEHANDI  HASSAN (Mahesh Bhatt’s “Dhun” ..’main aatma tu parmatma’) and Bangladesh RUNA LAILA

Not to forget:- Many of the new generation singers got a name fame 

through Laxmikant-Pyarelal songs..

Anuradha Paudwal:::Tu Mera Janu Hai  Hero 1983

Alka Yagnik:: “Ek Do Teen”   “Tezaab” 1987

Sudesh Bhonsle:- “Jumma Chumma De De” “Hum” 

Manhar Udhas  “Hero” and “Dayawan”

Shabbir Kumar, 

Mohammad Aziz, one two four  and duniya main kitna gham

Pankaj Udhas ..:Chitthi Aayi Hai    Naam  1985

Kavita Krishnmurthy and many…Mr. India 

Even Laxmikantji himself have sung 3 to 4 songs under Laxmikant-Pyarelal, (Desh Premi)

Mohammad Rafi  >        chahunga main tujhe       Dosti  1964

Lata Mangeshkar >        aap mujhe achchhe        Jeene Ki Raah  1969

Narendra Chanchal >    beshaq mandir masjid     Bobby 1973

Mahendra Kapoor  >      aur nahin bas aur nahin  Roti Kapda Aur Makan  1974

Anuradha Paudwal >     mere man  baja manjira   Utsav  1985

Alka Yagnik >                 ek do teen                        Tezaab  1988

Alka Yagnik and Ila Arun  choli ke pichhe               Khalnayak   1993

Below is the comprehensive list of 160 singers sung for Laxmikant-Pyarelal. 

** Indicates The Highest Numbers Of The Songs Rendered, By The Singer,                                                Under Any Music Directors. 

SingerGenderNo. of Songs
Lata MangeshkarFemale712 **
Asha BhosleFemale496
Kishore KumarMale402
Mohd. RafiMale381 **
Kavita KrishnamurthyFemale278 **
Mohd. AzizMale271 **
Anuradha PaudwalFemale239 **
Alka YagnikFemale225
Suresh WadkarMale113
Shabbir KumarMale112
MukeshMale80
Amit KumarMale94
Mahendra KapoorMale71
Manna DeyMale70
Shailendra SinghMale56
Sudesh BhosleMale52
Manhar UdhasMale45
Udit NarayanMale43
Usha MangeshkarFemale42
S P BalasubramaniamMale36
Nitin MukeshMale35
Vinod RathodMale31
Suman KalyanpurFemale30
AnwarMale20
HemlataFemale19
S. JanakiFemale18
Sadhana SargamFemale18
Arun BakshiMale14
Kumar SanuMale13
Sukhvinder SinghMale12
Anupama DeshpandeFemale11
LaxmikantMale11
Ila ArunFemale10
Sapna MukherjeeFemale10
Jolly MukherjeeMale10
Anup JalotaMale9
Pankaj UdhasMale9
Talat AzizMale9
RajeshwariFemale8
Sulakshana PanditFemale8
Nalin DaveMale8
Rajan MishraMale8
Roop Kumar RathodMale8
Sajan MishraMale8
Alisha ChinaiFemale7
Dilraj KaurFemale7
Minoo PurushottamFemale7
Kamal BarotFemale6
Vani JairamFemale6
HariharanMale6
Sonali BajpaiFemale5
Bhupinder SinghMale5
Hemant KumarMale5
Jaspal SinghMale5
MehmoodMale5
Narendra ChanchalMale5
YesudasMale5
Chandrani MukherjeeFemale4
PoornimaFemale4
ReshmaFemale4
Salma AghaFemale4
Shobha JoshiFemale4
Jayshree ShivramFemale3
Shobha GurtuFemale3
Shyama ChittarFemale3
AbhijeetMale3
Amitabh BachchanMale3
Anand BakshiMale3
Jani Babu QawwalMale3
Shashi KapoorMale3
Sonu NigamMale3
Vinay MandkeMale3
Aruna IraniFemale2
Hema MaliniFemale2
Padmini KolhapureFemale2
Runa LailaFemale2
S. P SailajaFemale2
Shamshad BegumFemale2
Shivangi KolhapureFemale2
Sudha MalhotraFemale2
Usha UthupFemale2
Zeenat AmanFemale2
Anand KumarMale2
Jagjit SinghMale2
Johnny LeverMale2
Johnny WhiskeyMale2
Kamal HaasanMale2
Mahesh KumarMale2
Mangal SinghMale2
Shatrughan SinhaMale2
Aarti MukherjeeFemale1
AnnapurnaFemale1
AnnetteFemale1
B. VasanthaFemale1
Baby TabassumFemale1
ChithraFemale1
Ila DesaiFemale1
Kaumudi MunshiFemale1
Krishna MukherjeeFemale1
Lakshmi ShankarFemale1
Leena ChandavarkarFemale1
Meena PatkiFemale1
NoorjahanFemale1
P. SusheelaFemale1
Parveen SultanaFemale1
Preeti UttamFemale1
Priya MayekarFemale1
RakheeFemale1
Ranu MukherjeeFemale1
Reema DasFemale1
Sagarika MukherjeeFemale1
Sarika KapoorFemale1
Sunita RaoFemale1
Usha KhannaFemale1
Usha TimothyFemale1
Uttara KelkarFemale1
Vandana ShastriFemale1
Adesh ShrivastavaMale1
Afzal SabriMale1
Amrish PuriMale1
Anil KapoorMale1
AsraniMale1
Aziz NazanMale1
BalbirMale1
Bali BrahmbhattMale1
BharatMale1
ChitalkarMale1
Dilip KumarMale1
Gurdas MannMale1
I.S JoharMale1
Iqbal SabriMale1
Jackie ShroffMale1
Javed JafriMale1
JeetendraMale1
Kamlesh AwasthiMale1
Majid Irfan QawwalMale1
Mangal DhillonMale1
Mehboob ChawanMale1
Mehdi HasanMale1
Mukul AgarwalMale1
Pankaj MitraMale1
PradeepMale1
Prayag RajMale1
RajendranathMale1
Raju ShreshthaMale1
Rishi KapoorMale1
Roopesh KumarMale1
SachinMale1
Salim Prem RagiMale1
Subhash GhaiMale1
SukhwantMale1
Syed SabriMale1
Talat MahmoodMale1
V. ShrivastavaMale1
Vijay BenedictMale1
Vinod MehraMale1
Vinod SharmaMale1
Vivek VarmaMale1
Wasi RazaMale1
Zahid NazanMale1
Ajay Poundarik, Atlanta (Georgia) USA . 1st December, 2020

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I am a Mechanical Engineering Graduate. Boiler Proficiency Engineer. Deeply In Love With Hindi Film Music When I Was Eight Years Of Age, Since 1963. I Have A Liking For All Contemporary Music Directors Compositions. I Am A Fan Of Laxmikant-Pyarelal Music. I Have Grown-Up By Listening To Laxmikant-Pyarelal Music. I Like Test Cricket Only. Worked In The Capacity Of General Manager For The Fields Of Project Implementation, Facility Management, Construction Management and Plant Maintenance In INDIA, NIGERIA & AFGHANISTAN.

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