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  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    one of the music legend of India, he really worth everything in this country, I love his bade acche lagte hain song from balika badhu.


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  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    RD Burmans range was immense , he could effortlessly compose any kind of tune - from cabaret to romantic duets to folk songs and ghazals..

    Mehbooba Mehbooba, bheegi bheegi Raton mein , chuniri sambhal Gori , aaja piya toh se pyar doo, Ghar aaja ghir aa, MERI jaan Maine KAHA, o mere Sona re, run be mujhe dekha ..What a fabulous range !


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  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    Though he picked up a lot of tunes from Western music, his creativity gave a refreshing and personal touch to them


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  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    usha manohar wrote:

    R D Burmans singing voice was unique and his best known songs are probably Mehbooba mehbooba from Sholay and Duniya mein logonko dhoka khabie..from Apna Desh picturised on Rajesh Khanna ! 

    One more song Smunder Nha Key or Bhi Namkeen Ho Gai Ho, Film Pukar.

     


  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    anil wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    R D Burmans singing voice was unique and his best known songs are probably Mehbooba mehbooba from Sholay and Duniya mein logonko dhoka khabie..from Apna Desh picturised on Rajesh Khanna ! 

    One more song Smunder Nha Key or Bhi Namkeen Ho Gai Ho, Film Pukar.

    I like another song from Pukar, BachKe rehna re baba, sung by Kishore and Asha,

     


  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    Apparently Pancham was extremely humorous . On his wife Asha Bhosles birthday he gift wrapped two brooms and gave her . The reason being that Asha was a stickler for cleanliness and when she was at home , she wd be perpetually sweeping and dusting..lol

     


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  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    Yes. R. D Burman had a great sense of humor. The movie Padosan, not only the comedians in the movie, even R.D Burman, the composer, lyricist Rajendrakishen had a great sense of humor.

    Javed Akhtar's account on R.D Burman's sense of humor

    http://cityairnews.com/content/rd-burman-had-great-sense-humour-javed-akhtar

     


  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    I think Panchamda was the first composer who explored unconventional things to provide outstanding music. He even produced memorable music using a comb in the song from Padosan, 'Mere Samnewali Khidki mein' the quite distinct creaking kind of music heard before the song was created using a comb.

    They say a creative genius looks beyond the obvious. For an ordinary mortal a comb is just a comb, nothing else. The intro music bit in the Movie  Podosan is an example of Pancham's creative genius.

     


  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    rambabu wrote:
    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    I think Panchamda was the first composer who explored unconventional things to provide outstanding music. He even produced memorable music using a comb in the song from Padosan, 'Mere Samnewali Khidki mein' the quite distinct creaking kind of music heard before the song was created using a comb.

    They say a creative genius looks beyond the obvious. For an ordinary mortal a comb is just a comb, nothing else. The intro music bit in the Movie  Podosan is an example of Pancham's creative genius.

    I think Kalyani has already touched on the subject and so why do you parrot the same thing ? Please give a link to this intro music of padosan so that we too can enjoy it 


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    Thank you said by: Kalyani Nandurkar, Arunima Singh

  • Re: Remembering RD Burman on his death anniversary..

    by » 3 years ago


    It is even said that he helped his father with his composition and it is his suggestions that made some of SD Burman's song so popular. I remember one such song " Roop tera mastaba" from Aradhna. SD had given a slower tune which was not so appealing. Pancham Da suggested the other tune which was used. The song became a super hot. So he can be credited for some of his father's success too. I remember it from one of the radio interviews of Asha Bhonsle during my childhood


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