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Kumar Sanu, Amit Trivedi, Ayushmann Khurrana: B-Town remembers Pancham Da on his birth anniversary!
Amit Trivedi wrote Happy birthday to the boss. Your music, even today sounds magical. Thank you Pancham Da for the amazing work you have done.
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A tribute to the legendary musician RD Burman- watch videos!
On the musician’s 76th birth anniversary, we take a look at some of his most popular songs. Watch videos!
Rahul Dev Burman, fondly called Pancham Da passed away in 1994. June 27 is his 76th birth anniversary and here is a tribute to the legendary musician Click here to read more
In memory of RD Burman: Shahank Vyas, Shraddha Arya, Roopal Tyagi reveal their favourite Pancham da songs – Watch video!
The melodious songs and beautiful tunes still are the most often played numbers on almost everyone’s playlist. We remember some of the great music created by RD Burman, who was born on June 27, 1939
On the occasion of RD Burman‘s 76th birth anniversary, we asked a few celebs from telly town about their favourite Pancham da songs that they love humming till date; and this is what they said… Click here to read more
Ramesh Sippy: I miss RD Burman today
Veteran filmmaker Ramesh Sippy says legendary music composer RD Burman was a “man of tomorrow”, who ushered in a new style of music in the Indian film scene
Sippy’s association with Burman, fondly called Pancham Da, began with Seeta Aur Geeta (1972) and spanned through cult hits like Sholay, Shaan, Shakti and Sagar. Click here to read more
Remembering music legend RD Burman on his 75th birth anniversary
The legendary music composer has composed musical scores for over 331 movies
One of the seminal music directors of the Indian film industry, music director and composer R D Burman, was one of the most beloved and admired composer in Bollywood. Son of the legendary music director Sachin Dev Burman, Rahul was fondly referred to as Pancham and started his journey with Chhote Nawab (1961). Click here to read more
Special film for RD Burman’s 75th birth anniversary
Asha Bhosle, Gulzar and Javed Akhtar to share their fond memories with the music director
A special film titled Puncham – Mujhey Chaltey Jaana Hai will pay a tribute to late, noted Bollywood music director RD Burman, fondly known as Pancham da, on his 75th birth anniversary June 27. Click here to read more
Sujoy Ghosh, happy birthday!
The Kahaani director turns 48 today
Director Sujoy Ghosh’s debut Jhankaar Beats is hailed as the ‘father’ of multiplex films. It got good reviews and over the years went on to become one of the best tributes to music director RD Burman ever made in modern times. Post JB, Sujoy came up with Home Delivery and Aladin, both of which flopped at the box office. Click here to read more
Neetu Singh thrilled about her nephew’s movie Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
Veteran actor Neetu Singh is thrilled that her nephew Armaan Jain’s debut film is named Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, which is a line from her popular song from the film Yaadon Ki Baarat
Neetu Singh featured in the RD Burman song in the 1973 film wearing a red dress. It went on to become a chartbuster in those times, and hence, it holds a special place in her heart. Click here to read more
Asha Bhosle on Gulzar: The Dadasaheb Phalke Award has gone to a deserving artist!
From the time she sang Ghar jayegi tar jayegi doliyaan chadh jayegi for Gulzar in Khushboo, Asha Bhosle has shared a very special rapport with her Gulzar bhai who has been named for the coveted Dadasaheb Phalke Award
The veteran singer feels it has gone to a very deserving artist. Click here to read more
Gulzar honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke award, 7 best songs of the legendary lyricist
After the Grammys, Gulzar is honoured with the highest award in India, the Dadasaheb Phalke award and here is our tribute to his creative genius
Gulzar was recently revered for his contribution to the Hindi film industry with the Dadasaheb Phalke award. We too at BollywoodLife decided to add our two bits by revisiting some of his musical classics that have etched an indelible mark on our hearts. Click here to read more
After Jeetendra, now Gulzar to receive Dadasaheb Phalke award!
The famous lyricist, poet, author and filmmaker will also receive the highest cinema award this year
Gulzar has been selected to get the 2013 Dadasaheb Phalke award. If we recall a few days back Jeetendra was also selected for the same award. The Dadsaheb Phalke award is India’s highest award for an individual for their contribution towards Indian cinema. It is annually given by the Government of India. Click here to read more
Is Varun Dhawan the biggest copycat in Bollywood?
Varun seems to have taken a lot of “inspiration” from not one but three actors for his upcoming film, Main Tera Hero
Varun Dhawan, who made a fantastic debut in Karan Johar’s Student Of The Year, is all set for his second film, Main Tera Hero (MTH), which will hit the theatres on April 4. Click here to read more
After Hrithik Roshan and Shahrukh Khan, Varun Dhawan copies Amitabh Bachchan!
Sajid Wajid’s Palat song is inspired by Big B’s hit song Jahan teri yeh nazar hain from Kaalia
Shahrukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan have been a part of official remake of Amitabh Bachchan films Don and Agneepath, looks like from the newer generation Varun Dhawan is keen to do a Bachchan onscreen. Palat song is being touted by Main Tera Hero makers as the biggest ‘pick up’ anthem this summer. The tune of this song is very familiar and influenced by RD Burman’s track from the legend’s movie. Click here to read more
Asha Bhosle, Annu Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore pay tribute to RD Burman
They came together and crooned Panchamda’s songs at an event, specially held in his honour
Asha Bhosle, the legendary singer, gave a tribute to her late husband RD Burman at an event called Utsav 2014 Rahul Ki Asha, recently. The event, held in Kolkata, was kept in honour of the music maestro. The event also saw veteran actor Sharmila Tagore and versatile Annu Kapoor come on stage and give shraddhanjali to Panchamda.Click here to read more
Manna Dey deserved a lot more than he got: Lata Mangeshkar
The veteran singer remembers working with the legendary Manna Dey who passed away on October 24
Lata Mangeshkar remembers Manna Dey as a versatile singer and says that the late singer didn’t get as much as he deserved. “I feel really sad to see a colleague go. We sang so many memorable melodies together. If there was duets as romantic as Pyar hua ikrar hua, Yeh raat bheegi bheegi Click here to read more