If Vapi Lahiri Had he lived, he would still be composing, singing, and living a king-sized life. His zest for life was unmatched. He has composed music for nearly 500 of his film scores. Of these, 400 were Hindi films. In Bollywood, this record is unmatched.
After a 50-year musical career, Bappi felt like one of the luckiest composers in the history of Indian film music.Take a Look at the Artists He’s Worked With: His First Hindi Songs to hi mele chanda to him mela terra in the movie What is it Mukesh sang.then he worked with Mohammad RafiAsha Bhosle, Kishore Kumar, P Susheela, S Janaki, S P Balasubramaniam, Yesudas.
He was a big fan of Kishore Kumar’s voice. But it was Rataj that he worshiped as a hero all his life. He never called her by her name, but decided to call her Mata Saraswati. Bappi credited her parents and her Lataji for her achievements. It was because of Rataj’s support that Bapi was able to establish herself in Mumbai.
Bapi was when Rataj came home to the Eden Garden district of Kolkata where we lived and blessed him. Rataj sang many Bhangra songs for Bappi’s father Aparesh Lahiri who was a famous composer in Kolkata. Rataj sang Bappi’s first composition in the Bengali film Dadu.
bapiz The first Bollywood blockbuster was Tahir Hussain’s ZahmyIn it Rataj sang Abi Abi Thi Dushmani When blue Tuchen Chand Pe Le JaonBoth are big hits.That movie also had a duet with Asha Kishore Jalta hai jiya mera bhigi-bhigi raaton mein It infuriated.
strangely Bapida Bappi Lahiri re-established himself as the king of disco in the 1980s and became a highly successful composer despite his previous great success with melodies. Even as disco became synonymous with his music, he continued to compose cinematic soft melodies. Raf que de run, patita When Hatia.
Bappi is named after a 1979 movie called “Disco King”. Sulaksha with the song Mausam hai gaane kaThat started his journey as a disco composer. Film scores of the 1980s and 90s were stamped by Bappi Lahiri.
This image of the bejeweled rock star came to Bappi from his idol, Elvis Presley. As a child, Bappi saw posters and photographs of his Elvis and imagined himself growing up with a similar image when he one day became a musician.gold chains all around bapiz The neck was inscribed with the name of a particular deity.
Bapi Lahiri once said to me: Pyar chahiye mujhe har ghadi It’s my life’s hymn. I want to be loved every moment Because I love every moment. To play young music the fire is still raging in me. That I am addicted to Indian melodies in my soul But the feet are committed to a trendy rhythm. I want to make young music even when I’m 70.”
it wasn’t meant to be.
Subhash K Jha is a Patna-based film critic who has been writing about Bollywood long enough to know the Bollywood industry thoroughly. He tweets at @SubhashK_Jha.
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