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D. Burman, was a music composer and singer.
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Stay informed about the latest hit and trend so you're always up to date when it comes to your mates. Choose the language(s) of the sound you are listening to. Aka Rahul Dev Burman, also known as R. D. Burman, and Pancham da, (June 27, 1939-4, January 1994) was one of the great musical writers of Bollywood.
Among his supporters, R.D. Burman is known as Pancham. Asha Bhosle was the only child of the singer and musical writer Sachin Dev Burman and Meera and the second wife of the backing singer Asha Bhosle. It is attributed to him that he revolutionized Hindi film making, and his styles and technique are still followed by contemporary Hindi film-makers.
For a long time he began to compose independently. Of his 331 published films, 292 were in Hindi, 31 in Bangla, 3 in Telugu, 2 each in Tamil & Oriya and 1 in Marathi. He has also written for 5 TV series in Hindi and Marathi. In Bangla he has also recorded a large number of non-film tracks (also known as Pooja tracks or contemporary songs), which are available in various records.
It also sang a number for a little movie named Maa Ki Pukaar, 1975. The Burmese composer D D Burman appeared in eighteen films he made. He also used some of the famous occidental lieder to write his own compositions. The inspiration for his Superhit "Mehbooba Mehbooba" is the Grecian singer Demis Roussos Pancham's Say Youove Me, be it the romance Raat cali by Buddha mil Gay (1971), the sexiness of Caravan's Piya tu ab to Ayja comedy ('1971), the ultimative hippy hymn Dum Maro Dum by Hare Krishna Hare Rama (1972) or the classic Raina beeti Jaye.
It' s said that Dev Anand didn't record the full length of Dum Maro Dum in Hare Rama Hare Krishna because he feared that the track would cast a shadow over the movie. Sometimes R.D. was also a singer. As a singer, his most popular tune was Mehbooba from Sholay.
It''s based on the Demis Roussos track "Say You love Me". And Pancham was a very inventive man. Several of Pancham's tracks were influenced by pop music. As an example, Aao twist Karin (Bhoot Bangla) was a straight elevator from Come lets twin again by Chubby Checker, while Tera mousse shai ka nata na ata-ki ( "Aaa Gale La Gay Yes") is said to be a copy of The Yellow Rose of Texas by Elvis Presley.
"The Bhali Bhali Si Ek Surat" (by Buddha Mil Gaya) is based on "Jump in the Line" (by Harry Belafonte). He has also adopted East European traditional songs, such as the song in the film Satte Pe Satta. Discussed the impact of the East European Socialist bloc on Pancham's work.
He has also direct several local movies, such as Bangla, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu and Marathi. Pancham's non-film score includes only a few records, among them the internationally acclaimed Pantera record, which he shared with Jose Flores, a latino musician.