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Biography of Naushad

Saturday, June 9, 2012
Biography of Naushad
Jun 9th 2012, 15:58


Naushad born on December 25 1925 and left us on May 5 2006,his place of birth was capital of up lucknow.Naushad was awarded the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for lifetime contribution to Indian cinema in 1982.His birth name was Naushad Ali.

about Naushad and his journy

Naushad moved to Bombay in the late 1930s to pursue his dream to be a musician, and he had to struggle a lot. He had several rejections and he had to strive hard to reach to the top. Composer Khemchand Prakash retained him as his assistant and taught him. Naushad remained forever indebted to Prakash for his generosity.
Although he got his break in 1940 with the film Prem Nagar, he received recognition only in 1942 with the film Sharda. He attained high acclaim with his film Ratan in 1944, and then there was no turning back for him. All his songs turned out to be blockbusters for hit films, particularly films made by either Abdul Rashid Kardar or Mehboob Khan.
Naushad was a pioneer in the field of sound mixing, of separate recording of vocal and music tracks in playback singing, and using background music to enhance characters’ moods and dialogues through music. His music was contemporary and he adapted Western techniques and instruments into his music, as evident in the films Jadoo (1951) and Mere Mehboob (1963).
In the 1950s and 1960s, Naushad’s career was a rising graph. Some of his tunes were featured in timeless classics like the Mughal period films Baiju Bawra (1952) and Mughal-E-Azam (1960) and the epic Mother India (1957).Naushad has given many hits with lata mangeskarnaushad biography
Taj Mahal  An Eternal Love Story (2005)
Guddu (1995)
Aawaz De Kahan Hai (1990)
Teri Payal Mere Geet (1989)
Dhwani (1988)
Love and God (1986)
Dharam Kanta (1982)
Chambal Ki Rani (1979)
Aaina (1977)
Sunehra Sansar (1975)
Tangewala (1972)
Ganwaar (1970)
Aadmi (1968)
Saathi (1968)
Sunghursh (1968)
Palki (1967)
Ram Aur Shyam (1967)
Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)
Saaz Aur Awaaz (1966)
Leader (1964)
Mere Mehboob (1963)
Son of India (1962)
Gunga Jumna (1961)
Mughal-E-Azam (1960)
Kohinoor (1960)
Zara Bachke (1959)
Sohni Mahiwal (1958)
Mother India (1957)
Baradari (1955)
Shahzada (1955)
Uran Khatola (1955)
Amar (1954)
Darwaza (1954)
Shabab (1954)
Char Chand (1953)
Aan (1952)
Baiju Bawra (1952)
Deewana (1952)
Deedar (1951)
Jadoo (1951)
Babul (1950)
Dastan (1950)
Andaz (1949)
Chandni Raat (1949)
Dillagi (1949)
Dulari (1949)
Anokhi Ada (1948)
Mela (1948)
Dard (1947)
Naatak (1947)
Anmol Ghadi (1946)
Keemat (1946)
Shahjahan (1946)
Sanyasi (1945)
Geet (1944)
Jeevan (1944)
Pehle Aap (1944)
Ratan (1944)
Kanoon (1943)
Namaste (1943)
Sanjog (1943)
Nai Duniya (1942)
Sharda (1942)
Station Master (1942)
Darshan (1941)
Mala (1941)
Prem Nagar (1940)

1992, received Sangeet Natak Akademi Award
1954, he won the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director for Baiju Bawra
2000 he received the Screen Lifetime Achievement Award

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