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Biography of S D Burman

Sunday, June 3, 2012

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Biography of S D Burman
Jun 3rd 2012, 10:53

Introduction

S D Burman born on 01st October, 1906 in Comilla, Bangladesh and also known as Burman da, Kumar Sachindra Dev Barman, S. D. Burman, Sachin Karta, Burman Dada.

about S D Burman and his journy

He had explored the forests of Assam and Tripura from where he gained his formidable knowledge and rich repertoire of the folk of that region and Bengal.

Later he became a disciple of Ustad Aftabuddin Khan, becoming an ace flautist, He had started his own music school, “Sur Mandir” in Calcutta in the 1930″s. He rose to be a popular singer there. He joined the illustrious K. C. Dey in the Calcutta.

He started his musical career in Bengal as a singer of folk and light classical music and also composed music for the radio, which bore prominent traces of East Bengali and north-eastern folk music, music that had inspired him early in life.
His first Film debut singing was for Pankaj Mullick in Atorthy’s Yahudi Ki Ladki (1933) but the songs were scrapped and re-sung by Pahadi Sanyal. Finally his first film as singer was Tinkari Chakraborthy’s Sanjher Pidim (1935).
Dada started work as a music director in Calcutta in 1939. In Calcutta he tried to to compose muisc for new theatre movies but he couldn’t got opportunity, Five years later, he moved to Bombay. His first major breakthrough came the following year with the Filmistan’s Do Bhai (1947) Aath Din(1948) and Sabnam (1949). Munimji was another hit.

Dada was disgusted with materialism and the sheer commercial nature of the Mumbai film industry. Volcanic in nature, Dada decided to quit mid”way through Mashaal (1950) and return to Calcutta. R D BurmanS D Burman is Son of S D Burman
Film
• Tyaag (1977)
• Arjun Pandit (1976)
• Barood (1976)
• Chupke Chupke (1975)
• Mili (1975)
• Prem Nagar (1974)
• Sagina (1974)
• Us-Paar (1974)
• Jugnu (1973)
• Abhimaan (1973)
• Chhupa Rustam (1973)
• Phagun (1973)
• Anuraag (1972)
• Yeh Gulistan Hamara (1972)
• Zindagi Zindagi (1972)
• Tere Mere Sapne (1971)
• Gambler (1971)
• Naya Zamana (1971)
• Sharmeelee (1971)
• Prem Pujari (1970)
• Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970)
• Aradhana (1969)
• Jyoti (1969)
• Talash (1969)
• Jewel Thief (1967)
• Guide (1965)
• Teen Devian (1965)
• Benazir (1964)
• Kaise Kahoon (1964)
• Ziddi (1964)
• Bandini (1963)
• Meri Surat Teri Ankhen (1963)
• Tere Ghar Ke Samne (1963)
• Baat Ek Raat Ki (1962)
• Dr. Vidya (1962)
• Naughty Boy (1962)
• Bewaqoof (1960)
• Bombai Ka Babu (1960)
• Ek Ke Baad Ek (1960)
• Kala Bazar (1960)
• Manzil (1960)
• Insan Jaag Utha (1959)
• Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959)
• Sujata (1959)
• Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958)
• Kalapani (1958)
• Lajwanti (1958)
• Solva Saal (1958)
• Pyaasa (1957)
• Nau Do Gyarah (1957)
• Paying Guest (1957)
• Funtoosh (1956)
• Devdas (1955)
• House No. 44 (1955)
• Munimji (1955)
• Society (1955)
• Taxi Driver (1954)
• Armaan (1953)
• Jeewan Jyoti (1953)
• Shahenshah (1953)
• Jaal (1952)
• Lal Kunwar (1952)
• Baazi (1951)
• Bahar (1951)
• Buzdil (1951)
• Naujawan (1951)
• Sazaa (1951)
• Afsar (1950)
• Mashaal (1950)
• Pyaar (1950)
• Shabnam (1949)
• Vidya (1948)
• Chittor Vijay (1947)
• Dil-Ki-Rani (Sweet-Heart) (1947)
• Do Bhai (1947)
• Kalankini (1945)
• Chhadmabeshi (1944)
• Milan (1942)
• Rajgee (1937)

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