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Hai Apnaa Dil To Aawaaraa_MMM_10-Dec-17
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Song: Hai apnaa dil to aawaaraa;
Film: Solva Saal (1958);
MD: S. D. Burman;
Original Singer: Hemant Kumar;
Lyricist: Majrooh Sultanpuri;

My tribute to S.D. Burman & Henatda both of them were just versatile musicians. Little tidbit for Sachinda...

Sachin Dev Burman (01 Oct, 1906 – 31 Oct, 1975) was born in Comilla (now Bangladesh). Mother’s name was Nabadwipchandra and Father’s name was Ishanacandra Dev Burman, a descendant of a royal family. SDB was one of nine children and youngest of five boys.
SDB initially learned from his father who was an accomplished drupad singer and sitar player. However SDB went thru extensive formal music training between 1925 to 1930 under the watchful eyes of K.C.Dey, Bishmadev Chattopadhaya, and renowned sarangi player Kahifa Badal Khan, Violin / Sarod maestro Allaudin Khan, and Kazi Nazrul Islam.

SDB started his professional career as a singer for Calcutta Radio station in 1932 performing Bengali, Tripuri Folk music, and light classical music. SDB started composing for Bengali theatre in mid-1930’s. He moved to Bombay in 1944 on the invitation of Sasadhar Mukherjee to work on Ashok Kumar’s two films, Shikar (1946) and Aath Din (1946). SDB almost left Bombay Hindi film industry leaving Mashaal (1950) midway thru the project due to artistic integrity issues. However he was persuaded to stay and he did his legendary artistic work for films like Kagaz Ke Phool (1959) and Devdas (1955).

SDB’s noted clash with Lata M came in 1957 which led him to start using Asha B who years later became his daughter-in-law.

SDB’s heath started deteriorating in 1960’s when his son, RD Burman started helping in his professional work. Memorable work during this period include Guide (1965). SDB continued his work thru mid 70’s with masterpieces for Abhiman (1973), Chupke Chupke (1975) and Mili (1975). Although midway thru Milli, SDB went in coma and passed away on 31 Oct, 1975.

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