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1. Mohammad Rafi
Mohammed Rafi (24 December 1924 – 31 July 1980) was an Indian playback artist and a standout amongst the most prevalent artists of the Hindi film industry. Rafi was remarkable for his adaptability; his tunes extended from traditional numbers to devoted tunes, miserable languishments to very sentimental numbers, qawwalis to ghazals and bhajans. He was known for his capacity to form his voice to the persona of the on-screen character, lip-syncing the melody on screen in the film. Somewhere around 1950 and 1970, Rafi was the most looked for after vocalist in the Hindi film industry. He got six Filmfare Awards and one National Film Award. In 1967, he was respected with the Padma Shri grant by the Government of India.
Rafi is principally noted for his tunes in Hindi, over which he had a solid order. It is trusted that he sang around 7,400 melodies in numerous languages. He sang in other Indian dialects including Assamese, Konkani, Bhojpuri, Odia, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Sindhi, Kannada, Gujarati, Telugu, Magahi, Maithili and Urdu. Aside from Indian dialects, he likewise sang tunes in English, Farsi, Arabic, Sinhalese, Creole and Dutch.
2. Lata Mangeshkar
Lata Mangeshkar (conceived 28 September 1929) is an Indian playback vocalist, and incidental music-author. She is one of the best known and most regarded playback artists in India. Mangeshkar vocation began in 1942 and has crossed more than seven decades. She has recorded tunes for over a thousand Hindi movies and has sung tunes in more than thirty-six local Indian dialects and outside dialects, however basically in Marathi and Hindi. She is the senior sister of artists Asha Bhosle, Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar and Meena Mangeshkar. India's most noteworthy honor in silver screen, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, was given on her in 1989 by the Government of India. She is the second vocalist, after M. S. Subbulakshmi, to have ever been granted the Bharat Ratna, India's most elevated nonmilitary personnel respect.
Lata Mangeshkar was conceived in a Marathi-speaking Gomantak Maratha family, in the regal condition of Indore, part of the Central India Agency (now a portion of Madhya Pradesh). Her dad, Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar, was a traditional vocalist and theater performing artist. Her mom Shevanti (Shudhamati) who was from Thalner, Maharashtra, was Deenanath's second spouse. The family's last name used to be Hardikar; Deenanath transformed it to Mangeshkar so as to recognize his family with his local town, Mangeshi in Goa. Lata was named "Hema" at her introduction to the world. Her folks later renamed her Lata after a female character, Latika, in one of her dad's plays, BhaawBandhan. Lata is the eldest offspring of her folks. Meena, Asha, Usha and Hridaynath are her kin in grouping.
Mangeshkar took her first lessons from her dad. At five years old, she began to fill in as an on-screen character in her dad's melodic plays (Sangeet Natak in Marathi). On the main day in the school, she began instructing melodies to other youngsters. At the point when the instructor halted her, she was angry to the point that she quit setting off to the school. Different sources refer to that she cleared out school since they would not permit her to carry Asha with her, as she would frequently carry her more youthful sister with her.
3. Sonu Nigam
Sonu Nigam (30 July 1973) is an Indian playback vocalist whose tunes have been highlighted essentially in Hindi and Kannada. He has likewise sung in Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Tulu, Odia, Nepali, Maithili and different Indian dialects. He has likewise discharged Indian pop collections and acted in various movies. He has been one of the most generously compensated Indian vocalists. His singing style is viewed as like the incredible Mohd. Rafi whom he likewise considers his inspiration. He has come into spotlight through the Kannada film Mungaru Male (2006), which set a few records in Indian silver screen.
Sonu Agam Kumar Nigam was conceived on 30 July 1973 to Agam Kumar Nigam and Shobha Agam Kumar Nigam in the city of Faridabad, Haryana.
Nigam started his singing vocation at four years old, when he joined his dad Agam Kumar Nigam in front of an audience to sing Mohammed Rafi's melody "Kya hua tera wada". From that point on, Nigam went with his dad on his singing appearances at weddings and gatherings. He moved to Mumbai with his dad to start his Bollywood singing profession at 18 years old. He was prepared by Hindustani established artist Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan. Nigam wedded Madhurima Agam Kumar Nigam on 15 February 2002.
4. Shreya Ghoshal
Shreya Ghoshal (conceived 12 March 1984) is an Indian playback vocalist. She has gotten four National Film Awards, six Filmfare Awards and nine Filmfare Awards South (one for Telugu, two for Kannada, and two for Tamil and four for Malayalam) to date. She has recorded tunes for film music in different Indian dialects, and has set up herself as a main playback vocalist of Indian silver screen. Ghoshal sought to wind up distinctly a playback artist from a youthful age. At four years old, she began learning music. At six years old, she began with her formal preparing in established music. At sixteen years old, she was seen by movie producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali when she entered and won the TV singing reality indicate Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. Taking after that, she made her Bollywood playback singing introduction with Bhansali's sentimental dramatization Devdas (2002) for which she got a National Film Award, a Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer and Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent.
Aside from playback singing, Ghoshal has showed up as a judge on a few TV realities appears. She has been respected by the U.S. condition of Ohio, where Senator Ted Strickland pronounced 26 June 2010 "Shreya Ghoshal Day". She was granted with the most astounding honor in London by the chose individuals from House of Commons of the United Kingdom. She has additionally included four circumstances in Forbes, rundown of the main 100 famous people of India.
5. Kishore Kumar
Kishore Kumar (4 August 1929 – 13 October 1987) was an Indian film playback artist, on-screen character, lyricist, writer, maker, executive, and screenwriter He is viewed as a standout amongst the best playback vocalists of the Hindi film industry. Aside from Hindi, he sang in numerous Indian dialects including Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada, Bhojpuri, Malayalam, Odia, and Urdu. He has likewise sung in private collections in a few dialects particularly in Bengali which are noted as unsurpassed works of art. He won 8 Filmfare Awards for Best Male Playback Singer and holds the record for winning the most Filmfare Awards in that classification. He was granted the "Lata Mangeshkar Award" by the Madhya Pradesh government and from that year onwards, the Madhya Pradesh Government started another honor called the "Kishore Kumar Award" for commitments to Hindi film.
Kishore Kumar was conceived in a Bengali family in Khandwa, Central Provinces (now in Madhya Pradesh) as Abhas Kumar Ganguly. His dad Kunjalal Ganguly (Gangopadhyay) was an attorney and his mom Gouri Devi originated from a well off Bengali family. Kunjalal Gangopadhyaya was welcomed by the Kamavisadar Gokhale group of Khandwa to be their own legal counselor. Kishore was the most youthful of four kin; the other three were Ashok (the eldest), Sati Devi, and Anoop. While Kishore was still a youngster, his sibling Ashok turned into a Bollywood on-screen character. Later, Anoop likewise wandered into film with Ashok's offer assistance. Investing energy with his siblings, Kishore got to be distinctly inspired by movies and music. He turned into an aficionado of vocalist performing artist K. L. Saigal—whom he considered his master, and attempted to copy his singing style. He moved on from Christian College, Indore.
6. Udit Narayan
Udit Narayan Jha is a Bollywood playback artist whose melodies have been highlighted chiefly in Hindi dialect and Bollywood motion pictures. Other than Hindi, he has sung in numerous different dialects including Nepali, Maithili, Bhojpuri Kannada, Tulu, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Garhwali, Sindhi, Punjabi, Odia, Assamese, Manipuri and Bengali. He has won three National Film Awards and five Filmfare Awards. Udit Narayan was granted the Padma Shri in 2009 and in 2016 he was granted with the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India. He was additionally granted the Prabal Gorkha Dakshin Bahu by the late King of Nepal Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev in 2001.
Narayan learned at Jageshwar High School, Kunauli, Supaul, and Bihar, India where he completed his Madhyamik (class 10) and later acquired his middle of the road degree from Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus, Kathmandu.
He was a standout amongst the most conspicuous Bollywood artists all through the 1990s and mid-2000s. He has been the on-screen performing voice for different Bollywood stars. He has additionally sung with Bollywood performing artists Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna and Dev Anand. The majority of his two part harmonies are with Alka Yagnik. He started his profession in 1970 as a Maithili society vocalist (staff craftsman) for Radio Nepal, singing generally well known people melodies in Nepali and Maithili. Continuously, he began singing Nepali Modern tunes. Following eight years, Narayan moved to Bombay on a melodic grant for Nepalese from the Indian Embassy in Nepal to study established music at Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan. In 1980, noted music chief (writer) Rajesh Roshan approached him to playback sing for the Hindi film "Unees Bees". Narayan was given the chance to sing with the veteran artist Mohammed Rafi. Before long, Narayan sang for various different motion pictures, incorporating Bade Dil Wala in 1983, where he sang a two part harmony with incredible artist Lata Mangeshkar made by unbelievable music executive R D Burman. Around the same time, Narayan sang with Kishore Kumar, the most noticeable and effective Bollywood playback vocalist of the time, in the film Kehdo Pyar Hai another artist was Suresh Wadkar and Music made by Bappi Lahiri. A critical turning point in his vocation happened in 1988 when Anand-Milind gave him the chance to sing every one of the tunes for the effective Bollywood motion picture Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak with Alka Yagnik which earned him a Filmfare Award. Upwards of 21 of his tracks highlight in BBC's "Main 40 Bollywood Soundtracks ever". He has sung more than 30,000 melodies in more than 36 dialects.
7. Asha Bhosle
Asha Bhosle (conceived 8 September 1933), is an Indian vocalist. She is best known as a playback artist in Hindi film, in spite of the fact that she has a more extensive collection. Bhosle's profession began in 1943 and has spread over more than six decades. She has done playback singing for over a thousand Bollywood motion pictures. Also, she has recorded a few private collections and took an interest in various solo shows in India and abroad. Bhosle is the sister of playback vocalist Lata Mangeshkar.
Famous for her voice extend and frequently credited for her flexibility, Bhosle's work incorporates film music, pop, ghazals, bhajans, customary Indian traditional music, society melodies, qawwalis, and Rabindra Sangeets. Aside from Hindi, she has sung in more than 20 Indian and outside languages. In 2006, Asha Bhosle expressed that she had sung more than 12,000 melodies, a figure rehashed by a few different sources. In 2011, she was authoritatively recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most recorded craftsman in music history. The Government of India respected her with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2000 and the Padma Vibhushan in 2008. In 2013, she made her introduction as an on-screen character in the film Mai, and got basic approval for her execution.
Asha Bhosle was conceived in the little villa of Goar in Sangli, then in the salute royal condition of Sangli. (Presently in Maharashtra), into the melodic group of Master Deenanath Mangeshkar, who has a place with Marathi-speaking Gomantak Maratha Samaj. Her dad was a theater performing artist and established artist. When she was nine years of age, her dad kicked the bucket. The family moved from Pune to Kolhapur and after that to Mumbai. She and her senior sister Lata Mangeshkar started singing and acting in movies to bolster their family. She sang her first film tune '"Chala Nav Bala" for the Marathi film Majha BAL (1943). The music for the film was made by Datta Davjekar. She made her Hindi film make a big appearance when she sang the melody "Saawan Aaya" for Hansraj Behl's Chunariya (1948). Her first solo Hindi film melody was for the motion picture Raat Ki Raani (1949). At 16 years old, she stole away with 31-year-old Ganpatrao Bhosle, wedding him against her family's desires.
8. Kumar Sanu
Kedarnath Bhattacharya, otherwise called Kumar Sanu (conceived 20 October 1957), is a main Indian playback vocalist, for the most part mainstream for rendering his voice in Bollywood motion pictures in the 1990s and mid-2000. He holds the Guinness Book world record for recording the most melodies in a day, 28, in the year 1993. He was granted the Filmfare Best Male Playback Singer Award for five continuous years. In 2009, the Government of India granted him Padma Shri, India's fourth most noteworthy regular citizen respect, in acknowledgment of his accomplishments.
Kumar Sanu's dad, Pashupati Bhattacharya, was a vocalist and writer. He alongside Sanu, and Sanu's senior sister lived in Sinthee range (Dumdum, Kolkata) close Biswanath Park. Sanu's dad Pashupati Bhattacharya was an extremely well known artist and he prepared Sanu as an artist and tabla player. In the wake of getting a degree in business from Calcutta University, Sanu started performing in 1979, singing at shows and eateries around Calcutta. He attempted to model his singing style after Bollywood artist Kishore Kumar.
Kumar Sanu began his playback vocation in 1986 with a Bangladeshi film Tin Kanya, which was coordinated by Shibli Sadiq. In 1987, music executive and artist Jagjit Singh offered Sanu the opportunity to sing in the Hindi film Aandhiyan motion picture, which was discharged in 1990. Sanu had his first significant Bollywood melody in Hero Hiralal (1988). In 1989, Jagjit Singh acquainted Kumar Sanu with Kalyanji Anandji at their living arrangement Vimal Bunglows in Mumbai. On their recommendation, Kumar Sanu got his name changed from Kedarnath Bhattacharya to Kumar Sanu, in light of the fact that his voice and singing style was abundantly affected by Kishore Kumar. Anandji shared this story in the Show Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai facilitated by Farooq Sheik. Sanu then moved to Mumbai, where Kalyanji-Anandji gave him opportunity to sing in the film Jaadugar.
For the 1990 film Aashiqui, music chiefs Nadeem-Shravan got Sanu to sing everything except one of the tunes. He won the first of his record five back to back Filmfare Awards as Best Male Playback Singer. His next Filmfare Awards desired melodies in the motion pictures Saajan (1991), Deewana (1992), Baazigar (1993), and 1942: A Love Story (1994). He then went ahead to make a world record Guinness Book World Record by recording 28 Playback Songs in one day.
9. Alka Yagnik
Alka Yagnik is an Indian playback artist. She is noted in Hindi silver screen for a vocation spreading over more than three decades. She is a record seven-time champ from a record of 36 designations of the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer, a two-time beneficiary of the National Film Award and additionally a few other music grants and respects recorded beneath. Encourage, upwards of twenty of her tracks highlight in BBC's "Main 40 Bollywood Soundtracks ever" audit.
Alka Yagnik was conceived in Kolkata on 20 March 1966 to Gujarati Hindu Parents. Her mom Shubha Yagnik was an artist of Indian traditional music. She went to the Modern High School for Girls. In 1972 at age six, she began singing for Akashvani (All India Radio), Calcutta. At age 10, her mom conveyed her to Mumbai as a tyke vocalist. She was encouraged to hold up until her voice developed, yet her mom stayed decided. On a resulting visit, Alka got a letter of prologue to Raj Kapoor from his Kolkata merchant. Kapoor heard the young lady and sent her with a letter to noted music chief Laxmikant. Inspired, Laxmikant gave her two choices — a prompt begin as a naming craftsman or a later break as an artist; Shubha picked the last for her girl.
10. Atif Aslam
Atif Aslam (conceived Muhammad Atif Aslam on 12 March 1983) is a Pakistani artist and film on-screen character. His motion picture introduction was the 2011 social dramatization Bol. He has recorded various outline topping melodies, and is known for his vocal belting method. Aslam is the most youthful beneficiary of Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, a Pakistani regular citizen embellishment.
Aslam was naturally introduced to a Punjabi Muslim family in Wazirabad, Punjab, Pakistan. He started his instruction in kindergarten at Kimberley Hall School, Lahore. In 1991, he moved to Rawalpindi where he proceeded with his reviews in St. Paul's Cambridge School, Satellite Town, and Rawalpindi. In 1995, Aslam came back to Lahore where he proceeded with his reviews in Divisional Public School. He went to Punjab Institute of Computer Science (PICS) to do his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science (BCs).
Aslam played cricket and got inspired by music. Despite the fact that Aslam constantly appreciated Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Abida Parveen, his first love was for cricket and he longed for speaking to his country as a cricketer. He was a quick bowler and his energy for the game saw him being chosen for the national Under 19 cricket group trials. At one phase Aslam was preparing to speak to his nation in the U-19 World Cup.
On 17 July 2004, Aslam discharged his first collection titled Jal Pari (signifying 'Mermaid') which was a moment hit. A few tunes from his introduction collection, for example, "Bheegi Yaadein", "Ehsaas", "Mahi Ve", "Ankhon Sey" and the title track "Jal Pari" went ahead to end up distinctly real hits and diagrammed crosswise over nations in the subcontinent.
Since Jal's collection, Aadat, and Aslam's collection, Jal Pari, shared certain tracks, for example, "Aadat", "Bheegi Yaadein" and "Ankhon se", a war over rights started which brought about both sides guaranteeing to have hard verification to bolster their particular claims that only they possessed these tunes.
He got his first achievement in Bollywood when executive Mahesh Bhatt called Aslam to look for his agree to incorporate "Woh Lamhey" in the soundtrack of his new film, Zeher (2005). The melody (particularly the remix rendition) turned into a hit. Taking after Jal Pari, Aslam discharged two more fruitful solo collections, Doorie and Meri Kahani. He additionally recorded more than two dozen melodies for Bollywood movies, getting basic praise in the process. Aslam's work on the motion picture Race was assigned for the Filmfare Award.