RD Burman, also known as Pancham Da to his fans, is one of the most talented music directors to grace the Bollywood and Hindi Cinema. He is nothing less than a legend in the music industry and everyone would admit that RD Burman has his own way with the tunes.
Coming from an equally talented and well-known family, Rahul Dev Burman was the son of SD Burman, a popular music director of the 50s. At the mere age of 9, RD Burman composed his first song which was used by his father in 1956’s Funtoosh.
However, the man grew up to be a much bigger sensation and believe it or not, every one of us has their own favourite song by RD Burman. One can have an extensive amount of debate on their favourite RD Burman song and that’s what makes this man perfect. He has his own set of squads and pairs that worked wonders on the screen.
While Asha Bhosle (his wife) and RD Burman combo were widely popular, RD, Kishore Kumar and Rajesh Khanna that worked its magic, innumerable times.
RD Burman gave a lot of good music to the people which they can still resort to, in the best as well as, worst of time, and that’s what makes a composer a true genius. Today we thought of accumulating some of the most iconic songs by Pancham Da that have worked their magic and are still doing the same.
Here are 10 Songs By RD Burman That Will Take You Back To The Golden Era
Film: Sholay (1975)
2. Tere Bina Zindagi Se Shiqwa
Film: Aandhi (1975)
3. Kya Hua Tera Wada
Film: Hum Kisise Se Kam Nahin (1977)
4. Humein Tumse Pyar Kitna
Film: Kudrat (1981)
5. Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo
Film: Yaadon Ki Baarat
6. Pyar Humein Kis Mod Pe
Film: Satte Pe Satta (1982)
7. Ek Ladki Ko Dekha
Film: 1942: A Love Story
8. Aane Wala Pal Jane Wala Hai
9. Jai Jai Shiv Shankar
Film: Aap Ki Kasam
10. Mere Samne Wali Khidki Mein
Each and every one of these songs are considered to be Bollywood Iconic and no one can deny the fact that each one has a lot of offer than just mere lyrics and composition. All of these songs encapsulate the true meaning of artistry and that’s what RD Burman always stood for.
27th June 2017