Babla Mehta

Babla Mehta is an Indian Hindi film playback singer as well as a composer and audio engineer from Delhi.

Babla Mehta
Birth nameBabla Mehta
BornDelhi, India
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • Composer
  • Audio Engineer
Years active1989-present
Associated actsShiv-Hari, Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan, Asha Bhosle, Anu Malik

CareerEdit

As SingerEdit

He had sung some songs with "Anuradha paudwal" . (Sadak. Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin .) And many bhjans with her. [1] "Tere Mere Hoton Pe" with Lata Mangeshkar became his debut song in Hindi films. Soon Babla was singing for leading music directors like Nadeem-Shravan, Rakesh Roshan, Bappi Lahiri, Anu Malik, etc. Some of the blockbusters in which he sang were Chandni, Dil Hai Ke Maanta Nahi and Sadak.

FilmographyEdit

1. Chandni (1989)

2. Jeene Do (1990)

3. Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991)

4. Sadak (1991)

5. Naamcheen (1991)

6. Chhota Sa Ghar (1992)

7. Tahalka (1992)

8. Janam Se Pehle (1994)

9. Pyar Ka Rog (1994)

9. Nazzar (1995)

AlbumsEdit

1. Zuban Pe Dard Bhari Daastan (1987)

2. Mukesh ki Yaadein (Vols. 1-10) (1988)

Live ShowsEdit

Babla Mehta started as a stage artiste. His live show audience spans continents to the West Indies, USA, Canada, UK, the Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Mauritius, Singapore, Thailand, and the Middle East:[citation needed]

  • Rajesh Roshan show – World Tour 
  • Madhuri Dixit show – London, USA, Canada
  • Shahrukh Khan, Juhi Chawla show – World Tour
  • Bappi Lahiri show – South Africa
  • Akshay Kumar show – World Tour
  • Solo show on Raj Kapoor at Rang Sharda Auditorium
  • Bandra Mumbai ‘Kehta Hai Joker’
  • Golkonda Resort, Hyderabad
  • Solo show on Raj Kapoor titled  The Showman, Rang Sharda Auditorium, Bandra, Mumbai
  • Live solo show on Mukesh titled Mukesh – RK to Big B at Manek Sabhagraha, Mumbai
  • Live solo show on Mukesh titled Mukesh – RK to Big B at Siri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi

Bhajan AlbumsEdit

1. Sampoorna Sundar Kaand (1988)

2. Bajrang Baan (1988)

3. Mamta Ka Mandir (1991)

4. Parv Kumbh Ka Nyara (1996)

5. Jaya Shree Hanumaan (1997)

6. Ram Charit Maanas (1997)

7. Bhakti Saagar

8. Jag Janani

9. Pahadon wali matarani

As ComposerEdit

Among his many compositions are four poems penned by Ex-Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee in 2011 and performed live by Babla twice on Atalji’s Birthday in New Delhi: Sapna Toot Gaya (2011), GeetNahinGataHoon (2011), Tan Par Pehra (2012), and Kadam Badha Kar Chalna Hoga (2012) and also Babla Mehta has composed so many commercials.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Babla Mehta Duet nation". RedMux. Retrieved 8 January 2018.