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Indian film music composer Rajesh Roshan
|Born||Rajesh Roshan Lal Nagrath
24 May 1955
Bombay, Bombay State, India
(now Mumbai, Maharashtra)
|Occupation||Composer, music director|
|Relatives||See Roshan family|
Rajesh Roshan had a successful association with Basu Chatterjee, Dev Anand, Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar. He shot to fame with the score for the 1974 film Kunwara Baap and the 1975 film Julie; for the latter he won the Filmfare Best Music Director Award.
Roshan scored for Kunwara Baap (1974) and then in three back-to-back hit films: Des Pardes, Man Pasand, and Lootmaar. He went on to compose melodious tunes and made Kishore Kumar sing them in films like Mama Bhanja, Doosra Aadmi, Muqaddar, Swami, Priyatama, Yehi Hai Zindagi, Ek Hi Raasta, Swarg Narak, Inkaar, Khatta Meetha, Baaton Baaton Mein, Do Aur Do Paanch, Kaamchor, Hamari Bahu Alka, Bhagwaan Dada, Ghar Sansar followed by films with Rajesh Khanna like Janta Hawaldar, Nishaan, Babu and Aakhir Kyon?.
In the 1990s, he worked in albums like Karan Arjun (1995), Sabse Bada Khiladi (1995), Papa Kehte Hai (1996), Koyla (1997), Keemat – They Are Back, Daag: The Fire (1999), Dastak (1996), Kya Kehna (2000) and Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000).
As A Music DirectorEdit
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- "Best Music Director (Popular)". filmfareawards.indiatimes.com. Times Internet Limited. Retrieved 27 January 2010.