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Ravindra Jain (28 February 1944 - 9 October 2015) was an Indian music composer, lyricist, playback singer, and Bollywood film composer. He received the Best Music Director award from Filmfare for his work in Ram Teri Ganga Maili in 1985.. He started his career in the early 1970s, composing for hit movies such as Chor Machaye Shor (1974), Geet Gaata Chal (1975), Chitchor (1976) and Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se (1978). He was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth-highest civilian award of the Republic of India in 2015 for his contribution to arts.
Jain at the Rajasthan Cinema Awards in 2015
|Born||28 February 1944|
|Died||9 October 2015 (aged 71)|
|Occupation||Music composer, lyricist, playback singer|
|Children||Ayushman Jain|
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Early life and educationEdit
Ravindra Jain was born blind on 28 February 1944 to Pandit Indramani Jain and Kiran Jain as the third child of seven brothers and one sister. At a young age, he started singing bhajans at temples in India. His father recognized his talent and sent him to a school in India to study music. He belongs to the Jain community.
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