Anjjan Bhattacharya is an Indian music director and singer. He was born on June 1, 1973, in Kolkata and he was brought up in Uttar Pradesh. In the year 1995, he was awarded by the HMV FM Channel for Best Jingle and earned the Best Talent Hunt Award. He joined Doordarshan’s reality singing show, Meri Awaz Suno in 1996. A year later, he decided to move to Mumbai to pursue film music direction. In early 2000, he met the Meet Bros ( Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh) and later joined the music director duo and formed a group, which they called Meet Bros Anjjan. This became a turning point in his career.

From duo to trio, they got their first break in the Hindi comedy drama film, Do Dooni Chaar and the Bollywood film, Isi Life Mein in the year 2010. In the same year, he won the Outstanding Performance by a Music Director at the Stardust Awards. After this, he worked in films like Yeh Dooriyan, Paan Singh Tomar, Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum, OMG – Oh My God!, Warning 3D, Shootout at Wadala, Policegiri, Zanjeer, and Boss. Meet Bros Anjjan also composed the very popular song, Baby Doll from the blockbuster erotic horror film, Ragini MMS 2 in 2014.

The trio wrote the only song entitled Beparwah, from the spy action thriller film, Baby in 2015. Anjjan composed the songs, Phir Tu and Dance Club Number, from Sanjay Sharma’s Ishq Junoon. Meet Bros Anjjan also worked for the music of films like Ek Paheli Leela and Welcome Back, and they are currently working for the songs of Sunny Leone-starrer film, Mastizaade and Babu Ki Jawaani, helmed by Amrit Pal.

Anand Chitragupt Hindi Actor

Anand Chitragupt

This great personality’s real name is Chitragupt Shrivastava. Anand Chitragupt is a name given by his fans. He took his birth on November 16, 1917, at Chapra, Bihar. He is popularly known as Chitragupt. He was born in a village. Later on, he became a light of the village. Not only Anand was a music director, but also, he excels in education. Before getting into music, he was a lecturer in Patna. In Indian Cinema, he was the debatable highly qualified music director. He has done Post-graduation in both Economics and Journalism. He has command over his voice. He left his job and moved to Mumbai to pursue his career, destination, and passion.  Anand’s love for composing music was seen since childhood. Initially, he assisted some music directors to compose music. In 1946, it was his first step stone as a music director independently. In 1952, he topped as a music director. He composed music for Muhammad Rafi and the song hit the musical market. Later on, his name was recommended by many music directors to many other producers and directors, and he became popular all over India.  Besides being a singer, Anand was also a music composer. In 1968, he got a heart attack and after that, he became weak and got a paralysis attack. But successfully he recovered from that. After that, he also composed and directed many songs. He passed away in the year 1991.  Chitragupt always gives a rocking performance on stage. Chitragupt left his guru because his guru had an approach to western music. Chitragupt wanted to give India films more importance.  Chitragupt’s sons Anand-Milind made a duo of music composers, and they are also famous.

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Siddharth Mahadevan

Music composer and singer, Siddharth Mahadevan, is the son of a very acclaimed music composer and singer, Shankar Mahadevan (a part of Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy). Siddharth was born on 3 March, 1967. In the year 2013, singer Siddharth Mahadevan sang the song "Malang" in the film ‘Dhoom 3’, along with Shilpa Rao, which became a super hit. In the same film, his youngest brother, Shivam Mahadevan, who was just 12 years old then, had sung another track called ‘Bande Hain Hum Uske’ with co-singer, Anish Sharma. Both the brothers got a break under the music composer, Pritam. In the same year, another movie had released before ‘Dhoom 3’, which became the most talkative movie for vocal rendition in Bollywood. The track of ‘Zinda’ and the title song ’Bhag Milka Bhag’ were very much appreciated by critics. He won the R.D. Burman trophy from Filmfare. It is said that in the year 2006, he sang the title song of ‘Bunty Aur Babli’, with Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhwinder Singh, and Jaspinder Narula. Hence, this was his debut song in Bollywood. In 2013, he repeatedly featured his songs in many successful films. He gave his best vocals in a track called "Dhuaan", from the film ‘D-Day’. His song, "Hulla Re", is another successful song from the movie, ‘Two States’, that fetched Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy the best musical trophy from Filmfare. The success of ‘Two States’ also gave him chances to sing in movies like ‘Katti Batti’ and ‘Happy New Year’. Besides singing songs in Hindi, he has given his vocals for Telugu, Marathi, and even Tamil films. In the year 2012, he made his debut as a music composer in a Marathi film, 'Swapna Tujhe Ni Majhe'. Later, he provided musical scores for movies like ‘Perfect Girl’, and worked as a co-music director for the Marathi movie, ‘Welcome Zindagi'.

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Siddharth Mahadevan Hindi Actor