Nikhil Kamath is an Indian music director born and brought up in Mumbai. Nikhil began his career as a music composer in 1991 in the industry and is one of the acclaimed music directors of the era. Nikhil earlier worked under the music director Nikhil Vinay. He hails in the industry as a composer, music director and is widely known for his work on soundtracks. Nikhil is not only involved with film industry but is also trained in Indian classical music. Nikhil is a very famous person and has composed for films, albums, regional and devotional collections and also for some TV serials. He debuted as a composer with the flick ‘Pyar bhara dil’ whose song ‘Banke kitab teri’ with T-series became a very popular score. This was only the starting step towards success for Nikhil, and there was no turning back.
He worked for some very popular music hits including Tum Bin, Chor aur Chand, Hum tumhare Hain Sanam, Love in Nepal, Dulaara, etc. The song ‘Achha Sila Diya’ proved to be a milestone in the career of Nikhil and was record breaking music score of that year.
The song was sung was sung by the ace singer
in the movie Bewafa Sanam. During his career, Nikhil has worked for almost more than 50 movies and many soundtracks. Nikhil is also an expert in the background music in non hindi films or regional films like Bhojpuri and Punjabi. Nikhil has worked for some popular movies like Chandramukhi, Jaane bhi do yaaro, English babu desi mem, Jaanam samjha karo etc. Nikhil also provide sound track for ‘Shokh ishaare Mast Nazaare’, ‘Jab Dil Machal Jta Hai’ from the movie Darr Ke Aage Jeet Hai.
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Nikhil Kamath is a talented music director. He was born in Mumbai and spent his early childhood days there. His works are priceless and is regarded as an inspiration for the emerging music composer and singers. Nikhil’s interest in music made his parents help him get trained for it. He started his training for Indian classical and soon took the interest in the western classical. He created music for films, albums and also recorded music for devotional and cultural albums. He debuted with 'Pyar Bhara Dil' the first film for which Nikhil composed music.
The plot of the flick is about a self-made woman, Savita she is rich and her son falls in love with Pooja, who is from a poor family. He wishes to marry Pooja but her mom refuses his decision and instead asks him to marry Lily, who is her friends’ daughter and is settled in the USA. His son marries Pooja secretly and also gets engaged to Lily to curb down her mother’s ego. T-Series hired him for the flick and it proved a decision worth every penny.
It created magic and the compositions were excellent. The audience loved his work and the critics reviewed him positively. Nikhil created an enormous web in the industry; with his music, he trapped almost everybody in the industry. His other works include for flicks like Dulaara, Aaja meri Jaan, Bandook, Darr ke aage jeet hai, etc.
He wrote songs and composed music for Tum Bin, the story is about Amar Shah who is accidently killed by Shekhar, he feels guilty about it and he visits his house to apologize for his act to her fiancé and her family. After reaching there, he comes across the devastated situation of his family members and their company.
He fakes about getting hired by Amar and Pia, Amar’s fiancé heirs him. He soon helps the company to reach heights, by using his knowledge and intelligence. He becomes close to his family members and falls in love with Pia.
Meanwhile, Pia meets Abhigyan who is a wealthy entrepreneur from Canada who is likely to help build the company. He even falls for Pia and is planning to propose her. Shekhar leaves for India while Pia confesses her about her feelings; he denies it and boards the flight. Inspector arrests Shekhar for Amar’s death, he calls Pia and reveals his true feelings but she is devastated listening about his fiancé accident.
Its ends with Pia and Shekhar uniting and Inspector closing the case. Nikhil Kamath is associated with many companies like T-Series, Trine Animation, Interworld Digital, etc.