Being a renowned music composer of Hindi films, Rajesh Roshan was born on May 24, 1955. His father Roshan is a noted music director of Bollywood. Popular Bollywood director
Rakesh Roshan is his elder brother and Bollywood’s heartthrob
Hrithik Roshan is his nephew. Some of Rajesh Roshan’s notable works are Julie, Swami, Yaarana, Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, Sabse Bada Khiladi, King Uncle, Mela,
Karan Arjun, Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai, Koyla, Papa Kehte Hai,
Koi Mil Gaya etc. He has composed music for most of his brother’s directorial ventures.
Rajesh Roshan debuted into the music industry with the 1974 flick Kunwara Baap, a break given by Mehmood. Rajesh and Mehmood went on to join hands together in several movies.
Rajesh Roshan is active in the film industry for several years and has joined hands with almost all top notch singers of Bollywood. Rajesh shared a good rapport with
and Lata Mangeshkar. The film Julie was a milestone in his career and he garnered the Best Music Director Award for this flick. Having faith in Amitabh’s voice, he also made the former to sing in one of his films.
Inkar and Khuddar are a couple of films in which Rajesh did exceptionally well. The number Mungda Mungda featuring Helen is still played in cabaret. Mach Gaya Shor is a song composed by him, which is very famous during Krishna Jayanthi.
Rajesh’s chemistry with his brother Rakesh proved good since they delivered many hits. Most of the projects in which the brothers have worked together begin with the alphabet K. There is a criticism that Rajesh lifts songs from western music.
Though Rajesh Rohan is a reputed music composer he is reclusive. Nowadays he works on those films only which are either directed or produced by his sibling. The 2000 flick Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai also garnered him the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director.