Vipin Reshammiya is a veteran music composer cum music director of India. He has introduced the electronic keyboard including some other instruments to the music of India for the 1st time. He has worked with all the top music directors of India such as
, RD Burman, etc. He has directed music for the Hindi movies like “Adalat K Bahar,” and” Insaaf Ka Suraj.” He has directed music for a number of Gujarati, and Marathi movies as well. He has also worked as a music composer for some Television shows. Vipin is the father of the popular singer-director
. Vipin was born on 5th May 1940 at Bhavnagar in Gujarat, India. His father was an engineer.
He got inspired by his mother towards music and represented himself as a music clan on his own efforts. He married to Madhu Reshammiya in 1969. Vipin has two sons named as Jayesh and Himesh. Jayesh died at the age of thirteen because of a brain haemorrhage. Himesh was born on 23rd July 1973. He moved forward the music chariot of his father as a perfect successor. Now Himesh Reshammiya is a renowned name in the music industry of India.
Vipin has a grandson named as Swayam Reshammiya who is the son of Himesh. Vipin has an extraordinary quality of music composing. In 1967 he worked with the legendary music director Shankar-Jaikishan in the movie “An Evening in Paris,” which was a big hit of that time. Even the songs of this movie are quite popular within the present generation. This combo work boosted his career a lot. After then he got chances to work with the most eminent music directors of Hindi Cinema such as
, C. Ramachandra,
, etc. Vipin has given a number of melodious and soothing songs to the music lovers. Nowadays Vipin is composing music with his son. As a film producer, he has also a production company.
Under his production house, he has produced some remarkable movies like “Tera Suroor” in 2016, and “The Expose Sequel.” He has also acted in a Hindi movie named as “The Expose” in 2014. Currently, he is busy in the music direction for the upcoming film of his son named as “Mudh Mudh K Na Dekh Mudh Mudh K.”