Ravindra Jain was an Indian lyricist and music director. He was born on 28th February 1944 in Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh and died on 9th October 2015 in Mumbai. Despite being blind from birth, played the harmonium and composed many pieces and inspired many people. Ravindra was the third child of a Sanskrit and Ayurvedic scholar named Pandit Indramani Jain and Kiran Jain. He had six brothers and a sister. He married Divya Jain with whom they had a son named Aayushman Jain. He died in a hospital due to multiple organ failure. Since a very young age, Ravindra started singing devotional songs and hymns at Jain temples. His parents then decided to send him to learn music under Pandit Janardhan Sharma, Pandit Nathu Ram and Pandit G. L. Jain.

In 1960, Jain went to Kolkata to compose music for films. In 1970, Jain went to Mumbai to begin his Bollywood career with the movie Balidaan in 1971. Since then Ravindra has composed music for Bollywood movies like Saudagar, Chor Machaye Shor, Geet Gata Chal, Chitchor, Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye and many others. He has also composed music for Malayalam films like Sujatha, Aakashantinte Niram and Sukham Sukhakaram; For Haryanvi films like Kunba and Mhaare Peehar Saasra; Punjabi ones like Chadi Jawani Budhe Nu; Gujarati movies like Shri Krishna Sharnam Mamah and Gomti Ni Shakhe; Bhojpuri, Telugu, Oriya and Rajasthani movies. Not only this, he has also composed music for television series like Ramayan, Luv Kush, Dada Dadi Ki Kahaniyan, Alif Laila and many others.

Ravindra created some private albums like Om Namo Shivay for Asha Bhonsle, Guru Vandana, Sehaj Dhara with Hemlata and Timeless Mahatma. In 2014 Jain released his last album Sampoorna Ramayana. In 2016, after his death, Anup Jalota released his last recordings under the title Chahe Ram Bhajo, Chahe Shyam Bhajo. The Government of India honoured Ravindra with the Padma Shri Award in 2015. Ravindra won the Filmfare Award under the Best Music Director category for Ram Teri Ganga Meli in 1985. He was nominated for the Filmfare Awards twice under the Best Music Director category for Chitchor in 1976 and Ankhiyon Ke Jharonkhon Se in 1978. He was also nominated twice for the Filmfare Awards under the Best Lyricist category for Ankhiyon Ke Jharonkhon Se from Ankhiyon Ke Jharonkhon Se on 1978 and for Main Hoon Khushrang from Henna in 1991. Romesh Bhandari, the former Governor of Uttar Pradesh, awarded Ravindra the Sahitya Award for his Urdu poetry collection Ujaalon Ka Silsila on 6th June 1997.

Anurag Godbole

Anurag Godbole is a popular music director in the Film Industry of India. His hometown is in Alibagh, which is a coastal town in Raigad named district (South city of Mumbai), presently in Maharashtra. Current city in which he presently resides is Thane of Maharashtra in India. Anurag Godbole is a passionate music lover, so he decided it to be his profession and also to produce his music. Anurag sing, arrange, compose as well as produce music. He has worked in Marathi along with Hindi film industry too. He can speak Hindi, English as well as the Marathi language also. He has also worked as a supervisor in Genesis Tech Fest of ISA. Anurag has done his schooling from RCF (Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers) School of Kurul in Alibagh, Maharashtra. His junior school as well as senior one, both he has completed in Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers only. He has completed his graduation in the field of Instrumental Engineering from Dr. D. Y. Patil’s Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology of Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra. Anurag has his team, named as ‘Melody Front.’ He has performed lively sometimes along with his team. Struggle resides in everyone’s life as so was in Anurag Godbole’s life too, but his passion and love for music helped him to become a very successful music composer, and so he was able to achieve this platform. Anurag Godbole has a maximum number of audiences as his fans. Anurag Godbole became a music director in October year 2010. He has worked in three Marathi films while completing his education as a music director. Anurag Godbole has worked with so many famous celebrities of film industry such as Composer; Chinmay Hulyalkar, Singer; Javed Ali, Singer; Kirti Killedar as well as Director; Prashant M Gorey and much more. Anurag Godbole has worked in films such as The Strugglers- Amhi Udyache Hero, which is a Marathi film, released in November year 2013 starring Chinmay Mandlekar as a lead star cast, 1982- A Love Marriage was a great hit, Main B. A. Pass Ladka, Selfie, as well as Boy Meets Girl etc. He has also given his music in hit ‘Saawarte,’ which is sung by Anagha Dhomse. Anurag Godbole’s achievement is markable, and he has bagged a maximum number of awards consistently in various competitions like music composing or singing as well. Being a tremendous singer, Anurag became a legend in Marathi Film Industry.

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Anurag Godbole Hindi Actor