Debashish Dasgupta is an Indian playback singer who has been contributing to devotional and Bollywood Hindi music for more than three decades. He was born and raised in Kolkata, West Bengal. From a very young age, he developed keen interest in singing and started performing at local events and ceremonies when he was barely twelve years old. In 1987, he moved to Mumbai, Maharashtra, where his talent was recognized by India’s largest music company, T-Series. As an apprentice of late Gulshan Kumar, Deasgupta’s career flourished. His first album under the label was the devotional ‘Sab Ke Sai’ (1989), which he recorded along with Sapna Mukherjee. The success of the album paved the way for Debashish to sing his debut Bollywood track ‘Mildi Naseeban Naal Mohabatt’ for the romantic drama “Jeena Teri Gali Mein” (1991).

The next decade saw Dasgupta add several more blockbuster songs to his credit, including those which featured in “Dil Hai Ki Maanta Nahi” (1991), “Saathi” (1991), “Sadak” (1991), “Shola Aur Shabnam” (1992), “Geet” (1992), “ Andaz Apna Apna” (1993), and “Sakala Tirtha To Charane” (2003). Dasgupta also released the album ‘Kabir Amritwani’ in 2000, which became so popular that he recorded a total of seventeen more volumes succeeding the first one. In thirty years, he has released almost fifty albums alongside reputed artists, the likes of which boast of Priya Bhattacharya, Bela, Anuradha Paudwal, and Vaishali Samant . His fame took him all around the world as he performed at numerous international venues in the USA, Maldives, Mauritius, Singapore, Holland, Hong Kong, South Africa and the United Kingdom. H

e accompanied the legendary music director, R.D. Burman, on his tour to South Africa in 1993, making him one of the first Indian artists to perform in the country after uplifting of the apartheid system in 1991. His second tour in the country at the Wembley Arena in Johannesburg was attended by more than five thousand people in 2005. He also had the privilege to sing at a ceremony of the American Guild of Musical Artists in New York and another at the Infinity Centre of Eastern & Western Arts and Culture in New Jersey. Debashish was a huge fan of the evergreen, Mohammad Rafi, whose melodies he has resonated on many occasions including ‘Ek Shaam Rafi Ke Naam’ and the ceremony ‘Sau Baar Janam Lenge’ held on his 80th birth anniversary on 24th December 2004. Debashish’s last album ‘Rab Roop Jogi’ sold over a million copies in 2014.

Mangal Singh Hindi Actor

Mangal Singh

Born on January 30, 1953, in Kapurthala, Punjab, Mangal Singh is an Indian playback singer in Bollywood and UK. At five years old, he sang at his nearby gurdwara and Jalandhar radio. He was the lead artist in the UK based band Chirag Pehchan, outstanding amongst other ever groups to rise out of the UK. Chirag Pehchan and recorded various Punjabi collections which were super hit. Mangal's albums included Dekho, Nach Pae Sur, Chillimaal and Rail Gaddi. He debuted in Indian film industry with the movie Bahar Aane Tak in 1990 with the help of Rajesh Roshan, the music director for with the super hit tune Kali Teri Choti. The same year, he sang the song Jhoome Hawaayen Aur Jhoome Fizayen with vocalists AnupamaDeshpandeandSudeshBhoslein the film Sailaab by Deepak BalrajVij. In 1991, Mangal worked with Nitin Mukesh,Anuradha Paudwal and Udit Narayan for the melody KhushiyaanAayiKhushiyaan in the movie SwargYahanNarakYahan by Vimal Kumar. He gave his voice for the tune AageAageEkHasina with Abhijeet Bhattacharya in the motion picture Sone Ki Lanka by Ajay Kashyap in 1992. Mangal got the chance to work with legends Anand Bakshi and Laxmikant Pyarelal while producing a hit song Duniya Ne Mera from the film Heer Ranjha by Harmesh Malhotra. In 1993, he gave his voice for the tune Main Teri Ho Gayi Tu Mera Ho Gaya in the movie Izzat Ki Roti by K. Pappu. He worked in many more films as a playback singer such as Suryavanshi by Rakesh Kumar, Raja Ki AayegiBaraat by Ashok Gaikwad, Andaz Apna Apnaby Rajkumar Santoshi and many more. In 1995, Mangal became the talk of the industry for the texture of his voice in the melody UthVeDila from the movie Karmon Ki Sazaa by Anil Pandit. Mangal also released several Punjabi singles and albums such as TeriyanMohabbataan in 1989, LaalGhagri in 1991, Jaandi in 2002, Rising From Punjab in 2005 and many more. He sang songs for Punjabi motion pictures, for example, YaariJatt Di by Veerendra, KhalsaMeroRoopHaiKhaas by ShyamRalhan, MitterPyare Nu HaalMureedan Da Kehna by RatanAulakh and many more. He likewise sang various melodies for TV serials and numerous Songs in numerous different dialects for collections and motion pictures. As of late under "Revive Entertainments" Mangal performed with the Mohammed Rafi tunes for Tribute Concert of Rahul Dev Burban and two Mohammed Rafi Tribute shows. He is only available at Asian Entertainments to sing Punjabi and Hindi at all types of events from weddings to stage events.