Nandu Bhende

Other names of Nandu Bhende: Nandoo Bhende, Sadanand Atmaram Bhende

Nandu Bhende, who was named as Sadanand Atmaram Bhende, is popularly known as Nandu Bhende. He is known to have born in the year 1955 in Mumbai, a heavy streaming city in India and have passed away at the age of 58 on April 11, 2014. He is most famously known for his rock, pop, soul and blue rock music genres in music.

He is known to have introduced a different face of music and is heavily worshiped by youngsters. He was married to Usha and have two children named Akshay and Amrita. The rock, pop, hip-hop has just begun extravaganza when he stepped into the music field. He caught the chord of the audience heart and played to eternity. He is a very renowned singer, actor, musician and a songwriter. He was at the boom of his industry life rather his music career in the span of 1970-2014.

His labels are TIPS and HMV. Sadanand Atmaram Bhende was born to a great Marathi actor cum director Atmaram Bhende and Asha Bhende aka Lily Ezekiel. Nandu Bhende is known as one the pioneers of the rock music to emerge in India. In his early life Nandu Bhende worked as a singer, songwriter, music composer, theater artist, music director, etc., he is known to have many feathers in his hat. He sang with many bands such as Velvette Fogg etc.

He is in relation withNizam Ezekiel, who was damn famous. He was also seen with bands like Savage encounter, Nandu Bhende Rock Revues and many. His final performance was on March 27, 2014, which was performed at the Street Phoenix, Mumbai as a tribute to the Beatles. In the theater performances, Nandu Bhende is known to have acted in many and have received many appraisals. He was seen in the "Mack and the knife", "Threepenny Opera "and much more. His acting in the " Tommy" as a deaf, dumb and a blind guy scored a good response. His most remembered that's shows are "Hanky Panky", "Mine and Ours show", "The Fantasticks" and many numerous and great acting embedded performances.

Along with his musical career and theater performances, he has also worked as TV serial composer for numerous Indian serials. He is not known for his easy, lucky journey in his life like other celebs, but he is known for a line of peaks and pits. No doubt, that he was a blessed musician bit he was addicted to drugs, sex, etc. as a young teenager. But his paramount involvement in his career brought him all his fame and name. The book launched by a journalist Siddarth Bhatia conveys us the life of Nandu Bhende, where the book is named as "Indian Psychedelic: The Story of a rocking generation".

Bhoomi Trivedi Hindi Actor

Bhoomi Trivedi

Bhoomi Trivedi is a female playback singer in Gujarati and Hindi movies. She was a participant in a reality show, ‘Indian Idol 3’. Bhoomi hails from Gujarat. She gave audition for ‘Indian Idol 3’ but left the show in the middle on account of her illness. She was suffering from jaundice and had no other option but to quit the show. Next year, she again had auditioned for’ Indian Idol 4’ and this time also she could not take part in the full telecast as her aunt had passed away when she was in the show.  However, she attempted again to participate next year in the ‘Indian Idol 5’ and ended the competition as a runner-up. The fifth season was judged by Anu Malik, along with two new judges: Salim Merchant and Sunidhi Chauhan. The contestants at the grand finale were Sreeramchandra, Bhoomi, and Rakesh. In this show, she had sung ‘Wannabe’, a pop song by the Spice Girls.  Having made her voice popular in the reality show, she got a break to sing a solo song titled’ Bahne Dey’ in the film ‘Prem Mayee’ which released in 2012. In this film songs were not so special to be noted at all. However, she shot to fame and popularity with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's  film ‘’Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela’’, that released in 2013. In this film, she got a chance to render an item song on Priyanka Chopra and it reflected positively on her career. The choreography of the dance was unison of Gujarati folk and western music. The vocal of the song is given by Indian Idol fame Bhumika Trivedi, who had to strike a perfect chord with its fast paced beats and other musical arrangements.  Bhoomi’s melodious voice was very much like a breath of fresh air. The lyrics of the song was written by Siddharth-Garima and music were composed by none other than Sanjay Leela Bhansali himself.  It is said that Sanjay Leela Bhansali had spent a Rs 6 crore for Priyanka Chopra’s  item number ‘’Ram Chahe Leela’’ in the film. The song was choreographed by Vaibhavi Merchant. The song was a laudable product, and the beauty of the song was that Bhoomi Trivedi lent her voice very confidently.  The song had a rock flavor with heavy background music.  It is said that Sanjay Leela Bhansali was looking for some fresh talent, and he was successful too.  The song ‘Ram Chahe Leela’ fetched Bhumika several awards like  Mirchi Music Awards, STAR Guild Awards, and  Big Star Entertainment Awards, etc. In 2015, she also had sung a title song for a Marathi film ‘"Carry On Maratha’. Her next song was from the much- anticipated film ‘Hero’ that released in 2015. In the film ‘Hero’, she had sung the song "Dance Ke Legend" for music composer Meet Bros Anjjan.