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Only talent helps presence in rival world: Anu Malik
Subhash Ghai once pronounced that Anu Malik is a usually composer in a nation who can emanate tunes for a strain in 40 seconds. In a prolonged career of 4 decades, Anu Malik redefined a approach we listened to music. He was a reigning aristocrat of tune in a 90s, and his songs from each genre found place in a playlists. Anu Malik has been during a impassioned ends of both appreciation and allegations. And a many famous one being that of plagiarism. But that can be seen as a diminutive partial of a story, for his physique of work is so outrageous and noteworthy, that even currently his blockbuster songs are remixed by producers to supplement zing to their normal looking films.
When Anu Malik picks his harmonium, humming a melody, it indeed becomes a melody, something even a millennials skip conference these days, amid a throng of swat and stone songs. Take for instance, “Moh Moh Ke Dhage” from Dum Laga Ke Haisha. The relate of intrigue by a vocals of Papon and Monali Thakur wouldn’t strike like a cupid’s arrow in a hearts if it weren’t for a ignorance of Anu Malik’s signature tunes.
Judwaa 2 is one of a biggest grossers of 2017. But indicate to note is a approach a makers tough sole a film relying heavily on a dual songs – “Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12″ and “Oonchi Hai Building 2.0″, both rehashed versions of a strange Anu Malik compositions.
The usually black symbol in this maestro’s career stays a several accusations of duplicating tunes from a West. There are several searches on a internet giving us an whole list of songs that were apparently “inspired” from possibly Hollywood or any dilemma of a world. But haven’t legends like RD Burman and AR Rahman, and a new age Pritam used several unfamiliar tunes in their compositions too?
We can pardon Anu Malik for his shortcomings since he redefined strain with his tack and insubordinate use of tabla, giving us countless low-pitched gems that are still a partial of a playlists. Hop on any dance building during a party, marriage or discotheque and even a DJs know how to move a residence down – play an Anu Malik series and a sentimental 90s era gets stranded right there.
As Anu Malik turns 57 today, we list down few of his best songs that were totally strange and positive us that he is indeed a best a 90s could give us.
Sandese Aate Hain
Taare Hain Baraati
Oonchi Hai Building
Bheegey Hont Tere
Moh Moh Ke Dhage
Anu Malik’s best albums sojourn Refugee, Border, Baazigar, Murder, Yaadein and Fiza. Infact, his strain “Chamma Chamma” from China Gate was used in Hollywood film Moulin Rouge that starred Nicole Kidman. Even Biwi No. 1 lane “Chunari Chunari” became a partial of Monsoon Wedding.
His songs “Tere Dar Par Sanam”, “Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankhein” and “Neend Churayi Meri” still sojourn etched in a hearts.
Anu Malik won a National Award for Best Music Direction for Refugee. He is also a seven-time leader of a Best Music Director award. He has been nominated 42 times, including 14 nominations for a Filmfare Award alone.
Here’s wishing this icon, a really happy birthday!