Bonnie Chakraborty

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Bonnie Chakraborty was the lead vocalist of Kolkata based band Krosswindz[1] until 1998. He has sung many songs in several languages including Hindi, Tamil and Bengali movies. He did four Bengali albums during that time time.

Career[edit]

Bonnie coupled with Neil Mukherjee and formed a band named Kashti which was promoted by Zee Music. The album had eight songs. This album came and went off unnoticed by public. It was popular only among music circles of Mumbai. After three years the contract ended and the band split. Neil had some other plans while Bonnie started to move on with the formation of another band Oikyotaan along with Kartick das Baul,[2] a well known baul singer from Guskara in West Bengal. Bonnie had eight years of rock music experience in Kolkata. He has four Bengali albums to his credit including three for the group called Mohiner Ghoraguli spearheaded by Gautam Chattopadhyay.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Song Name Composer Notes
2005 Mangal Pandey - The Rising Rasiya A. R. Rahman
2007 Summer 2007 Sone Ki Porhi Main Kalyani Malik
2008 Jodha Akbar Azeem-O-Shaan Shahenshah A. R. Rahman
2009 Dev D Emotional Attyachar (Rock Version) Amit Trivedi
Delhi-6 Hey Kaala Bandar A. R. Rahman
99 Soch Mat Dobara
99 Theme Song
Shamir Tandon & Ashutosh Pathak
Agyaat Jai Shiv Bum Shambu Imran Bapi Tutul
2010 No One Killed Jessica Aali Re Shantanu Moitra
Udaan Motumaster Gas Ka Plastar Amit Trivedi
Shukno Lanka Hate Tomar Kaita Rekha Debojyoti Mishra Bengali Film
2012 Bapi Bari Jaa Sahor Toke Jeet Ganguly Bengali Film
Satyamev Jayate Nikal pado Re Bandhu Ram Sampath TV series Season 1
Aalaap Paa Paraa Paa
Chadhti Jawani
Agnee
2013 C/O Sir Sleeping Piller Raat Raja Narayan Deb Bengali Film
Bullett Raja Saamne Hai Savera Sajid-Wajid
2014 Thirumannam Ennum Nikkah Rayile Raa M. Ghibran Tamil Film
Buno Haansh Zindagi Kahin Bhi Thamti Nahi Shantanu Moitra Bengali Film - Upcoming
Bobby Jasoos Shantanu Moitra Upcoming

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bag, Shamik (2007-06-11). "Songs of the soil, sullied notes". Kolkata Newsline (Indian Express). Retrieved 2008-02-17. 
  2. ^ "HALF A JAZZ FEST IS BETTER THAN NONE". The Hindu. 2003-11-17. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 

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