Abhijeet Bhattacharya

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Abhijeet Bhattacharya
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Abhijeet Bhattacharya at Telly Chakkar's New Talent Awards 2011
Background information
Native name অভিজিৎ ভট্টাচার্য
Birth name Abhijeet Bhattacharya
Born (1958-10-30) 30 October 1958 (age 59)
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Origin Kolkata, West Bengal
Genres Bollywood, regional film playback
Occupation(s) Singer, composer and businessman (real estate)
Instruments Vocals, Guitar, Drums
Years active 1984–present

Abhijeet Bhattacharya, better known as Abhijeet, is a Bollywood playback singer born to a Kanpur-based businessman turned editor Dhirendranath Bhattacharya, and his wife Kamladevi Bhattacharya in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Abhijeet was the youngest among the four sons in the family. He married a fashion designer Sumati Bhattacharya in 1990 and has two sons Dhruv Abhijeet Bhattacharya and Jai Abhijeet Bhattacharya. Abhijeet Bhattacharya has sung 634 songs in 423 films.[1]

Abhijeet got his first break by the composer RD Burman and his debut film was Anand aur Anand [2][better source needed] in which he got chance to sing alongside his idol and mentor Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle and Lata Mangeshkar . However, despite of music the film didn't work well at the box office and Abhijeet's career ended just at before flourishing and Bhattacharya had to struggle for seven year when his Bollywood career formally began in 1991 with the film Baaghi. He has sung songs in more than 18 languages including Bengali, Odia, Bhojpuri, Marathi and Gujarati. He won Film fare Award in 1997. He has also released many Indian pop albums. He has also judged Indian reality shows like Amul Star Voice Of India and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs several times.

Career[edit]

Abhijeet left home after graduation (B Com in 1977 from Christ Church College, Kanpur University, Kanpur) for Mumbai in 1981 to pursue a career in singing in Bollywood. He had earned quite a good reputation as a stage singer in Kanpur, due to his fascination for singing and music, Bhattacharya decided to pursue a career in playback singing in Bollywood. He took up small clerical jobs in offices in Mumbai to sustain his expenses as a struggler.

After struggling for food, shelter and work for more than two years in Mumbai, he received a call from Rahul Dev Burman whom he considers as his Godfather, to sing for Dev Anand's son's debut film Anand Aur Anand in 1984. This was his Bollywood debut film and in his very first Hindi movie, he got the opportunity to sing 3 songs along with his idol Kishor Kumar, Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar. Despite of successful music, the film didn't do well at box office and Abhijeet's career failed even before getting started and he had to struggle again for further 6 years until 1990 when composer duo Anand-Milind reintroduced him in Salman Khan starrer "Baaghi". Before Anand Aur AnandR.D Burman gave him initial break to sing in a Bengali Film Aparupa in 1992, He got a chance for singing with Asha Bhosle in that Bengali Film named "Aparupa'" in 1982, song name "Ami janina Keno Tomay" Composed by Rahul Dev Burman and also co singing in one of the songs in "Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye" , in 1983 with Asha Bhosle again (Prem doot aaya, prem sandesha laya..) Composed by Laxmikant - Peyarelal, both the Films released before "Anand Aur Anand", But not recognised by audience.He also sung for Music Composer Biddu in 1989 film "Goonj", Finally He got big break and came on limelight after "Baaghi" in 1991. After Baaghi Abhijeet became a Musical Rock Star with his honey coated Voice.

In the 1990s and 2000s, Abhijeet became one of the top choice among the music directors along with Kumar Sanu and Udit Narayan. His songs include work from the film Baaghi, composed by Anand-Milind: "Ek Chanchal Shokh Hasina"," "Chandni Raat Hai" and "Har Kasam Se Badi Hai". This was followed by several chartbusters from movies such as Khiladi, Shola Aur Shabnam both of which were also box office hits. Then in 1994, he performed for movies like Yeh Dillagi ("Ole Ole"), Anjaam, Raja Babu and Main Khiladi Tu Anari. He won the Filmfare Best Playback Singer Award for Yes Boss in 1997. He went on to record for the movies Baadshah, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Josh, Dhadkan, Raaz, Tum Bin, Chalte Chalte, Main Hoon Na, Dil Se Pooch Kidhar Jaana Hai and many others. Grahan (1904) has two songs sung by him: "Kehte Hai Jis Ko" and "Chup Chup" with Kavita Krishnamurty and Asha Bhosle, respectively.

In a career spanning over two decades, he went behind the microphone to lend his voice to the portrayals of Bollywood stars including Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Salman Khan, Suniel Shetty, Hrithik Roshan, Ajay Devgan, Akshay Kumar, Akshaye Khanna, Sanjay Dutt and Ranbir Kapoor, Also Kolkata Film Super Stars like Dev, Jeet, Shakib Khan and rendered his voice in a range of genera from romantic and emotional songs to Peppy songs such as "Badi Mushkil Hai" "Roshni se" and "Mere Khyaloon Ki Malika" and fun numbers like "Ole Ole", "Tan Tana Tan" and "Jab Tak Rahega Samosa Mein Aloo". Abhijeet has worked with veteran music directors like R.D. Burman, Bappi Lahiri and Laxmikant Pyarelal. Most of his popular songs are composed by Anu Malik, Jatin Lalit, Nadeem Shravan, A R Rahman, Aadesh Shrivastava and Anand Milind. Abhijeet also holds the World Record of singing and recording the longest song of 18 minutes in studio.

Abhijeet has sung duets with many female singers like Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Sadhana Sargam, Anuradha Paudwal, Kavita Krishnamurthy, K.S. Chithra, Sunidhi Chauhan Shreya Ghoshal and Akriti Kakar. Abhijeet has sung maximum duets with Alka Yagnik.

Abhijeet is considered by the audience and admirers of both Abhijeet and SRK to be voice of Shah Rukh Khan since they first collaborated in 1994 for the song "Badi Mushkil Hai" from Anjaam. Abhijeet voiced number of songs of Shah Rukh Khan during the 1990s including Yes Boss, Chalte Chalte, Baadshah , Asoka, Duplicate, Josh , Main Hoon Na and Om Shanti Om. But due to disappointment when the singers name was at the last in end credits of Main Hoon Na and again in Om Shanti Om (2007), they parted ways. Abhijeet last sang for Shah Rukh Khan in the movie Billu Barber (2009) for the song "Khudaya Khair" which was their last collaboration and the song was not picturized because of Abhijeet's insistence on not to film his version of the song. Therefore, another version was created for picturization.

The composer duo Jatin-Lalit have collaborated with Abhijeet on numerous occasions to give him some of his biggest hits such as "Wada Raha Sanam" from Khiladi, "Yeh Teri Aankhen Jhunki Jhunki" from Fareb, "Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaon" and "Chaand Taare" from Yes Boss, "Zaara Sa Jhoom Loon Main" from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, "Aur Kya" from Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani, and "Tauba Tumhare Yeh Ishare" "Suno Na Suno Na" and "Chalte Chalte" from Chalte Chalte and with Lalit Pandit "Dil Ka Jo Haal Hai" from Ranbir Kapoor Starrer Besharam (2013) . Recently in May 2018 he has sung the Title song of Bhaijaan Elo Re starring Dhallywood King Shakib Khan and the song became very popular in West Bengal and Bangladesh. The Song Crossed 2 million views in 3 Days on YouTube channel of Eskay Movies.

Non-film music[edit]

Abhijeet has recorded non-film pop music. He has composed all of his non film albums himself except Aashiqui by Nikhil-Vinay. He released two albums, Main Deewana Hoon and Tapori No.1 in early 90's. Later he launched Aashiqui which got success with Hit "Koi Lauta De Woh" . He released a pop album, called Tere Bina in 2003. Which Was a Big Hit on that Time. He got MTV Music Best Singer Asia Award for that Album. "Kabhin Yaadon mein Aaon" is a Hit Song of all time from that album.

On 3 May 2006, he released another non-film album called Lamhe. In 2014 after long break, he released his album titled AB consist of Seven Songs, penned by Sameer. one of the song of this Album "Pankhudi Ki Palki" released with costliest animated video from Times Music. He also released Bengali pop albums and Tagore song albums regularly, for Tagore songs album he received Sangeet Maha Samman on 13 February 2015. Among his Pop Bengali Albums "Chai Chai Tumi Ami" (2014) is a big hit composed by Zee Saregamapa Champion Debojit Saha and Abhijeet himself, After long gap with T-series he recorded a new song with June Banerjee at T-Series Studio in September 2016, But still unreleased. That will be his Pop song collaboration with T-Series after a Decade. In 2017 January His 90's evergreen hit song, which he also composed "Kabhi Yadoon Mein" was out with a Remake version sung by Palak Muchhal and Arijit Singh, Starring By Divya Khosla Kumar, who was the actress in the original version sung and composed by Abhijeet too. Abhijeet recently also sang and dedicated a song "Maa Ka Yeh Pyaar Mamta Dulaar" to all mothers on the International Mother's Day 2017. His Pop Single "Kare Megha (Pyaasi Pyaasi)" Penned by Gulzar and Composed by Abhishek Ray in 2017 got much appreciation. Abhijeet recently released a song named 'Aye Zindagi' Music by Vishal Mishra, Lyrics by Rashmi Virag which is launched by Singer Sonu Nigam agency ITW Playworx Music. The interesting fact is this single song is released in 6 Solo Versions, Voiced by Asha Bhosle, Sonu Nigam, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Shaan, Alka Yagnik, Suresh Wadkar. Its a new trend setter on Indian Pop Music Industry. [3]

Controversies[edit]

On 6 May 2015, when sessions court in Mumbai sentenced actor Salman Khan to five years in jail in connection with the 2002 hit-and-run case, Abhijeet came out in support of Salman by tweeting "Roads are meant for cars and dogs not for people sleeping on them". This raised anger among several Twitter users as well in popular media for allegedly making insensitive remarks as well as opening himself to criticism by members of media or others that Abhijeet is equating homeless people to be the same as dogs.[4]

In a similar tweet, he said "Kutta rd pe soyega kutte ki maut marega, roads garib ke baap ki nahi hai I ws homles an year nvr slept on rd" (Dogs sleep on the road and die like dogs. Roads are not ancestral properties of poor. I was homeless for a year and never slept on roads). Abhijeet clarified to a news channel "Nobody should die on the roads as dogs". He further stated that the death of the poor man was a loss to his family members and by not sleeping on the roads such deaths can be and should be avoided. He said and so did other people on the same news channel program that sleeping on the roads/pavements is dangerous as the roads are extremely busy. Many members of the public and media want the government to do more to help avoid such preventable incidents. Unfortunately a large number of people sleep overnight on the roads in cities in India due to the lack of means to buy or rent a house while they eke out a living doing menial labor.[5][6][7][8]

In July 2016, Abhijeet was arrested by the Mumbai police and release later on bail, for allegedly abusing journalist Swati Chaturvedi[9] online on Twitter. The arrest was at the complaint of Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson Preeti Sharma Menon with Mumbai's BKC Cyber Cell. According to the Indian Express, the FIR for the online abuse was filed on charges of public obscenity and outrage of modesty.[10]

Abhijeet Bhattacharya's Twitter account (@abhijeetsinger) was suspended on May 23, 2017, after he posted a series of 'offensive tweets', especially against women.[11] Sonu Nigam also deleted his account after Abhijeet account was suspended.[12][13] On 29th may Abhijeet re-joined Twitter with a new account(@singerabhijeet). But by evening, the new account was also suspended.[14]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Honours
  • Uttar Pradesh Gaurav Samman[15]
  • Yash Bharati Samman, 2013
  • Sangeet Maha Samman, 2015
  • Vishesh Shamman Award by West Bengal Government, 2017
  • Vikramaditya Award, 2018
Filmfare Awards

Filmfare Best Male Playback Award (Won):

Year Song Film Music director(s)
1998 "Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaaon" Yes Boss Jatin Lalit
Filmfare Best Male Playback Award (Nominated)
Year Song Film
1995 "Ole Ole" Yeh Dillagi
1997 "Yeh Teri Aankhen Jhuki Jhuki" Fareb
2004 "Suno Na Suno Na" Chalte Chalte

Notable songs[edit]

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Song name(s) Co-singer(s) Music Director(s)
1982 Aparupa (Bengali) "Ami Janina Keno Tomay" Asha Bhosle R. D. Burman
1983 Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye "Prem Duddth Aaya" Asha Bhosle Laxmikant-Pyarelal
1984 Anand Aur Anand "Nasha Hai Mujhe Bhi", "Wadon Ki Sham Aai" Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle R. D. Burman
1984 Teri Baahon Mein "ABCD..." Sharon Prabhakar Bappi Lahiri
1987 Guru Dakshina (Bengali) "Aaj E Probhate" Bhupinder Singh Bappi Lahiri
1987 Pratikar (Bengali) "Dol Dolo Dol" Chandrani Mukherjee Md Aziz Bappi Lahiri
1989 Asmaan Se Ooncha ""Zindagi Se Jab Mile"" Kumar Sanu, Sadhna Sargam, Anwar Rajesh Roshan
1989 Goonj "Jawani Ke Din Hai Pyar Kiye Ja", "Suta Lagao Yaro, Lo Ek Dusre Ka Jhoota" Hema Sardesai, Binjoo Ali Biddu
1990 Khatarnaak "Aasman Pe Bethi Chandni" Chorus Anu Malik
1990 Baaghi "Ek Chanchal Shook Haseena", "Chandni Raat Hain", "Har Kasam Se Badi Hain" Solo, Kavita Krishnamurthy Anand-Milind
1991 Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin "Dil Tujhpe Aa Gaya" Anuradha Paudwal Nadeem-Shravan
1991 Indrajeet "Reshmi Zulfen Nasheeli Aankhen" Jolly Mukherjee R. D. Burman
1991 Dalapathi "Aayi Holi" Udit Narayan Ilaiyaraaja
1992 Khiladi "Wada Raha Sanam", "Khud Ko Kya Samajhti Hai", "Tu Shama Main Parwana Teraa" Alka Yagnik Jatin-Lalit
1992 Shola Aur Shabnam "Bole Bole Dil Mera Dole" Chorus Bappi Lahiri
1993 Parampara "Phoolon Ke Is Shehar Mein" Lata Mangeshkar Shiv-Hari
Darr "Darwaza Band Karlo" Lata Mangeshkar Shiv-Hari
Pehchaan "Tu Mere Dil Mein", "Aankhon Mein Kya", "Sanam O Sanam" Solo, Kavita Krishnamurthy Anand-Milind
1994 Yeh Dillagi "Ole Ole", "Lagi Lagi Hai" Solo, Udit Narayan, Lata Mangeshkar Dilip Sen-Sameer Sen
Main Khiladi Tu Anari "Main Khiladi Tu Anari" Udit Narayan, Anu Malik Anu Malik
Raja Babu "A Aa E Ee" Solo Anand-Milind
Anjaam "Badi Mushkil Hai" Solo Anand-Milind
Teesra Kaun "Teesra Kaun", "Kya Aankhen Hain Kya Mukhra Hai" Poornima Anand-Milind
Juaari "Haara Khiladi Jeet Gaye Hum", "Tum Hi Tum Ho" Sudesh Bhosle, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Pritha Mazumdar Bappi Lahiri
1995 Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge "Zara Sa Jhoom Loon Mein" Asha Bhosle Jatin-Lalit
Sabse Bada Khiladi "Bharo Meri Mang Baro", "Tu Hai Aandhi" Jyoti Rajesh Roshan
Coolie No. 1 "Goriya Chura Na" Chandana Dixit Anand-Milind
Takkar "Aankhon Main Base Ho Tum" Alka Yagnik Anu Malik
1996 Fareb "Yeh Teri Aankhen", "Yaar Ka Milna" Solo Jatin-Lalit
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi "Itna Mujhe Pata Hai" Kavita Krishnamurthy Anu Malik
Jung "Deewana Deewana Yeh Dil" Kavita Krishnamurthy Nadeem-Shravan
Rakshak "Shehar Ki Ladki" Chandra Dixit Anand-Milind
Insaaf "Barah Aana De" Alka Yagnik Anand-Milind
Ek Tha Raja "Saawan Ki Raaton Mein" Kavita Krishnamurthy Anand-Milind
Zameer "Goriyaan Tu" Poornima Anand-Milind
Army "De tali" Sadhna Sargam, Vindo Rathod, Jolly Mukherji Anand-Milind
Krishna "Jhanjhriya" Solo Anu Malik
Daraar "Deewana Deewana Main Tere Liye", "Yeh Pyaar Pyaar Kya Hai" Sadhana Sargam, Alka Yagnik Anu Malik
Dastak "Tumhain Kaise Main Batoo" Solo Rajesh Roshan
1997 Judwaa "Tan Tana Tan Tan Tara" Poornima Anu Malik
Mohabbat "Meri Jaane Jaana" Kavita Krishnamurthy Nadeem-Shravan
Yes Boss "Chaand Taare", "Suniye To", "Main Koi Aisa Geet", "Jaata Hai Tu Kahan" Solo, Alka Yagnik Jatin-Lalit
Judaai "Mujhe Pyaar Hua" Alka Yagnik Nadeem-Shravan
Bhai "Khul Gaya Naseeb" Chandana Dixit Anand-Milind
Sanam "Kasam Se Kasam Se" Kavita Krishnamurthy Anand-Milind
Daanveer "Chumma Chumma" Chandra Dixit Anand-Milind
Mr. and Mrs. Khiladi "Jume Ke Jume", "Jab Tak Rahega Samosa Main Aloo" Poornima, Sapna Mukherjee Anu Malik
1998 Kudrat "Aab Tak Hai Puri Azadi" Sushma Shreshtha Rajesh Roshan
Keemat "Koi Nahin Tere Jaise" Udit Narayan, Hema Sardesai Rajesh Roshan
1999 Baadshah "Baadshah O Baadshah", "Woh Ladki Jo Saab Se","Main Toh Hu Paagal","Hum To Deewaney Huye Yaar" Solo, Alka Yagnik Anu Malik
Dil Hi Dil Mein "Ae Nazneen Sunona" Solo A.R. Rahman
Khoobsurat "Bahoot Khoobsurat Ho" Neerja Pundit Jatin Lalit
2000 Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani "I'm The Best", "Kuch To Bata", "Aur Kya" Solo, Alka Yagnik Jatin-Lalit
Chal Mere Bhai "Mere Baap Ki","Chori Chori Sapno Mein" Vinod Rathod Anand-Milind
Josh "Mere Khyaloon Ki Malika","Zinda Hai Hum Toh" Jolly Mukherjee, Hema Sardesai Anu Malik
Dhadkan "Tum Dil Ki Dhadkan" Alka Yagnik Nadeem-Shravan
Khiladi 420 "Dil Le Le" Alka Yagnik Sanjeev Darshan
2001 Asoka "Roshini Se", "Raat Ka Nasha" Alka Yagnik, K.S. Chithra Anu Malik
Tum Bin "Dekhte Hi Dekhte Dil Kho Gaya", "Pyar Humko Hone Laga" Anuradha Paudwal, K.S. Chithra Nikhil-Vinay
Nayak: The Real Hero "Chidiya Tu Hoti Toh" Sanjivani Bhelande A. R. Rahman
2002 Raaz "Pyaar Se Pyaar Hum", "Main Agar Samne" Solo Nadeem-Shravan
Awara Paagal Deewana "Maine To Khai Kasam" Sunidhi Chauhan Anu Malik
Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar "Hasate Ho" Alka Yagnik Anand-Milind
2003 Chalte Chalte "Suno Na Suno Na", "Chalte Chalte", "Tauba Tumhare Yeh Ishaare" Solo, Alka Yagnik Jatin-Lalit, Aadesh Shrivastava
Haasil "Aankhen Bhi Hoti Hai Dil Ki Zubaan" Solo Jatin-Lalit
2004 Main Hoon Na "Title Song (Sad)", "Tumhe Jo Maine Dekha" Solo, Shreya Ghoshal Anu Malik
Grahan Kehte Hai Jisko, "Chupi Chupi" Kavita Krishnamurthy, Asha Bhosle e Karthik Raja
Dhoom "Dilbara" Solo Pritam
2005 Bewafaa "Ishq Chupta Nahin" Solo Nadeem-Shravan
Dosti "Aisa Koi Zindagi Mein" Alka Yagnik Nadeem-Shravan
2006 Gangster "Lamha Lamha" Sunidhi Chauhan Pritam
2007 Kaafila "Sandesa Aaya" Sukhwinder Singh, Nabi Madjnun Sukhwinder Singh
Om Shanti Om "Dhoom Taana" Shreya Ghoshal Vishal-Shekhar
2009 Billu Barber "Khudaya Khair-Reprise" Akriti Kakkar, Monali Thakur Pritam
2009 Ek: The Power of One "Tum Sath Ho" Shreya Ghoshal Pritam
2011 Bhorer Alo (Bengali) "More Piya Piya More Saiyan" Mahalaxmi Iyer Jeet Ganguly
2011 Tum Hi To Ho "Tum Hi To Ho" Solo Anand-Milind
2012 Challenge 2 (Bengali) "Chor Police" Akriti Kakkar Jeet Ganguly
2013 Khoka 420 (Bengali) "Gobhir Joler Fish" Akriti Kakkar Savvy
2013 Besharam "Dil Ka Jo Haal Hai" Shreya Ghoshal Lalit Pandit
2014 Nizaam Jhootha Rickshewala "Rickshe Wala Nizaam Jhootha" Solo Dilip Sen Sameer Sen
2015 Jamai Baron (Bengali) "Andho Alo Chaya" Solo Sumit Acharya
2016 "Bollywood Theme Song for World Cultural Festival" Asha Bhosle, Alka Yagnik, Javed Ali, Shaan, Akriti Kakkar, Kanika Kapoor Lalit Pandit
2016 The Lonely Rain Song- (Single) "Pyaasi Pyaasi" Shreya Ghoshal (another Solo Version) Abhishek Ray – Gulzar
2016 Mahayoddha Rama "Chalo Banao Setu" Shukhwinder Singh, Aadesh Shrivastava Aadesh Shrivastava
2017 Hason Raja Matiro Pinjirar Majhe Bondi Hoiya Re Solo Bappi Lahiri, Debojyoti Mishra
2017 Radhe (Nepali Film) "Malai Maaf Gara" Solo Arjun Pokhrel
2017 Mothers Day Special Song "Maa Ka Pyar" Solo GS Gupta & PS Kainth
2017 Love 16 "Kalo Shey Dhushor" Sureli Roy Sarbarish Majumder
2017 "Dhadkan" Unplugged "Tum Dil Ki Dhadkan" Jolly Das Nadeem-Shravan
2017 Dhai Kurakur Dham Kurakur (Pujo Special Singles 2017) "Dhai Kurakur Dham Kurakur" Solo Shubhashis Bhattacharya
2018 "Suno Watan Ke Navjawano (Republic Day Song- 2018)" "Suno Watan Ke Navjawano" Solo Vitthal Patole
2018 "Auto Romance In Mumbai" "Kabhi Toh Lagta Hai Koi Hame Chahe" Solo Sidharrth Jaaju
2018 "Bhaijaan Elo Re" "Bhaijaan Elo Re (Title Track)" Solo Savvy
2018 "Hoichoi Unlimited" "Sujon Majhi Re" Solo Savvy
2018 "Bengali Puja Song 2018" "Joy Joy Durga Maa - The Pujo Song" Shaan, Jeet Gannguli Jeet Gannguli
2018 "Aye Zindagi" "Aye Zindagi - Single" Shaan, Sonu Nigam, Asha Bhosle, Alka Yagnik, Suresh Wadkar Vishal Mishra

References[edit]

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