|Born||Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India|
Amitabh Bhattacharya is an Indian lyricist and playback singer of Bengali origin who works in Bollywood films. He shot to fame with the film Dev.D. The song "Emotional Attyachar" from the movie was an instant hit. He has been continuously writing lyrics for a variety of Bollywood movies since then and has also sung a few of them. Bhattacharya has also maintained a close association with Amit Trivedi since their first film Aamir. He has written the lyrics or sang for most of the film albums composed by the latter. His lyrics have been variously described as "frillfree" and "smartly worded".
As playback singer
|2008||Aamir||Amit Trivedi||Ek Lau, Ha Raham|
|2009||Wake Up Sid||Amit Trivedi||Iktara||Ayan Mukerji|
|2010||Band Baaja Baaraat||Salim-Sulaiman||Mitra|
|2010||Udaan||Amit Trivedi||Geet, Aazadiyan|
|2010||Admissions Open||Amit Trivedi||Dariya Ubale, Aasman Ke Paar|
|2010||Fast Forward||Aankhon ki Baat|
|2011||No One Killed Jessica||Amit Trivedi||Dua|
|2012||Aiyyaa||Amit Trivedi||What to do||Anurag Kashyap Production|
|2013||Lootera||Amit Trivedi||Ankahee, Manmarziyan, Shikayatein, Monta Re||Phantom Films Production|
|2013||Chennai Express||Vishal-Shekhar||Tera Rasta Chhodun Na||Red Chillies|
|2014||2 States||Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy||Offo||Dharma Productions|
|2014||Happy Ending||Sachin-Jigar||Paaji Tussi Such a Pussy Cat||Illuminati Films|
|2015||Bhale Manchi Roju||Sunny M.R.||Vaareva Ore Maccha (Telugu)||70MM entertainments|
- The Film (2005)
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- "SRK-Mahira's Romantic Song 'Zaalima' From Raees Might Just Be 2017's First Love Anthem!". The Times of India. Retrieved 5 January 2017.
- Indo-Asian News Service (7 March 2012). "I Am gets National Award for best Hindi film, best lyrics". Sify. Retrieved 3 February 2016.
- Amitabh Bhattacharya at the Internet Movie Database
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