Musician Roshan | Roshan was expert in composing Qawwali

Musician Roshan
Bollywood veteran music composer Roshan has composed all kinds of songs.

..on the occasion of birthday 14 July..

Mumbai (Agency). Bollywood veteran musician Roshan has composed all kinds of songs, but he excelled in composing Qawwalis. In the super hit movie ‘Barsaat Ki Raat’ released in the year 1960, all the songs became popular, but in the music direction of Roshan, Manna Dey and Asha Bhosle’s qawwali ‘Na To Caravan Ki Talaash’ composed by Sahir Ludhianvi and in the voice of Mohammed Rafi Yeh Ishq Ishq Hai’ has left an indelible mark in the hearts of listeners to this day. In the duet of Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey in the movie ‘Dil Hi To Hai’ released in 1963, Roshan Qawwali Nigahen Ko Jee Chahta Hai composed ‘Aaj Jab Kabhi Fizaon Mein Gunjta Hai’, the audience is overwhelmed listening to it.

Born on July 14, 1917, in the house of a contractor in the city of Gujranwala in what was then West Punjab (now in Pakistan), Roshan was inclined towards music from childhood and not his father’s profession. Due to his inclination towards music, Roshan often went to watch movies. During this he did a movie, Puran Bhagat. Saw it. Roshan loved a bhajan in the voice of playback singer Sehgal in the movie Hypuran Bhagathav. He was so impressed by this hymn that he watched the film several times. When he was eleven, he became inclined towards music and started taking music lessons from Ustad Manohar Barve. Musician Roshan

Manohar Barve also conducted drama programmes. With them, Roshan started participating in shows all over the country. When Manohar Barve went on stage and said that he is now going to present you the greatest singer in the country, Roshan would have been disappointed because he didn’t like the word singer. Until then, Roshan could not decide whether to become a singer or a composer.

After some time, Roshan left home and went to Lucknow and started learning music from Ratan Jankar, the headmaster of Morris College of Music. After taking music lessons for about five years, he came to Maihar and started taking music lessons from Ustad Allauddin Khan. One day Allauddin Khan asked Roshan, ‘How many hours a day do you do Riyaz? Roshan said proudly, “Two hours during the day and two hours at night. Hearing this, Allaudin Khan said that if he cannot do Riyaz for eight hours a day, then he can leave from here by picking up his bag and bed. Roshan was touched by this and he started doing Riyaz with passion. His hard work soon paid off and he learned the nuances of the note’s ups and downs. Musician Roshan

Roshan (Musician Roshan) In the midst of all this, Roshan also took music lessons from Bundu Khan. Roshan started his career as a musician in the year 1940 at All India Radio station, Delhi. Later he also worked as house composer in many programs broadcast by All India Radio. In the year 1949, Roshan moved from Delhi to Mumbai with the dream of becoming a film composer. After a year of struggling in this city, he met Kedar Sharma, a well-known producer and director. Kedar Sharma, impressed with Roshan’s music making style, gave him the chance to work as a music composer in his film Hyneki Aur Badihan.

Roshan may not have been successful with his debut film Neki Aur Badi, but he certainly started his film career as a lyricist. In the year 1950, Roshan again got a chance to work in Kedar Sharma’s movie ‘Baware Nain’. After the success of the song ‘Teri Duniya Mein Dil Lagta Nahi’ sung by Mukesh in this film, Roshan was able to establish himself as a music composer in the film world.

Mukesh gave his voice to most of the songs composed by Roshan. Roshan’s collaboration with lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi went well. The songs and music of these two couples made the audience emotional. These songs include ‘Na to caravan ki talash hai’, ‘Zindagi bhar nahi bhulegi woh barsaat ki raat’, ‘Laga chunri me daag’, ‘Jo baat tujhme hai’, ‘Jo waada kiya woh nibhana padega’ and ‘Duniya kare sawaal to hum’. Melodic songs like ‘Kya Jawab Dene’ have been recorded. Roshan received the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director for the film Taj Mahal released in 1963. Roshan, the great musician who imbued the Hindi film world with his unparalleled music, took his leave of this world on November 16, 1967.

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