While in his notable vocation RD Burman garnered numerous honors, awards, and praise across the world, you’ll be amazed to realize that RD Burman earned his first Filmfare Best Music executive award only in 1983 for Sanam Teri Kasam, after failing 11 times before.
Rahul Dev Burman aka RD Burman, who is deemed undoubtedly the considerable musician of the Indian film enterprise, gave various extraordinary songs and choruses from the 1960s to the 1990s. His fans called him Pancham Da, the vocalist poser who nearly worked with celebrated vocalists like Kishore Kumar, Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle Ji, and Lata Mangeshkar Ji. While in his prominent career RD Burman attained numerous honors, awards, and praise across the world, you’ll be surprised to realize that he attained very his first Filmfare Best Music founder award only in the year 1983 for Sanam Teri Kasam, after missing 11 times before taking home his new trophy for the Kamal Haasan and Reena Roy starrer. RD Burman was selected for his music in movies like ‘Caravan,’ ‘Yaadon Ki Baaraat’, ‘Aap Ki Kasam,’ ‘Khel Khel Mein’, ‘Sholay,’ ‘Mehbooba,’ ‘Hum Kisise Kum Naheen,’ ‘Kinara’, ‘Shalimar’, ‘Shaan’ and ‘Love Story’. Speaking about ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’, the movie was a lyrical hit and encompassed chartbusters like ‘Nisha’, ‘Sheeshe Ke Mein’ and ‘Kitne Bhi Tu Kar Le Sitam’. The movie was supervised by Narendra Bedi and created by Barkha Roy. It also starred Kader Khan and Ranjeet in climactic positions. Intrusively, RD Burman also earned the Filmfare Best Music governor the particularly following year (1984) for his incredible work as a songwriter in ‘Naseeruddin Shah,’ ‘Shabana Azmi’ and ‘Supriya Pathak’ starrer ‘Masoom’. The film starred evergreen music, comprising ‘Tujhse Naraz Nahi Zindagi’, ‘Lakdi Ka Kaatih’, ‘Huzur Is Kadar’ and ‘Do Naina’, ‘Ek Kahaani’ and others. The movie was supervised by distinguished filmmaker ‘Shekhar Kapur’ while the lyrics of the melodies were composed by the celebrated Gulzar. It highlighted ‘Jugal Hansraj,’ ‘Aradhana’ and ‘Urmila Matondkar’ as child entertainers.
(According to Bollywood life)