Sudesh Bhonsle

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Sudesh BhonsaleBrief Intro

Sudesh Bhonsle is a well known Indian playback singer, who had sung for various Bollywood films. He is also popular for his talent to mimic actor Amitabh Bachchan.

 

Early Life & Background

Sudesh is born on 1st July 1960 in Maharashtra. His father Late N.R.Bhosle, was an Indian artist and mother late Suman Bhosle, was an Indian Classical Vocalist. In his childhood, Sudesh was more inclined in painting and use to help his father with painting posters. He had also sketched and painted for the film ‘Julie’. However, he used to participate in singing competitions during college. He uses to sing & mimic in the ‘International Artist Melody Makers’ orchestra. Sudesh was trained under Pt. Satyanaryan Misra and Vereran Kalyanji.

 

First assignment/ First major break

Sudesh started his career as a singer & mimic with ‘International Artist Melody Makers’, however, he got his major break in playback singing from the film ‘Zalzala’.

 

Journey in the industry

After working with ‘International Artist Melody Makers’ in 1982, Sudesh started singing for various concerts and shows. In 1985, Sudesh was singing in a concert where Asha Bhosle was a guest. After the show, Asha Bhosle approached him and asked to submit him his audio tape. Later, she played that tape in front of late R.D. Burman.  Burman liked his voice and offered him to sing a song for the movie ‘Zalzala’.

Soon many music directors like Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Kalyanji-Anandji, Bappi Lahari approached him to record a song. He also recorded a song with his idol Kishore Kumar for the movie ‘Waqt Ki Awaz’. He soon became a professional dubbing artist for several artists like Sanjeev Kumar, Anil Kapoor & more. He had dubbed for Sanjeev Kumar who expired before completing the film ‘Professor Ki Padosan’.

He has sung many famous Bollywood songs, especially for the superstar Amitabh Bachchan. He had sung Amitabh’s famous ‘Jumma Chumma De De’ from the movie ‘Hum’ in 1991.

He has mimic Amitabh Bachchan in various shows & award functions. He can also mimic other Bollywood celebrities like Vinod Khanna, Sanjeev Kumar and many more.

Sudesh has come-up with the concept of ‘K for Kishore’, a singing contest on Sony TV. He is also the producer and judge of the show.

List of popular songs of Sudesh Bhosle are ‘Na Na Na Na Na Re’ from Mrityudaata, ‘Assi Chutki Nabbe Taal’ from Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, ‘Mr. Lova Lova’ from the movie Ishq,  ‘Jumma Chumma’ from Hum, ‘Sona Sona Dil Mera Sona’ from Major Saab, ‘Imli Ka Boota’ from Saudagar, ‘Bhangra Paale’ from Karan Arjun, ‘Ganraya Deva Ganraya’, ‘Chand Sa Lalla’, ‘Raja Babu’, ‘Lal Dupatte Wali’ and more.

From 1988 to 2013, Sudesh has sung as a playback singer in the many popular movies like ‘Waqt Ki Awaz’, ‘Roti Kee Keemat’, ‘Agneepath’, ‘Hum’, ‘Tirangaa’, ‘Angaar’, ‘Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman’, ‘King Uncle’, ‘Darr’, ‘Krantiveer’, ‘Karan Arjun’, ‘Ishq’, ‘Major Saab’, ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’, ‘Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha’, ‘Haseena Maan Jaayegi’, ‘Raju Chacha’, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’, ‘Company’, ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’, ‘Kaante’, ‘Baabul’, ‘Krazzy 4’, ‘Golmaal 3’ and many more.

Sudesh has also sung in the Marathi movie ‘Akleche Kande’ in 2001. He has also produced the Hindi movies like ‘Shabnam Mausi’ in 2005 and ‘The Champ’ in 2010. In 2008, he has been awarded the Mother Teresa Millennium Award for his contribution to music in Kolkata.

 

Other Business

Sudesh has his own recording studio named ‘The Sudesh Bhosle Recording Studio’, which is equipped with the world class latest digital hardware to handle Audio recording features films, ad-films, television serials, songs and background music recording at competitive rates.

 

Personal life

Sudesh is married to Sneha and couple has two children Siddhant Bhosle & Shruti Bhosle.

 

Name of Films

Some of Popular works of Sudesh Bhosle:

‘Waqt Ki Awaz’ in 1988

‘Maalamaal’ in 1988

‘Batwara’ in 1989

‘Bhrashtachar’ in 1989

‘Mohabat Ka Paigham’ in 1989

‘Agneepath’ in 1990

‘Sailaab’ in 1990

‘Pyar La Dveta’ in 1990

‘Atishbaaz’ in 1990

‘Hum’ in 1991

‘Ajooba’ in 1991

‘Indrajeet’ in 1991

‘Shikari’ in 1991

‘Tahalka’ in 1992

‘Humshakal’ in 1992

‘Angaar’ in 1992

‘Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman’ 1992

‘Zunz Tujhi Majhi’ in 1992

‘Tirangaa’ in 1992

‘Roja’ in 1992

‘Naseebwaala’ in 1992

‘Hum Hain Kamaal Ke’ in 1993

‘Darr’ in 1933

‘Prateeksha’ in 1993

‘King Uncle’ in 1993

‘Insaniyat’ in 1994

‘Paramaatma’ in 1994

‘Krantiveer’ in 1994

‘Karan Arjun’ in 1995

‘Haqeeqat’ in 1995

‘Chaahat’ in 1996

‘Return of Jewel Thief’ in 1996

‘Hahakaar’ in 1996

‘Mrityudaata’ in 1997

‘Ishq’ in 1997

‘Darmiyaan’ in 1997

‘Major Saab’ in 1998

‘Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha’ in 1998

‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ in 1988

‘Lal Baadshah’ in 1998

‘International Khiladi’ in 1999

‘Haseena Maan Jaayegi’ in 1999

‘Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin’ in 1999

‘Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan’ in 1999

‘Hadh Kar Di Aapne’ in 2000

‘Raju Chacha’ in 2000

‘Ashi Gyaneshwari’ in 2001

‘Arjun Devaa; in 2001

‘Akleche Kande’ in 2001

‘Zahreela’ in 2001

‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’ in 2001

‘Company’ in 2002

‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’ in 2002

‘Kaante’ in 2002

‘Jhankaar Beats’ in 2003

‘Joggers Park’ in 2003

‘Dil Pardesi Ho Gaya’ in 2003

‘Mirchi’ in 2004

‘Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo’ in 2004

‘Waqt’ in 2005

‘Dil Jo Bhi Kahey’ in 2005

‘He Porgi Kunachi’ in 2006

‘Baabul’ in 2006

‘Gangotri’ in 2007

‘Krazzy 4’ in 2008

‘Roadside Romeo’ in 2008

‘Aladin’ in 2008

‘Golmaal 3’ in 2010

‘Toonpur Ka Superher’ in 2010

‘Department’ in 2012

 

As a Producer:

The Champ

Shabnam Mausi

 

Awards

‘Mother Teresa Millennium Award’ for his contribution to music in 2008