RD Burman's father SD Burman was a great musician. He earned a lot of name in his career. But the popularity and popularity of people were seen in RD Burman's songs, even his father did not.
The era of 70 is considered the Golden Era in the Bollywood film industry. Everything in this Era was amazing. Movies, actors, and songs too. The songs of the 70s hold a special place in the hearts of people. The music director who earned the most name in Bollywood in this decade was RD Burman. His songs became a guarantee of success in the 70s. The talent of the musician has made everyone his admirer. On his death anniversary, he is telling some things related to his life.
RD Burman's father SD Burman was a great musician. He earned a lot of name in his career. But the popularity and popularity of people were seen in RD Burman's songs, even his father did not. RD Burman started composing music from a very young age. At the age of just 9, he started composition work. At the age of 17, he composed his first Bollywood song. He composed and composed the song A Merry Hat for the film Funtuos.
How did the name Pancham da-
By the way, there are many stories and stories about how RD Burman got the name Pancham da. Actually, when Pancham da was younger, he used to cry on the 5th note, due to which he was named Pancham. Apart from this, an anecdote is associated with Ashok Kumar. In fact, when I met Ashok Kumar for the first time in small, he saw that RD Burman was repeatedly bringing Pa's hymns in his mouth. That's why Dada Muni named him fifth.
Talking about films, Pancham da got success with a little delay but when he got it, he got an uncountable. He gave successful music in films like Tirthi Manzil, Amar Prem, Thunderstorm, Parichay, Innocent, Sholay, Khel Khel Mein, Aap Ki Kasam, Kinara, and 1942 A Love Story. Pancham da died on 4 January 1994.