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Bappi Lahiri

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Saun Di Jhadi OtaaL, Lata Mangeshkar, Bappi Lahiri, Anand Bakshi 02:50
Tune Maari Entriyaan (From "Gunday") Vishal Dadlani, SOHAIL SEN, Irshad Kamil, KK 05:13
Yaad Aa Raha Hai Bappi Lahiri 06:22
Ballin Usman Anxari, Bappi Lahiri, Karan Aujla 02:50
Auva Auva Koi Yahan Nache (From "Disco Dancer") Usha Uthup, Bappi Lahiri 05:26
Auva Auva Koi Yahan Nache Usha Uthup, Bappi Lahiri 05:31
Aaya Aaya Alka Yagnik, Bappi Lahiri 07:09
Zulfaan Salman Khan, Bappi Lahiri, Kaifi Khalil 02:41
Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Aaja Parvati Khan, Bappi Lahiri, Anjaan 02:53
Raat Baaqi Baat Baaqi Bappi Lahiri, Shashi Kapoor, Asha Bhosle 06:19

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Lovingly dubbed "The Disco King of Bollywood," Alokesh Aparesh Lahiri (November 27, 1952), known professionally as Bappi Lahiri, was an award-winning Indian singer, composer, and producer. Credited with introducing the use of synthesizers in Indian music, he rose to prominence with several film scores during the 1980s and 1990s. He is also known for his extravagant, Elvis Presley-inspired looks, which often consisted of multiple gold chains, velvet cardigans, and sunglasses. Born in Kolkata into a family of artists, he began playing tabla from a very young age and moved to Mumbai at the age of 19 to pursue a career in music. After making his debut on the Bengali film Daadu (1974), he got his big break as both a composer and playback singer on Tahir Husain's Zakhmee (1975), followed by Chalte Chalte (1976), which brought him to national recognition as a music director. Throughout the 80s, Bappi Lahiri collaborated closely with singer Kishore Kumar on box office hits such as Himmatwala (1983), Naya Kadam (1984), and Bewafai (1985), and entered the Guinness Book of World Records after recording over 186 songs for 33 films in 1986. He continued to perform and record well into the 21st century, receiving the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017. On February 15, 2022, Bappi Lahiri passed away due to a lung infection at the age of 69.