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Amit Trivedi

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Love You Zindagi Amit Trivedi, Jasleen Royal 03:52
Inshallah (From Songs of Dance) Amit Trivedi, Alaa Wardi 03:20
Ghodey Pe Sawaar Amit Trivedi, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Sireesha Bhagavatula 03:13
Just Go to Hell Dil (From "Dear Zindagi") Amit Trivedi, Sunidhi Chauhan 05:35
Shauq Amit Trivedi, Varun Grover, Shahid Mallya, Sireesha Bhagavatula 04:16
Phero Na Najariya Amit Trivedi, Kausar Munir, Sireesha Bhagavatula 03:59
Aafaton Ke Parinde Amit Trivedi, Suraj Jagan, Divya Kumar, Kausar Munir 03:23
Rubaaiyaan Amit Trivedi, Swanand Kirkire, Shahid Mallya 04:13
Iktara Amit Trivedi, Kavita Seth, Amitabh Bhattacharya 04:13
Nirbhau Nirvair Amit Trivedi, Sant Kabir, Anvita Dutt, Shahid Mallya 05:07

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Although celebrated for his work as a playback singer, lyricist, and songwriter, Amit Trivedi is best known as a Bollywood film composer, even winning the prestigious National Film Award for Best Music Direction in 2010 for his work on the Hindi film Dev.D. Born to a Gujarati family in Mumbai, Maharashtra, on April 8, 1979, he grew up listening to traditional Gujarati folk songs and began composing music at 20 years old. His early projects found him working on promotional jingles, television music, and even Abhijeet Sawant's sophomore album, Junoon. He then moved into the film industry, making his soundtrack debut with 2008's Aamir before earning widespread acclaim with Dev.D. Featuring not only his songwriting, but his singing, too, the Dev.D soundtrack won multiple awards and served as a springboard for the rest of Amit Trivedi's career. He wrote music for additional films like 2009's Wake Up Sid, 2011's No One Killed Jessica, 2014's Queen, and more than 40 movies throughout the 2010s, earning four Filmfare Awards and five Global Indian Music Academy Awards along the way. He worked as a playback singer, too, climbing the Indian charts with Kedarnath's "Namo Namo" and receiving award nominations for his performances of Kai Po Che!'s "Manja" and Andhadhun's "Naina Da Kya Kasoor." Amit Trivedi remained prolific during the early 2020s, as well, composing the music for the Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu remakes of the 2014 Hindi hit Queen.