On Jagjit Singh's loss of life anniversary, remembering the music legend's ghazals, from Hothon Se Chhu Lo to Koi Fariyaad – Sourced

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From Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho to Chitthi Na Koi Sandes, here is a playlist of Jagjit Singh’s most memorable ghazals on his ninth loss of life anniversary.

10 October marks the ninth loss of life anniversary of ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh. The singer handed away in 2011 after having suffered mind haemorrhage. Remembered as one of many greatest names within the music business, Singh’s baritone voice, diction and evocative prowess made his songs everlasting.

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Born on 8 February, 1941 in Rajasthan’s Sriganganagar, he had six siblings. While his birth name was Jagmohan, his father had modified it to Jagjit following the recommendation of his guru. Jagjit Singh is credited to have introduced the ghazal to the middle-class and making it additional accessible to the plenty.

He married Chitra Dutta in 1969, and in 1976 they launched the famed album The Unforgettable. Singh additionally composed and recorded songs by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

It isn’t just ghazals, Jagjit Singh has additionally sung the indigenous Lifebuoy jingle that had a catchy tag line, “Tandarusti ke raksha karta hai lifebuoy, lifebuoy hai jahan, tandurusti hai wahan.”

On his loss of life anniversary, listed here are 5 songs to recall the ‘King of Ghazal.’

Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho

The track is from the 1982 movie Arth, directed by Mahesh Bhatt. Penned by Kaifi Azmi, it’s about persevering in ache. Picturised on Shabana Azmi and Kulbhushan Kharbanda, that is thought of to be one in all Singh’s hottest ghazals.

Ye Daulat Bhi Le Lo

Singh’s voice created magic within the ghazal ‘Ye Daulat Bhi Le Lo,’ which speaks of the yearnings of childhood as time passes and age catches on. The easy lyrics harking back to wet afternoons and paper boats is a poignant ballad for all occasions.

Hothon Se Chhu Lo Tum

Picturised on Raj Babbar and Anita Raj within the movie Prem Geet, the track was composed by Singh and was written by Indeevar. The track speaks of the lover asking his beloved to immortalise his composition with a kiss.

Chitthi Na Koi Sandes

From the 1998 movie Dushman, starring Sanjay Dutt, Kajol and Ashutosh Rana in lead roles, the track was picturised on Kajol who agonises over the lack of her twin. The tragic ode managed to win each listener’s coronary heart over.

Koi Fariyaad

The track from the 2001 movie Tum Bin was written by Faaiz Anwar with music by Nikhil Vinay. Sung by Singh, the track, together with different compositions from the movie obtained rave evaluations on launch.

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