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Anand Raj Anand
Origin Delhi, India
Genres Film score
Occupations music director
Years active 1996 - present

Anand Raj Anand is an Indian music director, composer, lyricist and playback singer in the Hindi (or Bollywood) film industry.

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Early life

Anand was born in Delhi to a family of jewellers [1]. In 1992, he left his family business and came to Mumbai to pursue musical career.

Career

In 1995 his first private album came "Babu Tiptop" in Time music.which was a superb and hit in this album "jhanjharia aise chhanak gayi" later used in film Krishna by time music. He has started his work in 1996 when he wrote, composed and sang the songs for the film Masoom in 1996 where the song Chhota Bachcha Jaan Ke became an instant hit along with Kale Libaas Mein and Tukur Tukur Dekhte Ho Kya. The Hit parade continued with the success of the title track of Ghoonghat. Since then, he has been the music director and composer of over 60 films, the lyricist of over 20 soundtracks, and he did playback singing for over 20 films. Some of his most famous work includes Masoom, Pardesi Babu, Had Kar Di Aapne, Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rahta Hai, Kaante, Musafir and recently released Welcome. The Kaante album was a chartbuster of its time.

Apart from giving hit music in films, he has composed for some of the biggest Private Indian Private Pop Album. Some of them are -

  • Suno To Deewana Dil (Kamaal Khan)
  • Ab Ke Baras (Sunita Rao)
  • Mehandi (Vibha Sharma)

Discography

Movie Releasing Year Popular Tracks
Masoom 1996
  • Chhota Bachcha Jaan Ke
  • Kaale Libaas Mein Badan
  • Tukur Tukur Dekhte Ho Kya
  • Yeh Jo Teri Paaylon Ki
Ghoonghat 1997
  • Ghoonghat Mein Chehra Aapka
  • Gore Gore Paon
Tirchi Topi Wale 1998
  • Daddy Mere Bada Pareshaan
  • Dil Ke Gate Ki
2001:Do Hazaar Ek 1998
Aakrosh 1998
  • Hello Hello Bol Ke
  • Tadke Tadke
Qila 1998
  • Wah Bhai Wah
Major Saab (with Adesh Srivastava) 1998
  • Akeli Na Bazaar Jaya Karo
  • Kahta Hai Pal Pal
Bandhan (with Himesh Reshmmiya) 1998
  • Tere Naina Mere Naino Ki
Pardesi Babu 1998
  • It Happens Only In India
  • Kuch Khona Hai Kuch Pana Hai
  • Pada Jeena Tere Bin
  • Kya Hai Pyaar Bataao Na
  • Chingari Bheegi Dekho
Hote Hote Pyaar Ho Gaya 1999
  • Hote Hote Pyaar Ho Gaya
Hadh Kar Di Aapne 2000
  • Hadh Kar Di Aapne
  • Kudi Kanwari
  • Oye Raju
  • Beqraar Main Beqraar
  • Mujhe Kuch Tumse Hai Kahna
Bichhoo 2000
  • Jeevan Mein Jaane Jaana (Once You Fall In Love)
  • Dil Tote Tote Ho Gaya
  • Ek Vaari Tak Le
Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rahta Hai 2000
  • Premjaal Mein Phas Gayi Main To
  • Chal Jhooti
  • Kem Chhe
  • Meri Shadi Karwao
  • O Piya O Piya Sun
Jodi No. 01 (with Himesh Reshmmiya) 2001
  • Ande Ka Phanda
  • Meri Mahbooba
  • Teri Bindiya
Kyonki Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta 2001
  • Ek Ladki Chahiye Khaas Khaas
  • Udd Gayi Meri Neendran
  • Paa Liya Hai Pyaar
  • Suno Miyaan Suno
Indian 2001
23 March 1931- Shaheed 2002
  • Jogiya Ve Jogiya
Gunaah 2002
  • Hamne Tumko Dil Yeh De Diya
Kaante 2002
  • Ishq Samunder
  • Maahi Ve
  • Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re
Out of Control 2003
  • USA Wich L.A.
  • India Se Main Aaya Hoon
Plan (with Vishal Shekhar) 2004
  • Pyaar Aaya Pyaar Aaya
  • Mahboob Mere
  • Mera Dil Kuch Kahna Chahta Hai
Masti 2004
  • Masti (Chain Kulli Ki)
  • Dil De Diya Hai
  • On the Roof in the Rain
  • Saiyaan Ji Baiyaan Chhuda Ke
Wajahh 2004
  • Teri Did Ko Akhiyan Tarse
  • Yeh Zamana
  • Agar Zindagi Se
  • Wadah Yeh Kar Saathiya
  • Koi Na Koi Wajahh To Hogi
  • Sapna Koi
Musafir (with Vishal Shekhar) 2004
  • Ishq Kabhi Kariyo Na
  • Sun Soniyo
  • saki saki
Kaal (with Salim-Sulaimaan) 2005
  • Nasha Nasha
Aryan 2006
  • Jaaneman
  • Ek Look Ek Look
  • Lamha Lamha
Welcome (with Himesh Resammiya and Sajid-Wajid) 2007
  • Ek Uncha Lamba Kad
  • Kiya Kiya
  • Hoth Rasiley
Shootout at Lokhandwala 2007
  • Ganpat
  • Mere Yaar
  • Akhri Alvida

References

  1. ^ Rajiv Vijayakar (20 August 2004). "HIT Machine". Screen Weekly. http://www.screenindia.com/old/fullstory.php?content_id=8849. Retrieved 27 March 2009.  

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