Anil Biswas hindi Biography


Anil Biswas was considered one of the first music directors to understand the distinctive features of the film medium and make its presence felt in his music. His music was interspersed with the sounds of folk, classical music and at times, even Rabindrasangeet. Anil Biswas was a renowned music composer in the hindi film industry. For nearly three decades, from 1935 to 1965, he gave some brilliant work to the film industry. In the early 1930s, he first made his name in Kolkata and then later moved to Mumbai around 1934. Dharam ki Devi in 1935 was Anil’s first big break. He followed it with many hits in more than a hundred films, including the super-hit, Kismat. The success of Kismat in 1943 was the peak of his career. The film was screened in a single cinema house in Calcutta for over three years, breaking records and establishing Ashok Kumar as the first evergreen hero of Indian cinema. Anilda also gave the music for Dilip Kumar’s first film, Juar Bhaata. He established Mukesh as a lead playback singer. He gave a break to Talat Mahmood in Arzoo in 1949, thereby gifting the Indian film industry with a melodious voice that will always be associated with the song, “Ai Dil Mujhe Aisi Jagha Ley Chal Jahan Koi Na Ho”. Later, Anil Biswas moved to Delhi where he directed the National Orchestra at All India Radio till 1975. Subsequently, he took up an advisory assignment with the Jawaharlal Nehru University.

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