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Male singer Vishal Bhardwaj from India, famous due to bollywood

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Vishal Bhardwaj is an Indian film director, writer, screenwriter, music composer and playback singer.

Early life

Bhardwaj was born in Bijnor but raised in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh to Satya Bhardwaj, a homemaker, and Ram Bhardwaj, a popular poet and lyricist. His father was a government employee and was a sugarcane inspector. As a young man, Bhardwaj moved to Delhi. He pursued his graduation in the Hindu College[3] of Delhi University where he nurtured his talents and also met his wife, Rekha Bhardwaj.


Bhardwaj started playing harmonium for little known ghazal singers at the various food festivals in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan. He was later introduced to R.V. Pandit, who offered him a job in his CBS music company in Delhi.

Music director

Bhardwaj was recommended by a friend to the filmmaker Gulzar, with whom he successfully collaborated on TV serials such as Jungle Book, Alice in Wonderland and Gubbare. Bhardwaj composed the music for Maachis, a film directed by Gulzar. The musical score for Maachis was received to critical and commercial acclaim and earned Bhardwaj the Filmfare R D Burman Award in 1996. In 1999, Bhardwaj received the Rajat Kamal award for Best Music Director at the National Film Awards for his critically acclaimed score in Godmother. In 2011, he has won the same category award for his score in Ishqiya. Bhardwaj has scored music for several Hindi films such as—Satya, Chachi 420, Maqbool, Omkara, Kaminey, Ishqiya, 7 Khoon Maaf—and a host of other popular projects. He also scored the title track for Star Plus' STAR Parivaar Awards, along with the channel’s new anthem, titled "Tu Hi Tu".


Bhardwaj came to Mumbai to become a music composer, he took to directing movies only to create the opportunity to compose music.[8] His interest in film direction kindled after watching the retrospective of Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski during a film festival in Kerala.[9] His first directorial debut was children's film Makdee which was critically acclaimed. He then made the first of his Shakespearean adaptation, Maqbool, based on Macbeth. This was followed up by another children's film, The Blue Umbrella based on Ruskin Bond's story of the same name. This film also met with critical acclaim throughout. Omkara marked the second of Bhardwaj's Shakespearan endeavours, this time an adaptation of Othello. Omkara was a great success internationally and a musical hit, affirming his status as a music director as well.

He is known for his collaborations with Gulzar, who had Bhardwaj as his music composer in all his directorial ventures since Maachis. And Gulzar provided lyrics to all of Vishal Bhardwaj's films.

He also did some second unit work for the legendary Francis Ford Coppola on the latter's film Youth Without Youth.[10]

His next directorial release was Blood Brothers, a 11-minute short film, which is part of Mira Nair's series of HIV-AIDS awareness films.[11] Guillermo Navarro is the cinematographer on this film. He has also done music direction in the film No Smoking

Kaminey, starring Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, released on 14 August 2009, met with early commercial success and critical acclaim.

Ishqiya, (not as a director, but as a producer, writer and composer), starring Naseeruddin Shah, Arshad Warsi and Vidya Balan, received mostly positive reviews earning more than 15 crores in the first two weeks of its release.

7 Khoon Maaf, the film, based on the Ruskin Bond short story, Susanna's Seven Husbands, revolves around Susanna (Priyanka Chopra) and her seven husbands; Naseeruddin Shah, John Abraham, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Irrfan Khan, Annu Kapoor and Russian actor Aleksandr Dyachenko, playing the roles of the six husbands, while the seventh husband is a mystery in the film. The film released on 18 February 2011 and met with overall mixed reviews.

Future projects

In December 2010, it was announced that Bhardwaj would direct Shahrukh Khan in the adaptation of Chetan Bhagat's book, 2 States. It will be produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. The film will reportedly cast a South Indian actress, who has to be well-versed in Tamil.


Music direction for non-film music

* Barse Barse (2011)
* Ishqa Ishqa
* Boodhe Pahadon Par
* Jungle Book

Playback singer

* "Bekaraan" − 7 Khoon Maaf (2011)
* "Aur Phir Yun Hua" − Striker (2010)
* "Kaminey" − Kaminey (2009)
* "U Me Aur Hum" − U Me Aur Hum (2008)
* "Kash Lagaa" − No Smoking (2007)
* "O Saathi Re" − Omkara (2006)

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