Amit Trivedi Is A Gem For The Music Industry: Check Out These 3 Albums That Proved His Sublime Talent

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Amit Trivedi, an Indian composer, has composed qawwali style songs, folk-fusion, beautiful love ballads, fast rock numbers and cheesy experimental compositions, demonstrating his original vision and adaptability. Trivedi is a trailblazer and a guy of few words, whose music has won our hearts and who has been called the “new AR Rahman” by many.

1. Ha Raham – Mehfuz

Aamir Khan introduced Amit Trivedi to Bollywood (2008). The perfect, simple and varied mix of tracks on the CD received wonderful reviews. The Khusro-inspired Sufi song “Ha Raham (Mehfuz)” is a hit, and Neuman Pinto’s “Phas Gaya (Never Mind)” has jazzy, smart lyrics.

2. Pardesi

Trivedi’s musical career started at Rizvi College in Mumbai when he was a member of fusion group OM. He went on to compose music for commercials, TV shows, Dandiya-Rass and theater. Shilpa Rao, a playback singer, then introduced him to Anurag Kashyap. Amit Trivedi finally made his mark on the Bollywood music landscape with Dev.D (2009), which featured a superb 18-song soundtrack.

3. Iktara

Dev.D was supposed to be Amit Trivedi’s first release, but as the film faced major production delays, Aamir eventually got his first Bollywood release. At the 55th Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent, he won the National Film Award for Best Music Direction for Dev.D. Amit went on to write the background music for the film Wake Up Sid (2009), as well as a song called “Iktara”, which has wonderful vocals from Kavita Seth and Amitabh Bhattacharya.

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