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Jatin Pandit (l) and Lalit Pandit (r) Background information Birth name Jatin Pandit and Lalit Pandit Also known as Jatin–Lalit Occupation(s), music arranger-producer, singer Years active 1991–2006 (they have been working independently since 2006) Jatin–Lalit are an Indian music director-composers duo consisting of Jatin Pandit and his younger brother Lalit. They have written the widely popular scores for films such as,. Jatin–Lalit is their professional name and appears on the covers of their music CDs and DVDs. In 2006, the brothers ended their professional relationship, citing personal problems. Jatin holds the record for most nominations at the without ever winning, with eleven.
They all came in the category, in which the duo has received 11 nominations. Lalit has won the award for (2010), along with. Over their 16-year career, their soundtracks sold well over 50 million units worldwide.
Contents. Early life Jatin and Lalit come from a musical family originating from Pili Mandori Village in district of state. Is their uncle. They received their musical education primarily from their father, Pratap Narayan. They were taught guitar and piano by Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma, of the duo.
Hindi film actresses and are their sisters, and music director was their late brother-in-law, being married to the younger of the sisters, Vijayta. Musical career They began their career in 1991, composing music for the Hindi movie. Although the film was a Romantic Film, its music was a biggest hit. The evergreen famous song of the movie was 'Bin Tere Sanam', which topped the charts. They were first noticed for their work on the soundtrack of the movie and for 'Pehla Nasha', a romantic song from, the film that earned then their first nomination for the. Their other film score of 1992, was also very successful. Their compositions are strongly influenced by 's style of music making.
In 1994, they composed the successful soundtrack to the starrer. Jatin–Lalit's score for the cult classic was a massive success, and is remembered as one of the all-time best Bollywood soundtracks, earning them another nomination at the Filmfares. It is the 5th highest selling Bollywood soundtrack of all time. Following this, their successful scores for (1996) and (1997), which earned them their third and fourth nominations at the Filmfare Awards cemented their place as Bollywood's top music directors. Jatin–Lalit's next big success came with 's debut directorial, which sold 8.5 million copies and won a nomination for best music at the Filmfare Awards., in the same year, and, in 1999 were also appreciated, earning them their fifth and sixth nominations at the Filmfare Awards., (2000) directed by Aditya Chopra won acclaim, and the song 'Humko Humise Chura Lo' became a classic. This soundtrack was also nominated at the Filmfare Awards, as was (2001), another famous soundtrack that included songs such as 'Bolein Chudiyan'.
Before their split in 2006, some of their successful soundtracks include (2004), (2003) and (2006), their final collaboration. The latter two movies won them their tenth and eleventh nominations at the Filmfare Awards.
Despite being nominated eleven times, Jatin–Lalit never won a Filmfare Award, and hold the record for the most nominations without ever winning. They have composed a total of 473 songs in 72 films. The duo has worked with a variety of lyricists;, and singers including, Shaan, and many others. Veteran singers, and have also sung in a few movies for the duo. Abhijeet credits Jatin–Lalit with the success of his career, due to songs such as 'Yeh Teri Aankhen Jhunki Jhunki', 'Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaon', 'Chaand Taare' and 'Tauba Tumhare Yeh Ishare'. During the last few years of their joint career, their music albums contained several songs composed by other musicians. This practice was not liked by Jatin–Lalit; however, the producer and director insisted on it.
In 's two of the tracks were composed. In, composed several songs while in, one song was composed. They were among the first composers to write songs performed by film stars rather than playback singers. They specially composed ' in the film for the lead actor.
Later, they also composed a song for to sing in the movie. Jatin–Lalit have composed the highest selling Bollywood soundtrack of the year on four occasions – in 1995, in 1998, in 2000, and in 2001. Acting career Jatin and Lalit appeared in the movie during the song 'Humse Hai Saara Jahaan'. Jatin is the guy singing the song with the girl, whereas Lalit can be seen playing the bass guitar (the very first shot of the song).
Jatin performed the song 'Rooth ke Humse' in the film. Television career Jatin–Lalit are generally reclusive: they rarely attend industry parties or conduct interviews with the media. Jatin–Lalit were appointed as judges in the musical show. They were judges on another musical show,. Jatin has appeared as a mentor in a popular TV show Jhoom India.
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He was judge and mentor in the popular reality show on Sony, Waar Pariwaar. This show was hosted by and was appreciated by the Indian community all over the world, especially in the USA. The separation After working for almost 16 years together, they announced that they would be parting ways due to personal problems. Reasons for the separation are unknown, but entertainment writers have speculated that the split is because of financial matters. Solo careers Lalit and Jatin have continued to compose separately. Lalit scored the 2007 film, Life Mein Kabhie Kabhiee, Horn Ok Pleassss and Dulha Mil Gaya.
Jatin composed the score for Saurav Shukla's upcoming film, I am 24, starring. It is a Planman Motion Films Presentation. He composed for 's film Krishnakanter Will. 'I am working on the number. I am trying to make it in such a way that it goes along with the novel written by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay. The song will be melody based,' says Jatin.
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He recorded an album for the president of the Indian Business and Professional Council, Abbas Ali Mirza. He is doing the Music for Kundan Shah's next. Considering the strong track record Jatin Lalit had with Kundan Shah, this film could be the next Kabhi Haa Kabhi Naa for Jatin. Jatin is working on the maiden venture of Gazebo Entertainment's 'Saturday Night'. Lalit composed the song ' for 2010's all-time blockbuster movie. The song has become hugely popular among the masses.
He won the with in 2011 for this song, particularly for the quirky lyrics and 's dance moves. Awards and recognition. Nominated, (1992),.
Nominated, Best Music Director (1995),. Nominated, Best Music Director (1996),. Nominated, Best Music Director (1997),. Nominated, Best Music Director (1998),. Nominated, Best Music Director (1998),.
Nominated, Best Music Director (1999),. Nominated, Best Music Director (2000),. Nominated, Best Music Director (2001),. Nominated, Best Music Director (2003),. Nominated, Best Music Director (2006), Their soundtrack of was judged the top Hindi soundtrack of all time by on-line voters on the BBC Asian Network. The number two and three positions also went to Jatin–Lalit for their compositions from. Has been rated the 6th best soundtrack ever by Planet Bollywood on their '100 Greatest Bollywood Soundtracks'.
Other soundtracks included in the list are (64), (69) and (97). Collaboration with singers Jatin–Lalit is most remembered for their collaboration with. They composed 136 songs for her and this pair has become one of the most sought-after singer-composer duo in music history alongside Asha Bhosle–R. Burman, Asha Bhosle–O. Nayyar, Asha Bhosle–Bappi Lahiri, Asha Bhosle–Laxmikant Pyarelal, Asha Bhosle–Ravi, Lata Mangeshkar–Laxmikant Pyarelal, Lata Mangeshkar–R. Burman, Lata Mangeshkar–Shankar Jaikishan etc. Among the male, Jatin–Lalit's most favourite was.
They equally propelled their career with hit after hit. Both singers sang over 100 songs for them. The Calcutta Telegraph. Retrieved 20 August 2008. Thambirajah, Mohan (8 July 2004). Asia Africa Intelligence Wire.
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