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Bulo C. Rani


Bulo C. Rani

Composer and singer in Hindi films called Bulo Chandiram Ramchandani, born in Hyderabad (Sind), now Pakistan. Joined Ranjit Studio (1939) as assistant to Khemchand Prakash, making his debut as a singer in Prakash’s compositions for Chaturbhuj Doshi’s Mehmaan (1942) with the popular number Rootha pyar mein. Later assisted and sang for Gyan Dutt (Shankar Parvati, 1943). Composed a series of popular hits in the 40s, e.g. his second film Moorti with Badaria baras gayi sung by Khursheed, Hamida Bano and Mukesh. Best-known and most successful film is Kidar Sharma’s Jogan, where he set several Meera bhajans to new scores, esp. Sundarata ke sabhi shikari adapting Pandit Indra’s lyric. Worked with Ranjit Studio throughout his career which lasted until the studio’s closure. Last films were often stunt B movies directed by e.g. Aakkoo. Occasionally participated in AIR programmes in the 70s.


Thukra kai hamein youn na jaGenre – Film – Film Name – Madhur Milan – Year – 1955 – Singer – Lata Mangeshkar – Music Director – Bulo C. Rani

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