Here’s why the legendary music composer loves jewelry


Legendary music composer Bappi Lahiri is known for his groovy and energetic dance numbers. But other than that, he is also known for his love of gold. Born November 27, 1952 in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, Bappi’s real name is Alokesh Lahiri. Bappi was the pioneer of disco and rock music in the Bollywood industry.

The famous musician loves gold jewelry. Today, on the occasion of Bappi’s 69th birthday, we are going to tell you some unknown and interesting facts about his life.

When the children are in the stage of learning basic human skills, Bappi Da has started to clean his hands on the instruments. It is said that Bappi started playing the Indian instrument Tabla at the age of 3. At the age of 17, he had decided to enter the music industry. Bappi was heavily inspired by Bollywood music icon SD Burman.

Bappi entered the music industry in 1972 when he composed the score for the Bengali film Dadu. Then, in 1973, Bappi gave his first Hindi song in the movie Ninha Shikari. He rose to fame with Tahir Hussain’s film Zakhmi and later got his name.

The songs in the film were hit, Bappi transformed the musical taste of people by entering the Hindi film industry. Bappi has performed notable songs like Disco Dancer, Dance-Dance, Sharabi, Namak Halal in the Bollywood industry. Besides being a famous singer, music director, record producer, he also worked as an actor in a few films.

The reason for his affection for gold jewelry is that it is influenced by Hollywood singer Elvis Presley, who was also very fond of jewelry.

Earlier in an interview, Bappi Da shared, “Elvis Presley wore a gold chain and I loved him very much. At that time, I thought that when I became a successful person, I would create a different image of myself- Even. And when I was successful, I was able to afford all that gold. Gold is a chance for me.

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