Mahendra Kapoor - Bhabi
Gal Na Kari - MUT 1028 - (Condition 85-90%) - LP Record
Mahendra Kapoor (9
January 1934 – 27 September 2008) was an Indian playback singer.In a long
career spanning decades, his repertoire included popular songs such as 'Chalo
ek baar phir se Ajnabi ban jayen hum dono' (Gumrah) and 'Neele gagan ke tale'
(Hamraaz). His name however became most closely associated with patriotic
songs including 'Mere Desh Ki Dharti' in Manoj Kumar's film Upkaar. In 1972,
he was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India. He lent his voice
to actor Manoj Kumar in most of his films and had a lengthy association with
director-producer B.R. Chopra.Mahendra Kapoor was born in Amritsar, but soon
moved to Mumbai. At an early age he was inspired by legendary singer Mohammed
Rafi and considered him his mentor, he started learning classical music under
classical singers like Pt. Hussanlal, Pt. Jagannath Bua, Ustad Niaz Ahmed
Khan, Ustad Abdul Rehman Khan and Pt.Tulsidaas Sharma. Kapoor created a style
of his own moulded largely on Rafi, and won the Metro Murphy All-India
singing competition, which led to his debut as a playback singer in V.
Shantaram's Navrang in 1958, singing Aadha Hai Chandrama Raat Aadhi, under
the musical direction of C. Ramchandra.
Kapoor - Bhabi Gal Na Kari - MUT 1028
Kapoor , Balbir S Virdee, Harpreet Kaur, Kuldip Kaur, Meena,
Narpal S Rayat, Raj S Kalsi & Ravinder S Rayat