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ANU MALIK

KHATAR PATAR | SUI DHAAGA | SONG 👇

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  • 31 following

ANU MALIK Profile Information

  • Celebrating the success of Tashkent Files
  • Celebrating the success of Tashkent Files
  •  2,996  14  2 June, 2019
  • Fabulous recording at YRF studios! 🌟
  • Fabulous recording at YRF studios! 🌟
  •  4,339  48  1 June, 2019
  • With the Mumbai Indians team after winning against Chennai Super Kings and entering the finals
  • With the Mumbai Indians team after winning against Chennai Super Kings and entering the finals
  •  3,444  36  9 May, 2019
  • Year- 1989 Memories
  • Year- 1989 Memories
  •  4,060  30  28 April, 2019
  •  5,896  49  12 March, 2019
  • Here’s wishing my rockstar @anmolmalik5 a very Happy Birthday! Keep working hard and paving your way 🎼🎶
  • Here’s wishing my rockstar @anmolmalik5 a very Happy Birthday! Keep working hard and paving your way 🎼🎶
  •  3,831  40  5 February, 2019
  • Miss you dad... still not over the loss.
And @bollywoodirect , thank you. You’re right, I don’t let bitterness rule my life, and that is the legacy I want to carry forward.
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Repost • @bollywoodirect Tribute to Sardar Malik on his 13th death anniversary. 
#AnuMalik on his late father, Sardar Malik "My father was one of the most underrated composers in the industry. He was hugely talented but could never market himself. He was a trained dancer – he learnt dance at Uday Shankar’s academy where Guru Dutt was his roommate. Initially, he sang in his career. Mukeshji saab was his favourite.

Those days, Mukeshji was accused of going out of tune by his detractors. But when dad composed the title song Saaranga, he told Mukeshji that this would be counted as one of his perfect renditions. Mukeshji is note perfect in the song, which was filmed on an unknown actor – Sudesh Kumar. Had it been filmed on Raj Kapoor – dad would have become a superstar composer too. You needed stars like Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand… to be the face of your song. That’s why I strove to compose for the Khans.

Dad was generous to a fault and had helped an upcoming lyricist. During dad’s lean phase, my mother suggested that he seek this lyricist friend out as he had become a big shot. He took me along for the meeting but just when he was about to ring the door bell, dad’s hands started shaking – he couldn’t bring himself to ask
a favour!

That was my growing up moment. I realised you have to market yourself; you have to be besharam and ask for work. My father may have gone through many trials but always kept up a jovial front. So like him, I don’t let bitterness rule my life… that’s the legacy I’ve carried forward." Follow @bollywoodirect
  • Miss you dad... still not over the loss.
    And @bollywoodirect , thank you. You’re right, I don’t let bitterness rule my life, and that is the legacy I want to carry forward.

    Repost • @bollywoodirect Tribute to Sardar Malik on his 13th death anniversary.
    #AnuMalik on his late father, Sardar Malik "My father was one of the most underrated composers in the industry. He was hugely talented but could never market himself. He was a trained dancer – he learnt dance at Uday Shankar’s academy where Guru Dutt was his roommate. Initially, he sang in his career. Mukeshji saab was his favourite.

    Those days, Mukeshji was accused of going out of tune by his detractors. But when dad composed the title song Saaranga, he told Mukeshji that this would be counted as one of his perfect renditions. Mukeshji is note perfect in the song, which was filmed on an unknown actor – Sudesh Kumar. Had it been filmed on Raj Kapoor – dad would have become a superstar composer too. You needed stars like Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand… to be the face of your song. That’s why I strove to compose for the Khans.

    Dad was generous to a fault and had helped an upcoming lyricist. During dad’s lean phase, my mother suggested that he seek this lyricist friend out as he had become a big shot. He took me along for the meeting but just when he was about to ring the door bell, dad’s hands started shaking – he couldn’t bring himself to ask
    a favour!

    That was my growing up moment. I realised you have to market yourself; you have to be besharam and ask for work. My father may have gone through many trials but always kept up a jovial front. So like him, I don’t let bitterness rule my life… that’s the legacy I’ve carried forward." Follow @bollywoodirect
  •  10,586  65  27 January, 2019
  • What a thoughtful initiative for the underprivileged @nishajamvwal
Thank you for making me a part of it.
  • What a thoughtful initiative for the underprivileged @nishajamvwal
    Thank you for making me a part of it.
  •  2,760  18  20 January, 2019
  • Visited 'Taarangan' fest at Thakur College, Mumbai. What an amazing event it was!!
  • Visited 'Taarangan' fest at Thakur College, Mumbai. What an amazing event it was!!
  •  5,109  40  15 December, 2018
  • Giving away the ITA Award to those who add soul and give meaning to music, our lyricists, I’d also like to take the opportunity to thank all the lyricists who have written for music, all of you are noteworthy and extraordinary.
  • Giving away the ITA Award to those who add soul and give meaning to music, our lyricists, I’d also like to take the opportunity to thank all the lyricists who have written for music, all of you are noteworthy and extraordinary.
  •  6,549  60  12 December, 2018