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"People love Sudesh Bhosle to sing in Amithab Bachan voice."
Sudesh is made to sing in all kinds of voices other than his natural one.

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Born on 1st July 1960 in a conservative Maharastrian family,Sudeshbhosle today is the most versatile artist in the Indian film Industry. His father Late Shri N.R.Bhosle was an artist associated with one of the reputed film banner artist and his mother Late Smt.Suman Bhosle was an Indian Classical Vocalist. Sudesh had never planned to be a professional singer in his wildest dreams. During his childhood he was more inclined to painting,infact he had even sketched and painted for the film Julie. Singing was just his hobby.

Sudesh Bhosle was following the footsteps of his parent's professions, Sudesh use to help his father with painting posters and also he use to participate in singing in his college. Having consciously developed his natural gift of mimicry in his college and started getting the recogniation as singer and mimic with the popular orchestra "International Artist Melody Makers".

Popular Songs of Sudesh Bhosle:
       
  "Na na na na na re" "Jumma Chumma" "Lal dupatte wali"
  "Assi chutki nabbe taal" "Sona Sona Dil Mera Sona" "Bhangra paale"
  "Mr. Lova Lova" "Imli ka boota" "Chand Sa Lalla"
  "Main Hoon Dabbewala" "Ganraya Deva Ganraya" "Raja Babu"

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Sudesh was initially groomed in the basics and technicalities under Pt. Satyanaryan Misra and veteran composer Kalyanji. He had started his career as crooner and compere with "International Artist Melody Makers" in the year 1982. Since he had a passion for perfection, he would rehearse till the late hours in his bed to perfect his items and improve upon them. Mimicking a star or singing an entire song one after another in different singer's voice. His first breakcame in 1985, where in a concert his renditions, moved a member of the audience, Asha Bhonsle. Amazed at the youngster's art, she approched him to give an audio tape of his performence to her. She played it to her husband, the late R.D.Burman, who immediatly liked it and offered Sudesh to sing a song for the film “Zalzala”.

After this there was a ripple effect,one after another,music directors like Laxmikanth-Pyarelal, Kalyanji-Anandji, Bappi Lahari approached him to record a song. Sudesh Bhosle recorded a song with Kishore Kumar, who was his idol for the film "Waqt Ki Awaz", which incidentally was the last recorded song of Kishore Kumar. But success has continuously kocked at his door-steps in the form of the film "HUM", the "jumma chumma de de',s" number created a sensation in the Hindi Film Industry. ::More::

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