Zubeen Garg, the singer, and filmmaker turned 50 today (November 18). On social media, birthday greetings poured in from family, friends, and admirers.
At midnight, the heartthrob of millions was spotted cutting cake with his loved ones and admirers, with images of him celebrating his birthday.
Zubeen Garg was born on November 18, 1971, in Tura, to Mohini Borthakur, better known as Kapil Thakur, and Ily Borthakur. His parents named him after the well-known composer Zubin Mehta.
He primarily works and sings in the Assamese, Bengali, and Hindi film and music industries, but he has also sung in Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Nepali, and English songs.
He primarily sings in Assamese, Bengali, and Hindi, but he has also performed in Bishnupriya Manipuri, Boro, English, Goalpariya, Kannada, Karbi, Khasi, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, and Tiwa. He is also an instrumentalist, playing dhol, drums, guitar, harmonium, mandolin, keyboard, tabla, and other percussion instruments.
Top 10 Songs Of Zubeen Garg:
Garg studied for a Bachelor of Science degree but dropped out to focus on his singing career.
- Tumi Suwa Jetiya:
2. Manar Nijanat:
In 1992, he made his professional music debut with the release of his first album, “Anamika.” Anamika became an instant hit throughout the North-East region, and there was no turning back for Zubeen Garg after his first commercial superhit album.
3. Puar Hahit:
4. Ya Ali:
Garg’s accomplishment as a music director can be seen when he won the 55th National Film Awards for “Best Music Direction” for the film “Echoes of Silence.” He was also nominated for a best music director for the film “Dinabandhu” at the 52nd National Film Awards.
5. Mon Jai:
Zubeen starred in Mon Jai, the best Assamese film at the 56th National Film Awards.
In 2003, he made his debut in the Bengali music industry, singing two songs in the film Mon. The following year, he sang three songs in the film Shudhu Tumi and also served as its music director.
Garg is the founder of the Kalaguru Artiste Foundation, which raises funds for various charities. When devastating floods hit Assam, he urged people to donate clothes, medicines, and contributions.
8. Maya Mathu Maya:
9. Aahe Ba Nahe:
10. Mayabini ratir bukut :
Zubeen Garg was the Rajat Kamal winner. The film received a National Award in 2007.
The best music contains echoes of silence.