Indian musicians born in 1949

Here are 7 famous musicians from India were born in 1949:

Parveen Babi

Parveen Babi (April 4, 1949 Junagadh-January 20, 2005 Juhu) also known as Parveen Wali Mohammad Khan Babi, Parvin Boby, Pravin Babi, poor man's Zeenat Aman, Parveen a Babi, Ms. Babi or The poor man's Zeenat Aman was an Indian actor and model.

Parveen Babi was one of the most successful actresses of her time and worked in several Bollywood films in the 1970s and 1980s such as Deewar, Amar Akbar Anthony, Namak Halaal, Kaalia, and many others. She was known for her stunning beauty, glamour, and versatility on-screen. Parveen Babi was also one of the few actresses who challenged the stereotypes of the Hindi film industry and portrayed strong and independent women characters in her films.

Besides acting, Parveen Babi was also active in modeling and was the first Indian actress to appear on the cover of Time magazine in 1976. She was also a philanthropist and supported several causes such as the rights of women and children.

Unfortunately, Parveen Babi suffered from depression and schizophrenia which led to her untimely demise at the age of 55. Despite her struggles, her contribution to Indian cinema and her impact on popular culture remains significant to this day.

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Kabir Suman

Kabir Suman (March 16, 1949 Cuttack-) also known as Suman Chattopadhyay, Kabir Suman, Suman Chatterjee, Chatterjee, Suman, Kabeer Suman or Suman is an Indian actor, singer-songwriter, journalist, politician, singer, film score composer, poet, political activist, television presenter and musician.

Discography: Upfront, Onek Din Por and . Genres: Rabindra Sangeet.

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Kadri Gopalnath

Kadri Gopalnath (December 11, 1949 Mangalore-) a.k.a. Gopalnath, Kadri or Dr. Kadri Gopalnath is an Indian musician. His child is called Manikanth Kadri.

His most well known albums: Chidanandam and Gem Tones. Genres he performed: Carnatic music, Indian classical music, Jazz fusion and Film score.

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Anwar (February 1, 1949 Mumbai-) also known as Anwar Hussain or Anwar Bhai is an Indian singer and actor.

He began his singing career in the 1970s and became popular for his romantic and soulful songs. Some of his famous tracks include "Tere Bina Zindagi Se" from the movie "Aandhi" and "Mere Dil Se Dillagi Na Kar" from the movie "Woh 7 Din". Anwar has also acted in several movies such as "Nishant" and "Pyaasa Sawan". He has won several awards for his contribution to the music industry, including the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "Tere Bina Zindagi Se" in 1976. Anwar continues to perform and his music remains popular among music lovers in India and beyond.

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B. Sasikumar

B. Sasikumar (April 27, 1949 India-) is an Indian , .

His related genres: Carnatic music.

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Thrissur C. Rajendran

Thrissur C. Rajendran (June 3, 1949 Kunnamkulam-) is an Indian , .

Genres he performed include Carnatic music.

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Madhukar C. Dhas

Madhukar C. Dhas (October 25, 1949 India-) is an Indian singer, songwriter, record producer and art director.

His albums include This Day Is Forever and To The "Fab Four" From Liverpool ... A Tribute From India. Genres: Rock and roll, Psychedelic rock and Gospel music.

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