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Anand Bakshi was once a telephone operator in the army, won everyone's heart with his songs
Anand Bakshi was once a telephone operator in the army, won everyone's heart with his songs

We can never forget Anand Bakshi, who said goodbye to this world on 30th March. It is said that there have been many lyricists, but the specialty of Anand Bakshi's songs was their simplicity. Yes, the lyrics of his songs are so simple that the common man's tongue feels comfortable with those words in a moment. Yes, and in every song, a philosophy and a different style of philosophy made him famous. Yes and this has been the reason that he got a lot of love from the people.

You would hardly know that he was nominated for the Filmfare Award for the maximum 41 times. Yes and was a four-time Filmfare Award winner. Father of Anand Bakshi, who gave songs like Ek Tha Gul and Ek Thi Bulbul, Month of Sawan, Was a blank paper, We are locked in a room, Mehbooba Mehbooba, Om Shanti Om, Tere Mere Beech Mein, Tujhe Dekha Toh Yeh Jaana Sanam Used to do bank management in Rawalpindi. At the same time, in his youth, Anand joined the army as a telephone operator, although Bombay and cinema were still far away but this was his desire.

He tried to enter the world of cinema with the film 'Badla' but nothing happened and then he joined the Navy. After partition, the Bakshi family came to India as a refugee and when nothing happened in Mayanagari, Anand Bakshi rejoined the army and continued to work there till the tenth of the fifties. However, after a long time, he got success and today no one can forget him.

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