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For Amit Trivedi, A Special Tribute From Over 100 Musicians

Video uploaded by THE LIVE 100 EXPERIENCE on YouTube shows around artists singing Amit Trivedi's popular song Love You Zindagi from Dear Zindagi

  | March 20, 2017 11:53 IST (New Delhi)
Amit Trivedi

Amit Trivedi made his debut as a film composer with the film Aamir (Image courtesy: ameet_trivedi)

Highlights

  • "Will never forget this moment in my entire life," said Amit Trivedi
  • Amit thanked the choir for the performance and later sang along with them
  • Amit won 2010 National Film Award for Best Music Direction for Dev D
Amit Trivedi is without a doubt one of the most talented singers and music composers of recent times. The 37-year-old singer, who composed the music for Gauri Shinde's film Dear Zindagi, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt, was paid a tribute by over hundred artists. A video recently uploaded by THE LIVE 100 EXPERIENCE on YouTube shows artists singing Amit Trivedi's popular song Love You Zindagi from Shah Rukh-Alia's film. He also sang Just Go To Hell Dil from the film. In the video, Amit Trivedi later joined the choir on stage, thanking them for the performance. He said: "Thank you for making me feel so special. Will never forget this moment in my entire life." He also performed along with them at the end of the video.

Check out the video here:


Amit Trivedi, who started his career composing jingles and music for theatre and non-film albums, made his debut as a film composer with the 2008 film Aamir starring Rajeev Khandelwal. His work in the 2009 film Dev D, directed by Anurag Kashyap, was critically acclaimed and earned him several accolades including the 2010 National Film Award for Best Music Direction.

Amit Trivedi has also composed music for films like Wake Up Sid, Udaan, Ishaqzaade, Lootera, Kai Po Che!, Bombay Talkies, No One Killed Jessica, Shaandar, Fitoor and Udta Punjab. He featured in MTV's music show, Coke Studio.

Amit Trivedi's first live concert was at IIT Bombay's annual cultural festival in 2010. The concert also witnessed Tochi Raina, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Kavita Seth, Nikhil D'Souza, Raja Hasan, Aditi Singh Sharma and Shriram Iyer performing with him.
 

 
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