DR BHUPEN HAZARIKA – FILMOGRAPHY

1939 – Indramalati
(Assamese) – singer, actor (child artist)

1948 – Siraj
(Assamese) – joint assistant music director, lyricist, singer

1949 – Parghat
(Assamese) – lyricist, singer

1950 – Biplabi
(Assamese) – lyricist, singer

1954 – Sati Beula
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

1955 – Piyali Phukan
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

1956 – Era Bator Sur
(Assamese) – director, producer, music director, lyricist, singer, story,
(screenplay and dialogues jointly done with Priyam Hazarika)

Asamapta
(Bengali) – music director

1957 – Dhumuha
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Jiban Trishna
(Bengali) – music director

Kadi O Komol
(Bengali) – music director

1958 – Jonakir Alo
(Bengali) – music director

1959 – Kesha Sone
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Puati Nishar Sopon
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Chaknoia
(Assamese) – singer

Mahut Bandhure
(Bengali) – director, music director

1960 – Dui Bechera
(Bengali) – music director

1961 – Sakuntala
(Assamese) – director, producer, music director, art director, screenplay
writer, lyricist, singer

1964 – Maniram Dewan
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

1965 – Protiddhoni
(Assamese) – director, producer, music director, screenplay writer, lyricist,
singer

1966 – Latighati
(Assamese) – director, producer, music director (a Rajasthani folk used),
screenplay writer, lyricist, singer

1969 – Chikmik Bijuli
(Assamese) – director, music director, screenplay writer, lyricist, singer

1971 – Ekhane Pinjar
(Bengali) – music director

1973 – Banaria Phool
(Assamese) – lyricist, singer

Rashmirekha
(Assamese) – singer

1974 – Aarop
(Hindi) – music director

1975 – Khoj
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Bristi
(Assamese) – lyricist

Kachghar
(Assamese) – lyricist, singer

Chameli Memsaab
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

1976 – Palasar Rong
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Pranganga (Assamese)
– singer

Dampati
(Bengali) – music director

1977 – Banahansha
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Dharmakai
(Assamese) – lyricist

Mera Dharam Meri Maa
(Hindi) – director, music director

1978 – Bonjui
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Niyati
(Assamese) – lyricist

Simana Perie
(Bengali) – music director

1979 – Mon Prajapati
(Assamese) – director, music director, screenplay writer, lyricist, singer

Bishesh Erati
(Assamese) – singer

Srimati Mahimamoyee
(Assamese) – singer

Chameli Memsaab
(Bengali) – music director

Sath Maia Ki Mahima
(Bhojpuri) – music director

1980 – Akon
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Moinajaan
(Assamese) – lyricist

1981 – Chameli Memsaab
(Hindi) – music director

1982 – Aparoopa
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

1984 – Jeevan Surabhi
(Assamese) – singer

1985 – Angikar
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Bohagor Duparia
(Assamese) – singer

1986 – Juge Juge Sangram
(Assamese) – music director, singer

Maa (Assamese) –
music director, lyricist

Sankalpa
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Mayuri
(Assamese) – lyricist, singer

Ek Pal (Hindi) –
music director

1987 – Pratishudh
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Jiuni Simang
(Bodo) – music director

1988 – Siraj
(Assamese) – director, music director, lyricist, singer

1990 – Miri Jiyori
(for Doordarshan) – director, music director

1992 – Agni
(Assamese) – singer

1993 – Priyajan
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Rudaali (Hindi)
– music director, singer

1994 – Ashanta Prahar
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Agnigarh
(Assamese) – singer

Gajamukta
(Bengali) – music director

Papiha (Hindi) –
music director

1995 – Paani
(Assamese) – music director, lyricist, singer

Pratimurti
(Hindi) – music director

1996 – Supan
(Bengali) – music director

Saaz (Hindi) –
music director

1997 – Darmiya
(Hindi) – music director

1998 – Mil Gayee Manjil
Mujhe
(Hindi) – music director

2000 – Gaja Gamini
(Hindi) – music director, singer

Daman (Hindi) –
music director

2001 – Sesh Upahar
(Assamese) – lyricist

2003 – Kyun
(Hindi) – music director

2011 – Gandhi to Hitler
(Multilingual) – singer

 

[Published in the blog ‘North-East India’ on 15 November 2011]

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