Pritam Chakraborty Biography
Pritam Chakraborty otherwise called Pritam is a music chief and author from India who is right away based out of MumbaiConceived in Kolkata, Pritam is the child of Prabodh Chakraborty, who runs a music school for kids. Pritam picked up his initial preparing in music from his dad and figured out how to play the guitar while still in school.
In the wake of finishing his educating at St. James’ School and school instruction at Presidency College, he went to a music school. Pritam joined a Bangla band, Chandrabindoo. Prior to that he framed another band with his Presidency batchmates, called “Jotugriher Pakhi”. They even have a tape discharged shockingly around then. In January 1993, Pritam joined the Film and Television Institute in Pune to attempt a course in solid recording and sound building. Amid this time, he was offered an opportunity to create ambient melodies for a film by Hungarian movie producer Istvan Gaal. He likewise took in African music from musicologist Kedar Avati.
Having finished his training, Pritam moved to Mumbai to seek after a profession in Bollywood. Amid his stay in Mumbai, he started making notice jingles, and got to be inviting with various other young fellows attempting to become showbiz royalty, as Shantanu Moitra, Rajkumar Hirani, Sanjay Gadhvi and Chandrajeet Ganguly, otherwise called Jeet, who played the guitar with Anup Jalota.
Pritam got his first break when Gadhvi was marked on to direct Tere Liye and he, thusly, marked on his companions Jeet and Pritam as music authors. Despite the fact that the music was generally welcomed, the film sank in the cinematic world. Notwithstanding, in 2002 Yashraj Films marked Gadhvi up to direct Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai, for which the Jeet-Pritam team at the end of the day formed the music. All the melodies from that film were chartbusters, and the pair had hit the enormous time.His music contains different style including Indian traditional music and western impacts. Pritam was then effectively included in coaching and judging new ability on Zee TV’s singing rivalry show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2009.
Jeet and Pritam cooperated for one and only more film which was Mudda-The Issue, before agreeably separating. After the partition, Pritam’s profession as a performance artist slowed down as he marked a progression of lemon like Fun2shh – Dudes In The 10th Century and Agnipankh. The movies sank in the cinematic world and with them, Pritam’s music as well. Be that as it may, in 2004, Pritam formed the music for Sanjay Gadhvi’s second film, Dhoom, which was a runaway achievement. The film did well and the music beat the diagrams.
Pritam caught up the accomplishment of Dhoom with a string of chartbusting numbers after a year for Chocolate, Garam Masala and Gangster. Likewise he formed the music for Dhoom 2, the spin-off of [Dhoom] & Life in a Metro. Most as of late he made the music for Singh Is Kinng , Kismat Konnection and shaped a Band named Metro.
Allegations of counterfeiting
Pritam has been blamed for counterfeiting on a few events, wherein he has duplicated the music for various his most prevalent Hindi film tunes from different specialists from around the globe (particularly Asia), without offering credit to the first craftsmen themselves. Sometimes he has purchased the copyright and given due credit as well.
Taiwanese artist Lee-Hom Wang and his record name Sony BMG Music Entertainment Ltd. are suing Tips Films, the merchants and rights holders of Race (for which Pritam made the music), for $320,000 in harms, blaming them for stealing his tune Deep in the Bamboo Grove (Chu Lin Shen Chu) into Zara touch me from the film.
Pritam Chakraborty Profile
Pritam Chakraborty Body size/Measurements
Height: 5.7 Inches
Weight: 70 Kgs
Chest: 42 inches
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 12 inches
Neck: 14 inches
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black