Zubeen Garg as Zubeen Borthakur; born on 18th November 1971, is an Indian playback vocalist, music director, composer, lyricist, film director, filmmaker, on-screen character and philanthropist. His commitments are generally ascribed in Assamese, Bengali and Bollywood films and music. Besides, his melodies in Assamese, Garg has sung numerous tunes in different dialects and vernaculars, including Bishnupriya Manipuri, Bodo, English, Goalparia, Kannada, Karbi, Khasi, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and Tiwa. He is likewise an instrumentalist and plays dhol, guitar, mandolin, console and different percussion instruments.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Zubeen Garg
1- Zubeen Garg’s Family Background And Education
Garg was born in Tura, Meghalaya to Mohini Borthakur and Ily Borthakur. He was named after the music composer Zubin Mehta. His dad Mohini Borthakur is a lyricist composing under the name Kapil Thakur. Garg sought a degree in Bachelor of Science yet dropped out to move in his singing career. Garg’s younger sister Jonki Borthakur was an on-screen character and vocalist who died in a car accident in February 2002 in Sonitpur locale while they would perform organize appear alongside her co-artists. Garg wedded Garima Saikia, a style originator from Golaghat, India on 4th February 2002.
2- His Career Venture
Garg went into the professional music when his debut album Anamika was discharged in 1992. He later discharged collections including Maya, Asha, and Pakhi. In the late 90’s Garg moved to Mumbai to work in the Bollywood music industry where he recorded scarcely any Hindi collections and movies like Chandni Raat, Yuhi Kabhi, Fiza, and Kaante.
3- He Got The Exceptional Break-In Bollywood
He got the greatest break- in Bollywood in the film Gangster. The melody Ya Ali of Gangster movie was one of the most well-known hits of 2006. The tune presented to him the best playback vocalist Global Indian Film Awards(GIFA) in 2006. His next Hindi collection Zindagi was released in 2007 which was exceptionally valued. His discography melodies in different Indian languages. In October 2019, he released another Hindi tune “Ranjhana” with Angel Rai and Sami Khan.
4- He Is A Philanthropist
Zubeen Garg runs a charity which donates cash for different causes. He encouraged individuals to give garments, medicines, and contributions when wrecking floods hit Assam. He took on the issue over defilement in APSC enrollment in his movie Kanchanjangha.
5- He Is Also An Actor
He additionally has acted in scarcely Assamese movies. He assumed the lead role in Mon Jai, which won the best Assamese Film in the 56th National Film Awards.
6- He Is A Football Lover
He is a football fan and has played matches to gather assets for flood influenced individuals.
7- Awards And Honors
Zubeen Garg has won numerous awards and honors, also he nominated for several best categories, such as; he was nominated in the best playback (male) category for Ya Ali of Gangster in Filmfare Awards, 2007. Zubeen Garg honored with the Rajat Kamal National Award in 2007 for the film Echoes of silence in the best music direction, Non-Feature Film category.
8- He Is A Multitalented Person
Tumi Mor Matho Mor – the only Assamese film wrote, directed and acted by Zubeen Garg in 2000, and he first Zubeen Garg directed drama in Assamese Mobile theatres is Devdas, 2014 of Brindaban Theatre.