Music composer Narendra Bhide, who formed the soundtrack for some honor winning movies, TV soaps just as plays, kicked the bucket of a cardiovascular failure in the early long stretches of Thursday at 47 years old in Pune. He abandons his folks, spouse and two youngsters.
An assertion from his family said Bhide’s last ceremonies were performed at Pune’s Vaikunth crematorium. Civic chairman Murlidhar Mohol was available for the last customs, alongside a significant number of his partners from the universe of film, TV, music and theater, including entertainer movie producer Girish Kulkarni, Avdhoot Gupte, Rahul Deshpande, Anand Bhate, Raghunandan Panshikar, among others.
A structural designer by instruction, Bhide prepared in music with Ustad Mohd Hussain Khan, Chhota Gandharva, Shaila, Sudhir and Suhas Datar. He had prepared in western music under Hemant Godbole and was known for his tests while forming music.
Other than forming the acclaimed soundtrack for films like Mulshi Pattern, Lathe Joshi, Sane Guruji, among others, he likewise created the foundation score for films like Shwaas and Maati Mae. Sarsenapati Hambirrao was Bhide’s last film as a music arranger. In his TV credits, Bhide formed the music for Avantika, Un Paaus, Gharkul, other than many others. He was likewise known for making the foundation score for many business plays in Marathi, including Love Birds, Kaatkon Trikon and Final Draft. Bhide established and was the overseer of Dawn Studios at Erandwane.
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