Saregama signs Bengali music composer Anupam Roy

Saregama, India’s oldest record label, has announced an exclusive agreement with the Bengali music composer Anupam Roy.

The multi-year agreement will see Roy partnering with Saregama for his future regional and, non-film recordings except Hindi and English.

Roy debuted as a singer, in the Bengali film ‘Autograph’ in 2010. With extensive experience working in the Bengali film and music industry, Roy made his Bollywood debut with Shoojit Sircar’s ‘Piku’, as a music director, lyricist and playback singer, in 2015.

Some of his most popular work includes ‘Tumi Jaake Bhalobasho’, ‘Projapati Biskut- Ahare Mon’, and ‘Amake Amar Moto Thakte Dao’. Roy has also directed the music for ‘Pink’, ‘Dear Maya’ and ‘October’.

As part of the deal with Saregama, Roy intends to produce independent music adding to his repertoire. Currently, the Saregama team and Anupam are collectively working on a pop-set for Valentine’s Day.

Commenting on the collaboration, Roy said, “Most Bengali and Hindi songs I have been listening to since childhood belong to Saregama. It’s a dream for any musician in our country to be associated with a brand which has helped create so much. I would like to thank Saregama for loving and respecting my music. I hope together we can make some good music which our listeners would love to have on their playlists.”

Vikram Mehra, Managing Director Saregama India, said, “It has been Saregama’s belief that regional music consumption will hold a definitive stronghold over the entire Indian music landscape. We are betting big on regional tunes and stories. Taking a leap in the Bengali music space, we look forward to this long-term association with Anupam Roy, who I believe is one of the greatest present-day Bengali musicians. We hope to create music that passes on for generations to come with Anupam.”

Listen to Anupam Roy’s music here

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