Singer, Composer and ace Guitarist Bhupinder Singh, lovingly called Bhupi, is an awesomely talented multifaceted personality. Trained by his father Prof. Natha Singh, the noted vocalist of his time, Bhupinder started his musical career as a young artist at All India Radio (AIR), Delhi. Spotted for his singing talent by the legendary Madan Mohan Bhupi was brought to Mumbai by the master himself. After ‘Hoke majboor mujhe..’ from Haqueeqat there was no looking back for Bhupinder Singh. Not only he lent his voice to memorable soulful numbers for R.D. Burman, Jaidev and Khayyam among others, the natural progression of his musical talents took him to the next step, i.e. music direction.
Many meaningful geets and ghazals still linger in our senses. Who can forget those enchanting melodies like “Shama Jalaye Rakhna”, “Darwaza Khula Rakhna”, “Aadatan Tumne Kar Diye Vaade” and others? Bhupinder’s hands created magic when he played guitar in the famous ‘Chura liya hai’ and ‘Dum Maro dam’. The musical journey of Bhupinder Singh met a new dimension when he met Mitali Singh nee Mukherjee in a programme in Mumbai way back in late seventies. Hailing from a musical family in Bangladesh, Mitali started her training from the early age of five and finished M.Phil from SNDT, Collge, Mumbai. Little did she know , whom she was destined to meet and sing history for the years to come. The sensational duo of Bhupinder-Mitali became an aura.