Sapan - Jagmohan were a popular 1970s music composer duo made up of Sapan Sengupta and Jagmohan Bakshi. They started their career as singers in Salil Chowdhury's Bombay Youth Choir and also as backup singers in Hindi films.
Most of their compositions were based on Naqsh Lyallpuri’s lyrics, but they also worked with lyricists like Indeevar, Shailendra and M.G. Hashmat.
While they did compose a few popular songs like “Main To Har Mod Par” (“Chetna”, 1970), “Hum Hai Jahan” (“Call Girl”, 1974) and “Ae Mere Dil Diwane” (“Laal Kothi”, 1978), they remained relegated to B-grade movies. Over the years they came to be associated with a style of music that sounded very similar to R.D. Burman’s.