Dilip Dholakia

Also credited as: D. Dilip, Dilip Rai
Singer, Music Director, Lyricist, Actor
Born: Oct 15, 1921
Death: Jan 02, 2011
 

Dilip Dholakia was a well-known music director, lyricist and playback singer in the Hindi and Gujarati film industries.

For many years, he also worked as an assistant to music directors S.N. Tripathi, Chitragupt and Lakshmikant - Pyarelal. Tripathi. Some films for which he composed music include "Bhakti Mahima" (1960), "Teen Ustad" (1961) and "Private Secretary" (1962).

He passed away on January 2, 2011 at the age of 90.

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Sadiyon Se Hamari Dharti Par (Gauri Jaisi Lakshmi Jaisi) Sadiyon Se Hamari Dharti Par (Gauri Jaisi Lakshmi Jaisi)
Album: Mahasati Savitri
Singer: Dilip Dholakia
Music Director: Chitragupt
Lyricist: Gopal Singh Nepali
Genre: Filmi, Bhajan
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Good Bye Tata Good Bye Good Bye Tata Good Bye
Album: Naya Rasta
Singer: Lakshmi Roy, Chitragupt, Dilip Dholakia
Music Director: Chitragupt
Lyricist: Saraswati Kumar Deepak
Genre: Filmi, Classic Pop, Jazz
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Aaj Agar Meri Laaj Gayi Aaj Agar Meri Laaj Gayi
 
Album: Ram Hanuman Yuddh
Singer: Dilip Dholakia, Lata Mangeshkar
Music Director: S.N. Tripathi
Lyricist: Shailendra
Genre: Filmi, Sugam
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Door Gagan Par Chamke Sitare Door Gagan Par Chamke Sitare
 
Album: Ram Hanuman Yuddh
Singer: Dilip Dholakia, Geeta Dutt
Music Director: S.N. Tripathi
Lyricist: Ramesh Chandra Pandey
Genre: Filmi
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Bhaj Ram Ram Siya Ram (Ram Ram Bhaj Ram Ram) Bhaj Ram Ram Siya Ram (Ram Ram Bhaj Ram Ram)
 
Album: Ram Hanuman Yuddh
Singer: Dilip Dholakia
Music Director: S.N. Tripathi
Lyricist: Ramesh Chandra Pandey
Genre: Chants, Bhajan
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