About Sudesh Bhosale
About Sudesh Bhosale Sudesh Bhosale (born 1 July 1960) is an Indian playback singer who primarily sings for Bollywood films. He was born to N.R. Bhosale and Sumantai Bhosale. Bhosale is known for his ability to mimic actor Amitabh Bachchan, having sung for him in various films. Sudesh Bhosale got his first major break in playback singing in the film Zalzala (1988). He used mimicry to become a professional dubbing artist for several artists like Sanjeev Kumar and Anil Kapoor. He actually dubbed for Sanjeev Kumar when he died prematurely before completing the film Professor ki Padosan. He has sung songs for the movie Ghatothkach in 2008. Bhosale was judge on K For Kishore, a singing contest on Sony Entertainment Television. He has sung many famous Bollywood songs for Amitabh Bachchan including “Jumma chumma de de” from 1991 movie Hum. He can mimic numerous Bollywood stars including Ashok Kumar (Dadamuni), Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Khanna, and Sanjeev Kumar.He has been awarded the Mother Teresa Millennium Award for his contribution to music in a ceremony in Kolkata in 2008.