Bappi Lahiri is a legendary music composer in the Indian film industry. He is known for popularizing the use of synthesized disco music in Indian cinema. Few of his popular soundtracks are – Disco Dancer, Namak Halaal, Dance Dance, etc. Bappi Lahiri made his debut through a Bengali film, Daadu (1972). The first Hindi film for which he composed music was Nanha Shikari (1973). In 1986, Bappi Lahiri made the World Records by recording over 180 songs for 33 films.