Legendary singer, C H Atma made his debut in 1945. He stepped into the world of popular Hindustani music armed with a rich, baritone voice that bore distinct resemblance to the voice of his idol K L Saigal. His film songs were as popular as his non-film Geets and Ghazals. Though C H Atma’s precise crystal-clear rendering was a salute to Saigal’s style, he on his own, succeeded in gathering a strong and ardent band of fans who loved his voice in both his film and non-film repertoires. In fact, C H Atma was perhaps one of the very few singers whose career as a film and non-film singer flourished simultaneously.
C H Atma – Aaye Sakhi Na Balama (Non-Film) :
C H Atma – Main Nashe Mein Hoon (Non-Film) :
C H Atma – Main Ghee Ka Diya Jalaoon (Non-Film) :
C H Atma – Sawan Ki Badli (Non-Film) :
C H Atma – Manzil To Hai Badi Door (Bhai Saheb 1954) :
I can not say which song of C H Atma best, becuse every song has its own quality despite that I would like to say that the song which I use to hear is P
reetam Aan Milo ,Roon Main Sagar Ke Kinare and Ram Ras Barse Re Manua.
It is very sad that these days it is near to impossible these types of songs could be heard on Radio or On Television. The only way to get this by Internet.Iwould like to give many many thanks to you for your efforts in this direction.
I fully agree with the feelings agree with feeling expressed by Dr.Kalaiya Mr.Sinha and Mr. Ajm, and Roon man wsagar kinaray. Preetam aan millo, MrC.H., was a student of my S M College principl, Late Mr.A.Kohat.who himself was agreet singer and the style the same. Sulta n Ahmed, Karachi.