The duo of Gulzar and Jagjit singh creates magic around the listener. Jagjit Singh was a noticeable Indian Ghazal vocalist, lyricist and musical artist. He is the "Ghazal King" according to the industry. Along with his other half, Chitra Singh, who is an eminent Ghazal artist herself, he re-created the magic of Ghazal. Their fusion collection embodying sound from the movies, Arth and Saath which is HMV's biggest offering mix collection of everything time. He holds the similar record for his work in work in �Sajda� alongside Lata Mangeshkar in a non-film genre. His multi-lingual talent offers songs in various dialects. In 2003, Government of India honoured him with Padma Bhushan for his services in the field of music. In early 2014, postal stamp is discharged by Government of India in order to honour the legend. The other artist, Gulzar is a renowned lyricist, poet and director. He is born during British India phase in the region of Jhelum. In 1963, he took the big stage as a lyricist for the film Bandini. Along the way he worked with numerous music legends including R. D. Burman, A. R. Rahman and Vishal Bhardwaj. He collaborated with Jagjit Singh in the album �koi Baat Chale a� and produced ghazals such as Aap Agar In Dinon Yahan Hote, Zindagi Kya Hai and many other hit gazals.