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“Picnic” (1966) was directed by Shahid for Filmistan Productions. The movie had Manoj Kumar, Kalpana, Shobha Khote, P. Kailash, David Abraham, Murad etc in it.
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“Parvarish” (1958) was a Roop Kala pictures production. It was produced by Mahiptray Shah and directed by S Bannerji. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Mala Sinha, Lalita Pawar, Nazir Hussain, Krishnakant, Mahmood, Radhakishan, Sheila Vaaz, Meena, Brahm Bhardvaj, Devraj, Munshi, Burhan, Nadir, Jenifar, Razaak, Deepak, Raja, Tilakraj, Sohni, Kamal Chowdhary, Akhtar, Narbadashankar, Mirajkar, Swami etc in it.
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“Kalpana” (1960) was an Ashok Pictures Private Limited production. It was produced by Ashok Kumar and Ganesh and directed by Rakhan. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Padmini, Ragini, S Nazir, Sunder, Balam,Pachhi, Achala Sachdev, Sarita Devi, Baby Farida, Rani Kumar, Harbans, Amrit, Khatana, Iftekhar, Brahm Bhardwaj, Keshav, Ibne Hasan, Shakil Nomani etc in it.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

“WOW” – the first reaction from my mind when I heard this song again after a very long time today. What a pleasant, delightful creation of joyous abandon this song is. One of those apparently never ending stream of gems that keep popping up from the most unexpected corners of this treasure house that we call the Hindi film music. Wow, what a song this is – a song that has stayed obscure. . . rather I would say, it has suffered obscurity for reasons that may never be completely understood. For why else would such wonderful creations of such bubbling music stay away from limelight and away from the listening pleasure of music lovers. I am sure you will believe my words when you hear it. And its obscurity is underscored by the fact that I was not able to locate it online, so far as I could search, and so I am posting this rare gem for my listener friends.
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“Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi” (1958) has as many as eight songs in it. Seven of these songs have already been discussed.

Here is the eighth and final song from the movie.
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This post is written by Raja,a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor of write ups to this blog

I would not go so far as to say that I have learnt to appreciate art and culture as I have grown old. I am still very much a novice when it comes to appreciating these finer aspects of life.
What I will say though is that my taste in Hindi movies and songs has evolved considerably since my childhood or school days.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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