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“Vaasna” (1968) was an Anurita Arts Production. It was directed by T Prakash Rao. The movie had Raj Kumar, Padmini, Biswajeet, Kumud Chugani, Sayeeda Khan, Akashdeep, Rajendranath, Junior Mahmood, Laxmi Chhaya, Manorama, Mukri, Ravikant, Tiwari, David Abraham etc in it.
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This article is written by Shekhar Gupta, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor of this blog.

Directed by Raj Khosla, Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki (1978) was a Nutan-Vijay Anand-Asha Parekh starrer with the last named being the “Tulsi” of the plot. It’s also known for Lataji’s evergreen title song Main tulsi tere aangan ki – which is already on this Blog.
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This article is writteb by nahm, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

I have recently seen the movie “Mere Mehboob” (1963) on Youtube, as recommended by the comments on the post of the song Tere pyaar mein dildaar jo hai mera haal e zaar .
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“Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai” (1960) was an R K Films Production. It was produced by Raj Kapoor and directed by Radhu Karmarkar. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Padmini, Pran, Chanchal, Lalita Pawar, Raj Mehra, Tiwari, Nana Palsikar, Nayampalli, Salochana Chatterjee, Vishwa Mehra, Baboo Rao, S. K. Singh, Rattan Gaurang, Chang, Mohamed Ali, Anwari Bai, Sadhana, Azim, Master Amar etc in it.
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Last week, I suddenly felt an urge to write an article on Shashi Kapoor whom I admire for being a different Kapoor from his two illustrious brothers – Raj Kapoor and Shammi Kapoor. He may not have the genius and business acumen of Raj Kapoor nor have the yahoo image of Shammi Kapoor. But he scored over his two illustrious brothers in that he was the most handsome among them. I remember a handsome and boyish looking Shashi Kapoor in ‘Waqt’ (1965). With his handsome and ever smiling face, he had a huge fan following during his hey days. He was different from his brothers on one more count – he married an English girl Jennifer Kendal who was associated with a theater group.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Ever since I heard the songs from film ‘Badi Maa’(1945) about four decades ago, I have been a fan of music director Datta Korgaonkar (known as K Datta). It is stated that when his songs from ‘Badi Maa’ were heard by some of his contemporary music directors, they were so impressed by his compositions ,especially ‘diya jalaaker aap bujhaaye’ that music directors like Shyam Sundar, Anil Biswas, Ghulam Haider and Rafiq Ghazanvi personally visited his house and congratulated him. During the last few days, I have been going through his songs on the internet and I found his compositions and orchestration of songs somewhat different from what was prevalent during his time. K Datta was active in the film industry between 1943-1956 during which time he composed music only for a dozen films but he churned out mostly good songs though they may not have become very popular among the masses. His last film as a music director was ‘Ajnabi’ (1966).
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“Bahu Begam” (1967) was a movie which was produced and directed by M Sadiq. Starcast of the movie included names like Ashok Kumar, Pradeep Kumar, Meena Kumari, Sapru, Naaz, Leela Misra, Helen, Johnny Walker, Lalita Pawar, Zeb Rehman, etc.
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I often get confused between the two similarly named movies of 1960s, viz “Shikaar” and “Shikaari”. The confusion is compounded by the fact that both movies had similar storylines, where the hero would go to a jungle for “shikaar” where he would enounter tribals wearing Red Indian/ African kinds of heargears etc and the daughter of the chief would be the chief female dancer among the tribal dance troupe that would sing and dance at the drop of a spear.
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I have heard this song many a times and liked this song too, but all this while I was totally unaware about the details of this song. Now that I have heard this song again, I recall that this song was one of the songs that Sunil Gavaskar had played during the Vishesh Jaimala programme on Vividh Bharati in 1975.
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Yesterday Peevesie’s mom made her debut as a lyrics contributor by sending the lyrics of a song from “Taxi Taxie” (1977). The movie may be of recent vintage, but little information is available about this movie. That is where we can always log on to our inhouse encyclopaedia and get all the details. Here is what our walking encyclopaedia Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh has to say about this movie:-
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