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“First Love” (1961) was directed by Ved Mohan for Natraj Productions. The movie had Mehmood,Naaz, Preethibala aka Zeb Rehman(perhaps her debut film as per cineplot), Amar, Raj Mehra, Shetty etc in it.
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“Post Box 999″ (1958) was directed by Ravindra Dave for Nagina Films. The movie had Sunil Dutt, Shakila, Leela Chitnis, Amarnath, Tiwari, Krishnakant, Purnima, Mirza Musharaf, Ramesh Sinha, Manorama, Gulab etc in it.
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Rare Performances – Things Unique and Unexpected #2

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One aspect of the unexpected interludes on the Hindi film screen are the occasions when one gets to see songs performed on screen by the most unexpected actors. One does always expect the lead pair or pairs and occasionally the side heroes and side heroines to be performing songs of all types on screen. Of course the main comedy players are almost always expected to be performing songs of all types on screen. If you see the name Mehmood or Johnny Walker or IS Johar or even Jagdeep in the credits, one can be almost certain the film will have some song by them. This has been true for these actors, even during their senior years – one can see Johnny Walker in ‘Shaan’ (1980) joining the group song “Yamma Yammaa. . . Ye Khoobsurat Samaa”.
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“Gypsy Girl”(1961) was directed by Akkoo for Raj Kiran Productions, Bombay. The movie had Amarnath, Naina, Habib, Uma Dutt, Ram Rasila, Indira, Sheikh, Madhumati, Hira Sawant etc in it.
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Today, December 24th, 2013 is 89th birth anniversary of Mohammed Rafi. This blog has a wealth of information on Mohammed Rafi. So I will be brief on his early life and confine myself to few points which have some relevance to the song I am presenting here. Suffice to say that Rafi was a great singer in making since childhood. At the age of 10, he started singing sufi songs immediately after hearing from a faqir who used to pass through the by-lanes of his residence every day. Rafi would follow him and sing with him. That was his beginning of his interest in singing. At the age of 13, he sang in front of a restless audience who had come to hear K L Saigal and enthralled them. At the age of 16, he did his first playback singing for a Punjabi film ‘Gul Bloach’ (1940). I am reminded of a colloquial Hindi proverb which I heard for the first time during my school days – ‘honhaar birwaan ko hot hai chikne paat’ (coming events cast their shadows before). This proverb proved right in the case of Mohammed Rafi became a legendary playback singer in Hindi films.
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Divas of Hindi film music (2) :
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Here is another duet for the series. This is Rafi and Suman Kalyanpur song with two versions from the film ” Saaz aur Awaaz ” (1966). Naushad is the composer and lyricist is Khumar Barabankwi.
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“Bhai Bahan” (1959) was produced and directed by G P Sippy. The movie had Rehman, Johny Walker, Naaz, Daisy Irani, Nishi 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.

Forty two years ago, this day (12th Sept), life deserted a very flamboyant, and a very energetic young artist, who had consistently occupied the top rungs of creative music making and of course, popular following. Along with his senior partner, when they broke upon the Hindi film world with a ‘Barsaat’ of absolutely sublime melodies in 1949, here was an artist duo who made it good right from the word go. 1949 is a fantastic year, considering the musicals that hit the Hindi film screen. A year such as this one, has not quite been repeated in the history of Hindi film music. Some writers argue in favor of another year two decades hence i.e. 1968-69. But the year of 1949 is probably still the winner. Making a debut in this year, competing against some of the best music directors in their prime, it is a huge notable that this young duo, of which the younger one was still to breach his twentieth year, made such a melodious splash. And the audiences readily caught on to the lovely strumming of “Mujhe Kisi Se Pyaar Ho Gayaa”.
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“Chakravarti Vikramaditya” (1964) was produced by PVV Satyanarayana Murty and directed by Jampana Chandrashekhar Rao. The movie had N T RamaRao and Anjali Devi in lead roles.
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“Zarak Khan” (1963) was a Shanti Niketan Productions movie. It was directed by Harbans Singh. The movie had Jairaj, Chitra, Naazi, Kumud Tripathi, W. M. Khan, Tiwari etc in it.
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