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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, a fellow enthusiast and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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Genius of Jaidev
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Alaap, was a 1977 film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, with music by Jaidev and lyrics by Harivansrai Bachchan and Dr. Rahi Masum Raza. Since many songs from this film are covered in this Blog, I do not want to repeat the known details about the film.

This song by K J Yesudas (Kattassery Joseph Yesudas), is the 9th presentation in this series ‘Genius of Jaidev. This song was recorded for the film, but for unknown reasons was not used in it, or deleted at the editing table. Jaidev has not only used classical Raga based on Ahir Bhairav for the song, but also have used all Clasical Hindustani Instruments to decorate it. Listeners, interested in poetry, I am sure, will find Dr. Raza’s words describing the philosophy of life very apt and appealing. Just close the eyes and enjoy the music as well as the lyrics depicting the meaning of ‘life’.


Song-Zindagi Ko Sanvaarnaa Hogaa (Aalaap)(1977) Singer-Yesudas, Lyrics-Dr. Rahi Masum Raza, MD-Jaidev

Lyrics

aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa
zindagi ko sanvaarnaa hogaa aa
dil mein sooraj utaarnaa hogaa
dil mein suraj utaarnaa hogaa

zindagi raat nahin
raat ki tasveer nahin een
zindagi sirf kisi zulf ki zanjeer nahin een
zindagi bas koi bigadi huyee taqdeer nahin
zindagi ko nikhaarnaa hogaa aa
zindagi ko sanvaarnaa hogaa
dil mein sooraj utaarnaa hogaa

zindagi dhoop nahin saaayaa-e-deevaar bhi hai
zindagi zaar nahi, zindagi dildaar bhi hai
zindagi pyaar bhi hai
pyaar kaa iqraar bhi hai
zindagi ko ubhaarnaa hogaa
zindagi ko sanvaarnaa hogaa
dil mein suraj utaarnaa hogaa

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“Aaj Ki Raat” (1948) was directed by D D Kashyap for Famous Pictures Productions. The movie had Motilal, Suraiya, Yakub, Leela Misra, Raj Mehra, Anita Sharma, Sangeeta, Shah Nawaz etc in it.

Five songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the sixth song from the movie. This is a melancholic song which is sung by Suraiyya. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Husnlal Bhagatram.

Only the audio of this song is available but it is easy to guess that the song was picturised on Suraiyya herself.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.


Song-Ro ro ke saari raat kati intezaar mein (Aaj Ki Raat)(1948) Singer-Suraiyya, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Husnlal Bhagatram

Lyrics

ro ro ke saari raat kati intezaar mein aen
ro ro ke saari raat kati intezaar mein aen
kya kya khayaal aaye dil e beqaraar mein aen
kya kya khayaal aaye dil e beqaraar mein aen

khilti huyi ummeed ki kaliyaan na khil sakin
kaliyaan na khil sakin
khilti huyi ummeed ki kaliyaan na khil sakin
kaliyaan na khil sakin
dil tukde hoke beh gaya ashqon ke taar mein aen
dil tukde hoke beh gaya ashqon ke taar mein aen
ro ro ke saari raat kati intezaar mein aen

aawaaz aa rahi hai kahin se ye baar baar
kahin se ye baar baar
aawaaz aa rahi hai kahin se ye baar baar
kahin se ye baar baar
khushiyon ke saath dard bhi shaamil hai pyaar mein ae
khushiyon ke saath dard bhi shaamil hai pyaar mein ae
ro ro ke saari raat kati intezaar mein aen
kya kya khayaal aaye dil e beqaraar mein aen


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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The Many Colors of Love #13 – The Fears of Love
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And so wrote the scribe. . .

ho raama darr laage apni umariyaa se

Howsoever enchanting and inviting the emotions of love may seem, there are many a heart that fear the onset. As the feelings of youth begin to sprout inside, the heart is at once both eager to savor the flavors of this emotion, and yet nervous and afraid to step into this unfamiliar and unpredictable terrain. The mind recalls many a stories told of the agonies of love and the pains of loss. Or even if one does not become frightened from such tales of sorrow, there still is a fear of the unfamiliar and the unknown.

No wonder that these years of adolescent life are also called ‘kachchi umar’ – the emotions are rearing to go, but the maturity of handling and controlling them is lacking. There is a come-hither titillation that draws the young heart with a promise of a new fascinating world. But accompanying this are apprehensions of the unknown and not as yet experienced events. There are hearts that will be drawn easily. The euphoria and the energy of the new emotions is a powerful driver that nudges the self towards the new experiences. And then there are hearts that are anxious to consider consequences and outcomes, and they will be more restrained in stepping out. The apprehensions will keep a check on the flow of feelings. Sometimes the titillation wins over, and sometimes it is the restraint that has the upper hand.

In the realm of Hindi film songs, all flavors and shades of such emotions are to be found. I present a gem of a fun song from the 1952 film ‘Shrimati ji’. In this song, there is a very interesting exchange happening between two young hearts. They seem to be on the threshold of that emotion called love. The gentleman is making efforts to convince the lady, requesting her for “nain milaa lo” and “dil milaa lo”. And the lady is responding with all kinds of excuses, and expressing her fears for every suggestion that the gentleman is giving. The exchange builds up in a very jovial way, coming to hilarious head, when the gentleman simply gives up in what one may term as frustration, and announces that he will have nothing to do with the lady and the matters of heart with her. And then, right there in a flash, without a pause, without breaking the rhythm and on an even note and scale, the lady does an about turn and starts to sing the lines of the gentleman requesting him for “nain milaa lo” and “dil milaa lo”. It is absolutely mirthful.

Full marks on this song for the arrangement and the composition. There are four singing entities in this song. The male voice, that is Kishore Kumar, the female voice, that is Shamshad Begum, the male chorus and the female chorus. The lines of lyrics is short and quick, and there is such a rapid change of voice between the four entities, that simply has been arranged and managed superbly. The match of wits is played so briskly. The responses fly out so promptly, it leaves no time for the listener to breathe. The delicious surprise is the switch that the lady and her companions make near the end of the song, that is simply seamless, without batting an eyelid, that will take the listener by surprise. I was simply bowled over by the pace of the exchange, and how smoothly the singing voice changes between the performers and two chorus groups. Simply, simply marvelous.

The film ‘Shrimati ji’ (1952) is not new for the visitors of this blog. Four songs of this film are already represented here, and today we bring on the fifth. The film has a total of 10 songs done by three music directors and three poets together. The lyricists are Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, Shailendra and Hasrat Jaipuri. Of the ten songs, RMA Khan has provided the verses for 8 of them, with Shailendra and Hasrat Jaipuri contributing one song each. Interesting to note that the single song contributions by Shailendra and Hasrat are both sentimental, poignant songs, both composed by Jimmy. Of the eight songs written by RMA Khan, only one is a sentimental song, and the remaining seven songs are all songs of fun, joy and happiness in love. The music directors sharing the compositions for this film are S Mohinder, Jimmy and Basant Prakash. This song is tuned by Jimmy. It is also interesting to note that in addition to there being three music directors on this film, the credits also identify a notable assistant music director, with name Ravi Shankar, whom we all are more familiar with as just Ravi.

The film is from the stables of Filmistan, and is directed by IS Johar. The list if actors includes Shyama, Nasir Khan, Ram Singh, Murad, Samson, Vimla, Indira, Prabha, Baldev Mehta, Ram Avtar, Yashwant, Mirazkar, Agha Miraz, Majnu, Johar and others. This last name, Johar, I am sure is IS Johar himself. Given the cast of actors, and the songs of this film, one can easily guess this one to be quite a fun film.

So listen to this fun and amusing exchange, and the kind of fears that the lady is expressing, to keep away from the entanglements of the heart.

It is opportune that the birth anniversary of Shamshad Begum was just yesterday. A timely remembrance of this voice that has put in the color of fun in so many Hindi film songs. Long live in memory.

Listen and enjoy. :)


Song-Nain mila lo nain mila lo (Shrimati Ji)(1952) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Shamshad Begum, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Jimmy
Male Chorus, Female Chorus

Lyrics

nain milaa lo
nain milaa lo
pyaar ka darr hai
pyaar to hoga
dil milaa lo
dil milaa lo
dard ka darr hai
dar to hoga

kya hoga ji nain milaa ke
dil milaa ke

haaye dil milaa ke
poochho shamma se yaa parwaane se jaa ke
parwaane se jaa ke
shama bano tum
parwaane hum
jalne ka darr hai
jalnaa to hoga

thhandi thhandi hawaa hai
mausam suhaana

o mausam suhaana
pyaar kar lo
pyaar ka aaya zamaana
aaya zamaana
bijli ho tum
baadal hain hum
toofaan ka darr hai
toofaan to hoga

darte darte beet rahi hai haaye jawaani
haaye jawaani
door chalen aur saath bitaayen zindgaani
bitaayen zindgaani
kahaan chalen
arab chalo
registaan ka darr hai
africa chalo
biyaabaan ka darr hai
kaabul chalo
pathaan ka darr hai
to ghar bulaa lo
abba jaan ka darr hai

ghar mein abba jaan ka darr hai
kaabul mein pathaan ka darr hai
arab mein registaan ka darr
africa mein biyaabaan ka darr hai
aan ka darr hai
jaan ka darr hain
duniya bhar mein
darr hi darr hai

yaane saare jahaan ka darr hai

to jahannum chalo
jahannum chalo
shaitaan ka darr hai
shaitaan to hoga
to hamen bhulaa do

nahin bhulaate
nain milaa lo

nahin milaate
dil milaa lo
nahin milaate
haath milaa lo
nahin milaate
wajeh bataa do
wajeh bataa do

pyaar ka darr hai
pyaar to hoga
nain milaa lo
nain milaa lo
pyaar ka darr hai
pyaar to hoga
dil milaa lo
dil milaa lo
dard ka darr hai
dar to hoga

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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नैन मिला लो
नैन मिला लो
प्यार का डर है
प्यार तो होगा
दिल मिला लो
दिल मिला लो
दर्द का डर है
डर तो होगा

क्या होगा जी नैन मिला के
दिल मिला के

हाय दिल मिला के
पूछो शम्मा से या परवाने से जाके
परवाने से जाके
शमा बनो तुम
परवाने हम
जलने का डर है
जलना तो होगा

ठंडी ठंडी हवा है
मौसम सुहाना

ओ मौसम सुहाना
प्यार कर लो प्यार का आया ज़माना
आया ज़माना
बिजली हो तुम
बादल हैं हम
तूफान का डर है
तूफान तो होगा

डरते डरते बीत रही है हाए जवानी
हाए जवानी
दूर चलें और साथ बिताएँ ज़िंदगानी
बिताएँ ज़िंदगानी
कहाँ चलें
अरब चलो
रेगिस्तान का डर है
अफ्रीका चलो
बियाबान का डर है
काबुल चलो
पठान का डर है
तो घर बुला लो
अब्बाजान का डर है

घर में अब्बाजान का डर है
काबुल में पठान का डर है
अरब में रेगिस्तान का डर
अफ्रीका में बियाबान का डर है
आन का डर है
जान का डर है
दुनिया भर में
डर ही डर है

याने सारे जहां का डर है

तो जहन्नुम चलो
जहन्नुम चलो
शैतान का डर है
शैतान तो होगा
तो हमें भुला दो

नहीं भुलाते
नैन मिला लो

नहीं मिलाते
दिल मिला लो
नहीं मिलाते
हाथ मिला लो
नहीं मिलाते
वजह बता दो
वजह बता दो

प्यार का डर है
प्यार तो होगा
नैन मिला लो
नैन मिला लो
प्यार का डर है
प्यार तो होगा
दिल मिला लो
दिल मिला लो
दर्द का डर है
डर तो होगा


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

What may be a good definition of a friend? I am sure everyone will have many an answer to this question. I would like to add this following definition to that list today. A good friend is one who will remind you of a wonderful melodious song, that you may have heard long back, and have forgotten about it, or maybe you have not heard it and he or she introduced you to it. Aa ha, I am sure you will agree with me on this. :)

In my association with this blog, that is one thing that I can say about practically all the folks who are contributing. Bringing up wonderful gems from the depths of this ocean called the Hindi film music, strumming the strings of memories, of songs heard long back and then lost somewhere in time. And even songs that are completely new to my memory, and they are such super melodies that it is just so heartening to be introduced to them.

AK ji, of Songs of Yore is quite regular in this matter. He keeps on nudging us with memories and suggestions, looking out for lost melodies that one has not heard for a long time. It has been somehow such a harmonious meeting of minds that whenever he has sent a message searching for a song, I have been able to locate it, with me or from other friends. And it is such pleasure to encounter these songs once again.

The song that I present in these post is one such fabulously melodious gem, that was heard and set in the mind from the radio listening days. And when those times passed, this (and many other such songs) have been sitting on sidelines, trying to catch the attention of the music lovers, and get back on stage. I got this message from AK ji last week, enquiring about two lovely Suman Kalyanpur songs. I looked into my collection and lo, the songs have been sitting there, and not been touched for ages. But, yes, today it is turn now, to get back into the limelight. One being posted today, and the second one very shortly.

One reason that I can think this kind of thing happens is the ageing of the collective memory of the listeners. When these songs were fresh, newly released, they were popular in farmaishi (on request) programs. As the years passed, radio listening lost its prominence to other sources of entertainment. The songs and their records kept sitting in AIR libraries, and not too well cared for. When the new generation of announcers and program anchors took over, they were working from a very second, or even third hand experience, for they had never heard these songs themselves. They would refer to the list of Filmfare awarded music, the Binaca Geet Mala listings, and the popular selections that the record companies would churn out, repeating and re-repeating the popular numbers that, in their calculation, would definitely sell and make money for them.

In such an environment, who would care to look up a fifty five years old film with a name such as ‘Teerath Yatra’. When referred to the year 1958, any program anchor worth his waves today would just think of ‘Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi’, ‘Madhumati’, ‘Kaala Paani’, ‘Yahudi’, ‘Howrah Bridge’, ‘Dilli Ka Thug’, ‘Post Box 999’, ‘Sone Ki Chidiya’, ‘Aakhri Daao’, ‘Phagun’, ‘Navrang’, ‘Phir Subha Hogi’, and a few more film names, made familiar to them based on the references listed above. And even within that, they would not have the time or patience to explore all other songs of that film, that probably did not make it to a ‘paayedaan’ number on the Binaca ‘seerhi’, or did not appear on the HMV selections. They would be all gaga over “Hai Apna Dil To Aawaara” but will be completely unaware of “Ye Bhi Koi Roothne Ka Mausam Hai Deewaane”. They would play again and again “Ye Mera Deewaanapan Hai”, but will be completely oblivious about “Aate Jaate Pehlu Mein Aaya Koi”. And then what to say about films like ‘Taxi Stand’, ‘Night Club’, ‘Trolley Driver’, ‘Khota Paisa’ – they may even have not heard about them.

And within this anonymous mix is the film named ‘Teerath Yatra’. I would think they would not even pick it up, even if they came across it.

I recall a personal anecdote, that I may have mentioned on an earlier post. Vijaylaxmi ji Deseram, one of the famous program anchors of Radio Ceylon in their heydays, and later of the Hindi channel of Voice of America, was visiting Delhi in Dec of 2012. We had many a meetings while she was in Delhi and I have written about that earlier. On one such meeting, as I was just accompanying her to see her off, my mobile rang. I think it was Atul ji, and it was about a post for the blog. I was preparing a post on music director Roshan that day, and on the call I was just telling Atul ji, the song I had selected. I just mentioned Roshan and the name of the film ‘Neki Aur Badi’ (1949), on the phone. And the reaction from Vijaylaxmi ji who was standing next to me, was instantaneous. She started to sing the very song that I was preparing for the post, even without my naming the song.
(Incidentally, the song is “Kyun Jee Scent Lagaaya Hai”. That is the kind of awareness and appreciation which is likely not to be found any more in the new crop of program anchors we have on the FM channels.

The film ‘Teerath Yatra’ makes a debut on our blog today. Produced under the banner of ‘Adarshlok’, the film is directed by Adarsh. The nine songs of this film are composed by the duo of Suresh-Talwar. The lyrics writing is shared by Anjaan, Saraswati Kumar Deepak, Adarsh and Madan Mohan. (I get this last name from Geet Kosh listings, and I request help from other knowledgeable contributors whether this Madan Mohan is same or different from the well know music director.) This song is from the pen of Anjaan. The singing voice – oh so sweet, is that of Suman Kalyanpur.

The star cast of the film includes Mahipal, Jaimala, Heeralal, Nana Palsikar, Kesari, Radheshyam, Indira Bansal, Shakuntala, Jagat, Sehgal, Ratan, Vishambhar, Nikku, Baby Najma, Bheem, Bharat. I further request our knowledgeable friends on this bandwagon to provide more information about this picture and the one screen performers of this song.

Ah so, let me wind down this long winded string of thoughts and let you get to this wonderful melody. The flow of the harmony is so lovely. When she sings the line “boley jaane de jo dil gaya, tera saajan tujhe mil gaya”, it is such a delightful treat, both for the ears and for the heart.

AK ji, thanks a ton for this nudge, and the request is to continue such nudging in the future. :)

Listen and enjoy. :)


Song-Meri preet mera pyaar boley aaj baar baar (Teerath Yaatra)(1958) Singer-Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics-Anjaan, MD-Suresh-Talwar

Lyrics

meri preet mera pyaar
boley aaj baar baar
boley kya aa
boley jaane de jo dil gayaa
tera saajan tujhe mil gayaa aa aa aa
meri preet mera pyaar
boley aaj baar baar

aaa aaa aaa aaa

jhoomti raat ne aaj pehnaa
jhilmilaate sitaaron ka gehnaa
ho jhilmilaate sitaaron ka gehnaa
chanda le kirnon ka haar
karta rajni ka singaar
boley kya
boley jaane de jo dil gayaa
tera saajan tujhe mil gayaa aa aa
meri preet mera pyaar
boley aaj baar baar

aaa aaa aaa aaa

paaya wo hi piyaa jo thha apna
huaa saakaar wo jo thaa sapna
ho huaa sakaar wo jo thaa sapna
baaje saanson ki sitaar
goonje paayal ki jhankaar
boley kya
boley jaane de jo dil gayaa
tera saajan tujhe mil gayaa aa aa
meri preet mera pyaar
boley aaj baar baar

aaa aaa aaa aaa

laagi aisi lagan chori chori
mili chanda se aakhir chakori
ho mili chanda se aakhir chakori
mili haar mein bahaar
boli nadiyaa ki dhaar
boley kya
boley jaane de jo dil gayaa
tera saajan tujhe mil gayaa aa aa
meri preet mera pyaar
boley aaj baar baar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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मेरी प्रीत मेरा प्यार
बोले आज बार बार
बोले क्या॰ ॰ ॰
बोले जाने दे जो दिल गया
तेरा साजन तुझे मिल गया॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ
मेरी प्रीत मेरा प्यार
बोले आज बार बार

आ॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ

झूमती रात ने आज पहना
झिलमिलाते सितारों का गहना
हो॰ ॰ झिलमिलाते सितारों का गहना
चंदा ले किरणों का हार
करता रजनी का सिंगार
बोले क्या॰ ॰ ॰
बोले जाने दे जो दिल गया
तेरा साजन तुझे मिल गया॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ
मेरी प्रीत मेरा प्यार
बोले आज बार बार

आ॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ

पाया वो ही पीया जो था अपना
हुआ साकार वो जो था सपना
हो॰ ॰ हुआ साकार वो जो था सपना
बोले साँसों की सितार
गूँजे पायल की झंकार
बोले क्या॰ ॰ ॰
बोले जाने दे जो दिल गया
तेरा साजन तुझे मिल गया॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ
मेरी प्रीत मेरा प्यार
बोले आज बार बार

आ॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ

लागि ऐसी लगन चोरी चोरी
मिली चंदा से आखिर चकोरी
हो॰ ॰ मिली चंदा से आखिर चकोरी
मिली हार में बहार
बोली नदिया की धार
बोले क्या॰ ॰ ॰
बोले जाने दे जो दिल गया
तेरा साजन तुझे मिल गया॰ ॰आ॰ ॰आ
मेरी प्रीत मेरा प्यार
बोले आज बार बार


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“Mumtaz Mahal” (1957) was directed by Ram Daryani for Nigam Films. The movie had Jairaj, Sheila Ramani, Veena, Agha, Nazir Kashmiri, Umesh, Sheila Ramani etc in it.

Today (15 april 2014) is the 92nd birth anniversary of Hasrat Jaipuri (15 april 1922- 17 september 1999). On this occasion, here is a rare song from this obscure movie. This song is sung by Sudha Malhotra and Talat Mehmood. Hasrat Jaipuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vinod.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song- Apna Banaa ke phir kyun bhulaaya(Mumtaz Mahal)(1957) Singers-Sudha Malhotra, Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Vinod

Lyrics

apna banaa ke phir kyun bhulaaya
apna banaa ke phir kyun bhulaaya
dil mera naashaad hai
haaye ae
dil mera naashaad hai
ae ae ae
aa mere sanam
o o
aana bhi chaahoon kaise aaun
aana bhi chaahoon kaise aaun
pehre pe saiyyaad hai
haaye ae
pehre pe saiyyaad hai ae
tera hoon teri qasam

aaa mere sanam
o o
tera hoon teri qasam

ho o
apna banaake
haaye ae ae
aana bhi chaahoon

inmein hamaare dard jawaan hain
jawaan hain
itna bata de
ab tu kahaan hai
kahaan hai
meri jubaan per tera bayaan hai
dil bhi wahin hai
ab tu jahaan hai
jahaan hai

kahaan hai aa mere sanam
aa tera hoon teri qasam
o o apna banaa ke
haaye aa na bhi chaahoon

madhosh waade chaahat ki rasmein
rasmein
toone wafa ki khaayi thhi qasmen
qasmen
dekho kahin bewafa na samajhna
qismat ke maare ko apna samajhna
samajhna

chalaa aa aa mere sanam
aa aa


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“Aaj Ki Raat” (1948) was directed by D D Kashyap for Famous Pictures Productions. The movie had Motilal, Suraiya, Yakub, Leela Misra, Raj Mehra, Anita Sharma, Sangeeta, Shah Nawaz etc in it.
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“Rangeen Raaten” (1956) was directed by Kidar Sharma for Ambitious Pictures. The movie had Chand Usmani, Pesi Patel, Geeta Bali, Mala Sinha, Shammi, Rohit, Bhupendra Kapoor etc in it.
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“Shaadi” (1941) was directed by Jayant Desai for Ranjeet Movietone. The movie had Madhuri, Moti Lal, Khurshid, Ishwar Lal, Dixit, Ghori, Bhagwan Das, Kanti Lal, Bhoopat Rai, Tara Bai, Brijmala, Keshari, Baby Kamla etc in it.
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The Voice of Mukesh #58
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Ah yes, getting back to 1950 and the series of pending Mukesh songs. The film ‘Hanste Aansoo’ has as many as five songs by Mukesh, one being a solo and the remaining 4 are sung in accompaniment of other singers viz. Rajkumari, GM Durrani, Rafi Sb and Shamshad Begum. Of these five songs, four are already posted and today we come to the fifth Mukesh song from this film. And this one is a duet with Lata ji.
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THE VIBRANT 40s (Episode No. 4)
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In this world there are only two things which are certain, the First is CHANGE and the second is DEATH.
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