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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS…Song No. 12…LAST SONG OF THIS SERIES
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Today’s song is a real Gem in this series. In the period 1931 to 1940, there were only 7 unreleased films, out of which information is available on the records of only 3 films. This is/may be because though having records for the film songs issued commercially had started from 1932, it had not caught momentum till late 30s. Madhuri-1932 was the FIRST film for which commercial records were issued with the Film and Singer’s name mentioned on the Record label. Obviously, this film ‘Stove Tragedy’ whose song we are going to enjoy today, must have been made after 1932.

The record information gives the singer’s name as ‘ Miss Sitara’. Now,if you scan HFGK, you will find names of singers like Sitara, Miss Sitara, Sitara Devi, Sitara(Agra) and Sitara Kanpuri. One may wonder if all these Sitaras were one or different persons.

As far as Sitara Kanpuri is concerned, she was a different person. Sitara Kanpuri or Sitara of Kanpur or Sitarabai Kanpurwali was born in Cawnpore(Kanpur-UP) in 1923 in a courtesan’s family and so her father’s name is not known.

She did not have formal schooling, but sang wonderfully. she started singing on Radio. She was an expert in Bhajans,Thumari and Gazals.

W.Z.Ahmed, who was also from Kanpur heard about her singing, heard her once and took her to his office in Bombay. She was so excited that without delay, she put her thumb on the contract put forth.The contract restricted her to sing only for Ahmed’s Shalimar studio productions for 10 years. She sang her first song,’nagari meri kab tak’ in Mann ki jeet-1944 for Neena ( real name Shahida-she was the wife of the brother of Renuka Devi the actress. She was a plain simple house wife,who was lured by Ahmed and made actress Neena and his wife), who was Ahmed’s wife.later she also sang in prithwiraj sanyukta-46 and Meerabai-47.In the free times she was allowed to do private jalsa for her living.

After Partition, Ahmed and Neena left for Pakistan, taking with them the prints of their films(like most others who left India) and Sitara was free to sing free lance now. She sang in Pugree-48, Aparadhi-49 and Rasheed Dulhan -50.

After this she simply vanished into thin air !

Barring just one song from Film ” Vaasanti-1938″, Singer Sitara (Agra) does not appear in the HFGK again(E&OE)- obviously she was a classical singer from Agra.

Talking about the other varieties of Sitaras,I started a search and looked into the interview of Dancer,singer,actress Sitara Devi published in Sharma ji’s Blog ” Beete Hue Din.blogspot.com “. She has recounted the names of her initial films in the interview. Referring to the HFGK again I checked all these films serially. My findings were-

Movie Credited as
First film-Vasantsena -34 Miss Sitara
Second film- Anokhi Muhobbat-34 Sitara Devi
Third film- Shehar ka Jaadu-34 Sitaara
Fourth film- Vengeance is mine-35 Sitaara
Fifth film- Registan ki Rani- 35 Sitaara

From the above data, it is clear that she is the same person using all 3 names mentioned above. Since the singer’s name for today’s song is mentioned as Miss Sitara, this film might have made in or around 1934, when she was calling herself as Miss Sitara. As she became famous as a Dancer, she liked to use Sitara Devi as her name many times. In all her Dance programmes or dance related items,her name always was Sitara Devi.
So much about Sitara, the singer dancer and actress .

The film name ” Stove Tragedy ” evokes nostalgic memories. Kerosene stoves as a kitchen aid, came into use in India around the First or the second decade of the 20th Century. But this was exclusively used by the urban, upfront, higher level families. For most others, it was the traditional Choolhas for cooking. Those of our readers who grew up in the 50s or 60s will definitely remember Kerosene Stoves. It was only in the 70s that the LPG was introduced and became popular and commonly used cooking means. The original first Kerosene stove known popularly as ” Primus ” stove was later replaced by a Wick stove for safety purpose.

This is one reference I found in an old article, “In Hindi, Kerosene is called ‘Mitti ka tel’, meaning oil (out) of the earth. Initially, Kerosene was used in the lanterns for light. In 1892, Frans Wilhem Lindqvist developed the first commercially manufactured portable indoor cooking stove called ‘Primus’. The Primus employs a special burner where a tube is heated by lighting alcohol spirit. The Kerosene is manually pumped into heated tube, where it sprays out of a nipple mixing with air and producing blue hot flame. Primus provided convenience and became popular among low middle class in the urban areas.
During late 1970s, Kerosene wick stove was introduced. In principle, it is similar to the Kerosene space heaters used in United States “

The Kerosene stoves, besides being useful and famous for cooking and heating, were also notorious for accidents. Every now and then, there used to be cases reported in papers about the explosion of Stoves resulting in serious burns and deaths. Also these stoves were the causes where the ladies’ dresses, particularly the Sarees used to catch fire and young housewives would die of burns. Probably, this danger must have prompted invention and introduction of Stoves with Wicks.

The film ‘ Stove Tragedy’ might be a film based on such an accident. Its story is not known,but the title of the film suggests this type of story-line.

I am very grateful to our SUDHIR JI,who was kind enough to offer me this song-with Lyrics-to get included in this series. He even uploaded it on You Tube. So I am concluding this series with this Gem from an unreleased film of 30′s…an Unique distinction for this Blog. Thank you,Sudhir ji for your generosity.

Let us now enjoy this song by Miss Sitara….


Song-So jaa so jaa so jaa (Stove Tragedy)(1934)(UR) Singer-Miss Sitara

Lyrics(Provided by Sudhir)

so jaa so jaa
so jaa re
mere laal kanhaiyaa so ja
so jaa so jaa
so jaa re
mere laal kanhaiyaa so ja
so jaa so jaa
so jaa re ae ae
so jaa so jaa
so jaa re
mere laal kanhaiyaa so ja
haaan
mere laal kanhaiyaa so ja

hmmm hmmm hmmm
hmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm hmmm

maat yashoda jhoola jhulaaven
maat yashoda jhoola jhulaaven
tori aankhon mein nindiya aave
haan
tori aankhon mein nindiya aave
so jaa so jaa
so jaa re
mere laal kanhaiyaa so ja
so jaa so jaa
so jaa re
mere aankhon ke taare so ja

doodh dahi aur maakhan mewa
doodh dahi aur maakhan mewa
bhor hot tu khaave
haa. . .aan
bhor hot tu khaave
so jaa so jaa
so jaa re
mere aankhon ke taare so ja

hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm
hmmm hmmm
hmm hmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm

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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS…Song No. 11
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it is not that Unreleased films were the speciality of the 40s or 50s. on the contrary, the percentage of such films has increased from the last few years. What I learnt from last few days, while working on this series is, that the number of incomplete or unreleased films was the maximum- to the extent of almost running over 100- during the years 70s and 80s. If you see the statistics, you will find that the number of censored films has also increased systematically from 1970 onwards. In 1990, it touched 200 films and thereafter from 2000, it has always been between 200 to 300, touching 250 in 2005.

Many stars and superstars emerged during the 70s and the 80s, like Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan. Almost every producer and the aspirant investors naturally wanted to make films with them. Every week, 4 to 5 films used to be announced with them. Some films even started shooting, but only the experienced and the established sustained in this Rat race and the novices left the movies incomplete. The urge to earn money had become so intense that many completed and censored films got into disputes and court cases, resulting into films remaining unreleased. One can find such films’ lists on Google. Some of the films were released after a gap of 10 to 40 years, between completion/censoring and release time.

Today’s song is from one such film. It was made in 1983 with Raj Kapoor ( his last acted film), joining hands with the thespian Ashok Kumar. This film ran into disputes and was never released. The name of the film is ” CHOR MANDALI “-83. (I find that there was yet another film of the same name in 2006. But it had a different cast).

The film was from Rawal Films. Produced by C.L.Rawal, it was directed by B.L.Rawal, and the Lyrics were by G.L.Rawal. Looks like a family affair. The Music Director was the pair of Kalyanji-Anandji and the cast included Raj Kapoor, Ashok Kumar, Vinod Mehra, Asha Parekh, Rita Bhaduri, Bindu etc etc. I feel that it was way back in a 1950 film ” Bewafa” that Raj Kapoor and Ashok Kumar had acted together. Even that film had released only in 1952, two years after completion.

The plot of the film revolved around a gang of hopeful thieves who attempt a Diamond Heist and Raj and Ashok Kumar successfully foil their attempt. The film was dubbed, completed and censored in 1983, but its release was stalled due to a dispute.

This film had a song sung by Kishore Kumar, Mukesh and Dilraj Kaur. This is not a common combination. However even in ” Amar Akbar and Anthony”-77, Kishore and Mukesh had sung a song together. I first got an audio of this song and then I found an incomplete video also. Mukesh died in 76, Kishore in 87. That means this song must have been recorded either in the early 76 or before that. This indicates how much time this film has taken to go to censors in 1983. Even if this film is released now, I am sure its fate will be the same as ” Love in Bombay ” which was released after 42 years.

The Music Director pair of this film was Kalyanji-Anandji, who had their own place in the HFM. Kalyanji and Anandji were children of a businessman who migrated from Kutch to Bombay (now Mumbai) to start a grocery and provision store. The brothers began to learn music from a music teacher, who taught them in lieu of paying his bills to their father. One of their great-grandparents was a folk musician of some eminence. They spent most of their formative years in the hamlet of Girgaum (a district in Mumbai) amidst Marathi and Gujarati environs and among some eminent musical talent that resided in the vicinity.

Kalyanji started his career as a musician, with a new electronic instrument called the claviolin. which was used for the famous “Nagin Been,” used in the film Nagin (1954) which had the music of Hemant Kumar. Kalyanji then, with his brother Anandji, started an orchestral group called Kalyanji Virji and Party which organised musical shows in Mumbai and outside. This was the first attempt made for holding live musical shows in India.

Kalyanji Anandji’s arrival in the Bombay film industry as music composers was a turning point. When big music directors like S.D. Burman, Hemant Kumar, Madan Mohan, Naushad, Shankar Jaikishan and Ravi were ruling the Hindi film music world – and it was a golden period of film music – it was very tough to make a place amongst them. Still they came and won the hearts and minds of Indian people.

The Bharat Bhushan–Nirupa Roy hit Samrat Chandragupta (1959) was his first film as Kalyanji Virji Shah. Songs like “Chahe Paas Ho” (Lata–Rafi) that are remembered to this day were what made the movie a commercial success. This was followed by his composing music scores for more films like Post Box 999 before Anandji who was assisting him, joined him officially to form the Kalyanji Anandji duo in Satta Bazar and Madari (1959). Chalia (1961) was their earliest major hit. In 1965, two decisive scores, Himalay Ki God Mein and Jab Jab Phool Khile, established them as composers to reckon with.

Kalyanji-Anandji’s variety-studded music is complete with some of the topmost songs of all singers and genres. Both Kalyanji and Anandji worked as music composers for over 250 films, 17 of which were golden jubilees and 39 silver. The factor behind their success is hard work, apart from their talent. They were never self-centered or egoistic. The spiritually inclined brothers opened up a new horizon in Bollywood. They used to put society in front of them and, as a thankful gesture, organised many charitable concerts for NGOs and several charitable institutions in India and abroad with some of the biggest names in Bollywood, like Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Vinod Khanna, Rekha and Sridevi.

They were tireless in discovering new talents and grooming them, as well. Manhar Udhas, Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Sadhna Sargam, Sapna Mukherjee, Udit Narayan, Sunidhi Chauhan, now very popular names, were nurtured as singers and got their first breaks from Kalyanji Anandji. Fellow composers Laxmikant Pyarelal, before becoming famous, worked as music assistants to Kalyanji Anandji.

They helped introduce or gave career defining breaks to lyricists like Qamar Jalalabadi, Anand Bakshi, Gulshan Bawra, Anjaan, Verma Malik and M G Hashmat.

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, their work was introduced to a young Western audience by three albums. Bombay the Hard Way: Guns, Cars and Sitars was a mix album put together by US DJ Dan The Automator; Bollywood Funk was an Outcaste compilation album put together by Sutrasonic DJs Harv and Sunni; while The Beginners Guide To Bollywood was compiled by John Lewis from Time Out magazine. All three of these records concentrated on Kalyanji Anandji tracks from 1970s films that featured funk breakbeats, wah-wah guitars and Motown-style orchestrations. In 2005, The Black Eyed Peas’s “Don’t Phunk with My Heart” used music pieces from two of their songs: “Ae Naujawan” from the 1972 film Apradh and “Yeh Mera Dil” from the 1978 film Don, which won them a Grammy Award.

On 24 August 2000, Kalyanji breathed his last. His era with Anandji will always be remembered for their great contributions. Kalyanji’s dream for training new and young talents and promoting them is carried on today by Anandji in the name of Little Stars.

The composers composed some outstanding songs rendered by the legend Kishore Kumar such as “Jeevan se bhari teri aankhe”, “Zindagi ka safar hai ye kaisa Safar”, “Pal pal dil ke paas”, “Neele Neele Ambar Par”. Their composition called “Pal bharke liye” was used in an episode of The Simpsons. Remixed version of the song “Apni Toh Jaise Taise,” originally from the 1981 film Laawaris was used in 2010 Bollywood film housefull. The Calcutta High Court restrained producer Sajid Nadiadwala from the cinematic use of the song.(Thanks to wiki).

Let us now listen to a song from Unreleased film ” Chor Mandali”-1983,sung by Mukesh,Kishore and Dilraj Kaur…

Audio (Full)

Video (Patrial)

Song-Jaaneman jaane jaan (Chor Mandali)(1983)(UR) Singers-Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Dilraj Kaur, Lyrics-G L Rawal, MD-Kalyanji Aanndji
Kishore Kumar + Mukesh

Lyrics

he ho o o
dekhe tujhe
ke dil ko sambhaala kare ae koi
allah
arre waah re allah miyaan
allah
ek waqt mein kya kya kare koi

jaane man
jaane man
jaane man
jaane jaan
hoja aaj meharbaan
jaane man
jaane jaan
hoja aaj meharbaan
aisi tanhaai kahaan
aur phir
ham bhi jawaan
haan haan
ham bhi jawaan
oy hoy
ham bhi jawaan

jna na na na
na baaba na
arre na na na na
na baaba na
zamaana shor machaayega
zamaana shor machaayega
uyi maa kaun bachaayega

jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega
ye mauqa
ye mauqa
ye mauqa phir na aayega
jaane man
jaane jaan
hoja aaj meharbaan
ho ja aaj meharbaan aan aan
haan

aisi na na karo na khudaara
aisi na na karo na khudaara
bada naazuk hai ye dil hamaara
jhamko teri adaaon ne maara
o hamko teri adaaon ne maara
koi jeene ka de do sahaara

dekho pehli mulaaqaat hai ye abhi
dekho pehli mulaaqaat hai ye abhi
meharbaan honge ham bhi
magar phir kabhi
haan
magar phir kabhi
haan
magar phir kabhi

arre arre arre
ye phirr
ye phirr hai
phirrta jaayega
kya
ye phirr hai
phirrta jaayega
chali aa
na jaane ye phirr kab aayega

na na na na
na baaba na

arre haan haan haan haan
haan haan haan haan
zamaana shor machaayega
uyi maa kaun bachaayega

jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega
ye mauqa
ye mauqa
ye mauqa phir na aayega
jaane man jaane jaan
ho ja aaj meharbaan
ho ja aaj meharbaan aan aan
haan

ye mohabbat ke din hain hamaare
ye mohabbat ke din hain hamaare

haaye hote kabhi ham kanwaare
haaye hote kabhi ham kanwaare
o kab se armaan dil mein hain pyaare
koi hamko bhi apna pukaare
rehne do wo jawaani ke din dhal gaye
rehne do wo jawaani ke din dhal gaye
chalne waale thhe jo teer
sab chal gaye
haan haan
sab chal gaye
oho
sab chal gaye

kya kaha sab chal gaye
arre chadhti hai jawaani ki masti
jitni ye puraani hoti hai
dil zinda ho
to jawaani se
sheerin(?) bhi suhaani hoti hai
kuchh samjhe

hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm
mujhe lagta hai nahin samjhe
hamaara pyaar bataayega
budhaapa rang laayega
hamaara pyaar bataayega
budhaapa rang laayega

na na na na
na baaba na

arre haan haan haan haan
haan haan haan haan
zamaana shor machaayega
uyi maa kaun bachaayega

jo hoga dekha jaayega
jo hoga dekha jaayega
ye mauqa
ye mauqa
ye mauqa phir na aayega
jaane man jaane jaan

nanananana
ho ja aaj meharbaan
nanananana
ho ja aaj meharbaan
haan haan haan haan
nananananana
haan haan haan haan
haaan haaan haaan haaan


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS….Song No. 10
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Today’s song is from unreleased film Naagan. Initially, it was thought that this film was made in the 50s. It was mentioned in the first edition of HFGK Vol III. But later on, when it was discovered that the film songs were recorded much before 1951, its name was removed from the Second edition of Vol. III. The film may have been included in Vol II, latest edition. I don’t know, because I have the First edition of Vol II.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS… Song No. 9
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Today’s song is from the unreleased film, Piyaa-50s, sung by Talat and Nirmala. The Lyricist was Majnoon Lucknowi and the composer was S. Banerjee aka Sushant Banerjee.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS…Song No 8
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Today’s song is from the unreleased film Chetana-53. The song is sung by Mohd. Rafi and chorus.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND- GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS….Song No.–7
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Today’s song is from film Nazrana-40s. It is sung by Shamshad Begum and Chitalkar, under the baton of my favourite composer C.Ramchandra. C Ramchandra started his career with a C grade stunt film ‘ Sukhi Jeevan ‘-1942. By the time he was a known name, Shamshad Begum had already become famous all over India with her songs from Khazanchi and other films. C Ramchandra used Shamshad’s voice for the first time when he sang a duet with her in his first Filmistan film ‘Safar ‘-46.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS… Song No. 6
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” Necessity is the mother of Invention “. For a long time, I took this saying at its face value. Later, however, I was thinking how this ” Necessity ” comes in our life ? I am of the opinion that things of Utility and Convenience create their own necessity for the Human race.
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LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS….Song No. 5
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I have been seeing films and listening to film songs from a very young age,for which I used to get reprimands frequently. I had a habit of noting down everything I felt was important in my life.This also included information and comments on films seen in those days.As I grew up and made extra efforts( like bunking school/college etc) to see old movies. I had an attraction-cum-curiosity about the old films,actors,songs etc. Due to this i was called ‘ The grand old man ‘ at a very young age ! This habit of writing about films continued till the 60s when I decided to concentrate on my Career. I had a heap of notebooks,diaries,and make do exercise books made out of blank pages from old exercise books of past academic years.During my transfers in the job,many were lost,some were left behind and the rest were carried to next destination, despite stiff opposition from you know who.
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LOST AND FOUND- GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS….song No.4
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As said earlier, Hindi film industry is like an ocean. From 1931 till today, thousands of people must have worked in it. One estimate says, from 1931 to 2000, some 7000 actors alone have worked in Talkie films, not counting other categories of artists. Almost 12000 censored films were made. All this is fine, except that no historical records have been kept about the films or its music. Due to this, many controversies have cropped up about actors/singers/songs mainly. Those people who dig up old documents, secure interviews of old artistes and record these for future references are doing a pioneering work. Those who write books, at times do not care to cross check the information they provide in their books, thereby inviting controversies.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

LOST AND FOUND-GEMS FROM UNRELEASED FILMS…..Song No. 3
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Writing on old film songs and that too on unreleased film songs is a very hard job. Firstly, hardly any information is available on Internet or in books. Secondly, controversies crop up on the statements made in the write up. India being notoriously hopeless as far as recording history of films, music or songs is concerned, it is extremely difficult to arrive at a definite and undisputable conclusion. Most artistes of those times are beyond our reach and if anyone is still alive, he may not remember the facts properly due to old age. In my work in this field, I have found that old age artistes either don’t remember or believe firmly in wrong/desired events and timings making a mess of the whole information.
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