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“Gokul Ka Chor”(1959) was produced by Sharad Pai and directed by Vasant Painter for Roopvani Films, Bombay. This partially colour film had Kumkum, Romi, Heeralal, Manorama, Mohan Choti, Ratnamala, Vasantrao Pahalwan, Lalit Kapoor, Pal Sharma, Madhav Kale, S K Shukla, Vishwas, Madhu Apte, Sulochana etc in it.
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“Maala”(1941) was produced by Prakash Pictures and was directed by Mahendra Thakur and P.Jairaj (actor). The movie had Miss Rose, Jayant, P Jairaj, Nazir, Heera, Lallu Bhai, Daya bai, Munshi Khanzar etc. in it.
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“Prem Nagar”(1940) was was produced and directed by M Bhavnani. The movie had Bimla Kumari, Ramanand, Husn Bano, Rai Mohan, Fanty Prasad, Nagendra, Girish, Salu, Sheil Prabha, Gulzar etc in it.
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“Geet” (1944) was produced by A R Kardar and directed by S U Sunny. The movie had Chanda, Shahu Modak, Nirmala, Amir Ali, Shakir Ali, A Shah, Zahid Ali etc in it.

Seven songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the eighth song from “Geet”(1944) to appear in the blog.
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Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 20
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Just in his early twenties, he was already managing a music school in Lahore.  And HMV had already released a few records of non-film songs composed by him.  In 1944, he was twenty eight, when he headed to Bombay, with aspirations to be a music director in the film industry.

Remembering Hansraj Behl on the anniversary of his passing away (20th May).
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This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 17
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The versatility of a writer, especially a song writer, is a direct reflection of his well rounded awareness and understanding of the many aspects of this life and the society that we live in.  Getting into the industry, and writing for the regular social and romantic themes is one level of expertise.  The next dimension to that is to move away from the conventional lines and create unusual verses.  Like the path breaking new sounds that RD Burman created in the 1970s.  An example of a neo+ song that comes to mind is the striking “Dam Maaro Dam” from the 1971 film ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’.  The theme and the expressions in this song, well reflect the then ongoing hippie ‘revolution’ that had swept around the globe, starting from west in the second half of 1960s, and making its way east, as an undefined quest.  The song represents the moods of rebel thoughts that drove this movement.  Taking in the changes that were coming along with the newer generations, Anand Bakshi wrote the simple lyrics of this song, that at one time, had become the signature beat for the hippie people.

Remembering Anand Bakshi, on the day of his passing away today (30th March).
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“Life is short but art and for that matter music is permanent. There is no death of a true art and so is it with music.”

These are the words of one who is known as the ‘Gentleman Musician’ amongst the community of music directors and musicians, both in Bombay and in Calcutta.  Vistas Ardeshir Balsara – a name that is part of a long list of very talented musicians, whose contributions to the making of the film music has been immense.  These musicians, instrumentalists and arrangers, most of whom were  experienced and capable of being music directors in their own right, rarely got to appear in the limelight and be recognized for their work.  V Balsara is one such gifted musicians who did get the opportunity to step out from behind the curtain, and be known for his art.  I am sure all will remember the iconic song “Ae Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal” (‘Daag’, 1952) in all its flavors.  The piano accordion in this song is played by him.

Remembering V Balsara on the anniversary of his passing away (24th March).
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“Gawaiyya”(1954) is a forgotten movie and not much is known about it. This movie was directed by Seth Rambachan and workers. The movie had Surendra, Sulochana Chatterji, Vijayalaxmi, Sundar, Sapru, Heera Sawant, Kumkum etc in it. Here is what Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia, has to say about this movie:
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“Aaj Kal” (1934) is one of the earlier Hindi talkies. It was directed by R S Chaudhary for Golden Mohar Sound Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Jal Merchant, Shanta Kumari, Ghulam Mohammad, Mohammad Hadi, Armelene (Sudha Bala), Baba Vyas, Afzal Bai etc in it.
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This is a tale of a classical vocalist par excellence who chose the bliss of marital life over money and fame through umpteen classical music soirees. Sukoon (peace of mind) was the main motto in her life which, in her view, cannot be compensated by money and fame. The name of the classical vocalist was Roshanara Begum who rendered mainly in Kirana gharana style.
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