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Today (21 september 2014) is the 88th birth anniversary of Noorjahaan (21 september 1926-23 december 2000). It is an event that may have gone largely unnoticed in Indian media (I am not sure because I do not watch news on TV. Going by the faceboook groups that I frequent, only one site recalled this event. It was through that site that I came to know of this date being the birth anniversary of Mallika e Tarannum.
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“Mirza Sahiban”(1947) was directed by K Amarnath for Madhukar Pictures. Trilok Kapoor and Noorjehan were the lead pair in the title role of Mirza and Sahiban respectively. Other cast included Roop Kamal, Amir Bano, Gope, Baby Anwari, Cuckoo etc.
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” GEMS FROM THE MIGRATORS “…….Song No. 1 (New Series).
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Pakistan and India are two hostile neighbours in the South Asian Region, who vie with each other in a few fields. A great deal of excitement gets generated on either side of the border whenever the national teams to the two countries face off in cricket (these days) and Hockey (in the past).
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“Dil”(1946) was directed by S F Hasnain. The movie had Noorjahaan, Abdul Latif, Baby Zubaida, Amina etc in it.
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Today (15 august 2013) is the 66th Independence day of India. On this occasion, here is a patriotic song from 1946 when India had yet to acquire her independence.
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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.

In the last few days, I have been looking for songs composed by Shyam Sundar, the forgotten music director of 40s and early 50s. Whenever I think of him, the name of another forgotten music director Sajjad Hussain creeps in my mind. If Shyam Sundar was called a genius music director, Sajjad Hussain was called an original music director by none other than Anil Biswas, the ‘Bheeshm Pitaamah’ of Hindi film music. Despite these superlatives against their names, Shyam Sundar and Sajjad Hussain composed music for only 20 and 17 Hindi films respectively in their careers. This works out to on an average 2 films per year for Shyam Sunder (1943 to 1953) and less than 1 film per year for Sajjad Hussain ( 1944 to 1977). One common reason attributed for their musical output not being commensurate with their talents was that both were short tempered and perfectionist to the extent that they were uncompromising which was not to the liking of producers/directors of the films.
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Hindi movie titles are often like comets that visits us at periodical intervals. For instance, the title “Dost” seems to get repeated once every decade. We have had movies with this title in 1944, 1954 and 1974. We did not have a movie of the title “Dost” in 1964, but we had “Dosti” in 1964 !
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This blog had songs from “Naadaan”(1951) and “Nadaan” (1971). It turns out that a movie of the same title was also released as early as 1941. Very little information is available about this movie. This movie was directed by Zia Sarhadi. The movie had Aman, Noorjahaan, Masood etc in it.
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“Badi Maa” (1945) was a Praful Pictures production. It was produced and directed by Master Vinayak. The starcast was Noorjahan, Ishwarlal, Yakub, Meenakshi, Sitara Devi etc.
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“Jugnu” (1947) was a major Hindi movie in many ways. It was Noorjehaan’s last Hindi movie. It was this movie which gave us Dilip Kumar, who till then was a struggler. Noorjahaan acting opposite Dilip Kumar gave Dilip Kumar’s career a big fillip and he never looked back since.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

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