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“Madmast” (1953) was directed by Jagdish Pant for Sweet Pictures. The movie had Ansari, Nirupa Roy, Shashikala, Shakeela, Sapru, Mukri etc in it.
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“Baabul” (1950) was a Sunny Art Production movie. It was produced and directed by S U Sunny. The movie had Dilip Kumar, Nargis, Munawar Sultana, Amar, A. Shah, Jankidas, H. Pahari, Vinod, Ismail, Nawab Premi, Jugnu, Chandabala, Seema, Meher, Rajbala, Khursheed, Uma Devi (Tun Tun) etc in it.
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“Ye Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke” (1963) was based on a real life story, but the Indian censors, movie makers as well as the Indian audience were not matured enough to deal with the subjet. As a result, the topic got diluted, trivialised and sensdanalised to such an extent that the end product was no longer a faithful representation of the case that this movie was based on. In any case, the movie makers had their disclaimer ready (just in case) that their story bore no resemblence to any persons or incidents.
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Here is one more of those “What ! This song was not yet covered ..” category of song. I was under the impression that this song had long been discussed but I was wrong. Now I realise that I had discussed this song in another of my (by now defunct) blog while discussing rail songs.
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In Hindi movies, there are songs for all occasions including songs meant to assuage the hurt feelings of the beloved. Now, how can one go about assuaging the hurt felings of one’s beloved ? The common and gentlemanly method is to say sorry. But then Hindi movie heroes (like Government employees) :) can never see the errors of their ways and cannot say sorry. Even when they say sorry then do not mean it. In a railway station, one listens to the announcement saying ” The train is running late. We are sorry for the inconvenience”. The announcer hardly sounds sorry while making this announcement.
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When I started this blog,remembering which songs I had posted and which were yet to be posted was easy in the beginning. One could remember it in one’s mind. But as the number of songs increased, I needed to keep track of them, because sometimes ( on two or three occasions) I repeated the same song. Thankfully some of my alert readers pointed this fact out to me, and I replaced the duplicated song with another song.
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Now that I have cleared my backlog of farmaishes from 2008, it is time for me to take up the pending farmaishes of 2009. The oldest farmaish of 2009 that I have not yet posted is from “Sachchaayi” (1969).
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Here is a song from a forgotten movie called “Kal Hamara Hai” (1959). This song is sung by Rafi and picturised on Bharat Bhooshan.
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The golden era of Bollywood music (1950-1980) saw an embarrassment of riches as far as talented music directors were concerned. Among all these music directors, Ravi is one of the lesser known names. But if one looks at his output, he must be regarded as the most successful and most classy music directors.
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As sad songs go, Mukesh was unparalleled. And it is very difficult to say which of his sad songs were the best. In my opinion, appreciation of music is a highly subjective matter, so one should just enjoy it, without trying to rank them or trying to compare them.

This movie ” Chhoti Behan” (1959) had that immortal Rakhi song, “bhaiya mere rakhi ke bandhan ko nibhana”. In this song, the sister Nanda sings the song and ties rakhi on the wrists of her brothers Balraj Sahni and Rahman.
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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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