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Readers farmaishes

Seeing that I receive farmaishes (requests) from my readers , It would be a good idea to have a separate page for that. So here is this page. Please use it to give your farmaishes for songs that you may like me to include in the blog. Just make sure to check that the song asked by you is not yet posted. You may refer to the pages that shows the complete lists of posted songs (by movie/ by music director/by year- as the case may be) for reference.

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In your directory of films,I tried to locate Ranjit Movietone film’ Pardesi'(1942) but could find,this film has some good songs namely one duet,its opening lines Dahiwali hamari gali aiyo kasam tohe Ramji ki’ this song was very popular in those days,we had a HMV gramophone at our home and often use to paly repetitively ,it was good innocent fun!!
I have tried on different links to find this song but could not trace it,if
any of your film enthusiastics/fans have any information about this song.
Thanks again Sir.

Three songs of “Pardesi” (1941) are available in the blog. Some more songs from this movie are available on internet but the song mentioned by you does not seem to be available online as of now.

The three songs of this movie that are available in the blog are:


bas mein karke bebas ka gaye film padmani 1948

I have one song many years old ” aare de daan Choote Grahan ” I only know this line of song .Any help or name of the film will be appreciated.
Shekhar vaishnav

This line is in the song ‘Ae bambu bam bolo’ and this song is in the film ‘ Mausi’. Try on you tube or try the link

D Samant

Please if you have them, i would like to receive more hindi devotional songs (bhajans). Thank you.
Lila Soerjoesing

As many as 209 bhajans have been posted so far.

Can you post the song “Jadon teri duniya…” from the film “Sassi Punnu” (1968)?

This blog is for Hindi movie songs (as defined in HFGK). The movie “Sassi Punnu” (1968) is not a Hindi movie.

Here is a rare song from the movie Sher-e-Baghdad(1957)….I would like to know if this was the first movie where anand bakshi was the lyricist since bhala aadmi came in 1958 and this movie released in 1957….this song though was written and tuned by Jimmy & sung by Geeta Dutt –

Sharma ji,
The above song is written by James singh aka Jimmy and NOT by Anand Bakshi.
What probably was meant by you was a song in film ‘ Silver king’-57 ” Gaadiwaan kheench,zindagi ki gaadi”,which was Bakshi’s FIRST song written as Anand only.

Thanks for the info…i’ve mentioned jimmy as the writer….according to hindigeetmala and myswar there is a song sung by Shamshad Begum called ‘Vale Balle Vayi O Vale Vayi’ written by Anand Bakshi…this was the song i had in mind…but you’ve cleared my doubt…thanks

Can anyone provide any mail id or other contact details of Mr Atul or Arunkumar Deshmukh

It is written in the about page, viz.


The Wiki page for Kabban Mirza has a reference to a song “is pyar ki basti mein/hum rahte hain masti mein/duniyan hamein kya samjhe/duniyan hamein kya jaane” that was supposed to have been sung by Kabban Mirza for the movie Sheeba.

While there is another movie, with almost the same word (Jungle King, 1954, see ), I wondered if there is ANOTHER version of that song that was sung by Kabban Mirza…. May I request that this song, if so sung by Kabban Mirza, be include in the blog?

Thank you

Atul ji,Reference to Kabban Mirza reminds me of the song sung by Kabban Mirza in late sixties, “Unke baghair jee ke Bhala kya karenge hum”. I think it was from Captain Azad. I could not find it on YouTube. In case you have it, lease post.

— Sent from Mailbox

On Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 5:48 PM, atul’s bollywood song a day- with full

Pradeep ji,Kabban Mirza was associated with Jungle King as Assistant Director. I don’t know whether he was the same Kabban Mirza. The singer Kabban Mirza was a part time singer and full time announcer on Vividh Bharati. Those who have listened to Vividh Bharati in late sixties and early seventies may remember him for his easy, friendly manner of speaking. He was less popular than Amin Sayani, but was more natural and his style was laced with gentle humour. Today’s RJs can learn a thing or two from his announcements to avoid the irritating loudness we hear daily on radio.

Neeraj Mittal — Sent from Mailbox

On Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 5:48 PM, atul’s bollywood song a day- with full

Neeraj ji, thank you, I did not know that he (or a Kabban Mirza) was associated with Jungle King. I did, however, know that the rich, humorous voice was that of Mirza saab. As you said, today’s RJ’s tend to be rather intrusively loud.

Kindly check inbox (squarecut.atul@gmail) & reply back

Hello !

I suggest a new category called ‘ Mahabaleshwar Songs ”

Mahabaleshwar & Panchgani, in 1970’s , were cool , pleasant, relaxing & unspoilt .
During those years , a lot of songs were shot there .
The movies were mostly in colour & songs (most of them ) melodious .

Those, like me ,who have seen Mh’shwar in 70’s ,now regret it’s current state.
Anyway, the world has moved .
The duets , with just hero & heroine singing around trees & flowered bushes , are no more.
Neither that Mahabaleshwar-panchgani exist.

Those video songs are the only link to that beautiful hill station .

I can suggest two songs to start with –

Kabhi Raat din hum door the – from ‘ Amne Samne’

Aaye din bahar ke title song.

Both songs have a common location , on the way to Arthure seat point.

Please consider my request.

Can anyone provide any information regarding Actors Shahu Modak & Manhar Desai.

Can anybody please say which film music or song has been used as the signature tune for old Radio Ceylon ” Badalte huwe Saathi”

Hello Atul,

What a Goldmine, this site of yours. Absolutely loving it.

I need some help locating a song. I have been searching for quite a while and I cannot seem to locate it. Google throws up wild suggestion.

All I remember are the first two lines.

yahi khwaish hai tum mujhe dekha karo. Aur meri jaan mai tumhe dekha karl.

It is from a really old movie that aired on Doordarshan in the mid 90s.

I don’t remember its name nor any of its actors. I just thought you might know !

It was also used in an TV Ad sometime in the 2000s.

Looking forward to the gems !

Hello Singhs,
The song you are looking for is the nautanki from Teesri Kasam. While you will get this herd with excellent write up and meaningful intro.,, if you want it immediately you can find it on youtube in my channel “neerajmital”. The song is in two parts, each has a different style and tempo. Here is the link.

Hello Neeraj. what a surprise ! I know the movie and its songs but I never imagined the song was from this Teesri Kasam. Greatly appreciate the help !

I was surprised to see that only three songs out of minimum eight of RK’s Bobby are on the blog. We can hear the remaining on YT but without intro from some one of you we don’t feel like listening.( We then feel that it is our own) Please can you do something ?

D Samant

Recently I watched on YOUTUBE an old Sohrab Modi’s Prithvivallbh film which has some melodious songs, one which I liked ‘Tailap Ki Nagari Mein Jana Nahin,Gana Bajana Nahin’,I have browse your library and could not find any songs of this film, interestingly this film music director were Saraswati Devi and Rafiq Gaznavi,this film was produced in 1943 storey based on famous Gujarati author and politician Sri Kahnaiyalal M Munshi.

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