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Bombay Central Par Gori Tujhse Nazar Jo Chaar Hui

Posted on: January 18, 2015


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.

Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan – 2
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         Bombay Gangout – Part 2
         After the Breakfast.

After having amicably negotiated the breakfast time, the gang members descended again to the secret basement chambers, to start the day’s proceedings in earnest.  I will have to now write a little bit more about Bombay syndicate members, as we were getting more and more familiar with every passing minute.  The most energetic and the most engaging personality of the hour was definitely the IndiaMan.  He has a joke ready for every occasion, for every topic. Let me tell you why I used the epithet – ‘the antithetic patella specialist’ for him.

This thought and idea is based on a small joke that he told about himself. Maybe it was just the act of climbing down the stairs that initiated the discussion on painful knees. He said, he has pain in one of his knees, the right one.  When it appeared for the first time, he went to his doctor, and told him about it. The doctor, in a reassuring way, told him it is nothing to worry about, it is just the age. To which the our IndiaMan responded – “. . . doctor, it IS a matter of worry; it means that my right knee is older in age than my left knee.”  Now please, I am quoting exactly as he said it. Yes, we all had a good laugh too. And then is when the epithet came to my mind (antithetic = different, in variance; patella = knee cap; specialist = of course this is a special situation with him, so – a specialist).

The other thing that I mentioned about him (previous section), is his attention to detail.  He came prepared with everything needed that day; and when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING. Of course he had the comb, and the pen, and the nail clipper in his pockets. Besides that he was carrying two knapsacks, which were really heavy. I mean really heavy, I tried to carry them at the end of the day, as we left the basement chambers. The bags contained a few pairs of small speakers, extra connecting wires, extra cables of all types – USB, mini USB, micro USB, firewire, Apple. . . everyone of them.  He had phone chargers of various kinds.  Of course he had his laptop, the wireless mouse, and all the wireless gadgets to go along with it.  He was carrying multiple extension boards and voltage spike suppressors.  And of course, the power cables to go along with them.  He had mini power supplies of a couple of types.  He had plug adapters that could accommodate all international plug types.  He was carrying USB pen drives of various capacities (these for sets of music that he had brought to present to the gang members).  He was carrying CDs/DVDs and a USB copy maker for them.  I was almost expecting him to fish out a compact longitudinal laser printer and a voltage transformer from his bags.  Plus I was convinced that he also had a standby generator waiting somewhere close to the meeting venue.  And more still.  As we started to setup, and started connecting our laptops and devices to the power points, some of us did not get the electric power connected.  Lo and behold, our IndiaMan put his hand in his shirt pocket and pulled out a mini tester for checking electric current.  Goodness, he was really ready for every requirement for the meeting.

And now, about our friend, NeatInsider. He had come prepared with materials of another type – books, catalogs, song lists and what not. He had his song books with him, that he continuously referred to.  He would leaf through the pages, then a song would appeal to him, and he would instantly break into a singing session, rendering the song for the members present. As the set up etc. was in progress, NeatInsider continued to regale the gathering with his singing.  I think there is one photo in the set taken that day, in which he has his left hand to his ear and the right one stretched, as he tried to balance the raaga and the words. Quite engaging and entertaining.

The setup in progress, we found that the wifi internet was not all that easy to connect.  A call went out for Unvanquished, and he arrived with the assurance and correct instructions.  In a few minutes we finally got online.  The next setup process started – to get the gang connected to the Hangout on Google.  After some guesswork, trials and errors, we were finally able to get the Hangout session started.  During this time, I was continuously getting calls, text messages and emails, as the folks outside Bombay were getting anxious to get connected.  People calling in included Mastermind himself, from his bunker in Bangaluru, Avey-of-Discard, Peevesie’s Mom, dejavu007 et al.  There seemed to be some confusion about the servers on the international internet interaction apparatus.  I sent out invites from Hangout to the folks who were calling, to join the Gangout.  It seemed that finally only the Mastermind got the correct connection within the polling timeframe.  For others, it seemed as if the timing of the invite and their online presence simply did not synchronize.  I got a message later in the afternoon from Avey-of-Discard, that my Hangout invite to him landed on his Yahoo account, while he was checking his gmail account most of the time.  A similar disconnect seems to have happened with Peevesie’s Mom and dejavu007.  Finally, just the Mastermind was able to connect on the Hangout.

At the suggestion of the IndiaMan, the first item of agenda to pay our respects to the family members of certain team members, who had so very recently departed from the mortal world.  In respect and remembrance, we all stood up and observed a meditative silence for one minute.

After the silent minute of respect, we settled down.  The meeting was brought to order, and we initiated the proceedings based on the agenda outline as had been suggested by JSR Moochhwaala.  The first was the round of introductions.  We went around the table, with each member present giving a brief capsule introduction, his/her association with the HFM and also the timing of active gang membership.  SignalTimer being not an initiated gang member so far, just talked about his association and interest in the HFM space.

As this first item of agenda was in progress, the time was also proceeding, and more things happened.  Primarily that more invitees to the meeting, appeared and stepped in to join the table.  The first set of people to join in were the friends of IndiaMan and EverBlessed Comet, and were members of the local groups of music lovers.  Brief intros here; Suresh Chandvankar ji joined along with another associate.  I have already mentioned about him in the previous section.  Another point of interest is that Suresh ji and our IndiaMan had earlier worked together at the TIFR (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research), the place where they were almost simultaneously bug-bitten by the HFM virus, and became lifelong carriers of this infective strain.  As some of us are familiar, once infected, there is no recovery from it, all lifelong.  Then we were joined by another trio – Malti Jahveri ji, Sushila Bhatia ji and her husband Mr. Bhatia.  Then walked in Shri Mohan Joshi.  And I tell you, this was the most interesting addition to the day’s proceedings.  This seemingly quiet and unassuming person turned out to be such a livewire encyclopedia of film songs, information and anecdotes, that completely amazed us all.  For every single song mentioned / sung / discussed during the entire day, Joshi ji has the complete details about its artists and performers, plus very interesting background anecdotes for practically every song.  It was so amazing as well as so informative.  And he informed the gathering that he did not even know how to operate a mobile phone, much less a laptop computer and Facebook.  Everything he knows, is in the live storage system in his brain.  And I must marvel at the query and response speed of his search program – almost instantaneous.

The next person to join was the prize participant for the day.  This is the most secret of our team of deep undercover secret operatives.  Mastermind refers to this agent as ‘Deep Extra Cover’ (synonym for Extra Deep Cover agent).  So very little is known about her.  It is Nahm ji, and the name itself is already an alias that does not need further codification.  The difficulty of identification is built into this alias itself.  As far as I have been able to decipher, this code name itself is structured to say “Na Hum” which literally means “Not Me”.  So you can see, the inherent difficulty in the identification of the persona.  For the record, the secrecy around her identity was so well maintained, that it was many months into her membership of the gang, before the team was even able to figure out the correct gender for this ultra secret agent.  For months on end, all of us kept on addressing her as ‘Nahm Bhai’.  After a many a long exchanges, it somehow leaked out that the persona behind this name is a ‘she’ and not a ‘he’.  Such are the powers of concealment and secrecy that are exercised by this super agent.  Hats off to her.

As all this was in progress, I looked at the time, and realized – our fearless leader would have just landed in Bombay.  I quietly sent out a text enquiry on the mobile.  Sure enough, a confirmation message came back within minutes – that the ‘Eagle Has Landed’.  And as expected, within a short while, our dear Ranchiwaala Gaanewaala appeared at the doors of the underground chambers.  The delight that spread around the team was really delicious.  Everyone was up on their feet, and a very warm welcome was given to him.  Now the quorum was complete, well almost.  And finally our round of introductions would be closed as completed.

The mood that descended upon the meeting was really electric and full of joy.  IndiaMan was in full flow with his jokes and repartees.  EverBlessed Comet and Ben Katie interjected with their quiet remarks rendered with a very straight face and a naughty twinkle in the eyes, that would sometimes have all in peals of laughter.  All were in a great mood.  And of course, NeatInsider would bring in reminders of songs as the discussions progressed.

It was time to take up the next item of agenda.  This was the quiz that was engineered by our dear JSR Moochhwaala.  As is well known within the gang, this quiz is quite a favorite sport of the Mastermind, and it is his way of ensuring the highest level of readiness and alertness of the team members, plus also to detect any wavering minds within the team.  He is a past master at such experimentation, and it is his way to keep the gang razor sharp and in top readiness for any serious international cross-border engagements at all times.  As is well known, these quizzes are camouflaged as trivia questions on films, film personalities and film music.  It may sound trifling to the non initiated, but for the regular gang members, it is a serious matter, on which depends the sustenance of the individual’s gang membership.

At the participants’ request, yours truly took on the quizmaster role, and we went through the very interesting and very informative Q&A prepared for the occasion. The round went on to be the most engrossing item of the day, as there were a great number of very interesting trivia and facts that got revealed, e.g.

–  that five singers have given playback to Raj-Dev-Dilip, the three big heroes of the 1950s/60s– Rafi, Talat, Mukesh, Kishore, Chitalkar

–  that Meena Kumari played the daughter of Jairaj as a child star in ‘Farzand e Watan’ (1939) and his heroine in ‘Magroor’ (1950)

–  that Begum Para made a comeback to film roles after 51 years; last appearance in ‘Pehli Jhalak’ (1955) and then appeared in ‘Saanwariya’ (2006)

–  that the name of the production banner if the film ‘Abhimaan’ (1972) – Amiya Production is formed from the names ofAmitabh and Jaya

–  that Sir Frank Worrel, the famous West Indian cricketer, appeared as himself in the film ‘Around The World’ (1967)

–  that famous writers Gulzar and Javed Akhtar have worked together in just one film ever – ‘Andaz’ (1971), as dialogue writer and screenplay writer respectively

–  that the only picture in which Lata, Asha and Noojehaan sang together is ‘Badi Maa’ (1945)

–  that Dev Anand is the only Indian actor to have played the hero in Hollywood film – ‘The Evil Within’ (1970)

–  that contrary to the well known perceptions, Rafi Sb has sung seven songs for music director Anil Biswas

–  that Noorjehaan did give playback once in her career in India – for Husn Bano in film ‘Duhaai’ (1943)

–  that Shyam and Gope are the only two actors whose end to mortal life came while they were shooting on location (‘Shabistaan’ and ‘Teesri Gali’ respectively)

–  that the last appearance as playback singer for Surendra is in the film ‘Pati Patni’ (1964)

And some more.

This round was the most interesting one, and everybody present participated with lots of energy.  Alas, but we had to close it.  Unvanquished appeared at the door to announce lunchtime.  So we took a break for lunch.

 

Ah, before I miss it and face the risk of being . . ., the Mastermind was very actively with us on the online connection, and participating in all action.  As the introductions round progressed, so did the laptop make a round of the table, so that Mastermind could view each participant, as they got introduced.  I guess, it was more for security than anything else, since Mastermind carries a huge database inside his head, of all the friendly and unfriendly operatives around the world.  Thankfully, for this session, he did not identify any member present as an unfriendly operative.  Then, as the quiz round was in progress, he was actively watching the proceedings, and of course providing crucial inputs at junctures where all gang members were at their wits’ ends.

And so, we took a break for lunch.  I will also take a break with the report narrative at this point, with the assurance that the next post will continue with the lunch machinations and the post lunch endeavors.

And to continue the series of celebrating the Maayanagri, the metropolis that we are all so familiar as Bombay, here is an old and a rare song from the 1962 film ‘Pathaan’.  The film is produced under the banner of Madhubala Productions, and is directed by Ataullah Khan.  Yes, this person is the father of Madhubala, the actress.  The list of actors includes Premnath, Mumtaz, Achla Sachdev, Siddhu, Iftikhar, Bhagwan, Niranjan Sharma, Najma, Jugnu, Lal Bahadur, and Master Shahid.

The interesting thing about this film is the creators of its songs.  The film has seven songs listed.  For these seven songs, five lyricists were engaged, and the music, well that breaks the record – the film credits nine music directors for creating the music.  The lyricists are Aish Kanwal, Anjum Jaipuri, Khawar Zama, B K Puri, Najeem Jaipuri.  This particular song is written by Najeem Jaipuri.  As I tried to search this name, I got no information from any source.  And as far as I could research, the name of this songwriter has not appear anywhere else in the Geet Kosh.  Interesting trivia – this is the fifth “Jaipuri” songwriter listed in the Geet Kosh, the other four being Hasrat Jaipuri, Anjum Jaipuri, Shameem Jaipuri and Hasan Jaipuri.  Now coming to the music directors.  The list of names of the nine people credited for music, is Fakir Muhammad, Jimmy, Asar, Shambhu, Duttraj, Raj Bhushan, David, Brij Bhushan, Shyam Babu.  As expected, some songs of this film are composed by duos of directors, and except for Jimmy who has composed two songs, working solo.  The music for this song is created by the duo of Dutt Raj – Shyam Babu.  Now the name Shyam Babu sounds familiar, and may be the same as Shyam Babu Pathak. But the name Dutt Raj is also completely new for me, and once again, no information yet from any source.

The singing voices are of Mahendra Kapoor and Asha Bhosle.  There are a few other songs that I can recall, which tell the measure of time it takes to fall in love.  This one does too.  And maybe more precisely than any other.  Because it ties the process of falling love with the journey of the Bombay local train, which we all know, are very punctual and very precise.  The glances meet for the first time at Bombay Central, and by the time the train reaches Churchgate, the love is settled in the heart.  Of course with description of the action taking place at the intervening stations of Charni Road and Marine Lines.  They missed out Grant Road – maybe nothing interesting happens at that station.  Now the time for falling in love can be calculated by the journey time from Bombay Central to Churchgate.  But then I realized there has be another caveat to that.  It will depend on whether the journey is on a ‘slow’ train or a ‘fast’ train.  Because I know, sometimes in the evening peak hours, some trains arriving at Churchgate, are also ‘fast’ category, straight from Bombay Central to Churchgate non stop.  So if you are on that train, and this song happens to you, then we can calculate a faster time you took to fall in love.  I request the local Bombay folks to please give us the time estimates, both for the ‘slow’ and the ‘fast’ trains for implementing the ‘mukhda’ of this song.  😀

So, another nostalgic song that takes us around some landmark places in Bombay.  The third ‘antaraa’ (stanza) talks of ‘India Gate’, which I am sure, the reference is to ‘Gateway of India’.  This is also confirmed by the accompanying lines in this stanza.  A completely forgotten, almost lost melody, that I heard for the first time recently.  The songs of film ‘Pathaan’  have been sitting on my hard disk for long, but I played them only recently.  So, second part of the Gangout report, and the second episode of the ‘Bombay’ song series.

Listen and enjoy.

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NOTE:  On popular demand; gang members codification scheme

1 Mastermind [————]
[Top level security; cannot be released without authorization]
2 Raanchiwaala Gaanewaala Atul ji Besra
3 Jabbar Singh Rashtramukh Moochhwaala Arun ji Deshmukh
(also referred in brief as JSR Moochhwaala)
4 IndiaMan Bharat ji Upadhyay
5 Ben Katie Khyati Behn Bhatt
6 NeatInsider Nitin ji Shah
7 EverBlessed Comet Sadanand ji Kamath
8 dejavu007 Pradeep ji Raghunathan
9 Avey-of-Discard Avinash ji Scrapwala
10 Peevesie Spirit of Chaos
[official: no further details]
11 Peevesie’s Mom Peevesie’s Mom
[no furhter details]
12 Nahm ji Nahm ji
[no furhter details]
13 SignalTimer Srinivas Ganti
Also appeared
Unvanquished Ajay
[support staff assigned to the meeting]

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Song – Bombay Central Par Gori Tujhse Nazar Jo Chaar Hui (Pathaan) (1962) Singers – Mahendra Kapoor, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Najeem Jaipuri, MD – Dutt Raj-Shyam Babu

Lyrics

bombay central par
gori tujh se nazar jo chaar hui
charni road par sainyyaan
tujh se meri taqraar hui
marine lines pe jaa ke
pyaar ka shola bhadkaa
aur churchgate pe sainyyaan
bade zor se dil mera dhadkaa
hoye bombay  central par

hawaa ka jhonka aisa aaya
pahunch gaye chowpaaty
pyaar ki naiyya mein baithe
aur ghadi do ghadi kaati
hawaa ka jhonka aisa aaya
pahunch gaye chowpaaty
pyaar ki naiyya mein baithe
aur ghadi do ghadi kaati
mast nigaahen naach uthi
aur khushiyon ki bharmaar huyi
hoye bombay  central par
gori tujh se nazar jo chaar hui
charni road par sainyyaan
tujh se meri taqraar hui
marine lines pe jaa ke
pyaar ka shola bhadkaa
aur churchgate pe sainyyaan
bade zor se dil mera dhadkaa
hoye bombay  central par

pakad ke p1 wahaan se phir hum
pahunche hanging garden
pakad ke p1 wahaan se phir hum
pahunche hanging garden
chehak rahi thi wahaan bulbulen
mehak rahaa thaa gulshan
mast nazaara dekh tabiyat
baagh baagh sau baar huyi
bombay  central par
gori tujh se nazar jo chaar hui
charni road par sainyyaan
tujh se meri taqraar hui
marine lines pe jaa ke
pyaar ka shola bhadkaa
aur churchgate pe sainyyaan
bade zor se dil mera dhadkaa
hoye bombay  central par

khit pit khit pit karte karte
pahunche india gate
mast nazaara dekh wahaan ka
bhar gaya apna pait
khit pit khit pit karte karte
pahunche india gate
mast nazaara dekh wahaan ka
bhar gaya apna pait
taj mahal mein dinner khaayi
duniya phir gulzar huyi
bombay  central par
gori tujh se nazar jo chaar hui
charni road par sainyyaan
tujh se meri taqraar hui
marine lines pe jaa ke
pyaar ka shola bhadkaa
aur churchgate pe sainyyaan
bade zor se dil mera dhadkaa
hoye bombay  central parr. .rr
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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर
गोरी तुझ से नज़र जो चार हुई
चर्नी रोड पे सैंय्या
तुझसे मेरी तक़रार हुई
मैरिन लाइंस पे जाके
प्यार का शोला भड़का
और चर्चगेट पर सैंयां
बड़े ज़ोर से दिल मेरा धड़का
होय बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर

हवा का झोंका ऐसा आया
पहुँच गए चौपाटी
प्यार की नैय्या में बैठे
और घड़ी दो घड़ी काटी
हवा का झोंका ऐसा आया
पहुँच गए चौपाटी
प्यार की नैय्या में बैठे
और घड़ी दो घड़ी काटी
मस्त निगाहें नाच उठीं
और खुशियों की भरमार हुई
होय बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर
गोरी तुझ से नज़र जो चार हुई
चर्नी रोड पे सैंय्या
तुझसे मेरी तक़रार हुई
मैरिन लाइंस पे जाके
प्यार का शोला भड़का
और चर्चगेट पर सैंयां
बड़े ज़ोर से दिल मेरा धड़का
होय बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर

पकड़ के पी-वन वहाँ से फिर हम
पनुंचे हैंगिंग गार्डन
पकड़ के पी-वन वहाँ से फिर हम
पनुंचे हैंगिंग गार्डन
चहक रही थीं वहाँ बुलबुलें
महक रहा था गुलशन
मस्त नज़ारा देख तबीयत
बाग बाग सौ बार हुई
बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर
गोरी तुझ से नज़र जो चार हुई
चर्नी रोड पे सैंय्या
तुझसे मेरी तक़रार हुई
मैरिन लाइंस पे जाके
प्यार का शोला भड़का
और चर्चगेट पर सैंयां
बड़े ज़ोर से दिल मेरा धड़का
होय बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर

खिट पिट खिट पिट करते करते
पहुंचे इंडिया गेट
मस्त नज़ारा देख वहाँ का
भर गया अपना पेट
खिट पिट खिट पिट करते करते
पहुंचे इंडिया गेट
मस्त नज़ारा देख वहाँ का
भर गया अपना पेट
ताज महल में डीनर खाई
दुनिया फिर गुलजार हुई
बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर
गोरी तुझ से नज़र जो चार हुई
चर्नी रोड पे सैंय्या
तुझसे मेरी तक़रार हुई
मैरिन लाइंस पे जाके
प्यार का शोला भड़का
और चर्चगेट पर सैंयां
बड़े ज़ोर से दिल मेरा धड़का
होय बॉम्बे सेंट्रल पर॰रर्र

 

 

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11 Responses to "Bombay Central Par Gori Tujhse Nazar Jo Chaar Hui"

Hellow atul
I enjoy song a day with lyrics but it will be nice if I can listen to it. Could you do something about it,
NAYANTIKA shah

Sent from my iPad

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I hope you can listen to it load and clear.as I did.

Sudhir ji, thanks for amusing narrative of the gangout and the wonderful song!

Sudhir ji,

Excellent write up as expected from you. Waiting for the next.

-JSR Moochhwala.

Excellent and most amusing recap, Sudhir ji.
Looking forward to the next instalment.
Thanks & warm regards,
Avadh Lal

Sudhirji,
You sure going to draw ire from Bharatji posting M Kapoor song especially while covering the Gangout.
By the way Grant Road Station is most interesting where all the patli gallis(Red light areas) are situated
Surprising he did not take Madhubala in the movie. May he was not able to afford her fees!!!! Attaullah Khan was also was Production Controller of Rail Ka Dibba
It was the only movie of Nazeem Jaipuri, Fakir Mohmad Asar and Dattaraj Shyam Babu. Khabsab really scrounged.
BK Puri>Balkishan Puri gave music in Andheri Raat Me Diya tere Haath Me-86, Aage Ki Soch-88

I beg to differ on above post on above post Yeah Hai Bombay Jan – 2 .

I found that you mentioned that 3 Greats Raj–Dev–Dilip only 5 singers gave play back.

Manna Da gave play back to Rajkapoor in Chori Chori and Shree 420

Hemant Kumar Play back for Devanand in many movies as house on 44 .

Mahender Kapoor for Dilip Ji in Gopi.

Dear Prem Bhatia ji,

Thanks for your comment and the inputs. Let me clarify that the intent of this trivia is to list the names of singers who have given playback to ALL three of the Raj-Dev-Dilip trio.

The above three names that you have listed, will not qualify this criteria for having given playback to ALL three.

Best Regards
Sudhir

Thanks, Sudhir Ji,
Can you let me know that which song of Dilip Kumar play backed by Kishore Kumar.

Thanks

Sudhir Ji,

Refer to my earlier comment It just struc to my mind Kishre did gave playback to Dilip sahib in Sangina Mahoto.
Thanks

Haha….another superb post, Sudhirji. You have a knack of describing events in such a manner that one feels the events are playing out in front of one’s eyes. 🙂

Am reading this post only now – sorry, didn’t get to read it earlier. In a way, it is nice to catch up on a post after a while. It brings back memories. I remember being introduced to everyone – it was really nice. And the quiz programme too. Was hugely impressed by everyone’s knowledge. The only answer I got was the Frank Worrell one. 🙂

Now off to read the next one in the series. 🙂

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What is this blog all about

This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where “new” songs are added every day, and that has been the case for over TEN years. This blog has over 15000 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3900 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

15005

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1167
Total Number of movies covered =4107

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Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

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