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In children’s stories, comics etc, people would eat/ drink some stuff that would give them great strength/ supernatural powers. Who can forget the escapades of Asterix and co, who would drink magic potion prepared by druit Getafix that would give them supernatural powers which they would use to thrash Roman legionnaires.
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While discussing interesting songs from the decade of the 50s, one can not keep away from C Ramchandra’s films. In the early 1950s, Chitalkar was in great demand and his films were becoming popular because of his songs. Of course, there were films like Jhanjhar-53 and Ghungroo-52, which did not become hits in spite of good songs.
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“Leela” (1947) was directed by Dattaram N Pai for Filmistan. The movie had Shobha, Kanu Roy, Veera, V H Desai, Agha, Leela Mishra, Krishnan Kutty, B M Dixit, Satyanarayan, Sunalini Devi etc in it.
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“Chhaila Baabu”(1967) is often confused with “Chhaila Baabu”(1977). While the later was a Rajesh Khanna movie, “Chhaila Baabu”(1967) was a small budget movie that began in early 1960s. Financial and other thoubles delayed its release and it was finally released only in 1967.
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“Paighaam”(1959) was produced and directed by S S Vasan for GeminiPictures, Madras. The movie had Dilip Kumar, Vyjyanti Mala, Raj Kumar, Pandhari Bai, Motilal, B Saroja Devi, Johny Walker, Minu Mumtaz, Vasundhara Devi, Protim Devi, Bannerji, Mukherji, Shivraj, Sitalaxmi, Ishwarlal, Pushpmala, Master Gopi, Karupayya, Radjha, Madhavan, Amar, Kamal Krishn etc in it.
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“Ustaad Pedro”(1951) was produced by Sheikh Mukhtar and directed by Harish for Omar Khayyam Films Bombay. The movie had Sheikh Mukhtaar and Begam Para in lead roles along with Mukri, Shammi, Sapru, Ansari, Sunalini Devi, Chaman Puri, Agha also in it.
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Many of the music directors of the the Golden era and the pre- golden era were competent singers as well. They sang mostly in their own films, but sometimes they also sang under the batons of other music directors. Today’s song, a qawwaali from “Samrat”(1954), is one such song, where C Ramchandra sings for Hemant Kumar. Rafi and chorus accompany C Ramchandra in this song.
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Today’s song is from Safar-46. It was a Filmistan presentation which was the first film of C.Ramchandra in this company.

C.Ramchandra had worked in Jayant Desai Productions for the previous three years. He gave 5 jubilee films, Bhaktaraj-43,Zabaan-43, Manorama-44, Lalkaar-44, and Samrat Chandragupta-45 for this production house. He was getting only Rs.300 as salary. He had got married and needed more money now.
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We return to the ‘ Melody yatra of the 50s ‘ with yet another song from film Nadaan-51. This film was made by M and T Films, Bombay. Directed by Heera Singh, it was produced by S R Bhattacharya. The Chic Chocolate was the music director. In the credits of the film it was mentioned that the music was given under the “supervision” of C.Ramchandra. The cast of the film was Madhubala, Dev Anand,Mubarak, Madan Puri, Manmohan krishna, Sunalini Devi etc etc.
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GIRLS SCHOOL (1949) was produced under the banner of Lokmanya Productions ( a joint venture of Kavi Pradeep and Amiya Chakraborty). The film was directed by Amiya Chakraborty. Interestingly, one of the assistant directors for him in this film was Guru Dutt. The star cast included Geeta Bali, Sohan, Sajjan, Shashikala, Mangala, Ram Singh, Vimla Vashisht etc. Amiya Chakraborty has been known to produce/direct socially relevant films which he must have got this legacy from his association with Bombay Talkies.
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