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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5083 Post No. : 17007

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe’ (1984).

One song from this movie has been posted on the blog by our Respected Sadanand ji, – “Dil Ki Is Dehleez Tak Jo Mehmaan Ban Ke Aaye“. In his write up Sadanand ji has mentioned Indian cricket and Bollywood both enjoy enormous popularity among Indians”. Yes! Very rightly said by him and this has the case been with most of our country-men and particularly people like me who have grown up in the ‘seventies’. We loved movies and cricket at the same level and they have been an integral part of our ‘life’s journey’.

Today I will add a little to the nostalgia about cricket, a song from a movie where a cricketer was the main lead and memories of the month of June. As I had mentioned earlier ‘June’ has been special month for me for many reasons. It has birth anniversaries and other anniversaries of closed ones and many other important things of my personal journey.

Other than the personal anniversaries we have anniversaries related to cricket 😊, anniversary of my passing out board exam in June 1983 😊, and anniversaries of many movies and memories of many movies released in 1983. We have birth anniversary and remembrance days of many artists etc.

1983 had been a special year for me and particularly the summer of 1983. Every summer brings back many memories of the 1983 summer to me. India won its first Cricket World Cup in June 1983. The movie ‘83’ which was released in December 2021 revived the thrill and nostalgia of the 1983 cricket world cup. I watched this movie twice on its First day (i.e. first Friday) and again on ‘second Friday’ in theater. Recently again I watched this movie on OTT as I was alone at home 😊.

In this article I am not going to discuss the ‘Summer of 1983’ or ‘June of 1983’ anymore. But I will be taking you back to the summer of 1982. Indian cricket team was on tour to England in that summer of 1982.

Yes, I still remember how I jumped out of my bed, when I was listening to the commentary of radio of the second test of India vs England Test match that was played from June 24 to 28 at Manchester during India’s tour of England in 1982. It was 27th of June (since 1994 this day become very special day of my life, and yes, we have Pancham’s birthday on the same day too  😊).

27th June, 1982 was the fourth day of this test and the time in India then must have been around 10 or 10:30 pm (I do not remember it exactly now). I was lying down on bed and listening to the commentary of this match on radio. And I jumped from my bed and sat on my toes in half standing position when the commentator was giving a ball by ball commentary of the over England’s bowler Bob Willis (who was also the captain of England). The batsman on strike was India’s Sandeep Patil. The first ball was hit for a four and then followed four after four…

This was the famous ‘six fours of Sandeep Patil in an over…

Sandeep Patil made his test debut in 1980 and played his last ODI in 1986. He was always in news for his ‘destructive batting’ and ‘other than cricket’ activities. From cricket I always remember his 174 against Australia, then the ‘world cup’, and when he was specially called for a test with Pakistan at Nagpur (Oct’1983) where he landed by a special ‘air-craft’ provided Maharashtra Government.

In between his cricket career he had also done a movie. Today we are going to listen to a song from this movie. Though this movie was not a success it was in news and especially the chemistry between Sandeep Patil and the heroine of the movie Debashree Roy was a talk among our senior friends at that time. I have not watched this movie.

‘Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe’ was directed by Vijay Singh for VS Productions, Bombay. Vijay Singh not only directed this movie, but he was also the producer of this movie and had written dialogues of this movie and had done the editing of this movie too. The star cast of the movie has Poonam Dhillon, Sandeep Patil, Debashree Roy, Ram Sethi, Iftekhar, Ramesh Deo, Seema Deo, Narendra Nath, Birbal, Jugnu, Raj Anand, Chunnu Mehra, Vinay Mandke, Indrajeet Ahluwalia, and others. Sayyad Kirmani, Barrister Sheshrao Wankhede, Prabhu Desai, Vishwas Raut, Ashok Mankad, and Pinki had made a friendly appearance in this movie. Shakti Kapoor had made a guest appearance in this movie.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 25.09.1984.

The movie has seven songs written by two songwriters – Dev Kohli (five songs) and Ravindra Peepat (two songs). Music for this movie was composed by Vijay Singh himself. So, he had donned the ‘hats’ of Producer-Director-Editor-Dialogue writer and Music Director of this movie). Here is the list of songs of this movie.

S.No. Song title Lyricist Singer/s
01 Welcome To The Orkay Nite … Pehli Nazar Mein Pyaar Huaa Dev Kohli Suniti Devi, Vinay Mandke, Aenet, chorus
02 Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe Zameen Aasmaan Ye Ravindra Peepat Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar
03 Aa Ja Mere Sanam, Baithhe Hain Raahon Mein Palken Bichha Ke Ravindra Peepat Lata Mangeshkar
04 Dil Ki Is Dehleez Tak Jo Mehmaan Ban Ke Aaye Dev Kohli Lata Mangeshkar
05 Geet Mere Honthhon Ko De Gaya Koi Dev Kohli Lata Mangeshkar
06 Is Dafaa Ham Na Ghataaon Ki Tarah Chhaayenge Dev Kohli Lata Mangeshkar
07 Dil Ki Is Dehleez Tak Jo Mehmaan Ban Ke Aaye Dev Kohli Ashok Khare

HFGK mentions the following names in the singer’s list of this movie i.e. Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Suniti Devi, Ashok Khare, Vinay Mandke, and Vijay Singh. Today’s song is duet song sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar and on screen it is lip synced by Poonam Dhillon and Sandeep Patil.

Lyrics for the today’s songs are by Ravindra Peepat and music is composed by Vijay Singh.

As Sadanandji has mentioned in his post “The only plus point in the movie, if I may say so, is its music”. This movie has nice songs and I like all the songs of this movie except the songs listed at serial no. 1 in the above table which I think I had not listened or I do not remember it. Incidentally the first song from this movie was also posted in the month of June on 18.06.2016 :).

Let us enjoy the today’s song now…

Video

Audio

Song – Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe Zameen Aasmaan Ye (Kabhi Ajnabi Thhe) (1984) Singer – Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Lyrics – Ravindra Peepat, MD – Vijay Singh
Lata Mangeshkar + Suresh Wadkar

Lyrics

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe

barsaat ye
pyaar ki
na rukegi
ab to ghataa
aur neeche jhukegi
barsaat ye
pyaar ki
na rukegi
ab to ghataa
aur neeche jhukegi
barson ki pyaasi
ye dil ki zameen hai
chal bheeg jaayen
jannat yahin hai

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe

takdeer ke
faisle kaise kaise ae
shuru ho gaye
silsile kaise kaise
takdeer ke
faisle kaise kaise ae
shuru ho gaye
silsile kaise kaise
aayee bahaarein
aane se tere
khile gul hazaaron
gulshan mein mere

kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye ae
tera haath thamaa jo
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe

aa ha ha ha ha
hoon hoon hoon
oh ho o o o o
o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa aa
o o o o o o o
aa aa aa aa aa aa

saajan mere
haath thaame hi chalna
rasta nayaa
har kadam pe sambhalna
saajan mere
haath thaame hi chalna
rasta nayaa
har kadam pe sambhalna
thokar lage to bhi
kuch gham nahi hai
saath jo mere
tu hamnasheen hai

kabhi ajnabi thhe
aa aa aa aa aa aa
zameen aasmaan ye
aa aa aa aa aa aa
tera haath thaama jo
aa aa aa aa aa aa o o o
huye meharbaan ye
kabhi ajnabi thhe
kabhi ajnabi thhe
zameen aasmaan ye
tera haath thaama jo
hue meharbaan ye

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm

 


This article is written by nahm, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4430 Post No. : 15859 Movie Count :

4364

Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma, one halfof the music director Laxmikant-Pyarelal was born on 03/09/1940. So that makes this 80th Birthday of the one of the most proficient, successful and talented musicians of the golden era of hindi film music. It is a well-known fact that both Laxmikant and Pyarelaljistarted their career as players of music instruments in the song recordings. If I am not mistaken, Pyarelalji, was a violinist.

‘Most proficient’ in the film industry’s history is the correct tag for Laxmikant-Pyarelal as they are the composers with the highest no. of songs composed which stands at 2901, in the blog’s stats page.

Laxmikant Pyarelal started as music directors in 1963, they hit the jackpot with Dost (1964). What followed is history, with awards, accolades and they never looked back. They are on record as loyalists of Rafi Sahab till his lifetime, who also sang maximum no of songs for them.

The achievements and success are too many, for me to start listing them. But their association with Anand Bakshi is the longest one, and must be the biggest such combo. I would guess the total songs composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal may have around 2000 written by Anand Bakshi.

On this birthday occasion , I am presenting the song from the film Krodhi (1981), by this very same team/combo of Lakshmikant-Pyarelal with AnandBakshi. The singers are Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar. The was a multi-starrer film by Subhash Ghai. The starcast was Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Maushmi Chatterjee, Zeenat Aman, Shashi Kapoor etc and of course the love birds in the song, Sachin and Ranjeeta. The four songs of the film, which I remember are all nice one’s. But the movie is making a debut here on the blog with this song.

I have seen the movie, so can give a little outline of the story. Dharmendra is a gangster or smuggler, Zeenat Aman works for him and has a lot of regard and respect for him, as he has helped her a lot with the responsibilities. Zeenat Aman meets Shashi Kapoor (Police Inpector ?) at her sister’s wedding. Zeenat Aman and Shashi Kapoor get married, but Shashi Kapoor is not aware of the connection between Zeenat Aman and Dharmendra. The police is looking to arrest Dharmendra but he escapes and takes shelter in a village, where people mistake him for a godman or sadhu. Dharmendra adopts the disguise to escape the police. Sachin and Ranjita are the two characters who don’t make much difference to the story.

In the song, which Sachin and Ranjita are singing in the garden ‘Chameli baagh”, Dharmendra is looking on, and I think later on he helps them in some way or they are both murdered, by the villains. Dharmendra is also reminded of his late wife Maushmi Chatterjee while watching the song. Lata Mangeshkar is play backing for both Ranjita and Maushmi in the song.

The sort of word play which was a signature of Laxmikant Pyarelal and Anand Bakshi songs, is visible in this song.

Audio

Video

Song-Chal chameli baagh mein mewa khilaaungaa (Krodhi)(1981) Singers-Suresh Wadkar, Lata, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal
Both

Lyrics

chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal
chal

chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa
chal chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa
chal chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa
mewe ki tehni toot gayi to o
chaadar bichhaaunga
chaadar ka pallu phat gayaa to
darzi bulwaaungaa
darzi ki suyee toot gayi to o
ghodaa daudaangaaaa
ghode ki taang toot gayi to to
to to to to

to tum ko uthhaaungaaaa
dil mein bithhaaungaa
chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa
chal chameli baagh mein
mewaa khilaaungaa aa

itnaa sab kuchh kar ke
phir dil mein bithhaaugey ae
itnaa sab kuchh kar ke
phir dil mein bithhaaugey ae
pehle se hi dil mein bithhaa lo
tum thhak jaaogey ae
tum thhak jaaogey ae
tum thhak jaaogey ae
chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
jhoolaa jhulaaungi ee ee
chal chameli baagh mein
jhoolaa jhulaaungi ee

jhoole ki rassi toot gayi to
aanchal bichhaaungi
aanchal ka pallu phhat gaya to
see kar dikhaaungi
suyee jo mujh ko chubh gayi
hans kar manaaungi
hans kar jo tum na maane to
ro kar dikhaaungi
tum ko manaaungi
tum maan jaaoge
main roothh jaaungi
tum maan jaaoge
main roothh jaaungi ee

chal chameli
chameli baagh mein
panchhi dikhaaungaa aa
chal chameli baagh mein
panchhi dikhaaungaa aa

panchhi daali se udd gaye to
seeti bajaaungaa
seeti se bhi na wo udey to
bansi bajaaungaa
bansi jo gir ke toot gayi to o
main geet gaaungaa
geeton mein tum ko pyaar ki
baaten sunaaungaa
baaten sunaaungaa
din raat phir tum ko main
yaad aaungaaaa
din raat phir tum ko main
hmmm mmm
yaad aaungaaaa
hmmm mmm

yaad na aana
warna mujh ko
neend na aayegi ee
aakhon hi aankhon mein saari
raat jaayegi ee

chal chameli baagh mein
chori se jaayenge
chal chameli baagh mein
chori se jaayenge
chori se maali ki sabhi
kaliyaan churaayenge
kaiyaan churaa ke teraa
gajra banaayenge
ye to socho o o
kya hogaa jo
pakde jaayenge
pakde jaayenge

pakde jaayenge
pakde jaane se pehle to ham
bhaag jaayenge
pakde jaane se pehle to ham
bhaag jaayenge ae
chal chameli baagh mein
ham mewaa khaayenge


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day : 3894 Post No. : 14933

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2009-19) – Song No. 18
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‘Pyaasa Saawan’ (1981) is one of the lovely reminders of those movie watching days, when we were (for me) watching movies either with elders in the family or with siblings and cousins or sometimes together with all. Those were the days when movie watching was the biggest attraction after ‘print media’, ‘radio’, and ‘cricket’ (for me).

To be a ‘fan’ of ‘Rajesh Khanna’ was still a year or two in the future to happen.

Another reminder of this movie are of course its songs. Particularly ‘Megha Re Megha Re’ and ‘Tera Saath Hai To’. Other songs of this movie were also good and they were frequently played on radio or loudspeakers.

The first song from this movie to be posted on the blog was ‘Tera Saath Hai To’. It was ten years ago, on 17.03.2009 and so far, no comment appears on this song on the blog. However, and that is another reason for this article of today, this song was covered only with one version and i.e. the female version sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Whereas, the song is a ‘multiple version’ song and the male version is sung by Kamlesh Awasthi. I am also sharing the lyrics for this male version of the song with a request to our ‘Editors’ to please update this in the ‘main post’. Also, the third stanza in the ‘female version’ was not included in the post of 17.03.2009, which I have included in full lyrics and would request Shri Atul ji and Shri Sudhir ji to kindly update in this song’s post.

Now coming back to the ‘ten-year challenge’ – 2009-2019 – the other movies represented on the blog that day i.e. on 17.03.2009 were;

  • ‘Dost’ (1974) (all songs have already been covered and needs to painted ‘red’)
  • ‘Deewaana’ (1992)
  • ‘Manchali’ (1973)
  • ‘Parwana’ (1971)
  • ‘Baat Ek Raat Ki’ (1962)

All the above movies except ‘Deewaana’ and ‘Pyaasa Saawan’ have already been covered for their all songs on the blog and Yippeeee’ed 🙂

‘Pyaasa Saawan-1981’ was directed by Dasari Narayan Rao for Tirupati Pictures Combine, Bombay. It was produced by Prasan Kapoor (brother of actor Jeetendra) and as such it was Jeetendra’s home production. Dasari Narayan Rao had also written the story and screenplay of this movie. Dialogues of this movie were written by Raj Baldev Raj. Editing of this movie was done by GG Krishna Rao. This movie was passed by Censor Board on 20.08.1981.

The film has Jeetendra (in double role), Moushumi Chatterjee, Reena Roy, Deven Verma, Madan Puri, Asha Lata, Javed, Duggal, NS Bedi, Prem Kumar, Umesh Khanna, Ashok Saxena, Babloo, Babban, Raghvaiyya, Ashok Shivpuri, Heera, Billi, BA Subba Rao, Mahmood Khan, and Verma. Vinod Mehra and Aruna Irani make a special appearance in this movie, and Kumar Aditya makes a guest appearance.

This movie has six songs (including one multiple version song). All its songs are written by Santosh Anand and music is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. Asha Bhonsle, Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar and Kamlesh Awasthi had given their voices to the songs in this movie.

Three songs of this movie have been posted on the blog earlier and third, other than the two mentioned above is ‘O Meri Chhamak ChhalloThe song being posted today is the fifth song from this movie and that considering of the updating of the multiple version song.

All the songs from this movie were quite good songs and enjoyable songs – ‘Megha Re Megha Re’ and ‘Tera Saath Hai To’ are the ones which I liked most. Though I had watched this movie then I did not remember it completely and as I was preparing for this article I was recollecting its story and other songs. As Atul ji has mentioned in his post while presenting the first song from this movie on the blog, the movie reminds of the ‘Chadamama’ stories. Yes of course!!

Because here we see a Father becoming wealthier after lot of struggle and hard work and though neglecting his wife in the process of accumulating wealth and losing her up brings his only son with lot of love. And when once he has to attend the birthday celebration of this son, and he didn’t get a ticket in the flight (no advance booking may be 🙂 ) he orders his secretary to ‘charter a plane’ and finally reaching only to see that his son is not at home but enjoying in a club. . . (To be concluded 🙂 )

The son also finds himself in a similar situation like his father, when he takes over the family business and his marriage comes to a stage of ‘divorce’. But finally the Father saves it all and we have a ‘happy ending’ there 🙂

Let us now enjoy the today’s song sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar. Lyrics are by Santosh Anand and it is composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal. On screen it is performed by Jeetendra and the beautiful Reena Roy!!

Audio

Video

Song – In Haseen Waadiyon Se  (Pyaasa Saawan) (1981) Singer – Suresh Wadkar, Lata Mangeshkar, Lyrics – Santosh Anand, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Suresh Wadkar + Lata Mangeshkar

Lyrics

in haseen waadiyon se
in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
churaa len to chalen

itnaa badaa gagan hai
do chaar sitaare
churaa len to chalen

churaa len to chalen

in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen

kahin koi jharna ghazal gaa raha hai
hmm
kahin koyi bulbul taraana sunaaye
hmm
yahaan haal ye hai
ke saanson ki lai par
khayaalon mein khoya badan gungunaaye

kahin koi jharnaa ghazal gaa rahaa hai
kahin koyi bulbul taraana sunaaye
yahaan haal ye hai
ke saanson ki lay par
khayaalon mein khoya badan gungunaaye

in lazeej jhurmuton se
do chaar sharaare churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen

in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
churaa len to chalen

hamaari kahaani shuru ho gayi hai
hamaari kahaani shuru ho gayi hai
samajh lo jawaani shuru ho gayi hai
kayi mod hum ne tay kar liye hain
nayi zindagaani shuru ho gayi hai
in madbhare manzaron se
do chaar sahaare
churaa len to chalen

churaa len to chalen
in haseen waadiyon se
do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
itnaa badaa gagan hai
do chaar sitaare
churaa len to chalen

churaa len to chalen

in haseen
in haseen
waadiyon se
waadiyon se

do chaar nazaare
churaa len
to chalen
churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen
churaa len to chalen

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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इन हसीन वादियों से
इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें ए

इतना बड़ा गगन है
दो चार सितारे चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें 

इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें ए तो चलें

कहीं कोई झरना ग़ज़ल गा रहा है
हम्म
कहीं कोई बुलबुल तराना सुनाये
हम्म
यहाँ हाल ये है
के साँसों कि लय पर
ख्यालों में खोया बदन गुनगुनाये

कहीं कोई झरना ग़ज़ल गा रहा है
कहीं कोई बुलबुल तराना सुनाये
यहाँ हाल ये है
के साँसों कि लय पर
ख्यालों में खोया बदन गुनगुनाये

इन लजीज झुरमुटों से
दो चार शरारे चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें ए तो चलें
इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें ए तो चलें

हमारी कहानी शुरू हो गयी है
हमारी कहानी शुरू हो गयी है
समझ लो जवानी शुरू हो गयी है
कई मोड़ हमने तय कर लिए हैं
नयी जिंदगानी शुरू हो गयी है
इन मदभरे मंज़रों से
दो चार सहारे ए चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें
इन हसीन वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे चुरा लें
तो चलें ए 
चुरा लें तो चलें ए

इतना बड़ा गगन है
दो चार सितारे ए चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें

इन हसीन
इन हसीन 
वादियों से
वादियों से
दो चार नज़ारे
चुरा लें
तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें 
चुरा लें तो चलें
चुरा लें तो चलें

 


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‘Hero’(1983) was produced and directed by Subhash Ghai for Mukta Arts Limited, Bombay. Introducing newcomer pairs in lead roles was the in thing those day. It had started with ‘Bobby’(1973), which was followed by ‘Love Story’(1980), ‘Rocky’(1981) and then ‘Betaab’(1983).
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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.

“Vijay”(1988) was produced and directed by Yash Chopra. The movie had Anupam Kher, Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini, Rishi Kapoor, Sonam(Introducing), Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Sheshadri, Gulshan Grover, Parikshit Sahni, Raj Babbar, Moushumi Chatterjee, Parijatha, Arjun Sablok, Saeed Jaffrey, Manmohan Krishna, Vikas Anand, Neil Nitin Mukesh as a child artiste, Shakti Kapoor, Anju Mahendru, Anant Mahadevan,Anjana Mumtaz etc in it.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

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The Many Colors of Love #1
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“Mohabbat Hai Kyaa Cheez, Hamko Bataao”
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“Sur Sangam” (1985) was a Vijaya Madhavee Pictures production. It was produced by Vadde Ramesh and directed by K Vishwanath. The movie had Girish Karnad, Jayaprada, Sachin, Sadhana Singh, Paintal, Mohan Choti, Deven Varma, Bhushan Tiwari, Bharati Achrekar, Tabassum, Dina Pathak, Asha Singh, Urmila Matondkar, Sulabha Deshpande, S P Dubey, Jitmohan Mitra, O P Singh, Mohan, KrishnaMurthy, Bheemeshwara Rao, Akash Singh, Baby Mamata etc in it.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

One thing that we can depend upon for with Gulzar, is the most imaginative use of simple words that combine to make unusual arrangements, and still carry a very deep and pleasing meaning. A meaning that will always resonate in the mind, creating emotions of satisfaction, no matter whether the thread of feelings in the words is happy or sad. I have always been a great fan of Gulzar Sb’s poetry, the eminently simple verses that he creates to so lucidly express in such a few words, the emotions that one would be searching for words to make sense.
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“Pyaasa Saawan” (1981) was a Tirupati Pictures Production. It was produced by Prasanna Kapoor (Jeetendra’s brother). Dasari Narayana Rao was the director. The movie had Jeetendra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Reena Roy, Aruna Irani, Vinod Mehra, Madan Puri, Deven Verma, Ashalata Wabgaonkar etc in it.
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“Dil Aakhir Dil Hai” (1982) came at a time when I was on the verge of irreversibly losing track of Hindi movies. In fact I was not even aware of this movie till I was sent the lyrics of this song by Prakashchandra.
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