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“Raami Dhoban”(1953) was produced by Ramesh Vyas and directed by Hiren Bose for Navkala Niketan, Bombay. This movie had Abhi Bhattacharya, Kamini Kaushal, Tiwari, Sankata Prasad, Uma Devi,Ashita, ramesh Vyas, Shalini, Bannerji, Mishra, Rai Mohan, Gautam, Sachin Ghosh, Nandini, Sona Chatterji, Sulochana Chatterji etc, with Prem Adib billed as a guest artist.
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“Anand Math” (1952) was a Filmistan Production. It was directed by Hemen Gupta. This movie had Prithviraj Kapoor, Geeta Bali, Ajit, Pradip Kumar, Bharat Bhushan, S. L. Puri, Jankidas, Ranjana, Murad etc in it.
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This is an excellent Bhajan sung by the Music Director Hemant Kumar himself. When you her him sing/recite a bhajan, one feels as if his voice is made only for singing Bhajans.
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Today (19 july 2016) is the eighth anniversary of the blog. It was on this day in 2008 that the first post was published eight years ago.
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Forgotten Melodies of the 1940s -33
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MANMAANI (1947) was produced under the banner of Ajit Pictures and it was directed by Sarvottam Badami. The star cast included Jairaj, Ragini, E. Billimoria, Sabita Devi, Nazir Hussain, Amar etc. There were 10 songs in the film but the name of the lyricist is not known. From the gist of the story given in Wikipedia, the film appears to be an interesting one:
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26th September – a day to remember, Dev Saab, the evergreen hero.  Also, a day to remember the voice of romanticism that added the essence of emotional expressions to many of his performances.  The deep bass voice of Hemant Kumar.

Remembering Hemant Da on the anniversary of his passing away today.
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Making movies is a business venture, and that too a risky business venture where there is no assurance of earning a profit on one’s investment. In movie making, the producer typically raises the finances, gigns up director, technicians, artists etc and makes a film. Later he gets the movie released in theatres. If he is lucky, the movie may do well, but in most cases the movie may fail to attract movie wathers and the investment made in making that movie goes down the drain.
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MISSING GEMS FROM THE GOLDEN 50s…. Song No….4
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Today’s song is from film Albeli-1955.

The year 1955 gave us some really meaningful and entertaining films. Raj Kapoor’s ‘Shri 420’ tried to bring in limelight, as usual, the hypocrisy of the elite society. It was a great film with a message, good direction and everlasting music by Shanker-Jaikishen, the three specialities of an RK film. From this film onwards, “Raju” became the favourite name of Raj Kapoor’s Heroes.( Like ‘Shanker’ was Shammi Kapoor’s lucky name in early films. Similarly ‘Vijay’ was the favourite film name of Amitabh Bachhan in 20 films, of Jeetendra in 18 films and of Mithun Chakrawarty in 16 films.).
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“Sehra”(1963) was produced and directed by V Shantaram. It had Prashant, Sandhya, Mumtaz, Ullhas, Manmohan Krishna, Baburao Pendharkar, K. Date, M. Rajan, Lalita Pawar, Babloo etc in it.
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A voice that is a signature of mysteries. The deep bass vibrations resound like the echoing sound waves passing through the gullies and valleys of the mountainside, covered with moist and heavy fog, adding to the bass heaviness. Reminds one of ‘sannaata’ and ‘kahmoshi’ and ‘kohraa’ of the lonely pathways, being tread by a ‘raahgir’ – the ‘banjaara’ traveler walking alone and humming ‘chal akela. . .’.

Remembering Hemant Da on the anniversary of his passing away (26th September).
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