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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

Blog Day : 3564 Post No. : 14287

Today’s song is from the film ‘Kisaan Kanya’ from 1937. This movie is famous for being the first indegenuously made colour film of India, by Ardeshir Irani’s Imperial Film Company. Film pioneer Irani was also the first to make an international co-production, with Italy – the film ‘Nala Damayanti’ – a silent film of 1920. Secondly, and more importantly, he also holds the honour of making and releasing India’s first talkie film ‘Alam Ara’ in 1931. And with film ‘Kisaan Kanya’, he achieved a hat trick of ‘First in India’ credit in film making.

Ardeshir Irani was very keen to become the first to make a talkie film in India. He knew that Madon Theatres of Calcutta too were busy in making their first talkie film, with two popular stars of the day. Irani hastened the speed of his shootings and recordings. Lot of secrecy was maintained in filming the movie. From his secret sources in Calcutta, he was getting information on the progress of Madon Theatres’ film in making. He came to know that their film was to have about 20 songs in the film. Irani decided to limit the number of songs in his film to save on time. Now they would have only 7 songs. Thus he saved on many days of shootings and recordings. His film, ‘Alam Ara’ was released on 14-3-1931. Madon could only release their first talkie film ‘Shirin Farhad’ on 30-5-1931, two and a half months later !

Similarly, Irani studied why Prabhat’s first colour film ‘Sairandhri’ from 1933 failed technically. So when he planned ‘Kisaan Kanya’, he decided to do all technical processes in India. Thus his colour film came out much better than Prabhat’s film. Ashok Raj, in his book ‘Hero-I’, writes the following about Ardeshir Irani.

Irani perhaps was the world’s first multilingual film maker, having made forays into English, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Persian, Burmese, Indonesian and Pushto. He is credited with launching the talkie era in countries like Burma, Indonesia and Iran. He made nearly 120 talkies in a span of just 8 years. He was also the first to establish a colour laboratory imported from Hollywood.

The first song from ‘Kisaan Kanya’ has recently been discussed on our blog, by our Sadanand Kamath ji, so I will not go into its details like story etc. Instead, I will discuss about 3 important persons connected with this film – namely Master Nisar, Padma Devi and Ram Gopal Pande.

Master Nisar was the most popular hero of the early talkie films. He was also one of the most highly paid stars of that era. His popularity was such – it is said that once due to a very large crowd gathered to see him, the Governor of Bengal was forced to divert his car to another road ! When Master Nisar went to Nashik for shooting Bhavnani’s film, he had to be kept closed in a room of his hotel to avoid his fans and hunters from other film companies, who would try to abduct him ! This same person, who enjoyed fame, name, money and fan following once, had to spend his last days in misery, poverty, neglect and pitiable conditions in a one room tenement in a Kamathipura chawl with few aluminum pots and a box full of photographs. During his heydays, he had learnt the art of massaging, as a hobby. This very art came to his help in his last days and he used to work as a masseur and earn few rupees sometimes.

Film historian Isak Mujawar has written in his book ‘Flashback-II’ about several instances of his later years. Here are two of them. When film ‘Do Bigha Zameen’ (1953) was being made, Bimal Roy wanted a masseur for a scene in which the Zamindar (Ulhas) is getting a body massage. Bimal da asked his the then manager Jugal Kishore (who later on became an actor, director and producer) to bring a masseur having solid physique. When Jugal Kishore brought  a very thin, emaciated looking person, Bimal da was very upset. When Jugal Kishore told him that he was Master Nissar, Bimal da was moved and gave him the role.

Those who have seen film ‘Guddi’ (1971), there is a scene in which a lanky, thin person is massaging Om Prakash. Dharmendra tells Guddi, “Do you know who he is ? Master Nissar, one time a great actor who was popular and very rich. Film line is such that riches to rags stories are very common here”. In his final days, Nisar was seen begging on roads.

Nissar Ali Mohammed Ali was born on 5-3-1902 in Delhi. His uncle brought him to Bhopal, when he was 10 year old. Nisar started singing and acting in his uncle’s drama company for Rs. 15 pm. He learnt music from Pt. Betab and Ustaad Jhande Khan. After few roles of girls and heroines, he got a hero’s role in Agha Hashr Kashmiri’s dramas, due to his good looks, fluent Urdu and singing skill.

He joined Madon Theatres for their dramas. When Madon decided to make their drama ‘Shirin Farhad’ into a talkie film, their first choice for hero was Nisar. Jahan Ara Kajjan was called from Bhagalpur, Bihar for the heroine’s role. The pair became very popular. People became mad after Nisar’s songs. The pair proved to be a gold mine They acted in 8 films together. Their songs became a rage all over India.

Master Nisar shifted to Bombay and joined Bhavnani Films at a salary of Rs. 3000 pm, a princely sum in those days. He was the first person in the industry to own a Rolls Royce car. His heroines were many like Padma Devi, Zebunnisa, Bibbo, Haseena, Sardar Akhtar, Kanta etc. He also acted in India’s first home made colour film ‘Kisaan Kanya’ (1937). This was also his last film as a hero. In the wake of the rise of Saigal, Ashok kumar, Surendra etc., in comparison his acting was very theatrical and it paled before the newer heroes. He shifted to character roles after being a hero in 45 films. In all, he appeared in 75 films during his career. The situation came that he would take whatever role came his way.

Master Nisar married 4 times. His first wife served him lovingly till the end. He survived by doing small and sometimes even un-credited roles like extras. He was friendly with Dilip Kumar, so he got small roles in his films. His style suited qawwaalis and he featured in many well known films like ‘Azaad’, ‘Barsat Ki Ek Raat’ etc. He is seen as the on screen lead singer in the qawwaali “Aaj Kyon Hum Se Parda Hai” in the film ‘Sadhna’ (1958). The writer of the qawwaali, Sahir Ludhianvi, came across Master Nisar, begging on the roadside. On recognizing him, he immediately hugged him, and took him to the office of BR Films. He introduced him to BR Chopra, and got him the role.

Nisar was a religious person and performed Namaaz five times a day. He had no bad habits like smoking or drinking or gambling, still he spent life in penury. Being a self respecting person, he never asked for roles from anyone. Born poor, lived rich and died poor. Master Nisar died on 13-7-1980. It is said that his neighbours collected money for his burial.

One of Master Nisar’s heroines was Padma Devi in some films. She was a Bengali actress named Neelima. She made her debut in silent films with ‘Sea God’, a 1931 production from Saroj Films. She acted in about 15 silent films. While moving to the talkie films, she had difficulty with her diction and singing in Hindi language. But she overcame this with grit and determination, and learnt all this. She did all this while working in films like ‘Laal e Yaman’, ‘Kurukshetra’, ‘Prithviraj Sanyogita’ etc. (all films from 1933).

She was introduced to Baburao Patel and in no time they became ‘special friends’. Baburao cast her as a heroine in 4 films in his own Gandharva Cinetone company. She became a part of his office and personal life too. However after Susheela Rani’s entry as Baburao’s secretary, she was pushed first aside and then outside. She returned to Calcutta in 1946 and appeared in many films in character roles. She returned to Bombay in 1961 and was seen in smaller roles in Hindi films till late 1970s. Her last film seems to be in 1979.

The music for ‘Kisaan Kanya’ was composed by Ram Gopal Pande, who was variously credited as RG Pande, Ram Gopal, Ram Gopal Pandey etc. He hailed from UP. After unsuccessfully trying to become a singer, he became assistant to many well known composers and learned their methods. His first break came in 1936 with ‘Matwaali Jogan’ aka ‘A Girl From Lahore’ (directed by K Amarnath). Then he was called by Ardeshir Irani at Imperial Film Company for their first colour film. Master Nisar and Padma Devi’s songs became popular, so he was given two more films viz., ‘Mere Laal’ (1937) and ‘Vasant Bangalee’ (1938).

Then in 1938, came Mother India, ‘Actress Kyon Bani’ (1939), ‘Flying Rani’ (1939), ‘Perfect Man’ (1938), Daughters of India’ (1939) and ‘Chalti Duniya’ (1940). He was then connected with Mohan Pictures and did 10 movies for them. His last film seems to be ‘Angoorbala’ in 1947. He was left behind as his music was stage and drama type only – he did not change his style.

Today’s song is First song of Master Nisar on our blog making a debut as a singer. After hearing his singing, one can get an idea about the public taste in the early 1930s and one wonders how they became so popular. One incident of his popularity – In 1954-55, when Master Nisar was in Coimbtore for shooting of film ‘Azaad’ (1955), he along with others went to the market for shopping. There they met one lady and talk started about songs of early era. She said, “I used to like Master Nisar’s songs, but after he died, I gave up listening to songs.” All were stunned. Then Master Nisar introduced himself to her. She was so pleased that she invited all the visitors from Bombay for a party in Nisar’s honour, with the promise that in return, he had to sing for her!

Let us now enjoy Master Nisar and Padma Devi song from ‘Kisaan Kanya’. It was uploaded by Shalin Bhatt ji only on 16th March 2018. Thanks, Shalin ji.

[Author’s Note: Acknowledgements and thanks – The above write up refers to and has adapted material from ‘Beete Huye Kal Ke Sitaare’ by Shri Shriram Tamrakar, ‘Hero-1’ by Ashok Raj, Isak Mujavar’s books, Prof. Yadav’s book, muVyz, chiloka.com, HFGK, Listener’s Bulletin, Encyclopedia of Indian Films and my own notes.]

 


Song – Aisa Nagar Basaaya Jis Mein Swarg Utar Kar Aaya (Kisan Kanya) (1937) Singer – Padma Devi, Master Nissar, Lyrics – [Unattributed], Music – Ram Gopal Pandey
Both

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

aisa nagar basaaya
aisa nagar basaaya
jis mein swarg utar kar aaya
jis mein swarg utar kar aaya

aisa nagar basaaya

jahaan subeh ki kirnen aa kar
sona hans barsaayen
yahaan pe pahunche
premi bhanware
amar geet nit gaayen
chahun or sunehri gun paaya hum ne
aisa nagar basaaya
aisa nagar basaaya

is soney ke preet nagar ke
hum donon hain bhikhaari
jab tak suraj chaand rahenge
tab tak preeti hamaari
aisa vardaan hai paaya hum ne
aisa nagar basaaya
aisa nagar basaaya
jis mein swarg utar kar aaya
aisa nagar basaaya
aisa nagar basaaya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ऐसा नगर बसाया
ऐसा नगर बसाया
जिस में स्वर्ग उतर कर आया
जिस में स्वर्ग उतर कर आया

ऐसा नगर बसाया

जहां सुबह की किरणें आ कर
सोना हंस बरसाएँ
यहाँ पे पहुंचे प्रेमी भँवरे
अमर गीत नित गायें
चहुं ओर सुनहरी गुण पाया हम ने
ऐसा नगर बसाया
ऐसा नगर बसाया

इस सोने के प्रीत नगर के
हम दोनों हैं भिखारी
जब तक सूरज चाँद रहेंगे
तब तक प्रीति हमारी
ऐसा वरदान है पाया हम ने
ऐसा नगर बसाया
ऐसा नगर बसाया
जिस में स्वर्ग उतर कर आया
ऐसा नगर बसाया
ऐसा नगर बसाया

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Blog Day : 3486 Post No. : 14003

“Shor”(1972) was produced and directed by Manoj Kumar for Vishal International Productions Private Limited, Bombay. This “social” movie had Manoj Kumar, Jaya Bhaduri, Premnath, Kamini Kaushal, Manorama, Manmohan, Kuljeet, Raj Mehra, Nana Palsikar, Krish Dhawan, Meena T, Shefali, Leena, Asrani, V Gopal, Ram Mohan, Sikandar Khanna, Ranveer Raj, M Masood, Master Avinash, Baby Sushma, Master Rakesh, Master Maruti, Master Satyajeet, with Nanda (special role).

The movie had five songs in it that were penned by three lyricists and sung by five singers.

Three of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the fourth song from “Shor”(1972) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Lata. Verma Malik is the lyricist. Music is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal.

The song is picturised as an “expression of love” song on Jaya Bhaduri, with Manoj Kumar also visible in the picturisation.


Song-Shehnaai baje na baje (Shor)(1972) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal

Lyrics

Lyrics

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm

gagan pe to taare takraaye
takraaker donon muskaaye
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
chaand le sun li unki baat
ja baithha baadal ke saathh
hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
sun badal ne li angdaayi
boond boond ne baat phailaayi
gagan ki baat dharti pe aayi
kali ne sunli suni sunaayi
kali ne phool ko bhed bataaya
hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
phool ne bulbul ko o samjhaaya
hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
bulbul ne bhanwra bulwaaya
bhanwra gungun karta aaya
maine rok ke use sunaaya
sunaaya
sunaaya
aa aa

ban ke dulhaniya aaj chali hoon
main saajan ke dwaare
shahnaai baje na baje
shehnai baje na baje ae ae
shehnaai baje na baje

na koi mujhko kajra daale
na koi maang sanwaare
na koi mujhko kajra daale
na koi maang sanwaare
na chaahoon main baaje gaaje
na main dhol nakkaare
na koi meri raahen roke
na koi mujhe pukaare
banke dulhaniya aaj chali hoon
main saajan ke dwaare
shehnaai baje na baje ae ae
shehnaai baje na baje ae ae ae
shehnaai baje na baje

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
munda manney na manney
ghodi saje na saje
ho munda mane na mane
ghodi sajey na sajey
ho doli uthhe na uthhe
mehandi lagey na lagey
na main chaahoon bindiya shindiya
na main taare shaare
kal tak thhe jo gusse shusse
ho gaye jaan se pyaare
banke dulhaniya aaj chali hoon
main saajan ke dwaare
shahnaai
.. .. ..
baje na baje ae ae
shehnaayi baje na baje ae ae ae
shehnaayi baje na baje

aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm
aah hmm hmm

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म

गगन पे दो तारे टकराये
टकरा कर दोनों मुसकाए
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
चाँद ने सुन ली उनकी बात
जा बैठा बादल के साथ
हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
सुन बादल ने ली अंगड़ाई
बूंद बूंद ने बात फैलाई
गगन की बात धरती पे आई
कली ने सुन ली सुनी सुनाई
कली ने फूल को भेद बताया
हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
फूल ने बुलबुल को समझाया
हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
बुलबुल ने भँवरा बुलवाया
भँवरा गुन गुन करता आया
मैंने रोक के उसे सुनाया
सुनाया
सुनाया॰॰आ॰॰आ

बनके दुलहनिया आज चली हूँ
मैं साजन के द्वारे
शहनाई बजे ना बजे
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे

ना कोई मुझको कजरा डाले
ना कोई मांग सँवारे
ना चाहूँ मैं बाजे गाजे
ना मैं ढ़ोल नक्कारे
ना कोई मेरी राहें रोके
ना कोई मुझे पुकारे
बनके दुलहनिया आज चली हूँ
मैं साजन के द्वारे
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
मुंडा मन्ने ना मन्ने
घोड़ी चढ़े ना चढ़े
हो डोली उठे ना उठे
मेहंदी लगे ना लगे
ना मैं चाहूँ बिंदिया शिंदिया
ना मैं तारे शारे
कल तक थे जो गुस्से शुस्से
हो गए जान से प्यारे
बनके दुलहनिया आज चली हूँ
मैं साजन के द्वारे
शहनाई
॰॰ ॰॰ ॰॰
बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे॰॰ए॰॰ए
शहनाई बजे ना बजे

आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म
आह हम्म हम्म


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“Shri Ramanuja”(1943) was directed by Debki Kumar Bose for Shree Films, Calcutta. This movie had Biman Bannerji, Master Kumud, Dhiraj Bhattacharya, Bipin Gupta, B R Tandon, Vitthaldas Panchotia, Natwar, Hiralal, Vikram Kapoor, Vibhuti Ganguly, Prafull Mukherji, Tulsi Chakraborty, Nawaazish, Puttan, Meera Dutt, Radharani, Renuka, Chhaaya Devi etc in it.

“Shri Ramanuja”(1943) had 17 songs in it and all of them are obscure songs.

Here is the first song from “Shri Ramanuja”(1943) to appear in the blog. This is a “wake up” song, which is sung by an unknown male singer. Narottam Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Anupam Ghatak.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the movie as well as on the picturisation of this song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the singer.

With this song, “Shri Ramanuja”(1943) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Hua sawera moorakh ab to jaag re (Shri Ramanuja)(1943) Lyrics-Narottam Vyas, MD-Anupam Ghatak

Lyrics

hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re
hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re
hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re
hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re
jaag re
jaag re
soya neend mein kyun madmaata aa
soya neend mein kyun madmaata
mitaa andhera
jaag re
mita andhera
jaag re
jaag re
jeewan jag mein nikla sooraj
lekar naya ujera
jeewan jag mein nikla sooraj
lekar naya ujera

hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re
hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re
soya neend mein kyun madmaata aa
soya neend mein kyun madmaata
mita andhera
jaag re
mita andhera
jaag re
jaag re
jeewan jag mein nikla sooraj
lekar naya ujera
jeewan jag mein nikla sooraj
lekar naya ujera
hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re ae ae
hua sawera
moorakh ab to jaag re


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What does one do when one wakes up early in the morning.? My daily routine is to take my two pets on their morning walks one by one. I have stuck to this routine unfailingly irrespective of the weather. While most fair weather morning walkers give up when the weather becomes foul, I perform my morning walk even when it is raining, it is fog, it is cold etc. Or rather, one can say that my pets insist on going on their morning walks and I accompany them.

Just as the weather is variable, what one encounters during the walk also changes. On mornings of foul weather conditions, we are the only morning walkers, but on fair weather conditions, lots of fair weather creaturers, human as well as others can be seen.

Non human morning walkers that we encounter are street dogs and monkeys. How our dogs react to them and how they reach to the dogs differ from dog to dog. I will describe these and other interesting eperiences of our morning walks in detail in some other post which would basically discuss my pets. As it happens, the last time I discussed my pets was in may 2015. So a detailed writeup on them is now overdue.

This post is appearing at morning time. No, today is an exception when I am not going on a morning walk. No, it is not that I am suddenly feeling lazy. Not at all. At present I am travelling and so I may not be able to find much time to post today. Nevertheless, here is a good morning song to greet all.

The song is a good good morning song, viz a fair weather morning song, when people have no trouble waking up and feeling pleased.
“jag” in fact sings songs of joy on such mornings as this song describes. 🙂 The mornings in the parts of india where I stay and move around are nowhere like the good morning as described in the song, but nevertheless we do have such good mornings elsewhere.

The song is sung by Khan Mastana and Kalyani Das. Zia Sarhadi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Pt Govindram. This song is from “Dil Ki Duniya”(1949) and it happens to be the fourth song (out of ten) from the movie to appear in the blog.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the song. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Hua sawera saare jag ne khushi ka gaana gaaya(Dil Ki Duniya)(1949) Singer-Khan Mastana, Kalyani Das, Lyrics-Zia Sarhadi, MD-Pt Govindram
Male chorus
Female chorus

ho ho hua sawera
hua sawera

ho ho hua sawera hua sawera
hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya

haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya

haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
man apna bahlaaya

ho o o o o
wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya

hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya

haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
hua sawera saare jag ne khushi ka gaana gaaya
haan khushi ka gaana gaaya
man apna bahlaaya aa aa
man apna bahalaya

ho o
thhumak thhumak kar chali dhobaniya
ghaat pe kapde dhone
ghaat pe kapde dhone
ho thhumak thhumak kar chali dhobaniya
ghaat pe kapde dhone
ghaat pe kapde dhone
chaal anokhi dekh ke jiski
man mora lalchaaya
chaal anokhi dekh ke jiski
man mora lalchaaya
khushi ka gaana gaaya aa
khushi ka gaana gaaya

ho
ro ke dekha
hans ke dekha
phir bhi chain na aaye
phir bhi chain na aaye
jab (?) ker dekha vyaakul man ka
phir bhi bhed na paaya
jap(?) ker dekha vyaakul man ka
phir bhi bhed na paaya

hua sawera saare jag ne
khushi ka gaana gaaya
haan khushi ka gaana gaaya

wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
wo mela(?) jaane waala haaye
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya
ab tak ghar na aaya


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#the Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 13 # Duet-2 – Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey
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Here is a pleasant duet sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey from the 1975 Film ‘Chaitaali’.

I do not remember this movie now, but I think that I had watched it on ‘Doordarshan’ during early nineties.

As per information available in HFGK this is a Bimal Roy Productions presentation (produced by Mrs.Monabai Roy as per info on Wikipedia), directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee.
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“Anjaan”(1941) was directed by Amiya Chakraborty for Bombay Talkies Limited, Bombay. The movie had Devika Rani, Ashok Kumar, V H Desai, Girish, Suresh, P F Pithawala, Gulab, Fatty Prasad, Yusuf Suleman, Saiyyad Mukhtar, David, Reva, baby Madhuri, Arun Kumar, Ibnul Hasan, Bachan Lal Dixit, Om Prakash, Tarun Kumar, Bhargavi etc in it.
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“Geet” (1944) was produced by A R Kardar and directed by S U Sunny. The movie had Chanda, Shahu Modak, Nirmala, Amir Ali, Shakir Ali, A Shah, Zahid Ali etc in it.
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“Ayyaash”(1982) was produced and directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Rati Agnihotri, Arun Govil, Madan Puri, Beena Pradeep, Sujit Kumar, Chandrashekhar, T.P.Jain, Meena.T., Asit Sen, Tarun Ghosh, Manik Dutt, Subrato Mahapatra, Coca Cola, Amarnath, Birbal, Prabhat, Manoj, Hina Kausar, Helen, Arpana Chowdhury, Padma Khanna, Leena Das, Satyajeet etc in it.
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There are few south Indian singers who made a mark for themselves in the world of Hindi film Music. I think Yesudas is one of them who was followed by SPB etc. I am a child as far as knowledge regarding earlier singers is concerned. I am sure there might have been others before Yesudas or Dassettan as we Keralites love to call him {a matter of convenience for me to call myself a Keralite as far as this allegiance to this singer is concerned otherwise I am a proud Mumbaikar ;-)} .
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The other day we discussed the fact that we had 400 songs of Madan Mohan in the blog and now only about 200 odd more songs composed by him are left to be discussed. At that time I could not help but remember that over 400 S D Burman songs were also discussed in the blog and in his case even lesser number of songs were left to be discussed. We in fact have 485 S D Burman compositions in the blog ! The total number of S D Burman compositions in Hindi movies is of the order of 650, and so only about 170 odd songs composed by the maestro remain to be covered in the blog.
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