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“Watan” (1954) was directed by N Bhatt for Falcon Pictures. This movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nirupa Roy, Munawwar Sultana, Jayant, Gope, Madan Puri, Cuckoo, Surya Kumar etc in it.

There were six songs in this movie. One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Watan” (1954) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Shewan Rizvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Hafiz Khan.

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


Song-Dard e mohabbat dard e judaai (Watan)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Shewan Rizvi, MD-Hafiz Khan

Lyrics

dard e mohabbat
dard e judaai
dard e mohabbat
dard e judaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

tees jigar mein aankhon mein aansu
aankho mein aansu
tees jigar mein aankhon mein aansu
aankhon mein aansu
pyaar me dekhi gham ki judaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

kashti e ulfat aur ye toofaan
aur ye toofaan
kashti e ulfat aur ye toofaan aur ye toofaan
tere siwa kuchh de na dikhaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

tere karam ka sabko bharosa
sabko bharosa
tere karam ka sabko bharosa
sabko bharosa
noah ki kashti toone bachaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat dard e judaai
ae mere maula teri duhaai
dard e mohabbat

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“Ramman” (1954) was produced by Gemini Dewan and directed by Hiren Bose for Metropolitan Films Production, Bombay. The movie had Karan Dewan, Meena Shorey, Cuckoo, Om Prakash, Purnima, Majnu, Gulab, Randhir, V. Panchotia etc in it.

Four songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from the movie to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Aziz Kashmiri is the lyricist. Music is composed by Vinod.

Only the audio of this rare song is available.

I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this movie as well as on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Tera dard hai meri zindagi (Ramman)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Aziz Kashmiri, MD-Vinod

Lyrics

tera dard hai meri zindagi
jo dil au jigar ki talaash hai
jo dil au jigar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi

tera gham nahin (?)
yoonhi mil gaya
tera gham nahin (?)
yoonhi mil gaya
meri umr bhar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi

ye sitam hai mere jahaan mein
ye sitam hai mere jahaan mein
kahin raushani kiran nahin
haay kiran nahin
jo charaag dil mein jalaa sakey
mujhe us nazar ki talaash hai
mujhe us nazar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi

main kahaan rahoon
main kahaan basoon
main kahaan rahoon
main kahaan basoon
mera koi ghar hai
na koi dar hai
koi dar
jahaan zindagi ko zakhm miley
jahaan zindagi ko zakhm miley
usi rehguzar ki talaash hai
usi rehguzar ki talaash hai
tera dard hai meri zindagi


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“Sheeshe Ki Deewaar”(1954) was produced by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas and directed by Manmohan Sabir for Manmohan Films, Bombay. This obscure movie had Veena, Pran, Veera, Manmohan Krishn, Shammi, Cuckkoo, Rashid, Shaukat Hashmi, Rajan, Sulochana etc in it.

This obscure movie had six obscure songs in it.

One song from the movie has been covered in the past.

Here is the first song from “Sheeshe Ki Deewaar”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Shankar Dasgupta. Manmohan Sabir is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Dasgupta.

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.


Song-Taqdeer ne yoon barbaad kiya (Sheeshe Ki Deewaar)(1954) Singer-Shankar Dasgupta, Lyrics-Manmohan Sabir, MD-Shankar Dasgupta

Lyrics

karke majboor kahaan laayi hai taqdeer mujhe ae
ya to hai ?? bana daala hai tasweer mujhe ae ae ae

taqdeer ne yoon barbaad kiya
hum saara fasaana bhool gaye
dil khoon ke aansoo rone laga
khushiyon ka taraana bhool gaye
taqdeer ne yoon

jeene ka sahaara koi nahin
duniya mein hamaara koi nahin
jeene ka sahaara koi nahin
duniya mein hamaara koi nahin
kuchh kho baithhe kuchh haar gaye
hansne ka bahaana bhool gaye
taqdeer ne yoon barbaad kiya
hum saara fasaana bhool gaye
taqdeer ne yoon

ummeed nahin koi aas nahin
toote huye dil mein aas nahin
ummeed nahin koi aas nahin
toote huye dil mein aas nahin
hasrat se tamanna takti hai
hum apna begaana bhool gaye
taqdeer ne yoon barbaad kiya
hum saara fasaana bhool gaye
dil khoon ke aansoon rone laga
khushiyon ka taraana bhool gaye
taqdeer ne yoon


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.

Today’s song is from a well known film ‘Baadbaan’ (1954). Well known for the simple reason that this was the last film coming from a one-time giant film studio Bombay Talkies. it was the last ditch effort of all the well wishers and workers of Bombay Talkies to save the company from closing down. Unfortunately the effort did not succeed and it was curtains for Bombay Talkies with this movie.

During the studio system, there were some leading studios and they had their own code of conduct, philosophy and inter-personal relationship ways. Sagar Movietone, Ranjit Studios, Bombay Talkies, Prabhat Film Company, Minerva Movietone and New Theatres of Calcutta were some of the major studios. Among them, they had all the cream stars of the film industry on their rolls. Sagar Movietone eclipsed just before the onset of the 1940s and the competition remained between Bombay and Calcutta studios only. Next to go down was Prabhat, then Ranjit, New Theatres, Bombay Talkies and the last was perhaps the Minerva Movietone.

Under the studio culture, the stars were the paid employees, but in the 40s when freelance working became common, any star was available to any studio. That is how Saigal could come to Bombay in the early 40s. Still stars had their own favourite studios and production companies. Similarly the studios too had their preferences for particular artistes. There were few artistes who had worked in 3-4 major companies. One of such stars was Leela Chitnis. In her Marathi Autobiography ” चंदेरी दुनियेत ” ( Chanderi Duniyet ) she comments on some companies’ work culture,

I had done 4 films in Bombay Talkies – ‘Kangan’, ‘Bandhan’, ‘Jhoola’ and ‘Azaad’. Bombay Talkies was the best equipped studio for artistes. Beautiful greenery, very good, well furnished small rooms for actors, clean bathrooms with all facilities, excellent canteen managed by the best professionals in India, tennis and badminton courts, medical facilities etc. All so very clean. Courteous and disciplined staff. Every person in Bombay Talkies uniform of white shirt and white pants.

Discipline in Prabhat was mechanical and torturous. Everyone had to work for 8 hours a day. There was a card punching for everyone, as well as signature in attendance book with entry time. Even for top artistes like Shanta Apte, Chandramohan etc. same rules. It was an atmosphere like a jail.

In Minerva, there was a terror of Sohrab Modi. In his absence, atmosphere used to be very cordial, but once he came, no laughing or talking. Sohrab Modi wanted everyone to fear him.

Bombay Talkies brought in the Happy and cordial work culture. Prabhat was inclined to Marathi, Ranjit to Gujarati and New Theatres to Bangla, but Bombay Talkies brought simple day to day Hindi in films.

After the onset of Second World War, Bombay Talkies had bad days. Though films were successful, atmosphere was polluted. Due to personal reasons, Himanshu Rai lost his mental balance and he died on 19-5-1940. After him Devika Rani became the chief. After she rejected S Mukherji’s request for a salary raise, he was upset. Bombay Talkies was divided in two groups for production purposes. However the competition became bitter and S Mukherjee and his friends left Bombay Talkies. Devika Rani got married and sold her shares to Shiraz Ali Hakeem in 1945. He too left for Pakistan and Govindram Sakseria became the owner. He brought back Ashok kumar and Vachha in 1947, when they bought all shares of Bombay Talkies. This duo made 8 films – ‘Majboor’, ‘Mahal’, ‘Ziddi’, ‘Mashaal’, ‘Sargam’, ‘Maa’, ‘Tamasha’ and ‘Muqaddar’. By 1952, they realised that the company was still in heavy debts, because of a major misappropriation of funds. Both of them left Bombay Talkies handing it over to the workers.

In an attempt to revive the company, ‘Baadbaan’ was planned. All the major stars worked free of cost. Though the film was successful, they could not save Bombay Talkies and it was finally sold to Tolaram Jalan. He started renting the studio for shootings. However, after film ‘Ganga Jamuna’ (1961) was shot there, Bombay Talkies was finally closed down. Today, there is an Industrial Estate on that site with 860 units working there ! End of a company !!

baad‘ means a storm and ‘baan‘ means safeguarding or protection. The film aroused lot of interest in people those days. Teenagers like us were excited to see two superstars, Dev Anand and Ashok kumar in one film, which was a rarity in those days. (These days to see a solo hero film is a rarity).

‘Baadbaan’, produced by the Bombay Talkies Workers’ Industrial Cooperative Society Limited, was premiered on Friday, June 18, 1954, to packed houses at the Roxy and various other theatres in Bombay.

The all-star cast of eleven top-rate players comprises Dev Anand, Meena Kumari, Usha Kiron, Ashok Kumar, Bipin Gupta, Gope, Krishnakant, Jairaj, Leela Chitnis, Sheikh Mukhtar and Shivraj.The credit for handling this brilliant array or talent goes to director Phani Mazumdar who also wrote the story and to Nabendu Ghosh whose compact screenplay and terse, but telling, dialogue exploit both the stars and their well-written parts as well as the richly-interesting story.

A beautiful, very melodious music score composed by Timir Baran and SK Pal, lovely lyrics written by Indivar and Udhav Kumar and superbly choreographed dances designed by the brilliant exponent Shanti Bhardan and Parvati Kumar provide sparkling highlights in this engrossing film. A brief summary of the story line is,

The picture depicts a story rich in incident and emotional conflict and centres on an orphaned child whose parents, fisher folk, are killed in a storm and who is adopted by a rich, kind and broad-minded philanthropist. The real drama sets in when the boy returns from England and falls in love with a lovely young socialite who reciprocates his love. On hearing of his true parentage, however, her father forbids the marriage but relents at seeing his daughter’s unhappiness.The hero’s overwhelming passion for a beautiful fisher girl from the village of his birth to which he returns, bent on improving his people’s lot, and his love for his charming wife make for strong emotional power climaxed tragically by the latter’s death and given subtle meaning by his return to his own people and a girl of his own kind. The best performance comes from Usha Kiron who dominates the picture with her gloriously rich portrayal as the fisher girl Mo­hnia. She literally lights up the screen with her brilliant, sympathetic acting.

Dev Anand, as the hero, puts over a good role despite the fact that he tends to fall short in some of his scenes and is a trifle gauche throughout the film. Meena Kumari, as his ill-starred wife, turns in a quiet, polished role in a quite difficult part. Another subtle but telling performance comes from Ashok Kumar who plays her silent lover and the hero’s friend with the consummate ease of a veteran artist. Bipin Gupta and Krishnakant, as the hero’s foster-father and the heroine’s father, act impeccably as usual. Jairaj, as Dev Anand’s father, does well in a small part and Leela Chitnis as his mother acts well and looks lovely. The comedy is provided mainly by Gope who handles his comic and dramatic scenes very well. (Review adapted from Cineplot, with thanks.)

The film had 7 wonderful songs.One of them, “Kaise Koi Jiye” a multi version song by Geeta Dutt and Hemant Kumar is already discussed. This song continues to be an all time favourite and evergreen song from this film. Today we will listen the third song, equally melodious, by Manna Dey and chorus. It is difficult to know who is the composer because HFGK has not mentioned individual credits for the songs. May be one can know it from the actual 78 RPM record label.


Song-Jaati hai jaati hai jaati hai aaj naiyya mori (Baadbaan)(1954) Singers-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Uddhav Kumar, MDs- Timir Baran and S K Pal
Chorus

Lyrics

jaati hai jaati hai jaati hai aaj
naiya mori
hey
jaati hai jaati hai jaati hai aaj
naiya mori

neela hai aakaash
dharti hari
dharti hari
dharti hari
neela hai aakaash
dharti hari
dharti hari
dharti hari

aaja tu naiya mein
jal ki pari
jal ki pari
jal ki pari
aaja tu naiya mein
jal ki pari
jal ki pari
jal ki pari

kaahe lajaaye
aankhon ko bhaaye ae ae ae
kaahe lajaaye
aankhon ko bhaaye
kyun le kataar naiya jaati hai aaj
naiya mori
hoye jaati hai jaati hai jaati hai aaj naiya mori
hoye jaati hai jaati hai jaati hai aaj naiya mori

hey hey maanjhi hey hey
hey hey maanji hey
zor se kheencho re
himmat na haaro re
hey hey maanjhi hey
maanjhi hai maan
ho jaal sambhalo re

hey hey maanjhi hey
badi hai machhali ho mil ke utaaro re
hey hey maanjhi hey
sabko pukaaro re
jaal sambhaalo re
hey hey maajhi hey
hey hey maanjhi hey

??ota sa ?? thha
??ota sa maal hoy
balhar maar??
balhar maar??
hoy
??ota sa ?? thha
??ota sa maal hoy
balhar maar??
balhar maar??

mehnat se kar lenge
duniya ko haath mein
kal ka zamaana hoga
apne hi saath mein
mehnat se kar lenge
duniya ko haath mein
kal ka zamaana hoga
apne hi saath mein

darr hai kisika nahin
rokega kau..au..aun
rokega kaun
hoye rokega kaun
rokega kaun
ho ho ho ho hey
??ota sa ?? thha
??ota sa maal hoy
balhar maar??
balhar maar??
??ota sa ?? thha
??ota sa maal hoy
balhar maar??
balhar maar??
hoy
??ota sa ?? thha
??ota sa maal hoy
balhar maar??
balhar maar??
??ota sa ?? thha
??ota sa maal hoy
balhar maar??
balhar maar??
ho o o o


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After discussing over 13600 songs in the blog, which is roughly 25 % of all Hindi movie songs created upto 1980 and nearly 40 % percent of all the available songs (my rough estimate), one may feel that almost all great songs have already been covered in the blog. May be we have covered majority of “well known” songs, but I keep discoveing great “lesser known” or “forgotten” gems almost on a daily basis. some of them are such great songs to listen to that I want to hold them back for special occasions. But I find that there are so many of them and holding all of them back for special occasions would mean that I would have very few songs available for immediate discussion.

For instance, I would like to discuss Mubarak Begam songs in the blog. At present she has 76 songs in the blog, including her well known songs. The “lesser known” Mubarak Begam songs that I have discovered are such great songs that I am in a dilemma. And I am also surprised how these songs have stayed hidden for this long.

Another such singer is Talat Megmood. He sang some 450 plus songs in all. This blog already has 366 Talat Mehmood songs. So less than 100 Talat Mehmood songs are left to be discussed. And what great songs they are. Just now I “discovered” a Talat Mehmood song, which I held back- no, not for a special occasion, but as one that deserves at least a special writeup. Then I discovered another Talat Mehmood song. Instead of postponing the discussion of such great songs, I decided that present time was as good a time as any to discuss this song.

This song is from “Rishta”(1954). This movie was produced by Rashid Parvez and directed by Aslam for Rajasthan Productions, Bombay. This movie had Nigar Sultana, Suresh, Anwar, S Nazir, Rai Mohan, Leela Mishra, Neelam, Faizi, Agni, Sheikh, Ramlal, K R Thapar, Baby Chaand, Nadir, Kalyan, Vijaylami etc in it.

This movie had seven songs in it. Three of these songs have been covered in the blog in the past. This includes a great song sung by Mubarak Begam.

The song under discussion is sung by Talat Mehmood. Pt Phani is the lyricist. Music is composed by K Datta aka Datta Korgaaonkar.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song. Even otherwise, this is a great song to listen to. A forgotten gem indeed.


Song-O jaane waale tum na maane (Rishta)(1954) Singer-Talat Mehmood, Lyrics-Pt Phani, MD-Datta Korgaonkar

Lyrics

khata kya hamaari ee ee
ada kya tumhaari ee ee
jo roothhi hai hamse mohabbat hamaari

o jaane waale ae
o jaane waale
jaane waale
tum na maane
tum na samjhe
tum na jaane
aur chal diye
chal diye
o jaane waale

o o
dard jaga kar aankh churaai
maaregi ye hamen judaai
maaregi ye hamen judaai
tum na jaane
ham deewaane
kaun thhikaane aur chal diye
chal diye
o jaane waale

haan aan aan
aankh ke moti
aankh mein toote ae ae
pyaar ke waade jhoothhe jhoothhe
aa aa aa
apne sapne
haaye na apne ae
ho begaane
aur chal diye
o jaane waale
o jaane waale
jaane waale
tum na maane
tum na samjhe
tum na jaane
aur chal diye
chal diye
o jaane waale

o o
dil ki ye dhadkan tumhen pukaare
shaam suhaani
jeet ke haare
shaam suhaani
jeet ke haare
tum na bole
tum na dole
is bahaane aur chal diye
chal diye
o jaane waale


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“Malika e Alam Noorjahaan”(1954) was produced by Mafatlal D Shah and directed by Gunjal for Amar Keerti Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Asha Mathur, Kamal Kapoor, Jageerdaar, Pradeep Kumar, Jankidas, Noorjahaan, Indu Pal, Jagdish Kamal, Khwaza Sabir, M A Aziz, Rajan Kapoor, Jago etc in it.

This by now forgotten “historical” movie had eight forgotten songs in it.

Here is the first song from “Malika e Alam Noorjahaan”(1954) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

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.

With this song, “Malika e Alam Noorjahaan”(1954) makes its debut in the blog.


Song-Jo dil hi dil mein rote hain (Malika e Alam Noorjahaan)(1954) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

jo dil hi dil mein rote hain
jo dil hi dil mein rote hain
wo zaahir gaaya karte hain
wo zaahir gaaya karte hain
hanste to hain hansne ke liye
hanste to hain hansne ke liye
par dard dabaaya karte hain
par dard dabaaya karte hain
jo dil hi dil mein rote hain

wo husn bhi kya jo beparda ho
raaj hi kya jo khul jaaye
ae ae ae ae ae
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain

dil ki haqeeqat dil jaane
ae ae
wo samjhen chaahe na samjhen aen
hum aankh churaate hain lekin
hum aankh churaate hain lekin
dil to lagaaya karte hain
hum dil to lagaaya karte hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain

dil kehta hai dekhen unko
nazren kehti chupke bachke ae ae ae ae ae
kuchh baat zaroor anokhi hai
kuchh baat zaroor anokhi hai
jo hum sharmaaya karte hain
jo hum sharmaaya karte hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
jo sachche chaahne waale hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain
wo pyaar chhupaaya karte hain


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“Chaalis Baaba Ek Chor”(1954) was produced by Kamini Kaushal and it was directed by P L Santoshi. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Balraj Sahni, Smriti Biswas, Om Prakash, David, Chandabai, Jagdeep etc in it.

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from “Chaalis Baaba Ek Chor”(1954) to appear in the blog. This rare song is sung by Lata. P L Santoshi is the lyricist. Music is composed by S D Burman.

This song has a line in it that goes

ijaazat ho to baabu
ye kehne tumse aaye

Online sources (all mindlessly copying from each other) mention this line as

khincha jo photo babu
ye kahne tumse aaye
🙂

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


Song-Dil mein hai baat aisi (Chaalis Baba Ek Chor)(1954) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-P L Santoshi, MD-S D Burman
unknown male voice

Lyrics

dil mein hai baat aisi
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
ijaazat ho to baabu
ye kehne tumse aaye
aaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

dil mein hai baat aisi
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

kuchh meri nazren bolen
kuchh teri najren bolen
duniya waalon ki nazren
donon ki najre tolen
itna naazuk dil seene mein
rah rah ke hai ghabraaye
dil ghabraaye
ijaazat ho to baabu
ye kahne tumse aaye
aaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

dil mein hai baat aisi
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

mehfil mein teri dil mein
ik raaz hoon lekar aayi
chup hoon to dum ghut’ta hai
keh doon to hai ruswaai
ye ter di hai uljhan
ab tu hi ise suljhaaye
tu suljhaaye
ijaazat ho to baabu
ye kehne tumse aaye
aaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

dil mein hai baat aisi
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye

ye rukh ki badla badli
ye roothhi mani nigaahen
kehti hain chupke chupke
saahab kuchh kahna chahe
keh do tum bhi kaanon mein
jo koi na sun’ne paaye
sun’ne na paaye
ijaazat ho to baabu
ye kehne tumse aaye
aaye
kaanon mein kahi jaaye


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“Amar Keertan”(1954) was a “bhakti pradhan” movie which was directed by K C Pandit for Punjab Film Corporation, Bombay. The movie had Asha Mathur, Shahu Modak, Naaz, Jayant, Rajendra, Seeta Bose, S Prakash, Prem Kumar, Sitaram, Maya Das, Hira Sawant, Kumkum, Lallan, Bansari, Neerja, Chaand Burque etc , with guest appearances by Ameeta Devi, Kamal Mehra and Madan Puri.
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“Halla Gulla” (1954) was produced and directed by Bhagwan for Bhagwan Art Productions, Bombay. The movie had Bhagwan, Shakila, Sajjan, Baburao, Leela Gupte, Leela Gandhi , Begam Bai, Suneeta, Salvi, Qamar, Sukumar, Bhagwan Rao “Aankh”, Balaram, Deepak, Yashwant, Swami etc in it.
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“Laadla”(1954) was directed by Surya Kumar (better known as a choreographer) for Verma Films, Bombay. the movie had Shyama, Karan Dewan, Agha, Raj Mehra, Krishna Kumari, S Nazir, Dar Kashmiri 9Jeewan), Dev Kishan, Parvati, Maruti etc, with Sundar credited as a guest artist.
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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 more than nine years. This blog has over 13600 song posts by now.

This blog is active and online for over 3300 days since its beginning on 19 july 2008.

Total number of songs posts discussed

13654

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1024
Total Number of movies covered =3736

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Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

Active for more than 3250 days.

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