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“Dr Shaitaan”(1960) was produced by Ram Kumar and it was directed by Shriram Bohra for Bohra Brothers production, Bombay. The movie had Premnath, Shakila, Sheikh Mukhtar, Sunder, Tiwari, Sheikh, Helen, Nasreen, Nazi, Indira, Ramkumar, Rajan Kapoor, Ramlal, Mahendra, Maqbool, Mirajkar, Kamaol Sharma etc in it.

Here is the story of this by now forgotten movie, as recounted by Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia:

Dr. Shaitaan – 1960, is an interesting film, provided you leave your brains and reasoning power and logic at home before venturing to see this film. (I remember having seen this film, as I was an ardent fan of Shaikh Mukhtar those days.) The film, a Bohra Brothers production is produced by Ramkumar and directed by Shriram Bohra. The dialogues, story and screenplay is by Ramprakash Ashq.

Dr. Ashok (Premnath) is an internationally famous scientist, who has vowed to keep this world in peace, come what may. This of course, is not what Dr. Shaitaan (Sheikh Mukhtar) thinks. He wants to rule the world. He gets hold of atomic power. He uses it to give life to his dead henchmen. Dr.Shaitan creates chaos, destruction and mass killings. The police are helpless. They can’t find Dr. Shaitaan. The police contact Dr. Ashok, who is busy with his work whenever he is free from singing songs and meeting his beloved Asha (Shakila). Ashok accepts the challenge. When Dr. Shaitaan learns about this, he (naturally) kidnaps Asha to bargain with the police. Dr. Ashok produces a weapon which will kill Dr. Shaitaan, despite his atomic power.

With the help of police, Dr. Ashok enters Dr. Shaitaan’s den a la James Bond style and not only rescues Asha but also kills Dr. Shaitaan, for the greater good of the mankind. Dr. Ashok is honored by the government and privately given a special prize by Asha !

Thus the world is saved.

This movie had six songs in it. Five of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the sixth and final song from “Dr Shaitaan”(1960) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. N Datta is the music director.

This song is a western style rock and roll song which was a popular genre of song in Hindi movies in those days, especially in crime thriller movies which this movie certainly was.

With this rocking and rolling song, “Dr Shaitaan”(1960) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Holla hup holla hup holla hup..gorey gorey gaalon se barse ujli dhoop (Dr Shaitaan)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-N Datta

Lyrics

holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup

ye ankhiyaan gulaabi
bana de jo sharaabi
zara jo muskura doon
dilon ki ho kharaabi
ye ankhiyaan gulaabi
bana de jo sharaabi
zara jo muskura doon
dilon ki ho kharaabi
sitam mera nazaara
bala ka har ishaara
ada se isko loota
nazar se usko maara
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup

jo rang hai nazar mein
to loch hai kamar mein
chale jo teer mera
to ja lage jigar mein
jo rang hai nazar mein
to loch hai kamar mein
chale jo teer mera
to ja lage jigar mein
jawaan mera nishaana
kabhi to chot khaana
pukaarti jawaani
bura hai dil bachaana
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup

jo paanv mera lachke
lage dilon pe jhatke
mera jawaab kya hai
gaya na koi bach ke
jo paanv mera lachke
lage dilon pe jhatke
mera jawaab kya hai
gaya na koi bach ke
main husn hoon niraala
naya naya ujaala
main jis’se baat kar loon
wahi naseeb waala
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup
gorey gorey gaalon se
barse ujli dhoop
holla hup
holla hup
holla hup

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“Shrawan Kumar”(1960) was produced by Ramubhai Desai and directed by Sharad Desai for Prabha Pictures, Bombay. This mythological movie had Nalini Chonkar, Anant Kumar, Achala, S K prem, Sundar, B M Vyas, Yashodhara Katju, Chaand Burque, Polson, Dabboo, Daya Devi, Kesari, Fazlu, C J Pandey, Kesarbai, V Prem, Premlata, Premi, Radheshyam, Baby Rukhsana, Cuckoo, Madhumati, Raj Prakash etc in it.

The movie, obviously based on the tale of Shrawan Kumar, had ten songs in it. Shrawan Kumar was a contemporay of Lord Ram and his mention is found in Ramayan.

Movies like this aimed to make its audience watch the movie and cry, witnessing the hardships faced by the protagonist. The movie had several songs that are heavy duty listening for me (preachy songs/ tragic songs etc).

Thankfully, there are a few songs that spare us that agony. I have chosen one such song here.

This song is a “missing the beloved” song which is sung by Lata. Bharat Vyas is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shivram.

The song is picturised on a lady whom I am unable to identify. I request our knowledgeable readers ti help identify her.
PS-She is Nalini Chonkar. I thank our knowledgeable reader Mr Suresh Patil for helping to identify her.

With this song, “Shrawan Kumar”(1960) makes its debut in the blog. As many as 111 Hindi movies were released in 1960. “Shrawan Kumar”(1960) becomes the 100th movie to 1960 to find representation in the blog. So with this song, we achieve yet another artificially made up but nevertheless a significant century in the blog.


Song-Tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre (Shrawan Kumar)(1960) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Shivram

Lyrics

tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
do naina bhaye more baawre
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre ae

tum bin ye jag kaara hai
chaaron taraf andhiyaara hai
o o o o
o o o o
aaj thhaki
man haara hai
kitni door kinaara hai
ho kinaara hai
doley jeevan ki dagmag naav re
naiyya ke khiwaiyya aao re
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
ho saanwre
ho saanwre

tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
do naina bhaye more baawre
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre ae

laakh tumhen hoon bisraati
phir bhi bhool nahin paati
o o o o
o o o o
bichhad gaya jeevan saathi
tel bina jalti baati
jalti baati
aankhon se tera algaav re
hai man mein chhupa ek ghaav re
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage more paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre ae

dheere dheere saanjh dhale
ruk ruk meri saans chale
o o aa aa
o o aa aa
dhoondhh thhaki par tum na miley
man tadpe mere praan jaley
mere praan jaley
badi door door tera gaanv re
tere paanv ki deekhe na chaanv re
tujhe khoj khoj main haari
ab thhakne lage morey paanv re
tum kahaan chhupe ho saanwre
ho saanwre
ho saanwre


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“Dr Shaitaan”(1960) was produced by Ram Kumar and it was directed by Shriram Bohra for Bohra Brothers production, Bombay. The movie had Premnath, Shakila, Sheikh Mukhtar, Sunder, Tiwari, Sheikh, Helen, Nasreen, Nazi, Indira, Ramkumar, Rajan Kapoor, Ramlal, Mahendra, Maqbool, Mirajkar, Kamaol Sharma etc in it.

This movie was a crime thriller. It had six songs in it. Four of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the fifth song from “Dr Shaitaan”(1960) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Rafi and Asha Bhonsle. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. N Datta is the music director.

The song is a “Mumbaiya” style teasing song with Mumbaiyya slang words like “piyela”, ” maghaz phirela” etc liberally sprinkled in the lyrics.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this lively tapori brand teasing song.


Song-Hamen raste mein chhede kyun (Dr Shaitaan)(1960) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-N Datta
Both

Lyrics

hamen raste mein chhede kyun
arre kya tu piyela hai
karen kya pyaar mein tere
maghaz apna phirela hai

oho o o
hamen raste mein chhede kyun
arre kya tu piyela hai
karen kya pyaar mein tere
maghaz apna phirela hai

oho o o
daadan daan daan daaan dan daan
laa ra laa la laa lalalala

ab to meri jaan
kahde zara haan
aisa bhi kya hai arre ae

dil to le chuka
chaahe aur kya
ja maskhari kyun kare ae ae ae
ab to meri jaan
kya
kahde jara haan
aisa bhi kya hai are

dil to le chuka
chaahe aur kya
ja maskhari kyun kare
haaye ye ada
hum to dilruba
haaye ye ada
hum to dilruba
nakhron pe tere marela hai

humen raste mein chhede kyun
are kya tu piyela hai
karen kya pyaar mein tere
maghaz apna phirela hai

oho o o
daadan daan daan daaan dan daan
laa ra laa la laa lalalala

lagta yahi dar
dekhegi agar
duniya kahegi bura
tujhpe jab maren
kis’se hum daren
humko na itna dara aa aa aa

lagta yahi dar
dekhegi agar
duniya kahegi bura
tujhpe jab maren
kis’se hum daren
humko na itna dara

samjhe na zara
maane na kaha
samjhe na zara
maane na kaha
tera to bheja sadela hai
aany
hume raste mein chhede kyun
are kya tu piyela hai
karen kya pyaar mein tere
maghaz apna firela hai

oho o o
daadan daan daan daaan daan daan
laa ra laa la laa lalalala


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“Dr Shaitaan”(1960) was produced by Ram Kumar and it was directed by Shriram Bohra for Bohra Brothers production, Bombay. The movie had Premnath, Shakila, Sheikh Mukhtar, Sunder, Tiwari, Sheikh, Helen, Nasreen, Nazi, Indira, Ramkumar, Rajan Kapoor, Ramlal, Mahendra, Maqbool, Mirajkar, Kamaol Sharma etc in it.

This movie was a crime thriller. It had six songs in it. Three of these songs have been discussed in the past.

I notice that all the songs in this movie were “western” songs as befitting a crime movie of 1950s.

Here is the fourth song from “Dr Shaitaan”(1960) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Geeta Dutt. Jaan Nisaar Akhtar is the lyricist. N Datta is the music director.

Only the audio of this song is available. Listening to this song, most people will guess this song to be an archtypical Helen bar dance song on the lines of “mera naam chin chin choo”.

Helen is very much there in the cast, and so I guess that this song must have been picturised on her. Nevertheless, I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Na na na na na na ab na aa ke jaana (Dr Shaitaan)(1960) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Jaan Nisaar Akhtar, MD-N Datta

Lyrics

naa
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
humse na chalega
ye tera bahaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na

meri baahen chaman
nazron me sau baankpan
meri baahen chaman
nazron mein sau baankpan
chaandni sa badan
jo bana de deewaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
humse na chalega
ye tera bahaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na

muskura doon agar
jaayenge moti bikhar
muskura doon agar
jaayenge moti bikhar
dekho dekho idhar
main to hoon ik khazaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
humse na chalega
ye tera bahaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na

tu jawaan main haseen
kaise dilaaun yaqeen
tu jawaan main haseen
kaise dilaaun yaqeen
dil se badhkar nahin
aur koi thhikaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
humse na chalega
ye tera bahaana
na na na na na na
ab na aa ke jaana
na na na na na na


This article is written by Mahesh Mamadapur, 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.

chaman mein sab ne hi gaaya
tarana zindagani ka
magar sab se alag tha rang
meri hi kahani ka

zamanaa sun raha hai jis ko
wo meri kahani hai

 

The voice of Mukesh continues to enthral the world of music. Today (22 July) is his birth anniversary and I present here a short song from the film ‘Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai’ (1960). This film has already been Yippeee’d on the blog, but this particular rendition can as well be taken as an additional separate song.

The video shows Raj Kapoor on the screen, though he does not lip-sync the song. Mukesh in his usual trademark voice recites two dohas (couplets) of Sant Kabir Das. There are some comments on the internet that this short song and scene were missing in the film. I request readers to throw more light on this aspect.

Though there are many websites dedicated to the dohas of Kabir, I requested our Sudhir ji to not only write the lyrics for me but also translate the same. I thank him profusely for the help rendered.

I feel that the voice and the empathy expressed by Mukesh will be more pronounced and appreciated if one understands the meaning of the dohas first. Mukesh, who has recorded the original rendition of the popular ‘Ramcharit Maanas’ of Tulsidas (abridged version), also has a lot of bhajan’s in the film and non-film category. Quite a few of these bhajanas are yet to appear on the blog.

I have been away from the blog as far as song postings is concerned, due to some personal commitments, but will surely come back with more compilations of Mukesh with the artists in the two on-going series. There are a couple of newly discovered songs which will be introduced in the very near future.

With this short song wherein the clarity of the pronunciation of words and the heart-felt expression in the voice is very much perceptible, I once again join numerous Mukesh fans in remembering him on the anniversary of his birth.

Translation and Notes (Provided by Sudhir)
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kabeer soya kya kare, uth na rovey dukh

Why continuing to sleep
Be awake, be alert
And stop crying for sorrows

jaaka vaasa gor mein, so kyon sovey sukh

For happiness is not the destiny
One who eternally lives in grave
Can he ever sleep in peace

Notes: In his couplets, Kabir Das has a specific addressal. When the message of the couplet is a teaching directed towards others, the form of addressal used is ‘sadho‘. When the message of the couplet is directed inwards, then the addressal used is ‘Kabir‘ or ‘Kabira‘. But as is seen in all cases, the message is meant for all. In this couplet, the poet is cautioning the human, not to continue sleeping. Now this sleeping is not simply the physical sleep that one resorts to when the body is tired. The poet is referring to the sleep of ignorance, that most human being undergo, as they spend their lives on this planet. The ignorance being referred to is the ignorance of the true nature of the self and of this material world. The human seeks happiness, but is almost always drowning in the tears of sorrow. So the poet says, wake up and realize the true nature, and don’t continue to cry for your sorrows. Because the life on this planet has only one destination, that is death. We are all residing in graves that have already been prepared for us. For a living person who is existing in a grave, can there be any happiness to be found (in the grave), can such a person ever have a peaceful sleep.
jaaka = variant of ‘jis ka’; for whom
vaasa = to reside; to live
gor = grave; कब्र

जीवन मरण विचार कर, कूड़े काम निवार

Contemplate the cycle of life and death
And dispose of the menial tasks of life
(do what needs to be done for life)

जिन पंथों तुझ चालना, सोई पंथ संवार

But realize the true paths
That have to be traveled
Strive to improve and enrich
The knowledge of that path

Notes: The poet is exhorting the learner, to contemplate the true nature of the cycle of life and death – that nothing in this world is permanent. The process of living entails certain tasks to sustain the life; these are low level tasks, that need to be dispositioned and done with. Do not lose yourself in this process of life, for there are other truer paths that one has to traverse. Make efforts to improve, enrich, clean up the awareness and the knowledge of these paths, so that the travel on these paths of truth is free of obstacles and pain.

In the given scenario, Raju, the village bumpkin and singer, is torn between how to sort out the problem he is facing – neither the dacoits are willing to just meekly give up their profession and surrender, nor is the police showing any benevolence towards them, to try and bring them in alive. In the scene just before these couplets, Raju is at the residence of the police commissioner (role played by Raj Mehra), and is pleading for leniency in return for their surrender. While this conversation is in progress, one of the dacoits, on the instructions of Raaka (role played by Pran), who is now the new gang leader, throws a message tied to a stone, into the house, breaking a window pane. The message is a challenge to the police commissioner, to hand over Raju and Kammo (role played by Padmini) to the dacoits. (Padmini has left the dacoit’s hideout with Raju, much to the chagrin of Raaka). The police commissioner is infuriated, and in anger expresses his will to capture all dacoits and hang them. Raju is now in a fix; what to do. The police won’t listen to him, and for their own reasons. And Raaka, blinded by his obsession for Kammo, and his vexation at Raju, for being the preferred person in Kammo’s heart, isn’t going to oblige by listening to Raju.

In this quandary, Raju is not able to sleep. And then these two couplets play in his mind. He is not lip syncing, but his expressions are so impressive, as he listens to this voice from within. This voice sings two couplets to him, telling him that it is useless to seek happiness in this life and this world, which is only sorrows – the epithet used is “jaaka vaasa gor mein”; that all humans are living in graves already dug for them. The second couplet advises that one should only contemplate on the truth of life, and seek out the path that will take towards that truth. And once that path is evident in the mind, then the personal striving should be cleanse and enrich this path, leading one towards the truth.

When this second couplet plays, a smile descends on the lips of Raju, a light is seen and a determination is made. Raju leaves the police commissioners home immediately, leaving Kammo sleeping inside the room. One does not see him leave, but the next scene is Kammo waking up only to find Raju missing. On enquiry, she is told that he left during the night, but where he has gone, is not known to anyone. But Kammo knows, that Raju has returned to the gang’s hideout.

 


Song – Kabir Soya Kya Kare (Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai) (1960) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – Kabir Das, MD – Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics

kabeer soya kya kare, uth na rovey dukh
jaaka vaasa gor mein, so kyon sovey sukh

jeevan maran vichaar kar, koode kaam nivaar
jin panthun tujh chaalna, soi panth sanwaar

jin panthun tujh chaalna, soi panth sanwaar

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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कबीर सोया क्या करे, उठ ना रोवे दुख
जाका वासा गोर में, सो क्यों सोवे सुख

जीवन मरण विचार कर, कूड़े काम निवार
जिन पंथों तुझ चालना, सोई पंथ संवार

जिन पंथों तुझ चालना, सोई पंथ संवार

 


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

taqdeer ka fasaana. . .

So much to be said for destiny and luck. Especially in an industry as unkind and pitiless, as the film industry. They always say, success sells; nothing succeeds like success. But then what to say of success stories that really didn’t go any place.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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, I am presenting a duet song “Zulm Bhi Karten Hain Aur Kehten Hain Fariyaad Na Kar” sung by Suman Kalyanpur and Mohammed Rafi in ‘Mera Ghar Mere Bachche’ (1960). This song has been in my radar for more than two years, to present in the blog. However, I got overtly involved with locating the rare songs from the films of 1940s and share those. During this period, I thought that Rafi fans or ‘Sureeli’ Suman Kalyanpur fans among the Atulites would post this song on the Blog. But this did not happen. So I am destined to present this song.
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This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

अब क्या मिसाल दूँ में इस प्यारी आवाज़ की
इन्सान बन गई है तरंग वीणा के तार की

वीणा, माँ सरस्वती के हाथ की वीणा – जो सब ज्ञान का स्रोत है, जो समस्त सृष्टि के संगीत का उद्गम स्थान है, जो वाणी और ध्वनि का आरंभ है।

Veena, that is in the hand of Goddess Saraswati; veena, that is the source of all knowledge and all that is music in this creation.

Yes, the voice of Lata ji. A voice that is adorned in many a thousand ways, a voice that lives in the minds and memories through many a thousand songs, in Hindi films, in films of other regions, and songs that don’t belong to films. The legacy is a treasure. Quite so much has been written about this voice, my adding more would simply be repeating what has been said before. And much of that discussion is an overbearing analysis of the phases and careers, that are after all moot points, when arrayed against the qualities of the voice itself. That discussion is like ‘गूंगे की शक्कर’ – the description of the sweetness of sugar as expressed by a person who cannot speak. He would place the sugar on your palm, and tell you silently, to taste it, to eat it. After that tasting, no words are necessary, to discuss what sugar is. 🙂
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“Durga Maata”(1960) was produced and directed by B S Ranga for Vikram Productions, Madras. The movie had Rajkumar (south), Sowcar Janaki, Sandhya, Nagan, Narsomharaju, Bhatt etc in it. It appears to me that this movie was a remake/ dubbed version of a Sputh Indian movie where songs were created afresh for the Hindi version.
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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.

Today’s song is from the film Captain India-1960. Not only this film is making a Debut on the Blog, but its Music Director- Hemant Kedar- too is making his Debut here. It is a rare occasion these days that a music Director makes his Debut in the blog, because we have covered so many MDs already ( at my last count, we have covered 462 MDs on this Blog). However, there are still a large number of MDs whom we have yet to listen. From 1931 to till today, as per a rough estimate, there could be almost 500 to 700 Music Directors.
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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 13500 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

13529

Number of movies covered in the blog

Movies with all their songs covered =1015
Total Number of movies covered =3712

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Blog Start date: 19 july 2008

Active for more than 3250 days.

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