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“Khushboo”(1954) was directed by Rana Indu Shamsheer for Beautiful Pictures, Bombay. The movie hadd Motilal, Shyama, Moti Sagar, Shakila, Kesri, Noor, S K Prem, Amina Bai, Radheshyam etc in it.

The movie had eleven songs in it. Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fourth song from “Khushboo”(1954) to appear in the blog.

This song is sung by Shankar Dasgupta and Asha Bhonsle. Gopal Singh Nepali is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Lal.

Only the audio of this melancholic remonstrating with the Almighty genre of 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 lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.


Song-Kehte hain gyaani dekh le (Khushboo)(1954) Singers-Shankar Dasgupta, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Gopal Singh Nepali, MD-Shankar lal
Both

Lyrics

kehte hain gyaani dekh le ae
o
o o o
duniya banaayi raam ne
ae ae ae
lekin yahaan har aadmi ee ee
bhookhha khada hai saamne
o
o o o
nanga pada hai saamne

jeene ki museebat hai yahaan
marne ka ?? hai ae ae ae

dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai
dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai

neela neela hai ye tamaasha aa aa
aa aa aa
dharti par chhaaya hai kuhaasa aa
kya isi kuhaase ke andar
ham dukhiyon ka bhagwaan hai ae ae ae

dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai
dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai

hai kaisi duniya re ae ae
cham cham chamken laakhon taare
laakhon taare ae
lekin jab din ko dekho to
taaron ki gali sunsaan hai ae ae ae

dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai
dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai

bhagwaan bechaaron ke hain haan
ye duniya bana kar chhupa kahaan
tu chhupa kahaan
jab se din raat bani tab se
tujhe dhoondhh raha insaan hai ae ae ae

dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai
dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai

kehte hain tu rakhwaala hai ae ae
tu sab se taaqatwaala hai
rakhwaala hai
kya diya bujhaane hi ke liye
chalta tera toofaan hai ae ae

dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai
dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai
dhundhhla dhundhhla aasmaan hai

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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 Basant-60. Its namesake film Basant was made in 1942 as well. But in matters of success, both films were opposite to each other. Basant-42, directed by Amiya Chakrawarty , was a successful film, having well known actors and Music Director. Basant-60 in contrast was not so much successful. It was not liked by people, though the lead actors were well known. Nutan was already acclaimed but Shammi Kapoor had yet to come to his elements which he would do with the film Junglee-61. He was still struggling with ‘ Hum sab chor hain ‘ and ‘ Tumsa nahi dekha ‘ acting styles.

Nutan and Shammi Kapor came together for the first time in the film ” Laila Majnu “-53. Basant-60 was their second film. They were yet to become comfortable with each other and it was noticeable in the film too ! Nutan was a fine, talented artiste. She did such films for sustenance. Later this pair was to do yet another film, “Laat sahib “-67, by which time they had beccome seasoned actors.

However, one feels that Nutan was not an actress suited for Shammi’s style. He was suited more for actresses like Sharmila, Asha Parekh, Saira Bano, Kalpana etc. Moreover in the 60s, Shammi Kapoor’s films did not need any story. His films had almost the same story, with few cosmetic changes here and there. Audience went to see the film for Shammi’s antics, his love scenes with New actresses every time and for its Music.

Otherwise also, 1960’s films were escapist films. There was a quantum shift from social issues, reforms, poor farmers, family feuds etc of 1950s to Love, Romance,Music and Dance. Cinema showed us what we always dreamt-Ooty, Shimla, Kashmir, Manali, Musoorie, Himalayas, Villas, Imported cars, Heroines changing clothes 10 times in a day, Heroes stunningly rich or without a job need, or worry of any kind, circling around trees, Bees kissing each other and comic respites with specialist Comedians. In the beginning of such genre of films, a few early films could not develop this technique fully, but it was perfected soon enough and then we had films like Dil deke dekho, Love in Simla,Jab pyar kisise hota hai, Ek Musafir ek haseena etc etc.

The director of this film was B.Mitra or Bibhuti Mitra. Born in 1915 at Calcutta, he joined New Thatres as an assistant in the studio after graduating. Soon he shifted to Bombay and produced two documentaris- V for Victory and Voice of Youth, both in 1941, for British Government as an effort to their war propoganda. These documentaries were shown all over India, in the Theatres.

He tried his hand at film direction. His first film ‘Angoothi’-43 was a resounding Flop. Ashok Kumar was its Hero.when Angoothi was released Ashok’s film Kismet was creating records all over India. Even then, Angoothi ran only for 3 days and it was withdrawn from theatres.

Normally, in Film Industry, an unsuccessful Director is not touched with even a barge pole, but S. Mukherjee selected him as a Director, in Filmistan.

His first film with Filmistan was Safar-46. The director of the film was Bibhuti Mitra. C.Ramchandra was the Music Director. In fact this was his first film after joining Filmistan. Mitra had a nasty habit of interfering in the Music Director’s work. C.Ramchandra did not like it. But because of Shashdhar Mukherjee, he kept quiet. Luckily, halfway through the film, Mitra left and went away to Calcutta.

In late 1950, when the work for film Shabistan started, Bibhuti Mitra came back to Filmistan to direct this movie. The MD was C.Ramchandra. As expected, Mitra started interfering in film’s music. By now, C.Ramchandra was a well known and successful composer and was in great demand from producers. This time he did not tolerate Mitra’s interference. The matter went to S. Mukherjee. Mukherjee took Mitra’s side, as he had brought him back. C.Ramchandra decided to leave Filmistan. Mukherjee was shocked and tried to dissuade CR from leaving,but CR was firm. However he promissed to mukherjee that whenever Filmistan needed him, he will come back and work. True to his word, C.Ramchandra did come back to do Anarkali-53 and Nastik-54 later on. The balance work of Shabistan was done by Madan Mohan.

Bibhuti mitra( 1-1-1915 to 14-3-1989 ), had directed about 12 films from 1941 to 1972 (including phagun-58 and Ji chahta hai-64). He became a producer with his own Mitra productions. he produced Shart-54, Phagun-58 and Basant-60. After Basant’s failure he wound up his production outfit. He directed his last film Mehmil-72, in which he acted also.

Film Basant-60 had music by O P Nayyar. This was a film of Records. One- the film had 14 songs. One duet ‘Raste mein ek haseen’ featured twice in the film, thus effectively making it 15 songs in the film. Two- in all the 14 songs, Asha Bhosle’s voice was there. Three- she had only 1 solo ( and 2 with chorus). Four- there were 10 duets of Rafi and Asha. This was the highest for both of them in any film, in their careers. There was also a triad with Asha, Rafi and Batish. Even Mughal-e-azam had 12 songs. Five- Comedian Johnny Walker had 4 songs, the highest for him as a comedian in any film where he was not the hero.

One of the reasons why Basant-60 flopped was that its story was a mixture of Safar-46 and Shabnam-49 ( both films had their origins in Hollywood films), which were the most successful films of B.Mitra.

Greta memsaab has been writing reviews of Hindi films since some years now. She has reviewed this film also. As per her review, here is an edited synopsis of film Basant-60…..

“Take the plot of It Happened One Night, sprinkle in some ingredients from An Affair To Remember, then stir in a third plot which is completely nuts, and voila! it’s Basant. Two of my favorite Hollywood films and some masala craziness for the price of one Hindi film! Sure, there are huge plot holes and it’s nonsensical at times, but what do I care—especially when the hero and heroine are my beloved Shammi Kapoor and beautiful Nutan. They are great together: his nonchalant silliness complements her feisty character perfectly.
Plus, there’s Pran! and lovely music from OP Nayyar.

Meenakshi Rai (Nutan) is the spoiled daughter of millionaire Rai Bahadur (Murad). We know that she’s a modern girl because she wears trousers and says “My foot!” a lot. She wants to marry Rajesh (Pran), a man of whom her father disapproves strongly.

Her father is escorting her to Calcutta by train to get her away from Rajesh, but she disembarks at another stop in the middle of the night as he is sleeping. Her bag is stolen on the platform by a scoundrel named Billoo (Johnny Walker) and she chases him to a nearby fairground, where she recovers her bag but discovers that her father already has the police after her.

To escape them, she takes to the stage and sings a lovely song (“Raaste Mein”) with a guy named Ashim (Shammi Kapoor). But when she returns to the train station to catch the Bombay train, it’s crawling with police and her father is there! So is Ashim, who has figured out who she is; he’s traveling to Bombay as well.

She decides to take the bus instead and sits next to Billoo—who steals all the money from her purse when she isn’t looking. For some reason never explained, Ashim is on the bus too, and sees a police roadblock ahead. He pushes Billoo aside and saves her from detection.

They enact a hilarious drama of a possessive husband and his shrewish wife, and the policeman flees to avoid getting involved. Shammi and Nutan are really fun to watch as he continues to needle her (and imitates her “My foot!” at every opportunity), and she gives it back to him as good as she gets.

To escape further notice, Meenakshi and Ashim take to the side roads. When Billoo the con man sees a poster with her photo and a Rs 50,000 reward, he starts trailing them. There is a lot of other comic side plot action with Johnny, but I won’t go into it here. He is pretty funny, though.

As Meenakshi and Ashim head towards Bombay by whatever transport they can find, they argue a lot but are getting acquainted too. She tells him that she is headstrong because her father has always been so controlling, and she is longing for a little freedom. They are so CUTE together.

Back in Bombay, Rai Bahadur just wants his daughter back, and is even willing to compromise with Rajesh.

But Ashim and Meenakshi are falling in love.

So true! When the two reach her home in Bombay, she confesses her feelings to Ashim. He tells her to meet him after one month apart, as a test to make sure their love is true. This seemed like a bad idea in An Affair To Remember, and it seems like a bad idea now, but she happily agrees.

Unfortunately, Rajesh is waiting in the wings, and he needs her money. On Meenakshi’s birthday—which Ashim attends in disguise—Rai Bahadur announces her engagement to Rajesh, as promised. Ashim is furious and confronts her, but she reassures him that she loves him. Rajesh overhears them, and sends his thugs to kill Ashim when he goes on a trip to deliver a valuable necklace in this place (our lunatic third plot development):

On the night when they are to meet, Meenakshi has a car accident and is paralyzed from her waist down. Rai Bahadur dies of a heart attack when he hears the news. When she recovers enough to leave the hospital in a wheelchair, Rajesh tells her that Ashim is dead too.

Poor Meenakshi is bereft. Is Ashim really dead? If not, where is he? Did he show up for their rendezvous and think her absence meant she had decided to marry Rajesh? Will she marry Rajesh? Will she ever walk again?

Oh, the drama! The tears! The beauty of Shammi! ”

Thank you Greta Memsaab. ( Do you find traces of ‘Chori- Chori’ and ‘Dil hai ki manata hi nahin ‘-91 in this film too ? )

Let us now enjoy one of the funny duets, filmed on Johnny Walker in the film Basant-60.


Song-Duniya pakki four twenty(Basant)(1960) Singers-Rafi, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Qamar Jalalabadi, MD-O P Nayyar

Lyrics

duniya pakki four twenty
duniya pakki four twenty
maar maar ke
are maar mar ke chappal
meri kardi chaplam chanty
duniya four twenty
duniya pakki four twenty

aashiq ki hai reet niraali
bin tabley ke kare qawwaqli
akal ka andha gaanthh ka poora
dil mein mohabbat pocket khaali

jimijimijimijimi
jahaan bhi dekhe koi haseena
wahin baja di ghanty
duniya four twenty

duniya pakki four twenty

chhokariyaan baanki mastaani
sab hai paise ki diwani
inko chaahiye mota bakra
motor saadi surmedaani
jaha bhi tagda engine dekha
karti thamtham thanti
duniya four twenty
duniya pakki four twenty

waah re teri mohabbat ka
len den ke sar par haath
haan tu agar hai chalte purje
mister hum bhi hain chaalaak

aha
bhookhe pet mohabbat kaisi
chhodo tantam tanti
duniya four twenty

duniya pakki four twenty

biwi bachche bahan aur bhaai
sab hain matlab ke shaidaayi
jeb garam to yaara hazaro
kadki ho to kaun ho bhai
haan
biwi bache bahan aur bhai
sab hai matlab ke shaidayi
jeb garam to yara hazaro
kadki ho to kaun ho bhai
ik din inko maal na do to phir
dekho phantam ??
duniya four twenty
duniya pakki four twenty
hahah
hahahwah
duniya pakki four twenty
maar maar ke
haa haha
maar maar ke chappal meri
kar di chaplam ??
duniya four twenty
duniya pakki four twenty


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These days Sudhir Ji has taken up the responsibility of posting most of the articles. According to the new year resolution set for the blog in 2017, one of these posts must introduce a debutant movie whereas another post must go to the other extreme, viz cause a movie to achieve its YIPPEEhood.

As can be seen, one debutant movie- “Aangan”(1973) has already been discussed in the blog today. So it is the YIPPEE post of the day that is awaited so far.

I have noticed that Sudhir Ji has made preparations for a YIPPEE song for the day, but he is not yet logged in again. In case, he logs in and posts this YIPPEE post, the YIPPEE resolution for the year will continue to be fulfillled. But just in case Sudhir Ji gets preoccupied and is unable to post this aricle in time, I have kept another YIPPEE song ready for the day.

Seeing that it is already 9 PM and Sudhir ji has not yet logged in, I have decided to step in and post a YIPPEE post of the day. Then Sudhir Ji’s YIPPEE post could be used in future (say tomorrow).

This song under discussion is the final song from “Neel Kamal”.

“Neel Kamal” (1968) was directed by Ram Maheshwari for Kalpanalok. The movie had Waheeda Rehman, Raj Kumar, Shashikala, Balraj Sahni, Jairaj, Chhaya, Sulochana, David Abraham, Mehmood, Manoj Kumar, Lalita Pawar, Tiwari etc in it.

This movie has some songs that have become immortal. So those who had not watched this movie thought that the movie was in the same league as the songs and so they were dying to watch this movie.

Raja was one of those people who was very eager to watch this movie. But when he finally watched this movie, he found it a big let down. So, now he has learnt to keep his expectations low whenever he watches a movie with great songs in it. I think it is a good policy. Another good policy would be to just watch the picturisation of the song and give the rest of the movie a miss. This is my preferred way. 🙂

Six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. The seventh and final song from the movie is one song that I had never heard before. This song is picturised as a stage dance song on Waheeda Rehman (in female dress) and Waheeda Rehman (in male dress) alongwith chorus. I have not watched the movie so I have no idea how this was done. I request our knowledgeable readers -Raja, for instance, 🙂 to light on this matter.

And the song is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Asha Bhonsle with chorus. Yes, Asha Bhonsle sings for both Waheeda Rehmans and she alters her voice for the two. So it is an interesting song where Asha Bhonsle sings for two characters and sings for them in series, viz one after the other. In the next decade, she would sing for two actresses and she would do that in parallel (viz simultaneously). That song too will come up for discussion too in the blog.

The song is sung and picturised as a cocktail of Western and Punjabi dance. The performance is watched by a house full audience, with Manoj Kumar seated in front row, as one would expect. 🙂

Sahir Ludhianvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ravi.

The lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

With this song, “Neel Kamal” (1968) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Aao nee sakhiyon dekho cheez niraali (Neelkamal)(1968) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Sahir Ludhianvi, MD-Ravi
chorus
(Asha Bhonsle +Chorus)

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

hoyye ae ae

haayye nee

aao nee sakhiyon
aao nee adiyoon
dekho cheez niraali
naa ye moochhon waali shai hai
aur na choti waali
mujhe toh sakhi roop is kaa
donon ke vich kaa lagtaa..aaa
mujhe toh sakhi roop iss kaa
donon ke vich kaa lagtaa

des des main teri khaatir
Beatle bann kar ghoomaa
gaa gaa kar woh dhoom machhaayi
saaraa Europe jhoomaa
mujhe na dhutkaar goriye
ke main toh tera yaar lagtaa
mujhe na dhutkaar goriye
ke main toh tera yaar lagtaa

arrey jaa jaa jaa jaa jaa
deewaane jaa jaa jaa
I love you
I love you

jaane tu insaan hai koyee
yaa bhootni ka bachchaa
jaane tu insaan hai koyee
yaa bhootni ka bachchaa
khud ko mera yaar kahaa toh
khaa jaaoongi kachcha
dekhoon toh teri jaan nikley ae
jo mera dildaar lagtaa
mujhe na dhutkaar goriye
ke main toh tera yaar lagtaa
arrey jaa jaa jaa jaa jaa
deewaane jaa jaa jaa

I love you
I love you

saat samandar paar se aayaa
le kar kapdaa gehnaa
saat samandar paar se aayaa
le kar kapdaa gehnaa
main hi tera yaar hoon gori
maan le mera kehnaa
wahaan naa aisaa roop bhartaa
toh logon ko ganwaar lagtaa
mujhe toh sakhi roop iss kaa
donon ke vich kaa lagtaa
arrey jaa jaa jaa jaa jaa
deewaane jaa jaa jaa

I love you
I love you

murge jaisi taangen teri
bandar jaisa chehraa
murge jaisi taangen teri
bandar jaisa chehraa
tu aur mere ghar aayegaa
baandh ke sar par sehraa
sheeshe main jaa ke tak mukhdaa
tu koyee chidimaar lagtaa
mujhe na dhutkaar goriye ae
ke main toh tera yaar lagtaa

dekh pehan lee
phir se maine
woh poshaak puraani
ab toh maan le
ab toh keh de
mujhko apnaa jaani
o o o
sajnaa aa
beliyaa..aaa
saathiyaa
dekh pehan lee
phir se maine
woh poshaak puraani
ab toh maan le
ab toh keh de
mujhko apnaa jaani
tujh par sadqe
tujh par waari
meri bhari jawaani
tu kheton ka raajaa ban gayaa
main faslon ki raani
mujhe ye tera roop sajnaa
badaa hi lachchedaar lagtaa
tu meri dildaar lagti
main tera dildaar lagtaa
mujhe ye tera roop sajnaa
badaa hi lachchedaar lagtaa
tu meri dildaar lagti ee
main tera dildaar lagtaa

hurrrrrrrr rrrr rrrrrrrrrrr ahhaa
hoyye hoyye hoyye hoyye
balle balle balle balle balle ae ae ae

hoyye sohniye hoyye ae
looo looo looo loo loo lo


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The music of “Kaala Sona”(1975) was quite popular during its time. I would have loved to watch this movie but for the back that I was not allowed to watch any movies from 1972 till 1978, viz as long as I was school.

And now, when I can watch the movie and that too online, I feel disinclined to do so. Obviusly the principle of demand and supply is at work, and this time in the reverse direction.

Now a days, I can only watch the video of songs and that is all. “Kaala Sona”(1975) had four songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the blog, which means I have watched the picturisation of those songs.

I have watched the picturisation of the two remaining songs as well. The settings are similar in both the picturisations. And I am intrigued by the fact that Keshto Mukherji figures quite prominently in both the picturisations. He plays a drunkard alright, but did he play such a big role in the movie that he fitted in as many as two songs of this movie and that too quite prominently ? I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on this fact.

Here is the third song from “Kaala Sona”(1975) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. The song is picrurised on Parveen Babi who is shown lip syncing this song for the benefit of Keshto Mukherji ! Yes indeed ! Of course other dubious looking characters are also visible in the picturisation.

Majrooh Sultanpuri is the lyricist. Music is composed by R D Burman.


Song-Ek baar jaane jaana iqraar karte jaana (Kaala Sona)(1975) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Majrooh Sultanpuri, MD-R D Burman

Lyrics

ek baar
jaane jaana
ikraar karte jaana
ek baar
jaane jaana
ikraar karte jaana
jhooth hi kah do
mera dil rakh lo
chaahe phir tum na aana aa aa aa aa
ek baar jaane jaana
ikraar karte jaana
jhooth hi kah do
mera dil rakh lo
chaahe phir tum na aana aa aa aa aa
ek baar jaane jaana

jhoothi baaten bhi yaar ki
lagti hai baaten pyaar ki ee ee ee ee
aha aha
aha
aa aa
jhoothi baaten bhi yaar ki ee
lagti hain baaten pyaar ki ee ee
hum bhi kya kare tum bhi kya karo
dekho na sanam
arre
haan aan aan
ek baar
jaane jaana ikraar karte jaana
jhooth hi kahdo
mera dil rakh lo
chaahe phir tum na aana aa aa
ik baar jaane jaana

tum jo mil jaao ek baar
main bhi dikhla doon wo bahaar aar aar
aha
aha
aha aa aa
tum jo mil jaao ek baar
main bhi dikhla doon wo bahaar aar
bhoole na kabhi
saari zindagi
allah ki kasam
arre haan aan aan
ek baar jaane jaana
ikraar karte jaana
jhooth hi kah do
mera dil rakh lo
chaahe phir tum na aana aa aa aa aa
ek baar jaane jaana
ikraar karte jaana
jhooth hi kah do
mera dil rakh lo
chaahe phir tum na aana aa aa
ek baar jaane jaana
ek baar jaane jaana
ek baar jaane jaana


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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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“Aabroo” (1956) was directed by Chaturbhuj Doshi for Uma Chitra production, Bombay. The movie had Kamini Kaushal, Kishore Kumar, Madan Puri, Achla Sachdev, Smriti Biswas etc in it.
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“Raftaar”(1975) was produced by S I Shivdasani and directed by Dinesh-Ramesh for Chitralekha Movies, Bombay. The movie had Vinod Mehra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Danny Denzongpa, Arpana Choudhary, Ranjeet, Madan Puri, Sunder, Kundan, Indira Bansal, Mohan Choti, Birbal, Jankidas, Lalita Kumari, Moolchand, Manisha, Ruby Mayers, Mohan Sherry, etc in it.
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“Kalaakaar”(1954) was produced by Datta Dharmadhikari and directed by Anant Mane for Alhad Pictures, Poona. The movie had Sheila Ramani, Raja Nene, Agha, sundar, Vivek, Niru, Hira Sawant, Raja Gosavi, Ram Kumar, Praveen, Dhumal etc in it.
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“Indra Leela”(1956) was produced by Malikchand Kochar, M A and directed by Rajendra Sharma for Nirmal Pictures, Bombay. This mythological movie had Trilok Kapoor, Kuldeep Kaur, S N Tripathi, Leela Mishra, Rajendra Singh, Indu Pal, Rajkumar, Ram Raseela, Lalit Kapoor, Nirmal Kumar, Kamaldeep, Chawla, Uma Devi, Uma Dutt, Amarnath Tripathi etc in it.
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“Reshmi Roomaal”(1961) was directed by Harsukh Bhatt for Zar Productions, Bombay. The movie had Shakila, Manoj Kumar, K N Singh, Maruti, Shammi, Helen, Nasreen, Shivraj, Kamal Kapoor, Sulochana Chatterji, Keshav, Bharm Bhardwaj, Jankidas, Jagdish Kanwal, Prem Kumar, Narbada Shankar, Prem Sagar, Ratan Gaurang etc in it.
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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 eight years. This blog has over 13200 song posts by now.

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