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Music lovers remember 31 july 1980 as the day when Rafi left for his heavenly abode. It was on the same day exactly one hundred years ago from that day (on 31 july 1880) that Dhanpat Rai Srivastav was born in a village called Lamhi in eastern UP.

Google India today is showing a google doodle on Dhanpat Rai Srivastav.
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“Bhai Bahan” seemed to be a popular title for a Hindi movie in the distant past. No less than three movies of this title were released in 1950, 1959 and 1969 respectively, at approximately 10 years interval. Songs from all these three movies have been discussed in the blog.
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“Do Phool” (1958) was directed by A R Kardar for Silver Wings Productions. The movie had Baby Naaz,Romi, Vijaya Chowdhary, Bipin Gupta, Ullhas, Jeevan, Pratima Devi, Rajan Haksar, Neelam, Ameer Banoo, Mumtaz Begum, Bannerji, Nasreen, Tiloo, Amir Ali, Agha, David Abraham etc in it.
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“Boot Polish” (1953) was an R K Films production. It was directed by Prakash Arora. The movie had David Abraham, Raj Kapoor, Veera, Chand Burque, Babay Naaz, Kumar, Shailendra, Bhudo Advani, Prabhu Arora etc in it.
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“Do Phool” (1958) was a Silver Wings presentation. This movie was directed by Kardar. The movie had David, Agha, Jeevan, Baby Naaz, Master Romi, Vijaya Choudhury, Bipin Gupta, Ulhas, Pratima Devi, Rajan Haksar, Neelam, Amir Baanu, Mumtaz Begum, Banerjee, Nasreen, Amir Ali, Tiloo etc in it.
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In olden days, Hindi movie watchers often loved to watch movies telling sad and tragic tales. Personally I never liked watching such movies. I have never watched “Boot Polish” (1953) for this reason.
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“Do Phool”(1958) is a movie with some delightful songs in it. I just discovered a very nice song in this movie.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie songs and a regular contributor to this blog.

Abdul Rashid Kardar belongs to the trio of directors who are called the Movie Mughals of the Hindi cinema world. The other two directors in this group are K Asif (Mughal e Azam, Mohabbat aur Khuda etc.) and Mehboob Khan (Roti, Mother India, Son of India etc.). They are called Movie Mughals, as all of them approached their profession with a big heart, and budget was never considered a constraint in the face of quality or perfection of their creations. The movie names listed are an ample illustration of this trait.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie songs and a regular contributor to this blog.

“Heidi” is a world famous children’s novel, written by the Swiss author Johanna Spyri. First published in 1880, it carried a tag line “For children and those who love children’. ‘Heidi’ is one of the most enduring works of children’s literature, being one of the most popular children books in the twentieth century. Even after 130+ years, the story still reads very fresh and has not lost its charm over the decades. My own first introduction to this work was probably at the age of 6 or 7, when I read a Hindi translation of this work, and got to read the English version later.
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I was aware of a movie called “Do Phool” (1973) but it now I have come to know that there was another movie of this name in 1958. This movie “Do Phool”(1958) is far more obscure that its 1973 namesake. This movie was obviously a B grade movie with no saleable stars in it.
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