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I had not watched any movies in movie halls between 1972 to 1978. When I joined college and with that got the freedom to do what I pleased, I went on a movie watching spree with a vengeance, as if to make up for the lost time. I would watch all the movies that were released in the city, except “low brow” stuff that got released in old and remotely located movie halls.
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Mohammed Rafi : The Incomparable (II) – Song No. 06
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Remembering Rafi Sahab on his 36th Death Annivrsary (31 july 2016) :
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“Sargam”(1979) was produced by N N Sippy and directed by K Vishwanath. The movie was a remake of Telugu hit movie called “Siri Siru Muvva” (1976) starring Jayaprada and Chandramohan.
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This article is wtitten by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Curiosity is a natural emotion every man has. One is always curious to know about his friends, environment, neighbours, even enemies. This curiosity becomes an urge when the subject of curiosity is a celebrity. Celebrities always show only one side of their life, usually the positive one. People are anxious to know more about them, their private lives etc. That is why autobiographies of celebrities are lapped up by the public.
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“Sargam” (1950) was a Filmistan Production movie. It was directed by P L Santoshi, The movie had Raj Kapoor, Rehana, Om Prakash, Mumtaz Ali, Paro, Ratan Kumar, Chandabai, Rajendra, David Abraham, Tabassum, Radha Krishnan, Samson, Vijayalaxmi, Ramsingh, S. L. Puri, Sudesh etc in it.
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This article is written by nahm, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

The other day someone commented on this blog, that “Dosti” (1964) is a film which has all but one songs sung by Rafi. The commentor had also queried if Atul ji could name a film with all song sung by Rafi. When I saw that comment, the first movie that came to my mind was ‘Sargam'(1980). With Rishi Kapoor singing all the songs and Jaya Prada playing a mute girl, it had 7 songs, 3 Rafi solos and 4 Rafi-Lata Duets. Than I remembered that even ‘Laila Majnu” had all but one Rafi song.
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When one talked of a movie called “Sargam” in my younger days, the only movie of this name that I was aware of was the Rishi Kapoor Jayaprada movie of 1980. Later I came to know that a movie of the same title was released in 1950 too which was a Filmistan production. “Sargam” (1950) was directed by P L Santoshi. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Rehana, Om Prakash, Mumtaz Ali, Paro, Ratan Kumar, Chandabai, Rajendra, David Abraham, Tabassum, Radha Krishnan, Samson, Vijayalaxmi, Ramsingh, S. L. Puri, Sudesh etc in it.
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Technically Ramnavmi is over in India, since it is already midnight in India and as such it is a new day. But here is a Ramnavmi song that was quite popular in 1970s and I in fact wonder how I missed out on remembering this song. Peevesie’s mom too remembered it, albeit late and sent this song just minutes before the Ramnavmi day was over.
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“Sargam” (1950) was a Filmistan production. It was directed by P L Santoshi and the starcast included names like Raj Kapoor, Rehana, Om Prakash, Mumtaz Ali, Paro, Ratan Kumar, Chandabai, Rajendra, David Abraham, Tabassum, Radha Krishnan, Samson, Vijayalaxmi, Ramsingh, S. L. Puri, Sudesh etc.
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“Sargam” (1950) is a movie that has been forgotten with time. It was a Filmistan production. It was directed by P L Santoshi and the star cast had names like Rehana, Om Prakash, Mumtaz Ali, Paro, Ratan Kumar, Chandabai, Raj Kapoor, Rajendra, David Abraham, Tabassum, Radha Krishnan, Samson, Vijayalaxmi, Ramsingh, S. L. Puri, Sudesh etc in it.
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