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, Songs From Movies of 7 Great Lyricists

 
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swarapriya
post Dec 18 2012, 02:20 PM
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QUOTE(Abdur Rehman @ Dec 18 2012, 12:26 AM) *

SP, can you also include DN Madhok, Anjaan and Shakeel Badayuni also in this topic. That will cover all the major lyricists. Its only a suggestion.


Seshadri,

I have Shakeel already included in the thread. As far as the other two, it is not possible to include them at this point. This was lot of work, many months, to put together movies of these seven great lyricists. Without that kind of effort I will not be able to do satisfying justice to the topic. May be yourself or someone else can forward and share songs of these other two lyricists you have mentioned.

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post Dec 19 2012, 09:42 AM
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Shakeel Badayuni

For a person who was in the film industry for nearly 50 years, Shakeel Badayuni wrote lyrics for hardly 90 movies. In 70's, 80's, and 90's he wrote songs for only four films. Early in his career he contributed songs for films composed mainly by Naushad Saab.



It is true that Shakeel Sahaab may have contributed merely 600 to 700 songs but the quality,feelings & richness of litreture in each lyrics were 100%, making him super hit lyricist scoring atleast 70%. bow.gif

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post Dec 19 2012, 09:50 AM
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Dec 18 2012, 02:20 PM) *

QUOTE(Abdur Rehman @ Dec 18 2012, 12:26 AM) *

SP, can you also include DN Madhok, Anjaan and Shakeel Badayuni also in this topic. That will cover all the major lyricists. Its only a suggestion.


Seshadri,

I have Shakeel already included in the thread. As far as the other two, it is not possible to include them at this point. This was lot of work, many months, to put together movies of these seven great lyricists. Without that kind of effort I will not be able to do satisfying justice to the topic. May be yourself or someone else can forward and share songs of these other two lyricists you have mentioned.

Cheers,
S


DSP

Your efforts definately deserves high regards.

Be ease & please keep on the good work rolleyes.gif

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post Dec 19 2012, 12:39 PM
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QUOTE(usrafian @ Dec 18 2012, 08:12 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Dec 18 2012, 01:54 PM) *

Shakeel Badayuni

For a person who was in the film industry for nearly 50 years, Shakeel Badayuni wrote lyrics for hardly 90 movies. In 70's, 80's, and 90's he wrote songs for only four films. Early in his career he contributed songs for films composed mainly by Naushad Saab.



It is true that Shakeel Sahaab may have contributed merely 600 to 700 songs but the quality,feelings & richness of litreture in each lyrics were 100%, making him super hit lyricist scoring atleast 70%. bow.gif

USR


I feel the same way about Shakeel Saab. Otherwise he will not be part of this thread. Cheers. -S

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post Dec 19 2012, 01:46 PM
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(Anand Bakshi) Silver King (1957)

Bakshi Saab wrote at least one song for this film. A possible list of the songs of this film is shown in the following table. Unfortunately I don't have any of these songs to share with you. I am requesting members to share any songs from this film they may have. Thanks.

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Concluding Songs from "Dard (1947)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine album including some instrumentals...

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post Dec 20 2012, 01:25 PM
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QUOTE(nandi @ Dec 19 2012, 09:58 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Dec 18 2012, 02:12 PM) *

Concluding Songs from "Dard (1947)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine album including some instrumentals...

Thanks!


You're very welcome Nandi. Cheers.
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Awara (1951)

Most of the following write up appeared in one of my earlier posting of this film.

K.A. Abbas had a tremendous influence over the movies Raj Kapoor made early in his career. He was responsible for the proletarian ethos of the Raj’s early films. The culmination of coming together of Abbas ji and Raj was professionally strange, to speak the least. Raj was a deeply religious person. Abbas ji on the other hand was probably an agnostic but a definite rationalist. If Raj was progressive, that was veiled and became somewhat clearer only though his films. He didn’t adhere to any ideology and definitely was apolitical. In contrast Abbas ji was a hard core and avowed, die hard Marxist.

Abbas ji wrote stories, dialogues, or screenplays for some of Raj’s best movies. These include “Awara” (1951 - screenplay and dialogue), “Shree 420” (1955 - story, screenplay, and dialogue), “Jagte Raho” (1956 - screenplay), “Mera Naam Joker” (1970 - story and screenplay), “Bobby” (1973 - story and screenplay), and “Henna” (1991 - story). Almost all these movies were smashing successes except for “Jagte Raho” and “Mera Naam Joker”. Even these two became kind of cult classics many years after their releases.

Abbas ji in an interview fondly recalled his association with Raj Kapoor as follows: "While Raj Kapoor is no great ideologue, he is not allergic to ideas. Indeed, with his basic sympathy for the common man, he is more than amenable to socially progressive ideas and humanist ideals, so long as their presentation does not interfere with the popularity potential of his film".

What did Raj Kapoor thought of Abbas ji? Here is what Raj said in one interview: “Fortunately, I have from the very start been happy in my professional associations and it was quite early in my film career, when I was scarcely a film and a half old, that my association with K.A. Abbas began. That was ‘Awara’, an exciting intellectual adventure, which set off an exchange of ideas and a way of working between Abbas sahib and myself that continues to this day. ‘Awara’ embodies my earliest fashioning of the sort of universal humanity symbol which was to go on taking finer shape through a succession of films until ‘Mera Naam Joker’, where it emerged as the crystallization of my entire philosophy of life.”

Here are some interesting tidbits. Dewan Basheshwarnath Kapoor, father of Prithviraj and grandfather of Raj, appeared as a judge in the beginning of the fim. Shashi Kapoor, younger brother of Raj, played young Raj in the film. Prem Nath, Raj’s brother-in-law appeared as one of the singers on the boat in the song “Naiyya Teri”. Raja Navathe, the assistant director of this film, later directed Raj’s musical “Aah (1953)”.

I am uploading all the songs and some specials in five back-to-back posts. The first two posts contain the complete songs from the film. The second post also contains few music clips from the film. The third post contains several extended version songs. The fourth post contains some specials. The fifth and the final post contain some instrumentals of the songs from the film.

Here are the details of the songs and the songs themselves in the first post…


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Concluding Songs from "Awara (1951)"...

Here are the rest of the songs and some music clips from this film...


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Some Extended Version Songs from "Awara (1951)"...

Here are some of the extended version songs from this fine album...


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Some Specials of "Awara (1951)"...

Here are a couple of specials with Raj's introduction and a private version of the song "Ek Bewafa"...




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Some Instrumentals of the Songs from "Awara (1951)"...

In this final post, I am uploading some instrumentals of the songs from "Awara"...


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(Javed Akhtar) Andaz (1971)

Javed Akhtar co-wrote the screenplay for this popular film. I am posting songs from this movie in two back-to-back posts. First post contains all of the songs from the film. The second post contains some instrumentals.

The movie signified, in a way, "the changing of guard". Here the baton was passed from the very popualr Shammi Kapoor to a new romantic hero on the horizon, Rajesh Khanna. In a brief appearance Rajesh was endearingly dominating compared to the role played by Shammi. Fans will never forget Rajesh's refreshingly heart warming performance.

Here are the songs in the first post...


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Concluding Songs from "Andaz (1971)"...

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(Majrooh) Shahjehan (1946)

Ragini, who played Mumtaz Mahal in this film, was known as “Aaho Chashm” (deer like eyes). Kanwar, who played the title role in this film, appeared as a leading man with Ragini in an earlier Punjabi film, “Dulla Bhatti (1940)”. Kanwar came from a rich background and was smitten by Ragini’s beauty. It was he who persuaded producer-director Kardar to cast himself as Shahjehan so that he could be close to Ragini who Kardar already cast to play Mumtaj Mahal. However, Ragini rejected all his advances. A dejected Kanwar became an alcoholic and eventually died of tuberculosis. Ragini who later migrated to Pakistan also had tough life. In her last days she was abandoned by her own daughter. Sadly she died forgotten, poor and lonely.

I am including here in the second post an interview with Naushadji where he fondly recalls his experience working with Saigal Saab. It is a very touching interview. This is a must for anyone interested in Saigal Saab.

Here are the songs in the first post...


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