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, Songs From Movies of 7 Great Lyricists

 
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post Jan 15 2018, 10:27 PM
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(Majrooh) Saathi (1968)

Director Sridhar seemed like stuck with “love triangles” as subjects for his movies. His “Nazrana (1961)” dealt with two women involved with the same man. In “Dil Ek Mandir (1963)” he had two men loving the same woman. In this film he is back to two women married to the same man due to circumstances. He also had Rajendra play a doctor doing research on cancer. Sounds familiar? “Dil Ek Mandir” also had the same elements. He dwelled on emotions generated through these three people. This film was based on the 1961 Tamil hit “Palum Pazhamum”.

The movie was an uneven film in spite of its magnificent music. The major disappointment here was Rajendra Kumar. He had put on few pounds and in many scenes was not even close to emoting opposite seasoned Vyjayanti Mala and upcoming Simi. In fact, Simi stole the show by giving a splendid performance.

Naushad Ali Saab, one of our greatest musicians, in his career handled only a few movies made in south. This movie will be remembered for its great music by Naushadji. This time he had all male songs sung my Mukesh Saab. The female singers were Lataji and Suman Kalyanpur. All songs by Mukeshji, including the duet with Sumanji sparkle. Lata has two outstanding solos in “Mere Jeevan” and “Kaun Aaya”.

The duet “Mere Pyaar” appeared three times in the film. The second was a snippet that already appeared in the first. I am not uploading it. Third one had three antaras with the first two already appeared in the first one. The third antara is different. I am uploading this in full.

I am uploading all songs from this film in two back-to-posts. Here are the songs in the first post…


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Concluding Songs from "Saathi (1968)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from Naushadji's triumphant musical...


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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jan 15 2018, 10:27 PM) *

(Majrooh) Saathi (1968)

Director Sridhar seemed like stuck with “love triangles” as subjects for his movies. His “Nazrana (1961)” dealt with two women involved with the same man. In “Dil Ek Mandir (1963)” he had two men loving the same woman. In this film he is back to two women married to the same man due to circumstances. He also had Rajendra play a doctor doing research on cancer. Sounds familiar? “Dil Ek Mandir” also had the same elements. He dwelled on emotions generated through these three people. This film was based on the 1961 Tamil hit “Palum Pazhamum”.

The movie was an uneven film in spite of its magnificent music. The major disappointment here was Rajendra Kumar. He had put on few pounds and in many scenes was not even close to emoting opposite seasoned Vyjayanti Mala and upcoming Simi. In fact, Simi stole the show by giving a splendid performance.

Naushad Ali Saab, one of our greatest musicians, in his career handled only a few movies made in south. This movie will be remembered for its great music by Naushadji. This time he had all male songs sung my Mukesh Saab. The female singers were Lataji and Suman Kalyanpur. All songs by Mukeshji, including the duet with Sumanji sparkle. Lata has two outstanding solos in “Mere Jeevan” and “Kaun Aaya”.

The duet “Mere Pyaar” appeared three times in the film. The second was a snippet that already appeared in the first. I am not uploading it. Third one had three antaras with the first two already appeared in the first one. The third antara is different. I am uploading this in full.

I am uploading all songs from this film in two back-to-posts. Here are the songs in the first post…


Tum na chaho to Prabhu is by Manhar Udhas as per Vishwas Nerurkar's book on Naushad. Experts can comment.

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