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, Songs From Movies of 7 Great Lyricists

 
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post Oct 6 2014, 06:45 PM
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Kabhi Andhera Kabhi Ujala (1958)

Songs from this album were uploaded few months back in this very thread. The information about these songs is available at the following location.

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...4658&st=789

The songs are no longer available at the location mentioned but I will be happy to reload them on request.

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post Oct 7 2014, 07:42 PM
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(Javed Akhtar) Duplicate (1998)

This comedy and action movie was the first of many in which Shah Rukh appeared for Dharma Productions. Shah Rukh gave a great performance in a dual role, one as a simple guy and the other as a baddie. The movie boasts all good songs with some fine lyrics by Akhtar Saab and hit music by Anu Malik. On the surface it appears that this movie has all the ingredients to be a hit film. However it did not click with the audience.

Incidentally, Kajol makes a brief appearance in the film, another regular of many hit films made by Dharma Productions, where Shah Rukh’s character confronts her on the railway platform and asks her whether she will marry him. In the background the song from the 1995 hit film “Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge”, “Tujhe Dekha Toh” is played.

Among so many catchy songs from this film my favorite is “Mere Mehboob”. I am posting this and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts.

Here are the songs in the first post…


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post Oct 7 2014, 07:47 PM
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Concluding Songs from "Duplicate (1998)"...

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


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post Oct 8 2014, 11:30 PM
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(Majrooh) Daaka (1959)

Here are the songs from this album...


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post Oct 9 2014, 07:13 PM
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(Rajinder Krishan) Naya Aadmi (1956)

This movie was made originally in Tamil, “Velaikaari”, in 1949. It was based on the famous play by Annadurai, the founder of DMK Party. It was inspired by the famous Bhawal case about an imposter who claimed to be the prince of Bhawal who was presumed dead 10 years earlier. The story basically deals with class conflicts. Apart from the true story based on Bhawal case, it also borrowed heavily from Alexandre Dumas’ famous novel “The Count of Monte Cristo”. Tamil film was a huge hit.

Six years later, in 1955, the movie was made in Kannada as “Mallimadhuve” and “Santhosham” in Telugu. Both films were hits. In 1956 it was remade in Hindi as “Naya Aadmi” with a mixture of several Telugu and Hindi film actors. The Hindi film had two music directors, Madan Mohanji, and the duo Viswanathan & Ramamurthy (VR) who also composed music for the Telugu film. Mohanji composed music for three songs and the rest were composed by VR.

Here is an interesting sidelight. Annadurai, the author of the story of this film, eventually became the Chief Minister of then Madras State (now called Tamilnadu). And the hero of the Telugu and this film, N.T. Rama Rao, went onto become the Chief Minister of then Andhra Pradesh State (it is now divided into two states; one Andhra and the other Telangana).

Here are the songs from this film…


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post Oct 10 2014, 07:45 PM
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(Shailendra) Savera (1958)

Filmgoers and music lovers hardly are familiar with the name of Sailesh Mukherjee who was the composer of music for this film. He was a multi-talented person. Besides composing music, he was a singer as well as an actor.

He directed music at least for a couple of other films. These were “Suhag Sindoor (1953)” and “Parichay (1954)”. He sang some songs in “Suhag Sindoor”. He also was a good tabla player. He acted in some films under the name of Srikant Gaurav. The films were “Miya Biwi Raazi (1960)” and “Pyar ki Pyas (1961)”.

The song “Aankh Micholi” was contributed by Viraj Padhye, a member of the Forum. Thank you very much Viraj. Incidentally, this song was not in the VCD. Here is this and other songs from this film…


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post Oct 11 2014, 06:14 PM
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Thanks you so much Swarapriya

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QUOTE(coolkee @ Oct 11 2014, 05:44 AM) *

Thanks you so much Swarapriya

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You are very welcome, Coolkeeji.

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post Oct 11 2014, 07:24 PM
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(Shakeel) Leader (1964)

S. Mukherji, who was the head and part owner of Filmistan Studios that produced a string of box-office hits, decided to leave the good company and form his own independent one. The new company was Filmalaya. As its maiden venture he launched this film, “Leader”. Dilip Saab, who wrote its story, was looking for someone to make the film. With Mukherji launching a new studio, he thought it would be ideal if he could get him make the film. Mukherji Saab accepted and launched the movie on a grand scale.

The major problem with the movie was it has an atrocious and incohesive screenplay. This caused too many problems in the production. Also movie was getting too long. It eventually ran into financial problems. So instead of waiting for the completion of this movie, to generate some quick cash to make the studio solvent, Mukherji hired Nasir Hussain to make “Dil Deke Dekho”. That movie became a huge hit and kept the new studios going forward.

When finally movie resumed its production, Dilip Saab was so unhappy with the director Ram Mukherjee that in the press there were rumors that he ghost directed the movie himself. When the movie finally was released in 1964, it did not run as expected. Dilip Saab got the Best Actor Filmfare Award even though I thought his histrionics were too slapstick and disappointing.

Incidentally, Ram Mukherjee, whose father was a brother of S. Mukherjee, was also the father of actress Rani Mukherjee. He introduced her in a Bengali film, “Biyer Phool” made in 1996 that he directed. He later introduced her to the Hindi film audience in the movie “Raja ki Ayegi Baraat” in 1997, that he also directed.

What lifted “Leader” was its music by Naushadji. The movie may have fared poorly both critically and financially but Naushadji working with Shakeel Saab gave memorable music with most of the songs becoming chartbusters.

I am uploading songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…


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Concluding Songs from "Leader (1964)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine album...


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post Oct 15 2014, 10:25 PM
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(Anand Bakshi) Professor X (1966)

I do not have a single song from this album. The following is a list of the songs from this film. If anyone of you can, please kindly share these songs with rest of us. Thank you.


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post Oct 16 2014, 07:19 PM
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Mr. Qartoon M.A. (1958)

The title role of this film was played by the comedian actor Johnny Walker. He was also joined by Mahmood in the film. The M.A. in the title does not stand for the Master of Arts degree. Instead it is short for Master of Aloo, where Johnny played the role of a chef in a popular restaurant.

The only distinguishing feature of this forgettable movie was its magnificent music composed by OP Saab. Each one of the songs became highly popular especially the title song. That also is my favorite song from the film. Here are two parts of that song and others from this film…


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(Javed Akhtar) Jaane Jigar (1998)

This is simply an atrocious movie. It is poorly scripted from a razor thin story, poorly directed, and poorly acted. Jackie Shroff appears a minute before the intermission and maybe he has five or six scenes in the entire film. In each of those scenes he is involved in a fight, without exception. Only thing that is not bad in the film is its music. Rajesh Roshan and Javed Akhtar together gave several good hits before. This is not in the same league but considering this farce of a film it is okay. One song stands above rest of them with its rich lyrics, “Sau Barson Tak”. It is beautifully sung by Kumar Sanu with a fine music arrangement. Here are this and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts…


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Concluding Songs from "Jaane Jigar (1998)"...

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post Oct 18 2014, 06:37 PM
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(Rajinder Krishan) Pocket Maar (1956)

In some of his earlier movies Dev played several shady character roles. This movie was one of them. I am not certain how successful the movie was, but overall it was not bad. Even though Geeta Bali was the leading lady of the film it was Nadira who had a bigger and meatier role. Music by Madan Mohanji, who seldom disappointed, was about average. The duet of Lataji and Talat Saab, “Yeh Nai Nai Preet Hai”, was a chart buster. It is also my favorite of the album. Here is this and other songs from this film…


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