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post Mar 29 2013, 12:42 PM
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Concluding Songs from "Kaala Patthar (1979)"...

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post Mar 30 2013, 12:34 PM
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(Majrooh) Fareb (1953)

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post Mar 31 2013, 01:03 PM
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(Rajinder Krishan) Shaan (1950)

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post Apr 1 2013, 01:00 PM
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(Shailendra) Aah (1953)

Most of the following write up appeared in one of my earlier postings of this fine album...

This was the first movie Raj produced but did not direct that was a commercial failure. At least his "Aag (1948)" was an artistic triumph even though it did not pan out financially. After garnering unprecedented successes he enjoyed with his earlier movies, "Barsaat (1949)" and "Awaara (1951)", the failure of "Aah" was a big downer for Raj. Bunny Reuben, who was a close friend of Raj, writes in Raj’s biography how Raj recalled his "Aah" experience. Raj went and saw the movie on the first day in the Opera House in Bombay and could tell from the way the audience reacted that this movie was going to be a flop. Based on this he decided to revise its ending from tragedy to a somewhat neutral ending where the hero's life is "spared" and is reunited with his sweetheart for eventuality they were to face together. The DVDs that are available out today have this revised version.

If one examines Raj's own home production movies until this point, one key trend stands out. In all these movies one of the key characters either dies or suffers a traumatic experience. In "Aag" this is shown as the disfigurement of the hero. In "Barsaat" there is a death (Nimmi's). In "Awaara" the hero is imprisoned for life. In the original version of "Aah" the hero dies. Later on this also manifests in several of his other movies.

The story of "Aah" was written by Inder Raj Anand. But nearly final 30 minutes of the movie of the original version was a direct lift from Barua's Devdas (with K.L. Saigal), made in 1935. Here we see the hero traveling in a train with his servant, then using a horse carriage to go to the bride’s place on her wedding night, and eventual death right in front of her bungalow as the wedding procession passes by unaware of his dead body. By the way the horse carriage driver was played by Mukesh singing that famous song “Chhoti Si Zindagani”.

I am uploading all of the songs from this movie in back-to-back two posts. All songs of the movie are from an original soundtrack album CD. I am uploading a special and also an extended version of the song "Jhanan Jhanan". Unfortunately, its quality is not that good. This song is by the courtesy of the Forum members. Thank you.

The songs of "Aah", like most of Shankar-Jaikishan's earlier movies, made history. Each of the song was a major hit. Even though they all are marvelous, one song is a standout. Lataji's "Yeh Shaam Ki Tanhayian" is one of my all-time favorites. I probably heard this zillion times yet I never get tired of it. The sweetness, the melancholy, and the longing were superbly executed in an unforgettable way by Lataji to Shailendra's rich lyrics. This song stays in your heart forever. This is truly an ageless classic masterpiece.

Now for details of the songs in the first post and the songs themselves...


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post Apr 1 2013, 01:13 PM
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Continuing Songs from "Aah (1953)"...

Here are more songs from this beautiful album. The song "Maiyya Yashoda Ji" was added later on to give the movie happy ending...


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post Apr 1 2013, 01:22 PM
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Concluding With Instrumentals of the Songs from "Aah (1953)"...

Here are instrumentals of some of the songs from this popular album...

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(Shakeel) Pardes (1950)

This movie was directed by M. Sadiq who later directed Guru Dutt’s famous movie on friendship and love “Chaudhvin ka Chand” in 1960. Guru surprised everyone when he elected Sadiq, who of late hasn’t done much good commercially, to direct his movie. This was soon after the debacle Guru suffered with his classic “Kaagaz ke Phool” in 1959, his last directorial effort. But after seeing this movie, “Pardes”, I can see why Guru went for Sadiq. “Pardes” also at its heart was based on the theme of friendship and love. This may have given another reason to Guru to have Sadiq handle the directorial duties of his film “Chaudhvin ka Chand”.

Incidentally, Madhubala’s younger sister Chanchal was introduced in this movie in a small and insignificant role.

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post Apr 3 2013, 12:41 PM
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(Anand Bakshi) Mehlon Ke Khwab (1960)

Madhubala produced this film that starred herself, her sister Chanchal in a major role, and her husband Kishore Kumar. Interestingly Kishoreda was paired with Chanchal in the film whereas Madhubala’s love interest was Pradeep Kumar. But Kumar only had a very limited role. Even Madhubala’s role was also somewhat limited. She gave her sister Chanchal most of the screen time.

In this film, one can easily detect that something was wrong with Madhubala’s health. She looked very pale. The health might have been a compelling reason why Chanchal garnered so much of screen time. Madhubala’s health became so bad that things took turn for worse for her. While shooting the film Madhubala collapsed and fainted. With her congenital heart problem playing havoc with her health, she was flown to England for treatment. The movie was finished with Chanchal stepping in for her sister.

Most of the songs in this film are good. Their quality is variable ranging from fair to decent. Please note that the song “Gar Tum” has some skips between 2:20 and 3:00. Also, the song “Yeh Hai” between 2:10 and 2:45.

Here are the songs from this album…

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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Apr 3 2013, 01:41 PM) *

(Anand Bakshi) Mehlon Ke Khwab (1960)

Madhubala produced this film that starred herself, her sister Chanchal in a major role, and her husband Kishore Kumar. Interestingly Kishoreda was paired with Chanchal in the film whereas Madhubala’s love interest was Pradeep Kumar. But Kumar only had a very limited role. Even Madhubala’s role was also somewhat limited. She gave her sister Chanchal most of the screen time.

In this film, one can easily detect that something was wrong with Madhubala’s health. She looked very pale. The health might have been a compelling reason why Chanchal garnered so much of screen time. Madhubala’s health became so bad that things took turn for worse for her. While shooting the film Madhubala collapsed and fainted. With her congenital heart problem playing havoc with her health, she was flown to England for treatment. The movie was finished with Chanchal stepping in for her sister.

Most of the songs in this film are good. Their quality is variable ranging from fair to decent. Please note that the song “Gar Tum” has some skips between 2:20 and 3:00. Also, the song “Yeh Hai” between 2:10 and 2:45.

Here are the songs from this album…

thanks swarapriya for all these gems
just a correction
song TIKDAMBAAZI is from ADHIKAR 1954-AVINASH VYAS-NEELKANTH TIWARI
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QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Apr 3 2013, 03:41 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Apr 3 2013, 01:41 PM) *

(Anand Bakshi) Mehlon Ke Khwab (1960)


thanks swarapriya for all these gems
just a correction
song TIKDAMBAAZI is from ADHIKAR 1954-AVINASH VYAS-NEELKANTH TIWARI
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Thank you Taiyab. It was a tagging error on my part. I made changes to the table to reflect your suggestion. Thanks a bunch again.

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Visiting to this thread is like visiting in Alibaba-Cave, full of treasure .

Swarapriya, pl accept my regards & thanks for every upload.

My very special thanks for duet of Lata & Rafi in 'Pardes' ... Akhiyaan Mila Ke' .
The song in youthful voice of both the legends is just mind blowing.
Rafian versatility in this song... to bus Ghazab Hai !!!!

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QUOTE(usrafian @ Apr 3 2013, 09:32 PM) *

Visiting to this thread is like visiting in Alibaba-Cave, full of treasure .

Swarapriya, pl accept my regards & thanks for every upload.

My very special thanks for duet of Lata & Rafi in 'Pardes' ... Akhiyaan Mila Ke' .
The song in youthful voice of both the legends is just mind blowing.
Rafian versatility in this song... to bus Ghazab Hai !!!!

USR


Thank you kindly My Dear USR. Cheers. -S

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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Poonam (1952)

Songs from this album were recently uploaded in this very thread. They are available starting at the following location...

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...4658&st=234

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(Javed Akhtar) Dostana (1980)

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(Majrooh) Footpath (1953)

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