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Ummer
post Apr 30 2007, 01:22 AM
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Here is the picture of W.Z Ahmed and his wife Neena. Befoe partition Neena worked in Ek Raat (1942), Prem Sangeet (1943), Man ki Jeet(1944) , Meera Bai (1947) and Prithviraj Samyukta (1946). Among them the most famous were Man ki Jeet and Meera Bai. Man ki jeet was the first indian adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles. Man ki jeet songs were penned by the renowned revolutionary Indian poet Josh Malihabadi. The film had many touching songs including Man Kahey Ghabraey, Pardesi kiyoun yaad aata hai, besides the most titillating song of its time Mera juban ka dekho ubhar (sung by Zohra Bai Ambala Walie). One film song was even recorded in the voice of Neena.

After partition Neena worked in only one Pakistani film Akeli (1951).


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post Apr 30 2007, 05:36 AM
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QUOTE(Ummer @ Apr 30 2007, 12:52 AM) *

Here is the picture of W.Z Ahmed and his wife Neena. Befoe partition Neena worked in Ek Raat (1942), Prem Sangeet (1943), Man ki Jeet(1944) , Meera Bai (1947) and Prithviraj Samyukta (1946). Among them the most famous were Man ki Jeet and Meera Bai. Man ki jeet was the first indian adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles. Man ki jeet songs were penned by the renowned revolutionary Indian poet Josh Malihabadi. The film had many touching songs including Man Kahey Ghabraey, Pardesi kiyoun yaad aata hai, besides the most titillating song of its time Mera juban ka dekho ubhar (sung by Zohra Bai Ambala Walie). One film song was even recorded in the voice of Neena.

After partition Neena worked in only one Pakistani film Akeli (1951).


Man Ki Jeet (Tan Ki Haar)


1. ai chaand na itraanaa
2. pardesi kyon yaad aataa hai
3. man kaahe ghabraye
4. nagri meri kab tak yoonhi barbaab rahe gi
5. ai chaand umeedom ko meri shama dikha de
6. mere jobna ka dekho ubhaar/ Zohra
7. chhip chip kar mat dekho/ Shanta Thakkar and Bharat Vyaas

Lyricist for 1 to 6 was Josh Malihabadi. # 7 was written by Bharat Vyas.
Songs # 4 and 5 may be considered as two parts of the same song although they they appear on different record numbers.

Would you please point out which song was recorded in the voice of Neena ??

-Hashmat

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post Apr 30 2007, 09:08 AM
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QUOTE(shoom @ Apr 29 2007, 07:06 PM) *

QUOTE(Ummer @ Apr 30 2007, 12:52 AM) *

Here is the picture of W.Z Ahmed and his wife Neena. Befoe partition Neena worked in Ek Raat (1942), Prem Sangeet (1943), Man ki Jeet(1944) , Meera Bai (1947) and Prithviraj Samyukta (1946). Among them the most famous were Man ki Jeet and Meera Bai. Man ki jeet was the first indian adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles. Man ki jeet songs were penned by the renowned revolutionary Indian poet Josh Malihabadi. The film had many touching songs including Man Kahey Ghabraey, Pardesi kiyoun yaad aata hai, besides the most titillating song of its time Mera juban ka dekho ubhar (sung by Zohra Bai Ambala Walie). One film song was even recorded in the voice of Neena.

After partition Neena worked in only one Pakistani film Akeli (1951).


Man Ki Jeet (Tan Ki Haar)


1. ai chaand na itraanaa
2. pardesi kyon yaad aataa hai
3. man kaahe ghabraye
4. nagri meri kab tak yoonhi barbaab rahe gi
5. ai chaand umeedom ko meri shama dikha de
6. mere jobna ka dekho ubhaar/ Zohra
7. chhip chip kar mat dekho/ Shanta Thakkar and Bharat Vyaas

Lyricist for 1 to 6 was Josh Malihabadi. # 7 was written by Bharat Vyas.
Songs # 4 and 5 may be considered as two parts of the same song although they they appear on different record numbers.

Would you please point out which song was recorded in the voice of Neena ??

-Hashmat



The songs which were recorded in the voice of Sitara were also recorded in the voice of Neena, although Neena versions are very rare and are not available commercially. I got this info from RMIM

"Its a fact that her producer director husband WZ Ahmed recorded 4
songs of Man KI Jeet in the voice of Neena also apart from Sitara and
the records were unavailable commercially,I happened to listen all of
them with one of the nobles of Hyderabad who had those in his
collection. " Kamalakar Pasupuleti.


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post May 18 2007, 02:25 AM
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Khan Saheb
Since my knowledge of Urdu and Islamic Culture leaves a lot to be desired I am requesting you and other knowledgeable people to occasionally help me in this regard. Right now I have some (movie?) names that I would like to know more about. These are 'Lalla Rukh' 'Gul E Bakawali' and 'Youssef Zuleikha'.The last one I do have some knowledge of but the first two I would like to know meaning of the words or their story ( If nothing else, a little glimpse or synopsis of the movie plot.) Harjinder
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post Jun 9 2007, 12:41 AM
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I just saw this Harjindar ji, here is the meaning of the words/film names:

Lala Rukh = Tulip-cheeked (beloved; sweetheart)

Gul-e-Bakawali = A species of white fragrant flower

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QUOTE(Inaam @ Jun 8 2007, 02:11 PM) *

I just saw this Harjindar ji, here is the meaning of the words/film names:

Lala Rukh = Tulip-cheeked (beloved; sweetheart)

Gul-e-Bakawali = A species of white fragrant flower

Inaam

Inaam saheb
Thanks for the information.We all have to take care of day to day needs and be away from our hobbies and diversions May be I was a little impatient for the answers. Thanks anyway.Harjinder
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QUOTE(Harjinder @ May 18 2007, 02:25 AM) *

Khan Saheb
Since my knowledge of Urdu and Islamic Culture leaves a lot to be desired I am requesting you and other knowledgeable people to occasionally help me in this regard. Right now I have some (movie?) names that I would like to know more about. These are 'Lalla Rukh' 'Gul E Bakawali' and 'Youssef Zuleikha'.The last one I do have some knowledge of but the first two I would like to know meaning of the words or their story ( If nothing else, a little glimpse or synopsis of the movie plot.) Harjinder


Gul-E-Bakawali is the story of Prince Taj-Ul-Muluk and the fairy Princess Bakawali.

Regarding Lalla Rukh perhaps this site may help you.
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I had not checked this thread for a while. thanks for your input. I think you have provided me with a treasure of knowledge about Urdu literature. Harjinder
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Noorie Ji

I had not checked this thread for a while. thanks for your input. I think you have provided me with a treasure of knowledge about Urdu literature. Harjinder




That's alright Harjinder ji; I am glad to be of any help. Please call me Noorie. smile.gif

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