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post Nov 18 2014, 07:52 PM
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(Shakeel) Zindagi Aur Maut (1965)

Faryal, the leading lady of this film, was introduced in this film. Interestingly she made about 40 plus films but never made much of an impression on the moviegoers. One notable film she was in was ‘Jewel Thief (1967)”.

N.A. Ansari, besides acting as a baddie, also produced and directed the film. The music was by Ramchandra. One song, “Dil Laga Kar”, both female and male versions, topped the charts. Even now these two versions of the song are lovely to listen to. Here are these and others from this film…


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post Nov 22 2014, 05:30 AM
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(Anand Bakshi) Sunehre Kadam (1966)

A prank played too many times starts out as a fun thing but in the end turns out deadly with tragic sequences. This was the essence of the story behind this film. Shashikala played the prankster who was under the impression that she was playing a harmless game. Rehman played the victim who has to pay a very high price with tragic consequences. The movie had two music directors, Bulo C. Rani and S. Mohinder. There are several good songs in the film.

A brief note about the music director Rani (his picture attached below). He started his career as an assistant to Khemchand Prakash. Later he worked under Gyan Mukherjee. After that he became an independent music director. His first was a 1946 film “Dharti”. One of the finest films of Rani Saab was the hit film “Jogan (1950)” in which Geetaji sang 11 solos and a duet. The last Hindi film he composed music for was “Sunehre Kadam” the songs of which I am uploading in the next post. He gave music for over 60 films yet his contributions went unnoticed.

Bulo C. Rani Saab’s work in over 60 Hindi films spanning a career of 25 years had created over 400 songs. Many of these songs became hits. Yet by 60’s his kind of music was not much relevant to many producers. He struggled in his last few years as the neglect from the industry for which he gave so much of his life was hard to take. He committed suicide by falling off a tall building in May 1973. He died unsung as his death was hardly noticed by the public as well as press alike.

One of his famous qawwali is “Humein Toh Loot Liya Husnwaalon Ne” sung by Ismail Azad Qawwal from the film “Al-Hilal (1958)”. Lyrics are by Shewan Rizvi. I am uploading this evergreen qawwali below. Songs from “Sunehre Kadam” are uploaded in the next post…




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Songs from "Sunehre Kadam (1966)"

Here are some fine songs from this film...


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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Pehla Pehla Pyar (1958)

Sometime back some of the songs from this film were uploaded elsewhere in this very thread. If anyone is interested I will be happy to upload them again...

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post Nov 23 2014, 03:56 PM
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Nov 22 2014, 09:04 PM) *

(Hasrat Jaipuri) Pehla Pehla Pyar (1958)

Sometime back some of the songs from this film were uploaded elsewhere in this very thread. If anyone is interested I will be happy to upload them again...



Dear Swarapriya Ji

You can make very happy if you re-upload the songs.Please...

Thank you
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post Nov 23 2014, 11:44 PM
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QUOTE(coolkee @ Nov 23 2014, 02:26 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Nov 22 2014, 09:04 PM) *

(Hasrat Jaipuri) Pehla Pehla Pyar (1958)

Sometime back some of the songs from this film were uploaded elsewhere in this very thread. If anyone is interested I will be happy to upload them again...



Dear Swarapriya Ji

You can make very happy if you re-upload the songs.Please...

Thank you
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The three songs I have from this film are in the next post. Cheers...


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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Pehla Pehla Pyar (1958)

I have only three songs from this film. The song "Akka Bakka" is due to the courtesy of our member, Romeshji. Thank you very much Romesh. The missing songs are shown in red italics in the table below. If anyone can share these with rest of us I will be much thankful to them.

Here are the three songs I have from this movie...


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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Nov 23 2014, 07:21 PM) *

(Hasrat Jaipuri) Pehla Pehla Pyar (1958)

I have only three songs from this film. The song "Akka Bakka" is due to the courtesy of our member, Romeshji. Thank you very much Romesh. The missing songs are shown in red italics in the table below. If anyone can share these with rest of us I will be much thankful to them.

Here are the three songs I have from this movie...



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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Pehla Pehla Pyar (1958)

Thanks you so much
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You are very welcome. Cheers.

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(Javed Akhtar) Mil Gayee Manzil Mujhe (1998)

The great music director Bhupen Hazarika joined hands with another great lyricist Javed Akhtar Saab to come up with songs for this album. The net effect is that there are some different sounding good songs in this album. My favorite of the album is the sweet song “Aayee Neend Dheere Se”, magnificently sung by Kavita. Here is this and the rest of the songs from this fine album…


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post Nov 25 2014, 08:33 PM
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(Majrooh) Jaal Saz (1959)

Posing as the long lost missing son of rich parents is nothing new to the Hindi films. That is the central theme of this film with Kishoreda playing the role of the son. For most of the movie his clownish antics get on your nerves. Then there are moments in the film where Kishoreda shows serious side of his acting skills. There are only few of these but he was simply marvelous in those scenes. The movie has plenty of duets. It is a feast for Asha and Kishore song fans and there are sfive of their duets in the film. I am uploading these and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…

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Concluding Songs from "Jaal Saz (1959)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this movie...


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(Rajinder Krishan) Taj (1956)

“Nagin (1954)” movie enjoyed such unprecedented success that it was inevitable that the team that made that film got together to make another musical similar to it. The result is this film “Taj (1956)”. Both films had Vyjayanti Mala and Pradeep Kumar in the lead. They were supported by Jeevan in both of the films. Both were directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal. Both had music by Hemantda. For both films assistant music director was Ravi. Rajinder Krishan was the lyricist for both the films. Both films had tons of songs, majority of them sung by Lata. If “been” was the instrument of music in “Nagin” it was “baansuri” in “Taj”.

While the music for “Nagin” became sensationally popular, “Taj” enjoyed limited success. Most of the songs of “Taj” were popular but not to the extent enjoyed by “Nagin”. Nevertheless “Taj” boasts so many good songs. My favorite of the album is Rafi Saab’s “Mori Vinati Suno”. The song almost sounds like that it could have been easily from “Baiju Bawra (1952)”.

I am uploading all songs and music clips from the film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set…


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Concluding Songs from "Taj (1956)"...

A note about the song in this post, “Mori Vinati Suno Bhagwaan (H)”. Here Hemantda’s voice is heard for only a few seconds. Part of it is obliterated by Vyjayanti Mala’s dialogue. I could not remove her voice without losing Hemantda’s brief version of the song so I have decided to let it stay. Rest of the song is simply music. I am uploading it here for completeness sake. Here is this song, the rest of them, and some music clips...


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(Shailendra) Chand (1959)

A childless woman (played by Pandaribai of “Bhabhi (1957)” fame) forces her rich husband (Balraj Sahni) to marry another woman so that he can become a father. He yields to her pressure but declares to his new wife that she can never have the place his first wife enjoys. This gives rise to various complications. Meena Kumari plays an uneducated second wife who fights for her rightful place in her new home. Meenaji gets to play various shades of a woman that gave her a chance to demonstrate her acting skills. First as a cheerful and a happy girl, then as a wife fighting for her place in her new home, then as a mother to keep her child under her vigilance, and then when she loses her baby in the custody battle as a woman gone insane. In the end she is returned to her child and her husband.

Hemantda was at the helm of the music. Couple of songs by Lataji, “Aye Baadalo” and “Khoyi Khoyi” stand out, especially the latter. There is a takeoff on the famous qawwali from “Al-Hilaal (1958)”, “Humein Toh Loot Liya”. The qawwali from this film is “Ghalat Hai Loot Liya”. The movie lists Shailendra as the only lyricist. But various sources indicate that this was written by Akhtar Lucknowi. Also the singer’s name is wrongly attributed to Ranganath Jadhav. But the correct singer is Raghunath Jadhav. I read a blog that states that this indeed is the case as confirmed by Harminderji of Hindi Film Geet Kosh. Incidentally there are two female singers accompanying Jadhavji. I am not 100% certain but I think they may be Shamshad Begum and Sudha Malhotra. I am requesting members to please verify this. Thank you. I also came across a version song of this qawwali by Arzoo Bano that I am including in the second post.

I am uploading above songs and others including some music clips in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…

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