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, Songs From Movies of 7 Great Lyricists

 
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post Nov 27 2014, 08:52 PM
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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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post Nov 27 2014, 08:57 PM
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Concluding Songs from "Chand (1959)"...

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


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post Nov 28 2014, 07:41 PM
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(Shakeel) Do Badan (1966)

Raj Khosla directed this tragic tale of ill-fated lovers. There is an interesting story about how this hit musical came about. Manoj Kumar and Raj Khosla worked earlier in the 1964 film “Woh Kaun Thi?”. At Manoj’s suggestion Khosla incorporated several changes into that film that became a huge hit. Their friendship grew out of this. Manoj’s idol when he was growing up was Dilip Kumar Saab. A rerun of Dilip Saab’s 1951 film “Deedar” was showing in the theaters. Manoj invited Khosla to accompany him to see the film. After seeing the film Manoj suggested they make a film together for which he had a story idea. In “Deedar” the central character was blind. The story Manoj thought also had the male lead as a blind person. From this idea the movie was born.

The movie was immensely helped by its music. Ravi and Shakeel Saab joined hands together to create what proved to be all chartbuster songs. Both of them including Lata for “Lo Aa Gayi” song were nominated for Filmfare Awards even though they did not win. Simi won an award as the Best Supporting Actress.

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


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Concluding Songs from "Do Badan (1966)"...

Here are some music clips from the film and several version songs...


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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Sep 22 2014, 08:32 PM) *

(Shakeel) Kaise Kahoon (1964)

This movie was directed by Atma Ram, younger brother of the late Guru Dutt. Ram was involved in variety of activities in film making including stints as a producer, assistant director, second unit director, director, actor, controller of production and in other capacities. He was involved with movies, documentaries, and TV Series. He left for England in disgust when his brother Guru Dutt reneged on his promise to have him direct “C.I.D.” that Guru offered instead to Raj Khosla. He later came back to India after Guru’s death to keep his brother’s banner alive by making movies. His 1968 directorial effort “Shikar” was a huge hit.

“Kaise Kahoon” is a simple movie that did not make anyone to get noticed. However it will be remembered for its great songs and rich lyrics of those songs. After the mixed reaction they received for the work on “Benazir” they collaborated together for the first time, people were skeptical about how Burmanda and Badayuni Saab combination will work this time around. Well, this album quieted every critic. It is an absolute beauty. Almost all songs sparkle like gems. I am not going to single out which song is my favorite because there are so many of them I have in this album. Incidentally, RD Burman was the film’s assistant music director.

One note. The song snippet "Saaz-E-Dil" I am including here in the first post is in the DVD. I am not sure whether this song is from this film or not. In the film it was played briefly on a record player. I am including here because it is in the film. If anyone has more details on this, please kindly share with us. Thanks.

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

Dear Swarapriya
the son SAAZ E DIL PE KOI-- is part of ZINDAGI TU JHOOM LE ZARA song
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post Dec 7 2014, 07:12 AM
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QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Dec 3 2014, 02:02 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Sep 22 2014, 08:32 PM) *

(Shakeel) Kaise Kahoon (1964)

This movie was directed by Atma Ram, younger brother of the late Guru Dutt. Ram was involved in variety of activities in film making including stints as a producer, assistant director, second unit director, director, actor, controller of production and in other capacities. He was involved with movies, documentaries, and TV Series. He left for England in disgust when his brother Guru Dutt reneged on his promise to have him direct “C.I.D.” that Guru offered instead to Raj Khosla. He later came back to India after Guru’s death to keep his brother’s banner alive by making movies. His 1968 directorial effort “Shikar” was a huge hit.

“Kaise Kahoon” is a simple movie that did not make anyone to get noticed. However it will be remembered for its great songs and rich lyrics of those songs. After the mixed reaction they received for the work on “Benazir” they collaborated together for the first time, people were skeptical about how Burmanda and Badayuni Saab combination will work this time around. Well, this album quieted every critic. It is an absolute beauty. Almost all songs sparkle like gems. I am not going to single out which song is my favorite because there are so many of them I have in this album. Incidentally, RD Burman was the film’s assistant music director.

One note. The song snippet "Saaz-E-Dil" I am including here in the first post is in the DVD. I am not sure whether this song is from this film or not. In the film it was played briefly on a record player. I am including here because it is in the film. If anyone has more details on this, please kindly share with us. Thanks.

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

Dear Swarapriya
the son SAAZ E DIL PE KOI-- is part of ZINDAGI TU JHOOM LE ZARA song
taiyab


Thank you very much Taiyab for the info. Sometimes I am into these songs so much that I easily miss details like this.

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(Anand Bakshi) Aamne Saamne (1967)

This film with all the hit songs starts off well but ends up as a routine crime drama. Shashi, who is the hero of the film, does a great job impersonating his own older brother, Shammi Kapoor. For about 40 plus minutes the movie was entertaining with several great songs by the inimitable Rafi Saab. Then the movie goes down the hill. I am uploading all the songs and some music clips from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post...


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Concluding Songs from "Aamne Saamne (1967)"...

Here are some music clips from this film...


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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Piya Milan (1958)

This movie was dubbed from a Tamil film. I am uploading six songs here. There are at least three more that I am missing. These are listed in red italics in the table below. I am requesting members to share these and any other missing ones if they can. Many thanks.

The music director for this film was Ramesh Naidu. One of our members, Mahesh (member name smahesh), had a brief thread on him in this directory few years back. You can find out more about him at the following location…

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...hl=Ramesh+Naidu

A note about the singer of the song “Kya Kya Kahoon”, Susheela. (Please see her photo attached below.) She is a giant of a singer who dominated South Indian film industry for a number of years. She made her debut in early 50’s and was a number one singer through late 80’s. Born into a Telugu family, she sang in all South Indian languages as well as Badaga, Bengali, Hindi, Oriya, Sanskrit, Sinhalese, and Tulu. Padma Bhushan recipient Susheelaji was the first one to receive the National Award for a Best Singer for a Tamil film in 1969. She repeated that again in 1971 (Tamil), 1978 (Telugu), 1982 (Telugu), and 1983 (Telugu). Besides that she also received thrice the Tamilnadu State Award, twice the Kerala State Award, and six times the Andhra Pradesh State Award. She is a recipient of many other awards including Filmfare’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Susheelaji is currently active in helping needy musicians through a Trust Fund she started in 2008. She organizes a concert once a year with the help of some senior artistes with the proceedings going to the Trust.

Here is Susheelaji’s melodious song “Kya Kya Kahoon” and five other songs from this film…


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Thanks SP for this and all the uploads. I have one song from missing ones.

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QUOTE(Viraj Padhye @ Dec 14 2014, 05:46 PM) *

Thanks SP for this and all the uploads. I have one song from missing ones.

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Thank you very much Viraj for the song. Cheers.

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(Javed Akhtar) Saaz (1998)

This movie of two sisters with awesome singing talent tells about their love-hate relationship. Apparently part of their story is based on the real life sisters Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle. Here the movie is told mostly on younger sister’s recollections (Shabana is the younger sister and Aruna Irani is the older) and her life experiences. The movie was produced and directed by Sai Paranjape, one of the brilliant minds of Hindi and Marathi cinema and TV.

Sai’s father, Sleptzoff, was a Russian painter and mother Shakuntala was an actor of Hindi and Marathi films. Her parents separated when Sai was barely two. As a young girl she took interest in movies and stories. She published a book when she was only eight.

Sai (see her picture below) became a popular writer by publishing many books. She directed many plays before entering the film field. One of her famous work is the award-winning film “Sparsh” released in 1980. She won three National Awards and many others including two Filmfare Awards. She is a recipient of Padma Bhushan.

This movie, “Saaz”, with four different music directors has some of the excellent music seen in films. Javed Akhtar Saab is at the top of his artistic form. He wrote exceptionally brilliant lyrics for some of the songs. There are so many of them, 15 plus, and all good ones, it is hard to single out a best one.

I am uploading all the songs from the film in three back-to-back posts. The songs from the first two posts have been available in CDs. But the songs in the third post are all from a DVD. I am not certain about the singer and music director assignments. I will be thankful to anyone from our members who can clarify this.

Here are the songs in the starting in the next post…

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Saaz (1998) - Post 1 (Songs)

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Saaz (1998) - Post 2 (Songs)

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Concluding Songs from "Saaz (1998)" - Post 3

Here is the final set of songs from this film. I have question marks on some of the entries because I am not sure whether the credited person is the correct one or not. I will be thankful to anyone who can help resolve this issue.

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


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