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, Dev, Dilip & Kishore

 
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post Apr 25 2011, 03:50 AM
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(Dilip) Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)

Here is another movie based on a famous English novel "Wuthering Heights" by Emile Bronte. It was published in 1847. The story tells passionate but thwarted tale of two ill-fated lovers. In 1939, famous Hollywood director William Wyler (of “Ben-Hur” among others) made this into an award winning popular movie with Merle Oberon and Sir Laurence Olivier. It was remade in 1992 with Juliette Binoche and Ralph Fiennes, but this time around the adaptation was tame.

When producer and director Kardar approached Dilipji with the story that he was thinking of making it into a movie, Dilip Saab at once took the story to the heart. He saw an opportunity as he immediately recognized that the complex character presented many challenges that demanded different skills as an actor. On one side as a silent lover the performance demanded much restraint. On the other side the villainous nature has to bring in from the actor subtle shades of grey. On another dimension, the role offered a chance to show pangs of pathos of a heart broken lover. All said and done, when the movie was made and released, a consummate actor he is, Dilip Saab pulls off all these different facets with much magnificence and élan.

It was rumored that Dilip Saab spent much time with Kardar Saab in developing his and the character played by Pran. As a result, this is one of those roles where Pran also gives an equally unforgettable performance.

Waheeda, the object of everyone's love interest in the story, was stunningly beautiful. As usually is the case with her, she exuded not only grace and charm but pulls off her role matching scene for scene with Dilip Saab.

There are some beautiful songs Naushadji created to the lyrics penned by Shakeel Saab. Listen closely to the solos by Rafi Saab. Especially the way Rafi Saab sings the songs, "Guzre Hain Aaj Ishq Mein" and "Koi Saagar Dil Ko". Only Rafi Saab can deliver such masterpieces. But my favorite happens to be the duet of Asha and Rafi Saab, "Saawan Aaye Ya Na Aaye". This is an absolutely sweet duet with Naushadji's imprint all over it.

I am uploading all songs from the original sound track album in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set …


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post Apr 25 2011, 03:58 AM
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Concluding Songs from "Dil Liya Dard Liya (1966)"...

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



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post Apr 25 2011, 03:36 PM
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Nov 29 2009, 11:29 AM) *

(Dilip) Milan (1947)

This movie was also known as "Naukadubi". Here are the songs from this album, all by the courtesy of the Forum members. Thank you very much. I am not certain whether these are all of the songs from this album or not. If not so, requesting members to share the missing ones if any. Thank you.

Hello SP
can you please re-upload the album

Thanks in advance


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post Apr 27 2011, 11:49 AM
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(Dilip) Milan ("Naukadubi") (1947)

I am re-uploading songs from this album on request. These songs are all due to the courtesy of the Forum members. Thank you.

Here are the songs...

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post May 2 2011, 12:18 AM
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(Kishore) Dilli ka Thug (1958)

This beautiful album has several zany as well as a few lovely songs. With Kshoreda in the lead, one can expect a fair share of typical zaniness. Most of the songs he sang for this film fit this pattern except for one. This one is the duet "Yeh Raaten Yeh Mausam". It is one of my favorite duets of Asha and Kishoreda. Asha has several lovely numbers of her own with "Yeh Bahaar Yeh Sama" taking the honors. Then Geetaji has her trademark song, "O Babu O Lala". When it comes to these type of songs nobody does it better than Geetaji.

I am uploading all these songs from an original soundtrack album in the first post. The second post contains few extended version songs, all thanks to the Forum members.

Here are the songs in the first post...


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post May 2 2011, 12:24 AM
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Concluding Songs from "Dilli ka Thug (1958)"...

I am uploading few extended version songs from this album. These all were originally contributed by the members of this Forum. Thank you very much...


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post May 2 2011, 10:01 AM
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thanks swarapriya.....but the song "O bandariya" is from "Bombay Ka Chor(1962)"...

can u pls check...


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QUOTE(abhijoy @ May 1 2011, 09:31 PM) *

thanks swarapriya.....but the song "O bandariya" is from "Bombay Ka Chor(1962)"...

can u pls check...


Thank you Gargi.

I double checked my database for both albums but I couldn't come up with the same conclusion you did. I will wait for someone else to come forward and settle this. Thanks. Cheers. -S

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post May 3 2011, 12:29 AM
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 2 2011, 01:04 PM) *

QUOTE(abhijoy @ May 1 2011, 09:31 PM) *

thanks swarapriya.....but the song "O bandariya" is from "Bombay Ka Chor(1962)"...

can u pls check...


Thank you Gargi.

I double checked my database for both albums but I couldn't come up with the same conclusion you did. I will wait for someone else to come forward and settle this. Thanks. Cheers. -S

Swarapriya,

O bandariya is certainly from Dilli ka Thug.I have this info from original CD CDF 120334 and
Hindi Film Geet Kosh.

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post May 3 2011, 01:04 AM
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QUOTE(vasudev0409 @ May 2 2011, 11:59 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 2 2011, 01:04 PM) *

QUOTE(abhijoy @ May 1 2011, 09:31 PM) *

thanks swarapriya.....but the song "O bandariya" is from "Bombay Ka Chor(1962)"...

can u pls check...


Thank you Gargi.

I double checked my database for both albums but I couldn't come up with the same conclusion you did. I will wait for someone else to come forward and settle this. Thanks. Cheers. -S

Swarapriya,

O bandariya is certainly from Dilli ka Thug.I have this info from original CD CDF 120334 and
Hindi Film Geet Kosh.

regards,

vasudev


Thank you for authenticating this Vasudev. I happen to have both original CDs. Only thing is all my CDs were converted into MP3s many moons back and have been shelved. It is almost impossible for me to go back to check these to verify one way or another.

Thank you again.

Cheers,
S

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post May 3 2011, 04:27 AM
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 3 2011, 01:04 AM) *

QUOTE(vasudev0409 @ May 2 2011, 11:59 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 2 2011, 01:04 PM) *

QUOTE(abhijoy @ May 1 2011, 09:31 PM) *

thanks swarapriya.....but the song "O bandariya" is from "Bombay Ka Chor(1962)"...

can u pls check...


Thank you Gargi.

I double checked my database for both albums but I couldn't come up with the same conclusion you did. I will wait for someone else to come forward and settle this. Thanks. Cheers. -S

Swarapriya,

O bandariya is certainly from Dilli ka Thug.I have this info from original CD CDF 120334 and
Hindi Film Geet Kosh.

regards,

vasudev


Thank you for authenticating this Vasudev. I happen to have both original CDs. Only thing is all my CDs were converted into MP3s many moons back and have been shelved. It is almost impossible for me to go back to check these to verify one way or another.

Thank you again.

Cheers,
S


The song 'chal re ameeran ... o bandariya' was recorded for Dilli Ka Thug (1958); but wasn't used in Dilli Ka Thug. It was later used in Bambai Ka Chor (1962).

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post May 3 2011, 04:22 PM
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QUOTE(Exon @ May 3 2011, 04:27 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 3 2011, 01:04 AM) *

QUOTE(vasudev0409 @ May 2 2011, 11:59 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 2 2011, 01:04 PM) *

QUOTE(abhijoy @ May 1 2011, 09:31 PM) *

thanks swarapriya.....but the song "O bandariya" is from "Bombay Ka Chor(1962)"...

can u pls check...


Thank you Gargi.

I double checked my database for both albums but I couldn't come up with the same conclusion you did. I will wait for someone else to come forward and settle this. Thanks. Cheers. -S

Swarapriya,

O bandariya is certainly from Dilli ka Thug.I have this info from original CD CDF 120334 and
Hindi Film Geet Kosh.

regards,

vasudev


Thank you for authenticating this Vasudev. I happen to have both original CDs. Only thing is all my CDs were converted into MP3s many moons back and have been shelved. It is almost impossible for me to go back to check these to verify one way or another.

Thank you again.

Cheers,
S


The song 'chal re ameeran ... o bandariya' was recorded for Dilli Ka Thug (1958); but wasn't used in Dilli Ka Thug. It was later used in Bambai Ka Chor (1962).

Exon


thanks exon ji for clarification.....

the song video can be found here....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp0qIkhOt7g


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QUOTE(Exon @ May 2 2011, 03:57 PM) *


The song 'chal re ameeran ... o bandariya' was recorded for Dilli Ka Thug (1958); but wasn't used in Dilli Ka Thug. It was later used in Bambai Ka Chor (1962).

Exon


Well, then the song belongs in both the places. I will leave the credits as they are because they both are correct. Thanks for the clarification, Exon.

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(Dev) Milap (1955)

This movie was first for both director Raj Khosla and its music director N. Dutta. The film was based on Frank Capra’s 1936 Hollywood classic, “Mr. Deed Goes to Town”, that starred Jean Arthur and Gary Cooper. The English version, considered a classic, was a multiple award winning film including the Best Director Oscar for Capra. However the Hindi version of the film flopped despite its good story, fine acting by the principles, rich lyrics, and beautifully well picturized catchy songs.

N. Dutta, who made his debut with this film, was an assistant to S.D. Burman. He also assisted other music directors before got his break. When he got the chance to provide music for this movie he jumped at the opportunity. Knowing the power of lyrics, and having worked with S.D. and seen the results before, Dutta insisted on Sahir Ludhianvi to write the lyrics. He had his wish granted by the producer. The result is that the songs have rich lyrics tuned to fine music resulting in several melodious songs. Even though the movie was a financial failure, Dutta went onto provide memorable music for many other movies, with Sahir Saab writing lyrics for a handful of them.

The first time director of “Milap”, Raj Khosla, was a good friend of Dev Anand, the movie's hero. Before turning to be a fulltime director, Raj assisted Guru Dutt, introduced to Guru by Dev himself, in some of the movies Guru directed. Even though “Milap” flopped, Khosla got another opportunity to direct the very next year for a Guru-produced film, “C.I.D.”, also starring Dev Anand. The film “C.I.D.” introduced Waheeda Rehman in a major role with scintillating music by O.P. Nayyar and went on to become a huge hit. This paved way for Raj to produce or direct many more blockbusters.

I am uploading these songs in two back-to-back posts. There are some really good songs in this album. Geeta Dutt dominates with three beautiful solos and a duet with Rafi Saab. The song “Yeh Bahaaron Ka Sama”, sung individually by Lata and Hemantda, became a signature song of the movie. Our fellow member Venkat wrote earlier when these songs were posted sometime back that the mukhda of the duet “Bachna Zara” is identical to the mukhda tune of a Lata solo, “Tara Rara” from “Hoor-E-Arab (1955)”. The music for this film was composed by Ghulam Mohammed. Both of these 1955 movies, different music directors, and different songs with the same mukhda! Perhaps, it was an amazing coincidence.

Here are the details of the songs in the first post and the songs themselves...


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Concluding Songs from "Milap (1955)"...

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