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post Jan 4 2010, 05:44 AM
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Goodhachaari 116 (1967) - A Telugu Film

Hindi hit film "Farz" that made Jeetendra a star was based on this hit Telugu movie. Incidentally, this movie also made its hero Krishna a star. Here are the songs from this movie ...


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post Jan 5 2010, 01:33 AM
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(Manoj) Sahara (1958)

Here is one of the first weepers that Meena Kumari has acted in. For the role she played, there was no end to her sorrows, no end to the tyrannies of cruel people surrounding her, and no salvation for her soul. For her commendable performance she was nominated as a Best Actress.

Take any film composed by Hemantda. You'll find that he seldom disappoints you. This album is also no exception. There are several good numbers here with an overdose of Lata. Apart from his regulars, Hemantda also utilizes talents of some others who sang in only few films. Aarti Mukherjee, she is not the daughter of Hemantda (see Parag's note below), sang two songs with Lata, lending her voice in both of them for Daisy Irani in the movie. Then there is someone named Bela Mukherjee. I am not sure whether she is related to Hemantda or not. (Per r&d she is the wife of Hemantda. See the note below.) Then another unfamiliar name, Pratima Banerjee, singing more like Asha Bhosle.

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post Jan 5 2010, 02:33 AM
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Dear SP

Just a few corrections to your above post. Aarti Mukherjee does not seem to be related to Hemantda (AFAIK). His daughter's name is Rano Mukherjee who sang a few songs for him ("Naani teri morni ko mor le gaye") and other composers like Vasant Desai ("Uttar mein hain khada Himaalay" with Manna Dey ji, Lata ji and Geeta ji for the film Pyaar Ki Pyaas). I too am not sure if Bela Mukherjee is related to Hemantda or not.

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post Jan 5 2010, 02:43 AM
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QUOTE(parag_sankla @ Jan 4 2010, 01:03 PM) *

Dear SP

Just a few corrections to your above post. Aarti Mukherjee does not seem to be related to Hemantda (AFAIK). His daughter's name is Rano Mukherjee who sang a few songs for him ("Naani teri morni ko mor le gaye") and other composers like Vasant Desai ("Uttar mein hain khada Himaalay" with Manna Dey ji, Lata ji and Geeta ji for the film Pyaar Ki Pyaas). I too am not sure if Bela Mukherjee is related to Hemantda or not.

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post Jan 5 2010, 07:53 AM
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QUOTE(parag_sankla @ Jan 4 2010, 01:03 PM) *

Dear SP

Just a few corrections to your above post. Aarti Mukherjee does not seem to be related to Hemantda (AFAIK). His daughter's name is Rano Mukherjee who sang a few songs for him ("Naani teri morni ko mor le gaye") and other composers like Vasant Desai ("Uttar mein hain khada Himaalay" with Manna Dey ji, Lata ji and Geeta ji for the film Pyaar Ki Pyaas). I too am not sure if Bela Mukherjee is related to Hemantda or not.

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Thank you very much Parag. I made changes to my write up per your suggestions. Cheers. -S
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QUOTE(r&d @ Jan 4 2010, 01:13 PM) *

QUOTE(parag_sankla @ Jan 4 2010, 01:03 PM) *

Dear SP

Just a few corrections to your above post. Aarti Mukherjee does not seem to be related to Hemantda (AFAIK). His daughter's name is Rano Mukherjee who sang a few songs for him ("Naani teri morni ko mor le gaye") and other composers like Vasant Desai ("Uttar mein hain khada Himaalay" with Manna Dey ji, Lata ji and Geeta ji for the film Pyaar Ki Pyaas). I too am not sure if Bela Mukherjee is related to Hemantda or not.

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Thanks for the info r&d. Cheers. -S
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(Raaj) Ghamand (1955)

There were so many good music directors came and gone during 40's and 50's who provided a glimpse of their skills, but alas in only a few movies. Take for example, the music director for this movie, Gulshan Shafi. I was so intrigued in finding more details about him after listening to the three songs I have from this album. But I couldn't find anything to write home about. (He provided music for "Rangila Jawan" in 1940.) Apart from the three songs I am uploading here, it appears like I am missing seven songs. If anyone of you kind souls can share these, we will be thankful to you.

Here are the three songs I have ...


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post Jan 6 2010, 03:47 AM
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SP,

Thanks for Ghamand songs.

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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jan 6 2010, 02:22 AM) *

(Raaj) Ghamand (1955)

There were so many good music directors came and gone during 40's and 50's who provided a glimpse of their skills, but alas in only a few movies. Take for example, the music director for this movie, Gulshan Shafi. I was so intrigued in finding more details about him after listening to the three songs I have from this album. But I couldn't find anything to write home about. (He provided music for "Rangila Jawan" in 1940.) Apart from the three songs I am uploading here, it appears like I am missing seven songs. If anyone of you kind souls can share these, we will be thankful to you.

Here are the three songs I have ...


I've always been quite confused about this MD. Is his name Gulshan Shafi or Gulshan Sufi? Or are they 2 separate individuals? Can anybody shed some light on this?

Thanks
Aditya

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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jan 6 2010, 02:22 AM) *

(Raaj) Ghamand (1955)

There were so many good music directors came and gone during 40's and 50's who provided a glimpse of their skills, but alas in only a few movies. Take for example, the music director for this movie, Gulshan Shafi. I was so intrigued in finding more details about him after listening to the three songs I have from this album. But I couldn't find anything to write home about. (He provided music for "Rangila Jawan" in 1940.) Apart from the three songs I am uploading here, it appears like I am missing seven songs. If anyone of you kind souls can share these, we will be thankful to you.

Here are the three songs I have ...


I've always been quite confused about this MD. Is his name Gulshan Shafi or Gulshan Sufi? Or are they 2 separate individuals? Can anybody shed some light on this?

Thanks
Aditya


probably two. Ghamand seems to be only movie done by Gulshan Shafi.
while Gulshan safi did his work in the 40s.

http://www.citwf.com/person403086.htm


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QUOTE(Exon @ Jan 5 2010, 02:17 PM) *

SP,

Thanks for Ghamand songs.

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You're very welcome, Exon. Cheers. -S
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QUOTE(r&d @ Jan 6 2010, 04:06 PM) *

QUOTE(Aditya Pant @ Jan 5 2010, 06:55 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jan 6 2010, 02:22 AM) *

(Raaj) Ghamand (1955)

There were so many good music directors came and gone during 40's and 50's who provided a glimpse of their skills, but alas in only a few movies. Take for example, the music director for this movie, Gulshan Shafi. I was so intrigued in finding more details about him after listening to the three songs I have from this album. But I couldn't find anything to write home about. (He provided music for "Rangila Jawan" in 1940.) Apart from the three songs I am uploading here, it appears like I am missing seven songs. If anyone of you kind souls can share these, we will be thankful to you.

Here are the three songs I have ...


I've always been quite confused about this MD. Is his name Gulshan Shafi or Gulshan Sufi? Or are they 2 separate individuals? Can anybody shed some light on this?

Thanks
Aditya


probably two. Ghamand seems to be only movie done by Gulshan Shafi.
while Gulshan safi did his work in the 40s.

http://www.citwf.com/person403086.htm

Who composed the famous Misl e Khayal from Aaina (1944). The link you provided says Gulshan while my record suggests (possibly incorrectly) that its Govind Ram. Appreciate if anyone with GeetKosh can confirm.


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(Rajendra) Awaaz (1956)

Here is an early album by Salilda. Salilda, who initially had some misgivings about the abilities of Kishoreda's singing prowess, does employ his talents for a song in this film. All songs I am uploading here were earlier uploaded by the Forum members. Thank you.

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(Sunil Dutt) Ek Hi Raasta (1956)

Here is beauty from Hemantda. It has the hit songs like "Chali Gori" and "Saanwle Salone" and others. I am uploading all the songs in the first post and a couple of extended versions in the second post. This movie was made in Telugu later on in 1960. I will also upload songs of the Telugu album, "Kumkuma Rekha", in this section right after the Hindi songs.

Here is the first set of songs ...

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A Couple of Extended Version Songs From "Ek Hi Raasta (1956)"

The attached two extended version songs from this album are by the courtesy of the Forum members. Thank you. Here are the songs ...


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