Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: Shair Aur Sargam
Hamara Forums > Music > Sangeet Ke Sitarey
Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Main Nashe Mein Hoon (1959)

In spite of the great music given by Shankar & Jaikishan (Dattaram and Sebastian were assistants) this movie did not have much to offer and did lackluster business. Mala Sinha as the leading lady had very little to do in the film. Even Raj gave way to senior actors Mubarak and Nazir Hussain who dominated the proceedings.

As a friend of Raj, the comedian actor Maruti had a significant supporting role in the film. Even the song “Kisi Nargisi” was picturized on him. There is a story behind this. The song was originally devised for Raj. But he was coming off the split with his longtime companion friend Nargis and decided it will be awkward to perform for that song on the screen. The director then decided to film it on Maruti.

The first two posts contain all songs from the film. I am uploading several singers versions of Ghalib Saab’s ghazal “Yeh Na Thi” in the third post.

Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Main Nashe Mein Hoon (1959)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this popular musical album...
swarapriya
The Ghazal "Yeh Na Thi" and Various Singers

Here are some of other famous singers who have sung this Ghalib's famous ghazal "Yeh Na Thi Hamaari Qismat"...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Nache Nagin Baje Been (1960)

Here are the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Samundar (1957)

In 1953, during the filming of “Aurat” (music was by Shankar & Jaikishan), Prem Nath met Bina Rai. They fell in love and immediately got married. They decided to float their own company, called P.N. Films, to produce films. Their first effort was “Shagufa” released in 1954 with the music by C. Ramchandra. The movie flopped. In 1956, they came out with not one but two movies together under their home production, “Hamara Watan” (with Hemantda’s music) and “Prisoner of Golconda” (music was by the duo Datta Davejkar & Jagannath Prasad). Both movies flopped and were quickly forgotten. Never to give up, the wife and husband team decided to give one last gasp try. The result was “Samundar” released in 1957 (with Madan Mohan’s music). Unfortunately for them, this movie also met the same fate at the box-office. Even though their movies together did not work, both Rai and Nath pursued their own independent acting careers and were fairly successful at that.

I am uploading songs from this album, a bit downer from Mohanji, in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first set…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Samundar (1957)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Main Nashe Mein Hoon (1959)

Songs from this album were uploaded recently in this very thread. These are available at the following location...

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...658&st=1250


swarapriya
(Shakeel) Umeed (1971)

Before the film was released, Shakeel Saab, one of our great lyricists, who wrote lyrics for all but one song for this film, passed away at an young age of 53 from the complications of diabetes. Three more films for which he wrote lyrics were released at later dates. These include “Jurm aur Sazaa” in 1974, “Jogi” in 1978, and “Bomb Blast” in 1993.

Music director Ravi who occasionally wrote lyrics for some songs and ventured into singing does both in this film. He wrote lyrics for one song and sang two of them.

Unfortunately, the songs I am uploading here are not of that good sound quality. They are fine to listen to, and mostly distortion free, but are of inferior audio. I am uploading them at a lower bit rate.

There are three songs of less than a minute duration that Asha sings that are sprinkled through out the film. I am including them here. The song “Hasratein Aarzoo” appears also in the song “Hum Ne Chaaha”. By the way, this song “Hum Ne” is the song of the album, beautifully written, well composed, and lovely rendered by Asha. I am posting this and other songs mentioned plus others in two back-to-back posts.

Here is the first set of songs…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Umeed (1971)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Juari (1968)

Shashi played a gambler in this film with three women (Tanuja, Nanda, and Naaz) in love with him at various phases of his not so happy and tumultuous life. His turning to decadence was not convincingly documented in the film and therefore what could have been a gripping drama turned out to be another ordinary film.

An interesting thing about this film is that the music director duo Laxmikant & Pyarelal were assistants to Kalyanji & Anandji, who were the actual music directors of the film. LP have already established a name for themselves and by this time were a force in the industry. Their repertoire up to this point included many hit films as well as two Filmfare Awards as the Best Music Directors for the films “Dosti” in 1965 and “Milan” in 1967. And yet here they are. Assisting K&A.

The second part of the song “Humsafar” comes at the end of the film. I am including it here because of the lead music. Also, the couplet “Main Jeet Saka” appeared in the song “Main Hoon”. I am including it here because the lead music is different.

Here are these and other songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) O Tera Kya Kahna (1959)

Kalyanji of Kalyanji & Anandji team began as a music director in 1957 without his brother as part of his team. As a solo music director, he gave music to few films. These include “Bedard Zamana Kya Jane (1959)”, “O Tera Kya Kahna (1959)”, “Post Box 999 (1958)”, and “Samrat Chandragupt (1957)”. After these Anandji became part of the team and the team gave music for over 200 films.

One song stands out in this album. It is Geetaji’s “Majnu Ke Chhilke”. It is simply a riot. Here is this and other songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Sarhad (1960)

This is the second film this year (1960) the very beautiful and talented Suchitra Sen was paired with Dev. The other one was "Bombai Ka Babu". C. Ramchandra was at the helm of the music of "Sarhad". Most of the tunes in this album, by Ramchandra's own acknowledgement, were inspired by popular Western tunes.

Here are these songs...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Sharada (1957)

L.V. Prasad (more about him below) produced and directed this film based on the Telugu hit “Ilavelpu” made in 1956. While the Telugu film was a super hit, Hindi was an average success. Even though it had fine performances by all the principals, the music by C. Ramchandra was a big let down. Only one song of the many it had is worth noting, the duet by Asha & Lata, “O Chaand”. I am uploading this and other songs from the film in two back-to-back posts.

Shyama and Raj Mehra won respectively the Best Supporting Actress and the Best Supporting Actor Awards from Filmfare. Also, Shivaji Awdhut won the Filmfare Award as the Best Film Editor.

A note about the song “Nikhila Bhuvana”. This one appears almost near the beginning of the film. Few moments later it appears in the full song “Jana Gana Mangala Daayak-1”. I am uploading both of these below.

Incidentally the titles list singers as Lata, Asha, Manna, Mukesh, Chitalkar, and Vinod Chatterji. Kamal Barot, who apparently is a co-singer of the songs “Aajoo Re” and “Bhaagwaan”, was not mentioned. Also, Shamashad Begum is another apparent co-singer of the song “Bhaagwaan”. Her name also was not mentioned in the credits. I am not certain which song Vinod Chatterji, whose name was given in the credits, sang. I am guessing this is probably the male voice in the song “Aajoo Re”. I am requesting our knowledgeable members to share the correct information if they have it. Thank you.

The following paragraphs briefly describe the career of the producer and director of the film, L.V. Prasad. This article is condensed and adapted from an article I wrote earlier for the savithri.info website.

L.V. Prasad (please see the attached picture), whose full name was Akkineni Lakshmi Vara Prasad, was born in Andhra Pradesh in 1908. As a child he did not show much interest in studies. He was attracted to dramas and movies and wanted to be part of them.

Prasad married young at 17, and soon thereafter had a daughter. He had a strong urge to act in movies, and one night quietly slipped away from his home without telling his wife or parents.

After he arrived in Mumbai, Prasad who spoke only Telugu, found it difficult to find employment in the film industry. But after months of struggle, he found a job running errands with the Venus Film Company. He landed finally a small role in the first India Talkie (a talkie is a talking movie as compared to a silent one) cinema in Hindi, “Alam Ara” in 1931. While working on “Alam Ara,” Prasad met H.M. Reddy, now known as the “Telugu Cine Pitamaha” or the grandfather of the Telugu cinema. Reddy was making arrangements for a Tamil film, “Kalidas”, and offered Prasad a small role in it. This was the first Tamil Talkie. Coincidentally, he landed a role in the first Telugu Talkie, “Bhaktha Prahlada”. Thus, Prasad was the only person who had the distinction of appearing in the first Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu Talkies.

After this Prasad was in and out of jobs and worked either in Chennai or in Mumbai wherever he found work. During one of his Mumbai stints he met the stage and film actor Prithviraj Kapoor. This led him to work in Prithvi Theatres. While working there he met and befriended young Raj Kapoor, the oldest son of Prithviraj.

After the War, Chennai was busy again making movies. Prasad decided to move to Chennai. He was immediately hired not only to act in the film “Griha Pravesham” but also to direct it. The movie became a hit and it is now considered to be one of the landmark movies of the 40’s. Following this success, Prasad acted in or directed several movies. One of these movies was “Mana Desam,” made in 1949, that introduced young N.T. Rama Rao in a supporting role. Rao later became a much sought after actor and a successful politician.

Prasad directed Vijaya Pictures first film “Shavukar” in 1950, which became a hit and established him as one of the premiere directors. In that same year he also directed “Samsaram,” another hit that introduced Savithri, who went on to become one of the greatest actresses of Indian cinema, in a bit role. Prasad also directed Sivaji Ganesan in the Tamil film “Manohara,” which elevated Sivaji to unprecedented heights of stardom.

Prasad started his own company in 1956 and made “Ilavelpu” in Telugu. He later remade this in Hindi as “Sharada (1957)” with Meena Kumari and Raj Kapoor. It was the first of many successful Hindi films to come out of the Prasad Pictures banner. Prasad produced films in various Indian languages, including Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Tamil, and Telugu.

In 1982, Prasad received Dadasaheb Phalke Award for his distinguished services to the Indian cinema.

Prasad founded “The L.V. Prasad Eye Institute” in 1987. This was even earlier than the much heralded “Sankara Eye Foundation”. Its head office is in Hyderabad with branches spread throughout India. It is estimated that they have treated over 20 million people since it was founded and half of them for no cost to the patients.

Prasad -- an actor, director, camera assistant, story writer, and producer passed away in 1994.

Here are the songs of “Sharada” starting in the next post…
swarapriya
Songs from "Sharada (1957)"...

Here is the first set of songs from this film...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Sharada (1957)"...

Here are the rest f the songs and some music clips from this film...
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Nai Raahen (1959)

Songs from this movie were recently uploaded in this very thread. They are available starting at the following location...

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...658&st=1134

swarapriya
(Shakeel Badayuni) Jurm Aur Sazaa (1974)

This is another film produced, directed and acted in by N.A. Ansari. The story is the same old stuff he tried and failed many times before. He still keeps on trying. Again this one is another turkey. Some of the songs try to lift the mood of the film but the movie is so bad that even anything good about these songs is simply obliterated from the memory.

Incidentally, the lyricist Ram Bhardwaj was introduced in this film.

Here are the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Inquilaab (1984)

I am skipping my usual chronological ordering to upload songs from this film to cater for a request...

This movie was based on a Kannada film. Its release coincided with the time when Bachchan entered politics. Most of the film was a repetition of many of Amitabh’s earlier hits. The difference with this movie was the unexpected way it ended. Not many may not agree with the way the hero found a solution to deal with the political corruption but the way it was done left a definite dramatic impact on the audience.

There is one catchy song in the film “Saare Badan” with others passable. Here is this and other songs from the film…
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Qaidi No. 911 (1959)

This film was a sleeper hit thanks to its fine music by Dattaram. Several songs from the film were popular. Of these standout was “Meethi Meethi”, both versions. I am uploading these both versions and others below…
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Tu Nahin Aur Sahi (1960)

Betrayed by a woman he loved dearly, this movie tells the story of man who turns bad and moves from one woman to another and another. Thus the title of the movie “Tu Nahin Aur Sahi”. The title song by Mukesh was a chart-buster when the movie was released. There are four duets by Asha and Rafi Saab and at least couple of them, “Dekhiye” and “Yeh Rang”, are okay. Here are these and other songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Adalat (1958)

This is one disaster of a film. It is simply unbearable to watch but for the fine performance by Nargis and an excellent score by Madan Mohanji. Even in a film like this Nargis shows why she was such a great consummate splendid artist. My main problem is that, an educated lady she is, the role played by Nargis can not seem to get hold of her life and let everyone take advantage of her. Pran plays a man who is so abominable that you never want to meet another person like him in real life.

Actor Yakub, who worked in the film industry for over 30 years and made nearly 300 movies and directed a few, had a small role in this film. He passed away after suffering a heart attack before the movie was released.

I am uploading all songs, some specials, and instrumentals in four back-to-back posts. A note on the song “Unn Ko”. This song appears three times in the film, in the beginning, in the middle, and in the end. The first time it appears as a recital in a mushaira and it deos not accompany any music. I am uploading all three parts and other great songs in the first post. The second post contains some version songs. The last two posts contain several instrumentals of the popular songs from the film.

Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Few Version Songs from "Adalat (1958)"...

Here are a few version songs of some of the popular songs and others from the film...
swarapriya
Few Instrumentals of Songs from "Adalat (1958)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of some popular songs from the film...
swarapriya
More Instrumentals of Songs from "Adalat (1958)"...

Here are some more instrumentals of some of the popular songs from the film...
swarapriya
(Shakeel) Jogi (1978)

Shakeel Badayuni Saab passed away in 1970 but some of the films he worked on were released later. This is one of them. Badayuni Saab wrote four out of five songs for this film. The other song was written by Anjum Jaipuri. I could not get much information about the film but it has all outstanding songs. Ravi and Shakeel Saab worked on so many films that here once again they came up with memorable and winning songs.

The album includes couple of dialogues with the songs. I have both of them but decided not to upload as their content is not noteworthy.

Here are the songs from this beautiful album…
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Shararat (1959)

If the movie was half as good as its songs, it could have been a super hit. As it turned out, there was not much to write home about this film, again except for its music. The movie had an interesting storyline but failed to capitalize on it. In this Kishoreda played two separate roles. But the movie stumbled by following the familiar pattern of a well educated but a stupid husband suspecting his wife’s faithfulness based on hearsay. I wonder why these seemingly decent people believe the rumors spread by others rather than trusting their own near and dear ones.

Several songs from the film were chart-busters with “Ajab Hai” and “Hum Matwaale” taking the top honors. My personal favorite is Rafi Saab’s beautiful song “Ajab Hai”. Interestingly, Rafi Saab lent his voice to Kishoreda for this song in the film. He also sang the male portion for Kishoreda in the duet “Lushka”.

Dattaram was the assistant music director.

The quality of these songs varies from fair to very good. Because of this I am uploading these songs at a lower bit rate. In particular, the song “Hum Matwaale” suffers from inferior quality between 3:04 and 3:34. The CD version of this song does not have the extra antara this one has.

Here are the above mentioned songs and others in two back-to-back posts…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Shararat (1959)"...

Here are the rest of the fine songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Raja Aur Runk (1968)

This movie was based on Mark Twain’s famous novel “The Prince and the Pauper” written in 1881. It has been one of the favorites of Twain and was made into a movie in many languages many times through out the world. While the novel was very entertaining, this version made by Prasad Films did not live up to expectations. The basic problem with the movie was it was terribly miscast. Sanjeev Kumar, a budding star at that time, looked awful and was simply atrocious in emoting. The look alikes were played by a newcomer Kothari who also was simply wooden. Ajit in a pivotal role was too noisy and simply not appealing. Yet surprisingly the movie became popular on its release.

The only saving grace of the film was LP’s music. Many songs from the film are appealing with “Tu Kitni” topping all. This song has LP’s trademark all over it. He probably had Lata sing to almost the same tune so many hit songs in so many different films. Even the wizard with words, Bakshi Saab, used familiar tricks he was famous for in coming up with the song.

I am uploading this and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Raja Aur Runk (1968)"...

Here are the rest of the songs and some music clips from this film...
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Santan (1959)

This is yet another movie with Dattaram-Hasrat Jaipuri combination [“Kaala Aadmi (1960), “Parvarish (1958)” and “Qaidi No. 911 (1959)” were others]. Jaipuri Saab contributed to other films of Dattaramji, but shared duties with others. There are a few good songs in this film. Mukesh’s “Dil Ne,” the happy version, “Kehta Hai” both versions, and “Bole Yeh” are among these. Dattaramji borrowed his own tune for the last song, “Bole Yeh”, from “Parvarish”, “Mast Bhara Hai Sama”. Here are these and other songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Batwara (1961)

This movie was based on the premise that honesty is the best policy. It dealt with a family that moved from Peshawar to Indian side during partition. The melodrama was very lame and predictable but was punctuated by several beautiful songs from a debut making music director.

As mentioned, one of the highlights of the film was its music. S. Madan (Madan Sachdeva), the music director, was introduced in this film. There are several good songs in the film with “Yeh Raat” topping them all. Sachdeva’s music clearly demonstrated the strong influence of the rhythm king, O.P. Nayyar.

At the end of the movie the DVD has a song by Rafi Saab, “Iss Deewaar”, which abruptly ended just after 6 seconds. I could not find the full portion of this song which appears to be clearly part of the song “Yeh Kaisi”. I am requesting members to share “Iss Deewaar” if they can. Thank you.

Here are the songs mentioned and other fine songs from this film…
swarapriya
Shakeel Badayuni

My records erroneously showed that Badayuni Saab's last film was "Bombay Blast" released in 1993, 23 years after his death. I acquired a copy of the movie only to find that the lyricist was credited as K.K. Verma. Bappi Lahiri is the music director. What this means is that "Jogi", released in 1978, was his last movie. I have posted songs from this film recently in this thread.

Can someone please confirm that Shakeel Saab has no connection with this film?

Shakeel Saab, a brilliant lyricist, started his career with Naushadji's "Sohni Mahiwal" in 1958. In 12 years he was associated with the Hindi film industry until his death, he penned lyrics for 86 films. Many of the songs from these films became super hits.

Earlier he worked mostly with Naushadji and later with Ravi.

The last movie "Jogi" that was uploaded here will be the last one in this Shakeel Badayuni Saab's thread.

soumik

Dear Swarapriyabhai,

The name of the movie is "Bomb Blast" not "Bombay Blast", released in 1993. The website hindigeetmala shows the lyricist as K.C.Verma....

Soumik

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 28 2015, 06:50 PM) *

Shakeel Badayuni

My records erroneously showed that Badayuni Saab's last film was "Bombay Blast" released in 1993, 23 years after his death. I acquired a copy of the movie only to find that the lyricist was credited as K.K. Verma. Bappi Lahiri is the music director. What this means is that "Jogi", released in 1978, was his last movie. I have posted songs from this film recently in this thread.

Can someone please confirm that Shakeel Saab has no connection with this film?

Shakeel Saab, a brilliant lyricist, started his career with Naushadji's "Sohni Mahiwal" in 1958. In 12 years he was associated with the Hindi film industry until his death, he penned lyrics for 86 films. Many of the songs from these films became super hits.

Earlier he worked mostly with Naushadji and later with Ravi.

The last movie "Jogi" that was uploaded here will be the last one in this Shakeel Badayuni Saab's thread.

swarapriya
QUOTE(soumik @ Jun 29 2015, 12:31 AM) *




The name of the movie is "Bomb Blast" not "Bombay Blast", released in 1993. The website hindigeetmala shows the lyricist as K.C.Verma....

Soumik


Shakeel Badayuni



Yes. Thanks Soumik. I meant "Bomb Blast" and not "Bombay Blast". That was a spelling oversight error. Like I said the movie credits clealry showed Verma as the lyricist. I was simply wondering whether there was any connection between this movie and Shakeel Saab.

Thanks,
S
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Amar Deep (1958)

Whenever C. Ramchandra and Rajinder Krishan got together they gave several great songs. Their collaboration resulted in nearly 25 movies. That says something about their combination; reliable and consistent. Remember all those unforgettable songs from "Albela (1951)" and mesmerizing songs of "Anarkali (1953)". This album has some very fine songs too. It has that popular duet "Dekh Humein Aawaaz Na Dena" and several lovely solos by Asha and Lata.

This movie was based on the 1956 Tamil hit “Amara Deepam” that starred the great Tamil thespian Shivaji Ganeshan. Shivaji produced the Hindi version. The story revolved around an amnesiac played by Dev who is cast opposite three Southern Belles, Vyjayanthi Mala, Padmini, and Ragini. The movie didn't make too many waves, but thanks to its beautiful music it was a modest hit.

All of the songs from the film were huge hits. The duet by Asha and Rafi Saab, "Dekh Humein Aawaaz Na Dena", was a chartbuster. So were some of the solos by Asha, especially "Lagi Apni Nazariya" and "Jaalilo Dhintaana." But my favorites are both of the solos by Lata. These melodious songs were beautifully sung by Lata. I am uploading these and other songs in two back-to-back two posts.

Here is the first set of songs...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Amar Deep (1958)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this beautiful album...
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Ujala (1959)

This was the first association of the actor Shammi Kapoor and the music directors Shankar & Jaikishan. Through Prithvi Theaters and with his elder brother Raj’s films Shammi knew both S&J well. Later Shammi developed close friendship with Jaikishan.

In his late career, Shammi told an interviewer that when working in “Ujala”, S&J approached him to give input to their compositions. He admitted that even though he was not well versed in the knowledge of music as his elder brother Raj, yet he happily participated with them in their music sessions. After that it became a regular phenomenon with him. He never missed any musical session of his films composed by the music director duo. Shammi and S&J worked together in 24 films.

Shammi played a serious role in this film. He clearly was ill at ease being away from his home turf of comedy, buffoonery, and light hearted roles. Raaj Kumar was excellent as a baddie in a supporting role.

All of the songs from the film became enormous hits for which Dattaram and Sebastian were assistant music directors. S&J did not yet home in on Rafi Saab as the voice for Shammi. In this film for various songs they used Mannada, Mukesh, and Rafi Saab. Mannada has several songs in the film. The most popular was the duet with Lata, “Jhoomta Mausam”. Here is this and other songs from this popular musical in two back-to-back posts…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Ujala (1959)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this popular album...
soumik
Dear Swarapriyabhai,

Could you please re-upload the following movies:

1. Mehlon Ke Khwab (1960)

2. Shreeman Funtoosh (1965)

3. Saloni (1952)

4. Begunah (1956)

5. Rukhsana (1955)

6. Fareb (1953)

7. Dhobi Doctor (1954)

8. Paisa Hi Paisa (1956)

Please do take ur time....I am not in a hurry.

Soumik
ketaki shukla
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jul 2 2015, 06:47 PM) *

Concluding Songs from "Ujala (1959)"...

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



Thanks Swarapriya for this lovely album

Ketaki
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Satta Bazaar (1959)

The highlight of this movie was its fine music by the then up and coming music director duo Kalyanji & Anandji. They were ably assisted by another yet to be discovered duo Laxmikant & Pyarelal who were to create their own legacy in near future.

Several songs from the film standout. Lata’s solo “Kaisa Insaaf” and Hemantda’s solo “Chaandi Ke” and the duet with Lata, “Tumhen Yaad Hoga”. Especially the duet was a resounding hit.

There is a short song in the film, “Yeh Duniya”, for which I do not have details of. It appears like it started as Rafi Saab’s voice and then changed to someone else’s. Or may be it is the same voice throughout the song. Please kindly provide details of this if you can. Thanks.

I am uploading above mentioned songs and others from the film plus several instrumentals of “Tumhen Yaad Hoga” in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
swarapriya
A Few Instrumentals of the Song "Tumhen Yaad" from "Satta Bazaar (1959)"...

Here are some of the instrumentals of the fine song "Tumhen Yaad Hoga" from this film...
swarapriya
QUOTE(soumik @ Jul 2 2015, 10:00 PM) *

Dear Swarapriyabhai,

Could you please re-upload the following movies:

1. Mehlon Ke Khwab (1960)

2. Shreeman Funtoosh (1965)

3. Saloni (1952)

4. Begunah (1956)

5. Rukhsana (1955)

6. Fareb (1953)

7. Dhobi Doctor (1954)

8. Paisa Hi Paisa (1956)

Please do take ur time....I am not in a hurry.

Soumik



Will do...
swarapriya
QUOTE(ketaki shukla @ Jul 3 2015, 02:44 PM) *

Concluding Songs from "Ujala (1959)"...

Thanks Swarapriya for this lovely album

Ketaki


You are very welcome Ketaki. Cheers.
S
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Spy in Rome (1968)

This movie is another cheap and bad version of a mixture of James Bond films. The only thing that can be said about this movie is its not so bad music. Especially Rafi’s song “Rome”. It appears four times in the film. The first appearance is the full song I am uploading here. The other three times repeat the beginnings of the song and have nothing new to add.

I am missing a song from this film shown in red italics in the table below. It was not in the VCD and I could not get hold of it anywhere. Please share this song with rest of us if you can. Thank you.

Here are the songs and some music clips from the film…
hemdutt
Hello Swarapriya

Thanks for all the quality uploads over the years.

Soundtrack version of song "Rome Ki Wadiyon Se"

128 kbps length 3.25

Click to view attachment

Another CD Version from Album "First Time on CD-Mohd. Rafi" 128 kbps

chears.

Click to view attachment







swarapriya
QUOTE(hemdutt @ Jul 9 2015, 10:29 PM) *

Hello Swarapriya

Thanks for all the quality uploads over the years.

Soundtrack version of song "Rome Ki Wadiyon Se"

128 kbps length 3.25

Click to view attachment

Another CD Version from Album "First Time on CD-Mohd. Rafi" 128 kbps

chears.

Click to view attachment


Thank you kindly for the songs Hemji. Cheers.

swarapriya
(Majrooh) Flat No. 9 (1961)

Here are the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Chandan (1958)

M.V. Raman of “Bahar (1951)” and other films directed this film from a Tamil hit. Apart from Vyjayanti Mala whom he introduced, Kishoreda was one of his favorites. Mala is not in this film but Kishoreda is. Kishoreda starred in seven of the eight Hindi films Raman directed.


Nutan and Kishoreda appeared together in three films in 1958. These were “Chandan”, “Dilli ka Thug”, and “Kabhi Andhera Kabhi Ujala”. All these films had one common trait. They all had good songs. Of these three movies only “Thug” was a modest hit.

But “Chandan” and “Kabhi” had another thing common besides their leading pair. They were based on a story that was already made in Tamil and Telugu as films. I am not sure whether the leading pair was aware of this or not. Yet they went ahead and starred in the two separate Hindi versions of the Tamil film.

Both movies were finished just about the same time and were scheduled for release in the same month. But the producers of “Chandan” went to court to stop the release of “Kabhi” claiming that they had the rights to the story and “Kabhi” should never be released. They had partial victory in the court. They did not get what they wanted but agreed to a postponement of the release of “Kabhi” to a later date.

“Chandan” was released earlier in the year whereas “Kabhi” was released later. Neither of them did well at the box office.

Madan Mohanji gave music to 95 released films and 12 shelved ones. Of these he was collaborated with the lyricist Rajinder Krishanji in 36 films. That comes to a whopping one-third of the movies! Their collaboration produced countless melody rich songs. However the music and songs of “Chanda” bordered on average. An exception was Asha’s “Sunn Raadha” which was a stand out.

A note about the song “Yeh Khule” by Lata. This song actually includes four songs, each with different lyrics and compositions, and each was sung by different actress in the film. The order of these four songs is “Log Kahe”, “Kabhi Dekh Saki”, “Mohabbat”, and “Takra Naa”. I am uploading these songs individually. As mention earlier, the combined version of the song I am uploading as “Yeh Khule”.

Here are these and the rest of the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Satta Bazaar (1959)

Songs from this film were uploaded recently in this very thread. They are available starting at the following location...

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...658&st=1290

This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.
Invision Power Board © 2001-2021 Invision Power Services, Inc.