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Concluding Songs from "Chacha Zindabad (1959)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine musical...
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(Shailendra) Miya Bibi Razi (1960)

With a title like “Miya Bibi Razi” and Mahmood as one of the principal actors I expected the film to be a comedy. Even though it had moments with Mahmood in the middle, it basically is a serious film dealing with the issue of dowry. For the film, Pt. Mukhram Sharma wrote the story, screenplay, dialogues and co-produced it with Mahesh Kaul.

There are several good songs in the film. Suman Kalyanpur was at the center stage with several good songs. In the film the beauty of the song “Khuli Hai Aankh” was lost because of number of dialogues by Mahmood who was acting like a woman performing before ladies only audience. I am uploading this song as it is but I am also uploading the same song with all dialogues and applauses removed. The result I think is a beauty by Kalyanpur.

The same thing happened with another song, “Tum Mere”, even though interruptions were very brief. I removed a couple of these minor dialogues and I am uploading this song also with and without dialogues. With the interruptions removed, I believe, Rafi Saab’s song emerges as a real winner.

Burmanda made use of the talent of a lesser known singer Kamla Sista for the fine duet “Paani Hota” with Rafi Saab. She sang some songs with Mukesh and others in the private album “Tulsi Ramayan”. Sista also sang in two or three movies earlier, notable one being the 1958 “Ganga Ki Lehren”. She had a couple of solos in that film that had music by Snehal Bhatkar. She also sang another solo for Bhatkarji in the 1959 film “Scout Camp”.

Mahendra sang only two songs in his entire career, both duets, for Burmanda. Both duets were with Asha. The title song from this film, “Mil Gaye Milne Waale”, was the first one. The second and the last one was the song “Mera Kya Sanam” from the 1969 film “Talash”.

I am uploading these and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Miya Bibi Razi (1960)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Jigri Dost (1969)

Jeetendra plays double role in this movie based on the Tamil hit “Mattukkara Velan” released earlier that year. Unfortunately the movie is so bad that there is not much to write home about. Actress Komal, one of the heroines opposite Jeetendra, made her debut in this movie. Her real name is Poonam who later married Shatrughan Sinha. She appeared in a few films and produced a couple. She acted opposite Shatrughan in the 1973 film “Sabak”.

The song “Mere Des” appears twice in the film. The second version is a briefer version of the first one. I am uploading only the compete song (the first one).

The song of the album is the duet by Suman and Rafi Saab, “Raat Suhaani”. A beautiful song…

Here are these and other songs from this film…
Viraj Padhye
Thanks for the uploads SP. Good to see you back.

Viraj
swarapriya
QUOTE(Viraj Padhye @ Jan 3 2016, 06:32 PM) *

Thanks for the uploads SP. Good to see you back.

Viraj



Thank you Viraj. It certainly is very good to be back.

Cheers,
S
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Shriman Satyawadi (1960)

This movie tells the story about a man who always tells the truth in spite of all the odds stacked against him. Raj Kapoor plays the man and Mahmood plays a baddie. In the end there is even a fight scene between Raj and Mahmood. How many movies you have seen in which Raj is ready to do a fist fight?

In spite of the noble theme and beautiful songs, the story takes too long to develop and becomes very predictable in the process. Dattaram was assisted by Sebastian and Sharma in the music department.

Here are the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Burmah Road (1962)

There is no single redeeming value in this trashy movie. I am not sure what Ashok Kumar was doing in this atrocious kludge. Even ever so reliable Chitraguptji comes up with a disappointing and forgettable insipid uninspiring score.

Here are the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Duniya Na Mane (1959)

Madan Mohanji’s music lifts this routine family drama with a predictable storyline. Here are the songs from this film…
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(Shailendra) Anuradha (1960)

Leela Naidu, the leading lady of this film (see her attached picture), was born to a French mother and Telugu father. Her father was a renowned scientist and was a disciple of Madame Curie who worked in France and later in India for a long time. Leela Naidu was crowned Miss India in 1954. That very same year she was featured in the fashion magazine Vogue which listed her as one of the ten most beautiful women in the world.

Hrishida who was looking to cast a leading lady for his film saw her picture in a magazine. He contacted her immediately and cast her in his President’s Gold Medal Award winning film “Anuradha” opposite Balraj Sahni. The movie did not work but her beauty and restrained performance awed viewers all over the world.

Her tenure as a film actress was short lived but for many years she made the list of most beautiful women in the world in the Vogue magazine.

Another unique feature of this film was its music by Pandit Ravi Shankar. Shankarji did not foray into commercial Hindi cinema too many times but this was an exception. There are only few songs in the film but several of them became very popular.

Here are the songs…
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Jyoti (1969)

This movie came the same year “Aradhana” came. Burmanda was the music director for both the films. The success of the songs of that film just about overshadowed other films. This movie was one of them.

This movie’s score is average as per Burmanda goes but there are a couple of exceptions. The song of the album is the duet “Soch Ke”. I have not seen the movie but in the song by Kishoreda, “Aankh Meri”, Burmanda uses a couple of southern musical instruments, namely naagaswaram and mridangam. With these sounds, the song also emerges a winner. A couple of other songs have some disturbance in them. I am uploading them at a lower bit rate as noted in the table. Here are these and other songs from this movie…
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Singapore (1960)

This film was directed by Shakti Samanta for Eagle Films. Early in his career Samanta made several crime thrillers, some hits (like “Howrah Bridge (1958)”) and many misses. Later he found success with musicals (“Kashmir ki Kali (1964)”) and dramas (“Aradhana (1969)”). This crime thriller was one of the misses.

If the movie was even half way decent as its music it could have been a resounding hit. Several songs from the film became huge hits. I am uploading these in two back-to-back posts.

Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Singapore (1960)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine musical album...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) China Town (1962)

Shakti Samanta directed the hit musical “Howrah Bridge” in 1958. He followed this with “Singapore” in 1960. Then in 1962 he came up with this film, “China Town”. All these three films were crime dramas. All seem to have basically the similar theme. In all three baddies were Orientals. In all three Madan Puri acted as an oriental with funny accent. I watched “China Town” on the heels of watching “Singapore” and felt that I was watching the same movie over again.

Salim & Javed’s “Don (1978)” was partly inspired by the beginnings of the film “China Town”. In this Shammi plays a double role, a good one and a bad one. Police get the bad one and have good one take his place to nail the crime boss. But then the stories diverge.

The repetition and lack of novelty of all the movies that came in quick succession ruins the fun of watching this. The only saving grace of the film was its music by Ravi. Most songs became huge hits with Rafi Saab’s “Baar Baar Dekho” topping the charts. Here is this and the rest of the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Jawani ki Hawa (1959)

Except for Asha's "Chali Kaisi" racy title song there is nothing worth to mention about others. Here is this and the rest of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Parakh (1960)

Bimalda got the Best Director Award for this enjoyable film with the backdrop of a small village. Salilda who gave magnificent music with several melodious songs also wrote its fine story. Kanu Ghosh and Sebastian were assistant music directors. Sadhana, who passed away recently, played the role of a simple girl displaying her versatility as an actress.

I am uploading all songs and several instrumentals in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all the songs from the film and three harmonica instrumentals by Milon Gupta. The second post contains all instrumentals of the lovely song “O Sajana”. All these instrumentals are just beautiful, except for one. Brian Silas, the noted pianist, disappoints with his rendition of “O Sajana”. One can hardly tell if this is the song he was playing. I am including it here because of his popularity.

Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
A Few Instrumentals of the Song "O Sajana" from "Parakh (1960)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of the beautiful song "O Sajana"...
ketaki shukla
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jan 19 2016, 08:06 PM) *

A Few Instrumentals of the Song "O Sajana" from "Parakh (1960)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of the beautiful song "O Sajana"...


Thanks Swarapriya for this lovely album Parakh.

Ketaki
swarapriya
QUOTE(ketaki shukla @ Jan 19 2016, 02:09 PM) *


A Few Instrumentals of the Song "O Sajana" from "Parakh (1960)"...

Thanks Swarapriya for this lovely album Parakh.

Ketaki


Thanks Ketaki.

Cheers,
S
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Paying Guest (1957)

I am uploading these popular songs on request...

Here is a blithely Nutan paired opposite a buoyant Dev and when mingled with some breezy music by Burmanda for the songs written by magnificent Majrooh Saab the result is a playful ride called "Paying Guest". This movie has no pretensions to be anything else but to entertain. It does so superbly.

I have several favorite songs from this album. Among them are Lata's "Chaand Phir Nikla", Kishoreda's both solos, and both duets. My personal favorite is the duet "O Nigaahen Mastaana" where Asha is just humming along to the crooning of Kishore. It is an absolute charmer. This album is an out and out winner...

I am uploading these songs in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the film. This includes the song “Gaye Ghabraake Mil” by Geetaji. This song was not included in the film. It is from an audio from You Tube that was uploaded by Parag Sankla. The song was contributed by Romesh Vora. Thanks Romesh and Parag for the song…

The second post contains several instrumentals of some of the popular songs from the film. It also contains a version song of “Chaand Phir Nikla”. I am also including here a shorter version of “Chhod Do Aanchal” with an introduction by Majrooh Saab.

Here is the first set of songs...
swarapriya
A Few Instrumentals of the Songs from "Paying Guest (1957)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Madhavi (1969)

This movie introduced a new heroine named Deepa in the title role. I am not sure if she ever appeared in any other Hindi movie. But this period drama, based on the 1958 Tamil film “Mahadevi”, was simply badly done. LP provided the music. Couple of solos sung by Lata are noteworthy. Here are these and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Madhavi (1969)"...

Here are the rest of he songs and some music clips from this film...
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Aas ka Panchhi (1961)

This predictable drama is lifted by fine music by Shankar & Jaikishan. Almost all songs from the film became very popular. Assistant music director was Sebastian D’Souza. I am uploading all of the songs from the film and some music clips in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
A Few Music Clips from "Aas ka Panchhi (1961)"...

Here are a few music clips from this musical...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Dr. Vidya (1962)

This movie tells the story of an idealistic educated woman married to a man from a small village with not much education. He suffers from that inferiority complex and disowns his wife. The rest of the story tells how the woman wins her husband back. Very pretentious and preachy movie that was lifted by Burmanda’s fine music and Vyjayanti Mala’s performance.

There are several good songs in the film with Lataji’s songs “Khanke Kangna” and “Pawan Diwaane” topping the charts. Burmanda was assisted by his son RD. Interestingly title credits omit Rafi Saab’s name as one of the playback singers (he had two duets). Mukeshji’s name is listed. Mukeshji sang only one song in the film but that was not included in the final film. Rafi Saab’s songs are there in the film but he is not included in the credits. Go figure that out.

I am uploading songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Dr. Vidya (1962)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this beautiful album...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Kangan (1959)

Before I watched the movie I thought it would be a family drama. But the movie begins with a murder and the suspense involves several family members and their relatives. Until last few minutes of the movie the identity of the real murderer is not known. The director was in quandary as whether he was not sure if he wanted us to watch a family in crisis or a suspense drama. The unsure nature of the handling between the two subjects makes the film weak. Chitragupt provides an average score. Here are the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Singapore (1960)

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

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...658&st=1411




swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Bandi (1957)

I am re-uploading these songs on request...

This movie tells a story of two brothers, one educated but unemployed and the other illiterate but devoted to his older brother. Kishoreda who had the major role in the film played the younger brother. His role had shades of comedy mixed with tragedy. It was simply amazing that how Kishoreda switched between comic situations to stirring pathos and vice versa so easily. It is too bad that he did not play many more serious roles.

Hemantda’s music has several good songs in the film. Lata’s “Mere Haal Par” and Kishoreda’s “Chup Ho Jaa” are the standouts of the album. Especially the later song is simply superb. I am also including here a special version of this song with Ameen Sayani’s introduction.

I am uploading these and other songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Bandi (1957)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Mahal (1969)

This average suspense drama has excellent music by Kalyanji & Anandji. Several songs from this film became popular. Topping the charts was “Aankhon”. I am uploading this and other songs and some music clips in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
swarapriya
Some Music Clips from "Mahal (1969)"...

Here are a few musical clips from this movie...
taiyab53
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Oct 8 2015, 06:16 PM) *

(Shailendra) Masoom (1960)

This movie tells travails of three orphaned children, two boys and a girl, all very young. The story unfolds as the older boy tries to find suitable places for his younger brother and little sister. For a change, this movie shows that there are many people out there who are willing to extend a helping hand.

Robin Banerjee’s music is one of the highlights of the movie. It starts with beautiful title music and in the span of two plus hours sprinkles some fine songs around. A couple of songs from the film became extremely popular. These were “Humein Unn Raahon Par” and Ranu Mukherjee’s lovely “Naani Teri” (music for this song was composed by Hemantda). Subir Sen’s voice in the song “Humein” is deadpan for Hemantda’s. Even intense hearing does not give any clues that it is not Hemantda singing but it is Subir Sen. Incidentally there is a question about the female singer of the duet “Tu Prem Nagar”. Many sources list Sudha Malhotra as the singer. But I have also seen the song attributed to Sabita Banerjee. The DVD titles don’t help here. It omitted listing credits of all the playback singers. I am requesting members with Geet Kosh to please help clarify this. Many thanks.

Apart from the two popular songs mentioned above, I have another favorite from this film. It is Suman Kalyanpur’s song “Nanhi Si Gudiya”. Beautifully composed, the song was passionately sung by Sumanji. It lingers in your thoughts for a while.

Some of the songs have faint hum in the background that I could not get rid of. For this reason I am uploading all the songs at a lower bit rate. Here are these…

Dear Swarapriya
the song TU PREM NAGAR KA SADHU is sung by RAFI SAHEB & SABITA BENNERJEE AS PER HFGK.
Thanks
swarapriya
QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Feb 3 2016, 12:26 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Oct 8 2015, 06:16 PM) *

(Shailendra) Masoom (1960)

This movie tells travails of three orphaned children, two boys and a girl, all very young. The story unfolds as the older boy tries to find suitable places for his younger brother and little sister. For a change, this movie shows that there are many people out there who are willing to extend a helping hand.

Robin Banerjee’s music is one of the highlights of the movie. It starts with beautiful title music and in the span of two plus hours sprinkles some fine songs around. A couple of songs from the film became extremely popular. These were “Humein Unn Raahon Par” and Ranu Mukherjee’s lovely “Naani Teri” (music for this song was composed by Hemantda). Subir Sen’s voice in the song “Humein” is deadpan for Hemantda’s. Even intense hearing does not give any clues that it is not Hemantda singing but it is Subir Sen. Incidentally there is a question about the female singer of the duet “Tu Prem Nagar”. Many sources list Sudha Malhotra as the singer. But I have also seen the song attributed to Sabita Banerjee. The DVD titles don’t help here. It omitted listing credits of all the playback singers. I am requesting members with Geet Kosh to please help clarify this. Many thanks.

Apart from the two popular songs mentioned above, I have another favorite from this film. It is Suman Kalyanpur’s song “Nanhi Si Gudiya”. Beautifully composed, the song was passionately sung by Sumanji. It lingers in your thoughts for a while.

Some of the songs have faint hum in the background that I could not get rid of. For this reason I am uploading all the songs at a lower bit rate. Here are these…

Dear Swarapriya
the song TU PREM NAGAR KA SADHU is sung by RAFI SAHEB & SABITA BENNERJEE AS PER HFGK.
Thanks


Thanks for clarifying the situation Dear Taiyabji. Cheers.
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Apsara (1961)

I am uploading songs from this album below. It looks like I may be missing three songs from this film. These are shown in red italics in the table below. Please kindly share these with rest of us if you can. Thanks.

Here are the songs I have...
Viraj Padhye
Here is one missing song.

Viraj
swarapriya
QUOTE(Viraj Padhye @ Feb 4 2016, 05:45 PM) *

Here is one missing song.

Viraj


Thank you very much Viraj for the song. Cheers.

S
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Gyara Hazar Ladkian (1962)

The title refers to the number of working women in Mumbai when this film was made in 1962. K.A. Abbas co-wrote and directed this film. With a great title and Abbasji at the helm I expected a lot from the movie. I was hoping it will show the perils the working women face in a man dominated world. But the story dealt with only one such working woman and her problems dealing with her sisters.

There are some good songs in the film. Especially both versions of the song “Dil Ki Tamanna” are outstanding. Please note that in Rafi Saab’s version of the song the audio quality between 2:04 and 2:30 (this is the second antara) is very weak.

I am uploading these songs below…
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Minister (1959)

This film was produced and directed by Sohrab Modi who also played the title role. As usually the case with his movies, this one is also about patriotism, truthfulness and honesty amongst all odds. Modi’s character is even ready to send his son to gallows for the crime he committed.

Madan Mohanji composed songs of different flavors. There are patriotic songs. There are racy songs. Then there is a classic song by Lata. “Unn Aankhon” is a beauty by Lataji.

The song “Lo Aaj” is about 2 minutes longer in the VCD. But it is exactly the same song on CD. The VCD version was recorded at slower pace. I am uploading the CD version here.

Here are these and other songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Usne Kaha Tha (1960)

Here is another film that came from the production house of Bimal Roy. This one was produced by Bimalda and was directed by Moni Bhattacharjee. It was based on a famous short story by Chandradhar Sharma Guleri.

Like any movie by Bimalda it has all the ingredients that make his movies so special; good story, great unfolding of the story, realistic locations, superb characterizations, brilliant black and white photography, and melodious music. This movie has all of this but somehow it doesn't give the feeling of satisfaction. It falls short of high expectations one has of a true Bimalda movie. In the end you remember it for its brilliant craftsmanship but the beats are missing from where its heart is.

Incidentally, Indrani Mukherjee was introduced in this film in a small role as a friend of Nanda and a neighbor of Sunil Dutt.

Salilda composed several great songs for this movie. The songs like "Aaha Rim Jhim", "Balkhaati Sharmaati", and "Machalti Aarzoo" are very melodious to listen to. But for me the standout song is Maqdoom Mohiuddeen's memorable "Jaanewaale Sipaahi Se Poochho". This inspired song was made more memorable because of the soulful singing of the pair Sabita Banerjee and Mannada. It lingers in your thoughts for a long long time.

I am uploading these beautiful songs, a couple of specials, and some musical instrumentals in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the film plus a couple of specials. The second post contains all instrumentals.

Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Few Instrumentals from "Usne Kaha Tha (1960)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of the song "Aaha Rim Jhim" from the film...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Mera Dost (1969)

Here are the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Boyfriend (1961)

This movie was a remake of the all-time super box-office hit “Kismet” starring Ashok Kumar that was released in 1943. In that film Ashok played a dual role whereas in “Boyfriend” brothers were played by Shammi and the up-and-coming Dharmendra. Whereas “Kismet” made unprecedented history, in spite of super hit songs, “Boyfriend” was only a modest success because of haphazard handling of the story and botched up hurried ending.

With Shammi in the central role one can expect many songs by Rafi Saab. Out of eight songs, Rafi Saab had five solos and a duet. All these and the other two songs are also very good. Dattaram served as an assistant music director to Shankar & Jaikishan.

The song “Mujhe Apna” appeared three times in the film. The second time is the same as the first one without the last antara. The last antara alone appeared when the song appeared for the third time. However it was at a slower rate. I am uploading this one along with the full one. Also, the song “Salaam” appeared twice, albeit briefly the second time. But even in this case it did not break any new ground as it is the first 52 seconds of the original song. Therefore I am not uploading this.

I am uploading all these songs and a few music clips in back-to-back two posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Boyfriend (1961)"...

Here are the rest of the songs and some music clips from the film...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) King Kong (1962)

This was mighty Dara Singh’s first film as a full-fledged hero. He appeared earlier in three films in smaller roles (“Sangdil” in 1952, “Pehli Jhalak” in 1954, and “Jagga Daku” in 1959). This movie was made clearly to show his strength and most of the movie exploited that.

Singh Saab in this film fought with a T-Rex like creature single-handedly, wrestled and killed a crocodile in the water, bested a famous wrestler also named King Kong in the beginning and end of the movie, took on the whole army alone and came out unscathed as a winner. The story of the film was wound around these and other exploits. Because of a poor script, uneven direction, an average musical score the film fizzles out from your memory swiftly.

Majrooh Saab and Chitragupt teamed together for many films that gave us several winning songs. But the effort here by both of them here was very feeble and below average. The only song that rose above the mediocrity I thought was “Ladi Re Ladi”. Here is this and rest of the songs from this film…
taiyab53
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Feb 16 2016, 12:08 AM) *

(Majrooh) King Kong (1962)

This was mighty Dara Singh’s first film as a full-fledged hero. He appeared earlier in three films in smaller roles (“Sangdil” in 1952, “Pehli Jhalak” in 1954, and “Jagga Daku” in 1959). This movie was made clearly to show his strength and most of the movie exploited that.

Singh Saab in this film fought with a T-Rex like creature single-handedly, wrestled and killed a crocodile in the water, bested a famous wrestler also named King Kong in the beginning and end of the movie, took on the whole army alone and came out unscathed as a winner. The story of the film was wound around these and other exploits. Because of a poor script, uneven direction, an average musical score the film fizzles out from your memory swiftly.

Majrooh Saab and Chitragupt teamed together for many films that gave us several winning songs. But the effort here by both of them here was very feeble and below average. The only song that rose above the mediocrity I thought was “Ladi Re Ladi”. Here is this and rest of the songs from this film…

dear swarapriya
thanks for King kong songs
they are in better sound quality which i had.
one point the song LADI RE LADI TOSE LOOKS LIKE SUMAN KALYANPUR ALTHOUGH HFGK HAVE NOT MENTIONED ANY SINGER NAME
ALSO THE SONG DHOLAK YE BOLE ALSO HAVING USHA MANGESHKAR VOICE - SAME HFGK HAVE NOT MENTIONED ANY SINGER NAME
Any suggestions from other members.
Viraj Padhye
I second you on this Taiyabji. I referred book on Suman by Mangala Khadilkar and even it credits the song to Suman though HFGK has not mentioned anything.
swarapriya
QUOTE(Viraj Padhye @ Feb 16 2016, 06:48 PM) *

I second you on this Taiyabji. I referred book on Suman by Mangala Khadilkar and even it credits the song to Suman though HFGK has not mentioned anything.


Taiyab & Viraj,

So what is the consensus? Should "Ladi" be by Suman and "Dholak" by Usha? Can someone please confirm. Thanks.

S
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Mohar (1959)

In this movie the wife and husband team of Geeta Bali and Shammi Kapoor worked together. They worked in five films altogether. These were “Miss Coca Cola (1955)”, “Coffee House (1957)”, “Mujrim (1958)”, “Mohar (1959)”, and “Jab Se Tumhe Dekha Hai (1963)”.

This is yet another film where Madan Mohan Ji worked with his favorite lyricist Rajinder Krishan. It is their fifth movie during 1959. These were “Baap Bete”, “Chacha Zindabad”, “Duniya Na Mane”, and “Minister”. Earlier I have uploaded songs from all these films in our Forum.

In this film, “Mohra”, both solos by Hemantda (“Kho Gaya”) and Talat Saab (“Yaad Jab”) are excellent. My favorite is the one by Hemantda. Here are these and other songs from this film…
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