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(Rajinder Krishan) Love in Simla (1960)

This film introduced R.K. Nayyar as a director. He earlier was associated as an assistant to a couple of Raj Kapoor’s films, the 1953 “Aah” and the 1954 “Boot Polish”. RK also wrote the story for this film. This movie also introduced both the leading pair, Sadhana and Joy Mukherjee. Sadhana appeared in bit roles in a few movies before this film but this was her first outing as a full-fledged heroine.

Sadhana was available when S. Mukherjee, producer of this film, was looking to cast a new heroine opposite Shammi Kapoor in “Dil Deke Dekho”. But its debutant director, Nasir Hussain, opted for Asha Parekh. For Joy, son of producer S. Mukherjee, this was the first film. Joy also starred in a couple of other “Love” movies; the 1966 hit “Love in Tokyo” and the 1974 “Love in Bombay” (that was actually released in 2013).

Sadhana’s looks were carefully modeled after the beautifully talented Hollywood actress Audrey Hepburn. Sadhana’s haircut, which became a sensation throughout India, was known as “Sadhana Haircut”. This was a direct copy of Miss Hepburn’s hairdo. In the movie when Sadhana is crowned as “Miss Simla” with a crown on her head she exactly looks like Hepburn from the 1953 film “Roman Holiday”.

While filming the movie the director of the film Nayyar and Sadhana fell in love. But Sadhana’s parents vehemently opposed it and threatened to take Nayyar to the court. Not for another six years until Raj Kapoor intervened, they got married to each other.

The film was all out entertainer until it falters in the last 20 minutes or so. It becomes too heavy for its own good. In the end the movie was still satisfying mainly because of the beautiful performance of Sadhana and chartbuster music from Iqbal Qureshi. Every song from the film became a huge hit and helped the movie to become a box-office hit.

I am uploading all songs and a few music clips from this film in three back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
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Continuing Songs from "Love in Simla (1960)"...

Here are rest of the songs from this fine album...
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Concluding Songs from "Love in Simla (1960)"...

Here are some of the music clips from the film...
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(Shailendra) Mem-Didi (1961)

This movie directed by Hrishida was based on the 1933 Frank Capra classic English film “Lady for a Day”. The English film was based on Damon Runyon’s short story “Madame La Gimp”. Capra later remade it in 1961, his last movie, as “A Pocketful of Miracles”. Jackie Chan made it in Chinese which was dubbed and released in 1989 in English as “Miracles”. Interestingly, Hrishida himself remade this film in 1983 as “Achha Bura”. There were other movies also made in Hindi with slight variations of this theme. These include the 1973 “Loafer” and the 2008 “Singh is Kinng”.

Hrishida brought back Lalita Pawar in the title role after her award winning performance from his previous 1959 film “Anari”. She was brilliantly supported by the veteran actors David Abraham and Jayant. Most of the movie revolved around these three characters. Tanuja, young (she was 18 at that time), beautiful, and spritely had a small but impressionable role.

In spite of its sweet and endearing theme, the movie with three principal roles played by veteran actors was quickly forgotten. Music by Salilda was below the mark and did not do much to help the proceedings. Shailendra’s lyrics followed the same uninspiring pattern. The one song that was different and somewhat appealing was “Beta Bow Wow Wow”.

Here are the songs from this film…
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(Anand Bakshi) Geet (1970)

Most of the characters in the movie were introduced in the first 15 minutes into the movie. One can immediately tell what the story is going to be. The whole movie feels like annoyingly contrived, very pale, and is simply predictable. Yet the movie was surprisingly a huge hit. The only reason I can think of is its outstanding music.

Kalyanji & Anandji provide one of the best music of their career. They employ three lyricists for the songs. All of them come through in flying colors. All songs are very rich in lyrics helping the mood of the film and its beautiful music.

Several songs are repeated throughout the film. For example, the duet version of “Mere Mitwa” appears three times in the movie. The second and third time the song contains only the mukhda that is not different from the first one. But there is different music setting these other two versions take place in. I am uploading all three versions in spite of the repetition.

I am uploading all songs and a few instrumentals in three back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
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Continuing Songs from "Geet (1970)"...

Here are more songs from this musical...
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Concluding Songs from "Geet (1970)"...

Here are few instrumentals and others related to the songs from this film...
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Asli-Naqli (1962)

This simple story of discovering ones own true personal identity was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The movie has the regular drama but the show stealer was its music. Shankar & Jaikishan composed songs for this film that were all huge hits. S&J were assisted by Dattaram and Sebastian. The appeal of Sadhana's innocent looking charm with Dev's usual savvy also helped the movie to become a modest success.

I am uploading songs from this film in four back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the film. The second post contains some of the musical clips from the film and a few version songs. The third post contains several instrumentals of the popular song “Tera Mera Pyaar Amar”. Finally, the fourth and the last post contains instrumentals of another popular song, “Tujhe Jeevan Ki Dor Se”.

Here are the songs in the first post...
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Songs from "Asli-Naqli (1962)" Continued...

Here are a few music clips from the film and some version songs...
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"Asli-Naqli (1962)" Instrumentals

Here are a few instrumentals of the song "Tera Mera Pyaar" from this film...
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Concluding Instrumentals of "Asli-Naqli (1962)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of the song "Tujhe Jeevan Ki" from "Asli-Naqli"...
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(Majrooh) Ishaara (1964)

Laxmikant & Pyarelal were assistant music directors for this film that had music composed by Kalyanji & Anandji. L&P already made their name as independent music directors after their stunning debut with the 1963 film “Parasmani”. In 1964, the same year this movie “Ishaara” was released, they composed music for the award winning “Dosti”. Even though a couple of songs from this film were okay, none of them leave an impression so that you can remember them for a while. The movie had a very familiar plot and also is easily forgotten.

Here are the songs from this film…
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(Rajinder Krishan) Maa Baap (1960)

This is yet another familiar familial drama that does not make any sense. The story revolves around hapless parents and their one dimensional children; either they are really good or they are obscenely bad. There is no novelty in the story and the score by Chitraguptji is also so so.
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(Shailendra) Roop ki Rani Choron ka Raja (1961)

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=1526


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(Anand Bakshi) Himmat (1970)

This movie came from the people who gave the 1967 surprising hit “Farz”. However, there is not much to write about this film. It deals with hackneyed subject where all the principle actors go along without showing much interest in the proceedings. Even LP’s songs do not offer anything new. Ditto Bakshi Saab’s lyrics.

Here are the songs from this film…
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Dil Tera Deewana (1962)

This film was a remake of the 1958 Tamil comedy hit “Sabash Meena”. The Hindi film, like its Tamil predecessor, was dominated by the second hero of the film, in this case Mahmood. He won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor that year.

The movie half way through is lots of fun but in the second half it runs out of steam and gets even boring. The music with S&J at the helm, ably assisted by Dattaram & Sebastian, had many hits. The duet by Asha and Rafi Saab could have been a great one but for the too many intermittent interruptions of donkey braying. Thanks to the music and first half of fun and lovely Mala Sinha the movie became a hit.

This film was shot in black and white. A couple of years ago the Ultra DVD Company released a colorized version of this film. I am not certain whether this version was ever showed in theaters, like the colorized version of “Mughal-E-Azam”. I have both versions of the DVDs of the movie and they both are by Ultra. Also, they are identical in every respect. Sometimes the colorized versions of original B &W movies do not appear that good, but in this case the colors do not look that bad.

I am uploading all songs from the film, a few version songs, and some instrumentals in three back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
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Concluding Songs from "Dil Tera Deewana (1962)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
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A Few Instrumentals of the Songs from "Dil Tera Deewana (1962)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of some of the popular songs from the film...

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(Majrooh) Samson (1964)

This Mumtaz-Dara Singh starrer also had Ameeta and Feroze Khan in important roles. As in any typical Dara’s movies, he shows his might in doing the right things. There are only five songs in the movie but three of them are pretty to listen to. All but one song was picturized on Ameeta. The other song, “Poochho Na”, a fine one, was a qawwali starring then Qawwali Queen, Shakeela Bano Bhopali. Lata’s solo “Khuda Kare” is another good song. But the standout song of the album is Asha’s stirring rendition of “Teri Deed Se”. An absolute beauty.

Here are these and other songs from this film…
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(Rajinder Krishan) Patang (1960)

This movie was based on the 1954 National Film Award Winner Telugu film “Pedda Manushulu”. Whereas the Telugu original was a scathing study of so called leaders of the society, the Hindi film does not even come close to its source and in the end disappoints.

In the titles, the Hindi film wrongly credits K.V. Reddy as the story writer. Reddy was the director of the Telugu film. The story of the Telugu film was written by D.V. Narasa Raju. The Telugu film itself was loosely based on Henrik Ibsen’s classic satirical play “The Pillars of the Society”.

Chitragupt was at the helm of the music. Rajinder Krishanji wrote dialogues of the film and lyrics for the songs. The song “Yeh Duniya” appears throughout the film. This song almost sounds like “Chal Ud Jaa Re” from the 1957 Hindi hit “Bhabhi”. Incidentally the music for it was also composed by Chitraguptji. Also, Krishanji wrote its lyrics as well.

The songs and lyrics of this film are about average. All songs sung by Rafi Saab were picturized on the character actor Om Prakash.

I am uploading all songs from this film below…
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(Shailendra) Sapan Suhane (1961)

When Balraj Sahni sings solos, duets and starts swinging his fists you know the film is going to be pretty bad. After watching the entire movie my expectations of it did not change. The only redeeming feature of the film was its music. Salilda gave a couple of good songs. His future wife, Sabita Banerjee, sang a solo and a duet.

The best song of the album to me is “Chaand Kabhi”. This one seems to be inspired by Burmanda’s 1955 hit from “House No. 44”, Lata’s memorable song “Phaili Hui Hai”.

Here are the songs from this film…
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(Anand Bakshi) Humjoli (1970)

This film was based upon the 1964 Tamil hit “Panakkara Kudumbam”. It was later remade in Kannada and Telugu. This is another routine family drama that offered no redeeming value. Only thing going for it was comedian Mahmood who played three roles. But even that act eventually gets on your nerves. Jeetendra, like in the movie “Himmat (1970)’ that was reviewed earlier here, looked overweight with his tummy bulging out. The skintight clothes did not help the matters. In later years Jeetendra took care of his weight problems and looked good and fit. Mumtaz appeared as a guest in the dance number (“Tik Tik Tik”).

LP had a couple of good songs in the film. These are “Dhal Gaya Dinn” and “Haaye Re Haaye”. Both songs were huge hits. I am also uploading a version song of “Haaye Re Haaye”. Even though this song is from a CD, for some reason Babul Supriyo’s voice is feeble in the recording and not intelligible. But Sargam’s is fine. I am including this song at a lower bit rate.

I am uploading all songs in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
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Concluding Songs from "Humjoli (1970)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Hariyali aur Rasta (1962)

Many of the popular movies of 60’s owe much of their success to fine music. This film was no exception. Thanks to its beautiful music by Shankar & Jaikishan, who were ably assisted by Dattaram & Sebastian, the movie became popular.

The movie was very formulaic and borrowed from several previous hit films especially the 1960 “Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai”.

Mahendra Kapoor did not sing too many songs for S&J. This was the first film he sang for them. The song “Kho Gaya Hai” became enormously popular. In the movie it was filmed on a boatman with the hero Manoj wandering on the banks of the river looking for his beloved oblivious of the fact that she was laying unconscious inside that very boat.

I am uploading songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
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Concluding Songs from "Hariyali aur Rasta (1962)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this popular album...
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(Majrooh) Aakash Deep (1965)

Phani Majumdar directed this total misfire from his own story. The movie wanted to show the difficulties faced by well-meaning but inflexible stubborn people (Ashok Kumar played the principal protagonist). But it falters by moving in many directions with plots and subplots that slow down the narrative. Also, it does not add any value to the proceedings.

That said I should mention that there are at least two very beautiful songs in this film. Both Chitagupt, the music director, and the lyricist, Majroohji, rose to give us Lata’s exceptional beauty “Dil Ka Diya” and Rafi Saab’s “Mujhe Dard-E-Dil”.

I have separated these songs into two groups based on their quality. I am uploading better quality songs @192 KBPS (Post 1) and lower quality songs @128 KBPS (Post 2).

Here are the songs in the first post…
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Concluding Songs from "Aakash Deep (1965)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this album...
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(Rajinder Krishan) Chhaya (1961)

It is surprising that Hrishida directed this film for AVM Productions. Surprise because there is nothing novel in the story. It is very predictable from the beginning to end. No situations in the film that call for Hrishida’s handling them with his usual ease and élan. Only one who took seriously about the goings on seems to be the music director of the film, Salilda. His handful of composition of songs all are simply superb. Talat gets to sing several songs, three solos and a duet. He comes through beautifully. I should also mention that Rajinder Krishanji was equally at task by penning fine lyrics for the songs.

I am uploading all songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
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Concluding Songs from "Chhaya (1961)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine musical album...
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(Shailendra) Sasural (1961)

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

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...658&st=1536


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(Anand Bakshi) Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970)

Ramesh Saigal directed this film from his own hodge-podge of a storyline. There are many characters in the film who come and go and their role is neither properly defined nor fully developed.

Sadhana, the central figure of the film, was going through rough time in her life during the filming of this movie with health problems due to thyroid. Only few years back she charmed millions of movie goers with her coy smile, elegant beauty, and understated acting skills. But that was then. Nevertheless she gave a convincing performance. Dharmendra was passable but the surprise of the film was Biswajeet. I never cared for his acting skills but in a pivotal role in this film he came through convincingly. Incidentally, this was the only film in which both Dharmendra and Biswajeet worked with Sadhana.

The highlight of the film was the combination of Burmanda working with Bakshi Saab. SD composed beautiful songs for the rich lyrics penned by Anandji. Too bad these have to be wasted on such a bad film.

I am uploading all songs and some specials in three back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs…
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Continuing Songs from "Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970)"...

Here are more beautiful songs from this film...
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Concluding Songs from "Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970)"...

Here are a few music clips and a couple of specials related to the songs from this film...
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Professor (1962)

This popular movie boasted fine performances by Shammi and Lalita Pawar with beautifully lilting music by the inimitable duo Shankar & Jaikishan. Here once again they were assisted by Dattaram & Sebastian. S&J, who were riding high for sometime, grabbed the Filmfare Award for the Best Music for this film.

Interestingly all songs in the movie were longer than either the LP or CDs published. The CDs missed one antara from each song. The songs I am uploading here are from the DVD and are complete.

A note about the leading lady of the film, Kalpana. This was her very first movie. (Shammi was following up a successful trend he started beginning with Asha Parekh in “Dil Deke Dekho (1959)”, Saira Bano in “Junglee (1961)”, and Sharmila in “Kashmir ki Kali (1964)”. Asha Parekh did appear in smaller roles in earlier films but “Dil Deke Dekho” was the movie that launched her as a heroine.) Kalpana acted only in five or six films. A notable among these was the one with Dev Anand in the 1965 hit “Teen Deviyan”. Her last film appearance was in the 1967 film “Nawab Sirajuddaula”. That very same year she got married. Immediately after the marriage she quit acting. However, the marriage did not last long as she and her husband were divorced. After that she lived rest of her life alone with her daughter. She passed away in early 2012 at the age of 65 with complications arising from cancer.

Apart from the beautiful songs from the film, I am uploading also a few version songs and several instrumentals. All these are in three back-to-back posts.

Here is the first set of songs…
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A Few Specials Related to Songs from "Professor (1962)"...

Here are a few version songs of some of the popular songs from the film...
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A Few Instrumentals Related to Songs from "Professor (1962)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of some of the popular songs from the film...
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(Majrooh) Bheegi Raat (1965)

Kalidas directed this film from his own story. He assembled some of the principals who gave the hit “Aarti (1962)”. Meena Kumari, Pradeep Kumar & Ashok Kumar were in both the films. Roshan Saab directed the music for both. Majrooh Saab wrote the lyrics for both the films. Songs were standout for both of the films. “Aarti” was directed by Phani Majumdar and was better received than this film. “Bheegi Raat” was a modest success thanks mainly to its beautiful songs.

I am uploading all songs from the film, a few music clips, a couple of version songs, and some instrumentals in three back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
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Concluding Songs from "Bheegi Raat (1965)"...

Here are a few music clips from the film and a couple of version songs...
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A Few Instrumentals of the Song "Dil Jo" from "Bheegi Raat (1965)"...

Here are a few instrumentals of the song "Dil Jo Na Keh Saka" from the film...
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(Shailendra) Aagosh (1953)

I missed to upload songs from this film in my chronological order of the movies Shailendraji worked on. Well, it is better late than never. So here are the songs from this film…
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(Rajinder Krishan) Modern Girl (1961)

A middle class father decides to send both his daughters to college against the wishes of his wife who is their mother. She feels that a woman’s place is in the kitchen and home attending to her husband’s needs. Her friendly neighborhood women also fortify this belief in her every time they have a chance. As the story develops, one sister accomplishes everything her father had envisioned. The other goes astray and gets herself and the family into all sorts of trouble. A crime drama is also thrown in the midst of all this. That leads the movie to go astray. In 1961 woman’s education may have been a big issue. But the movie falters going in many directions instead of concentrating on the central theme.

The music composer Ravi however tries to save the day. He comes through several beautiful songs. The song of the album is the duet by Suman & Mukesh, “Ye Rangeen Sama”. Besides there are other fine numbers, like “Kabhi Inkaar Karte Ho”, “Nazar Uthne Se Pehle”, and “Saaz Bajta Rahe”. I am uploading these four fine songs in the first post. The second post contains the rest of the songs that are about average.

Here are the songs in the first post…
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Concluding Songs from "Modern Girl (1961)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this film...
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QUOTE(swarapriya @ Oct 3 2016, 07:54 PM) *

(Shailendra) Aagosh (1953)

I missed to upload songs from this film in my chronological order of the movies Shailendraji worked on. Well, it is better late than never. So here are the songs from this film…



One of many excellent movies of Roshan. Thanks for the upload. The Meena Kapoor song and the Lata-Sudha Malhotra duet are some of the sweetest songs I have heard.
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QUOTE(nandi @ Oct 7 2016, 08:52 AM) *

(Shailendra) Aagosh (1953)

One of many excellent movies of Roshan. Thanks for the upload. The Meena Kapoor song and the Lata-Sudha Malhotra duet are some of the sweetest songs I have heard.



It is good to hear from you Nandi.

Roshan Saab even though shone like a bright star in the sky with memorable hit songs for many films he composed music for, I do not think he got his proper due. This probably is because he was a contemporary of stalwarts like Burmanda, Naushadji, OP, and S&J to name a few. But he held on his own and less heard of albums like this are prime examples of his steadfastness.

Cheers,
S
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(Anand Bakshi) Jeevan Mrityu (1970)

This film was a remake of the 1967 Bengali hit “Jiban Mrityu”. Actress Rakhee was introduced to Hindi film audience with this film. Earlier she appeared in a couple of Bengali films, the 1967 “Badhu Baran” and the 1968 “Baghini”.

This was Dharmendra’s movie all the way. Except for 15 minutes or so in the early part of the film, he was in a disguise for the rest of the movie. His good looks did go unexploited because of the disguise.

In 1970, when this movie was released, these type of revenge dramas may have been novel as this film was a box-office hit. But after this many years, and watching hundreds of movies similar to it, one wonders what made this movie click.

There were only three songs in the film two of which were almost identical, the duet version and the solo version of “Jhilmil”. But that song is a smash.

Here are these two versions and the other song from this film…
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(Hasrat Jaipuri) Rungoli (1962)

The team (Rajinder Singh Bedi, Shankar & Jaikishan, Shailendra & Hasrat Jaipuri, Vyjayanti Mala & Kishore) that gave us that endearing hit "New Delhi" in 1956 decided to revive similar magic and came up with this movie. This movie also had similar formula; unforgettable music by S&J, great performances by the principals, some dazzling dances by Mala, and slapstick comedy by Kishoreda. Yet the movie didn't have either the soul or the heart of the old movie that was warmly touching to the senses. In essence it lacked what "Delhi" had, there was no compelling story to tell. Bedi was responsible for the story, screenplay & dialogues. He also was the co-producer of the movie.

The music by S&J is the real treat of this movie. Their creative juices flowing still high, this incredible pair never slacked and gave us one memorable hit after another. It is a testament of their genius that these songs have stood the test of times. What more proof we need than that even after 54 years of their original release, these songs continue to give the same pleasurable goose bumps. Once again they were ably assisted by Dattaram & Sebastian D’Souza.

Even though most of the songs became popular, standouts are both versions of “Chhoti Si” and the title track, “Rungoli Sajaao”. My personal favorite of the album is the song “Rungoli”.

I am uploading these and other songs from this album in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first post…
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Concluding Songs from "Rungoli (1962)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine album...
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(Majrooh) Mohabbat Isko Kahete Hain (1965)

The story of this film was attributed to Akhtar Mirza, but it clearly was adapted from the 1960 film “Usne Kaha Tha”. Incidentally that film also starred Nanda as the heroine. The movie dealt with the story of a couple who are in love with each other but ends up in tragedy because the woman does not trust her lover. As the story unfolds many character actors come into play. But because of the inherent weakness of the elements of the story and poor direction it goes astray. Khayyam Saab’s music tried to lift the proceedings from less than ordinary but in the end even it does not help.

Here are the songs form this film…
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(Rajinder Krishan) Nazrana (1961)

This movie which paired Vyjayanti and Raj for the first time was based on the hit Tamil film "Kalyana Parisu" made by the first time director Sridhar. He was popular story writer of several Tamil films. Sridhar also made this movie in Telugu, called "Pelli Kanuka" in 1960. It was also a resounding hit. He later made a few popular Hindi films like "Dil Ek Mandir" in 1963 and "Pyar Kiye Ja" in 1966.

Originally B. Saroja Devi was to reprise the role she played in both Tamil and Telugu versions. Several weeks of shooting was done with her. Then things went sour between Devi and Sridhar. He decided to replace her with Vyjayanti Mala who was in his earlier 1961 Tamil hit, “Then Nilavu”.

"Nazrana" proved to be only an average success. This may be in part because Raj appeared to be the wrong choice for the main lead, especially during the first half of the movie. In the beginning of the film he was supposed to play a college student participating in various athletic competitions. This was difficult to swallow for even Raj’s ardent fans. Vyjayanti Mala was adequate. Usha Kiron gave a very consummate and understated performance.

Ravi contributed fine music for the film. There are several good songs in the film. Instead of Asha singing most of the songs for him, this time he had Lata sing most of them. Asha did participate in one fine duet. Interestingly Rafi as well as Mukesh sang for Raj.

I am uploading these songs in two back-to-back posts. Here are the songs in the first...
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Concluding Songs from "Nazrana (1961)"...

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