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Shaz110
QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Jul 31 2013, 07:25 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jul 31 2013, 01:37 PM) *

(Anand Bakshi) Kala Samundar (1962)

I am uploading five songs from this fine album. It seems like I am missing at least two. These are shown in red italics in the table below. I am requesting members to share these or any other missing songs if they can. Thanks.

Here are the songs I have, including the chart buster "Meri Tasveer Le Kar"...

wow the system is set & as usual Swapriya is steady
here is one song from my collection from this film
enjoy
taiyab
kaala samunder-62-mohobbat karo to karo-rafi & asha-n dutta-sahir ludhyanvi-6.54 mins-192 br


Dear Taiyab jee, Please could you mail me this song. I would be most greatful. My ad is 'prince51214@hotmail.com'

Thanks in advance.

Shaz110
taiyab53
QUOTE(Shaz110 @ Aug 1 2013, 05:59 PM) *

QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Jul 31 2013, 07:25 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jul 31 2013, 01:37 PM) *

(Anand Bakshi) Kala Samundar (1962)

I am uploading five songs from this fine album. It seems like I am missing at least two. These are shown in red italics in the table below. I am requesting members to share these or any other missing songs if they can. Thanks.

Here are the songs I have, including the chart buster "Meri Tasveer Le Kar"...

wow the system is set & as usual Swapriya is steady
here is one song from my collection from this film
enjoy
taiyab
kaala samunder-62-mohobbat karo to karo-rafi & asha-n dutta-sahir ludhyanvi-6.54 mins-192 br


Dear Taiyab jee, Please could you mail me this song. I would be most greatful. My ad is 'prince51214@hotmail.com'

Thanks in advance.

Shaz110

sure
taiyab
swarapriya
(Javed Akhtar) Mashaal (1984)

I am uploading songs from this album in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the film. The second post contains an interview by Karan Johar with the director late Yash Chopraji.

Here are the songs in the first post...
swarapriya
Karan Johar Interviews Yash Chopra on "Mashaal (1984)"...

This post contains an interview given to Karan Johar by the director of the film, the late Yash Chopraji. Because of its length I split the file into three parts. To access the interview it is imperative that you please download all three parts. Downloading any one or two will not work.

Here are the three parts of the interview...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Miss Coca-Cola (1955)

It was in 1955 that Geeta Bali and Shammi Kapoor, the leading pair of this film, while shooting for "Rangeen Raaten" fell in love. After that when Shammi proposed to her, Bali was at first hesitant. She acted with Shammi's father in "Anand Math"ť in 1952 and with his older brother Raj in "Bawre Nian"ť in 1950 and was afraid that she will not be accepted in their family. But Shammi pressed on and the two got married in August 1955 in one of the Banganga temples near Mumbai. They kept their plans as a secret from their respective relatives.

Their marriage lasted only 10 years as Geeta passed away unexpectedly in 1965 but not before she molded the career of her husband from a so so actor to a sought after star.

Here are the songs from this film which paired Geeta & Shammi...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Sazaa (1951)

Amarjeet’s “Teen Devian (1965)” must have been inspired by this early Dev’s 1951 film. There are several commonalities in these two movies. Both starred Dev in the lead role. In “Sazaa” three women are in love with him, two rich and one poor. This same premise was the basis for “Devian”. Also, for both these films SD was the music composer. Incidentally, SD’s name was listed as “S.D. Verman” in “Sazaa”. N.Dutta was SD’s assistant.

Movie lists only Rajinder Krishan as the lyricist. But the song “Tum Na Jaane Kis Jahaan Mein” was written by Sahir Ludhianvi who was not credited. It turns out that this song became a chart buster even though other songs are also equally melodious. Many singers had their own version of this song. Also many instrumentalists had a field day playing this song on their favorite instrument.

I am uploading songs, specials, music clips, and instrumentals of this film in four back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the movie. The second post contains several music clips including the title music. The third post contains some specials and a couple of instrumentals. The fourth post contains all instrumentals.

Here are the songs from Burmanda’s beautiful album…
swarapriya
Music Clips from "Sazaa (1951)"...

Here are some of the music clips from this fine album...
swarapriya
Some Specials of "Sazaa (1951)"...

Here are some version songs and instrumentals...
swarapriya
Some Instrumentals of the Song "Tum Na Jaane" from "Sazaa (1951)"...

Here are some instrumentals of the song "Tum Na Jaane" from the film...
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Shikast (1953)

I am uploading songs from this album in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Shikast (1953)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this album...
swarapriya
(Shakeel) Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)

I am skipping my chronological order of uploading films in this thread to accommodate a request of a fellow member.

Parts of the following write up appeared earlier in one of my postings of this film...

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

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

It was rumored that Dilip Saab spent much time with Kardar Saab in developing his and the character played by Pran. In the first half of the film Pran Saab whenever appears on the screen gives a scare to everyone. His presence was at once menacing. However I felt that in the later part of the film his performance was on the hysterical side. A great actor he was, it could have been wonderful if he slightly underplayed his role in the second half of the film. But the director was trying to bring out the contrast between the silent performance of Dilip Saab to vocal performance of Pran Saab.

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

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

I am uploading all songs, music clips, and some specials in three back-to-back posts. I ripped songs from the film and music clips from a DVD. I have an original soundtrack album of these songs. But DVD songs are all longer in the sense there is music associated with them. If anyone would like, I will be happy to share the songs from the original soundtrack album.

Here is the first set of songs…
swarapriya
Continuing Songs from "Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)"...

Here are the rest of the songs and some music clips from the film...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)"...

Here are some specials...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Mehndi Lagi Mere Haath (1962)

Laxmikant & Pyarelal, who were about to make history the following year with their record breaking debut album "Parasmani", were assistant music directors to Kalyanji & Anandji for this film. I am uploading songs from this album in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Mehndi Lagi Mere Haath (1962)"...

Here are the rest of the songs and some music clips from this film...
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Aurat (1953)

This film as it claimed was based on a Biblical story. But it was freely adopted from Cecil B. DeMill’s enduring classic, the 1949 box-office hit “Samson and Delilah”. Bina Rai reprised the role played by the beauty with brains, Hedy Lamarr. Prem Nath played Victor Mature’s role. Purnima played Angela Lansbury’s role.

The Hindi film was only a moderate success. Bina Rai and Prem Nath, the two principles in the movie, fell in love while shooting for this film and soon after its completion got married.

Here are the songs from this film…
swarapriya
(Javed Akhtar) Arjun (1985)

Songs from this album are uploaded in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains songs from the film. The second post contains several music clips.

Here is the first set of songs...
swarapriya
Some Music Clips from "Arjun (1985)"...

Here are some music clips from this film...


swarapriya
(Majrooh) Mr. & Mrs. '55 (1955)

This is another classic musical combination from OP, Majrooh, Geetaji, Shamshadji, Rafi Saab, Johnny Walker & Guru Dutt. This same team gave the previous year a hit in "Aar Paar". This time Madhubala joins in the fun. Thanks to her and the catchy songs, the movie became a hit.

Except for one song (two versions) all songs were written by Majrooh Saab. The song "Preetam Aan Milo", which appears in two versions, was written by Saroj Mohini Nayyar. She was the wife of the music director OP. This was during their happy married times. Later they got separated and lived separately.

I am uploading songs from this film in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from an original sound track album. The second post contains the two versions of "Preetam", some music clips, and a couple of instrumentals. Unfortunately the quality of "Preetam" is so so.

It is interesting to note that in Music Clip-4, about 41 seconds into the music, OP uses the music that became later the tune he used in 1958 for "Howrah Bridge" for the chart buster "Merra Naam Chhin Chhin Chhin".

Here are the songs from this album starting with the first post...


swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Mr. & Mrs. '55 (1955)"...

Here are the rest of the songs and some music clips from this film and a couple of instrumentals of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Ashiana (1952)

Baby Sadhana, the future heroine of many successful films, starred in this film playing the role of Nargis when she was a child. Here are the songs from this album...
HarshBhatt
Thanks for the wonderful collection
swarapriya
QUOTE(HarshBhatt @ Aug 11 2013, 11:08 AM) *

Thanks for the wonderful collection


Thank you kindly Harshji. You've always been supportive of my efforts. I appreciate it a great deal.

Cheers,
S
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Baadshah (1954)

Aparesh Lahiri, who sang the solo in this album “Jaage Mera Dil Soye Zamaana”, was a famous Bengali playback singer. He (see the attached picture) is the father of the famous music director and singer Bappi Lahiri. I am not aware of much of his work in Hindi but the solo in this album is outstanding. The way he sang the song it had that melancholic ring of the immortal Saigal Saab that also is Hemantda’s trademark singing.

Speaking of Hemantda, he has a duet and solo that is a dual song in this album. As expected, Hemantda is simply superb. Here are these and other songs from this album…
swarapriya
(Shakeel) Diwana (1952)

Here are the songs from this album...
usrafian
I will start from ‘Patita’, ‘Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahan Ho tum’ by Jagjit sahib & Chorus. In the song, Jagjit sahab’s voice is full of emotions with feathery softness, & succeed to touch the soul .

Baiju Bawaraa – Too excellent to say a word.

Kala Samandar –Never heard ‘Mohabbat Karo’ , thanks to Taiyab sahib for this gem, still my all-time favorite of this film is ‘Meri Tasveer Lekar Kya Karoge’ . (Here Anand Bakshi sahib is ahead of Sahir-the Great .. ha ha ha).

Sazaa – Un-doughtily ‘Tum Na Jaane Kis Jahan Mein Kho Gaye’ by Lata, is an immortal song, hearing this song by Brian Silos on piano is definitely a heavenly journey . ‘Ye Baat Koii samjhaye Re’ is beautifully sung by Sandhya Mukharji & deserves for collection, it recalls me her excellent song ‘Maine Jo Li Angdayee’ from ‘Jagte Raho’.

‘Dil Diya Dard Liya’, all songs are gems, collected ‘Koii Sagar ‘ on saxophone by Manohari Singh.

‘Mr & Mrs 55’ – Unable to say anything about O P Naiyyar-The Great. Apart from songs, music clips too are worthy for collection. As per OPN Sahab, ‘Preetam aan Milo’ was written by himself (1946) but to save tax it was labeled on his wife’s name Saroj. This song is excellently sung by C H Atmaram Sahab.

‘Badshah’ to badshah hi hai. ‘Aa Nile Gagan’ song is far far ahead of expression ‘excellent’. Aparesh Lahiri Sahib, not much known in HFM, good to know about him.

It is a boon to hear Rafi Sahab vs. Habib Wali Sahab 'Tasveer Banata Hoon' from Diwana.

Dear SP, my heartfelt thanks for providing us all these Gems that too in excellent quality with doubly excellent descriptions.

WAITING FOR MANY MORE GEMS smile.gif

USR
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Pardesi Dhola (1962) - A Punjabi Film...

Here are some of the songs from the Punjabi film "Pardesi Dhola" for which Bakshi Saab wrote some lyrics. My apologies for the poor quality of the songs...
swarapriya
QUOTE(usrafian @ Aug 14 2013, 12:10 AM) *

I will start from ‘Patita’, ‘Yaad Kiya Dil Ne Kahan Ho tum’ by Jagjit sahib & Chorus. In the song, Jagjit sahab’s voice is full of emotions with feathery softness, & succeed to touch the soul .

Baiju Bawaraa – Too excellent to say a word.

Kala Samandar –Never heard ‘Mohabbat Karo’ , thanks to Taiyab sahib for this gem, still my all-time favorite of this film is ‘Meri Tasveer Lekar Kya Karoge’ . (Here Anand Bakshi sahib is ahead of Sahir-the Great .. ha ha ha).

Sazaa – Un-doughtily ‘Tum Na Jaane Kis Jahan Mein Kho Gaye’ by Lata, is an immortal song, hearing this song by Brian Silos on piano is definitely a heavenly journey . ‘Ye Baat Koii samjhaye Re’ is beautifully sung by Sandhya Mukharji & deserves for collection, it recalls me her excellent song ‘Maine Jo Li Angdayee’ from ‘Jagte Raho’.

‘Dil Diya Dard Liya’, all songs are gems, collected ‘Koii Sagar ‘ on saxophone by Manohari Singh.

‘Mr & Mrs 55’ – Unable to say anything about O P Naiyyar-The Great. Apart from songs, music clips too are worthy for collection. As per OPN Sahab, ‘Preetam aan Milo’ was written by himself (1946) but to save tax it was labeled on his wife’s name Saroj. This song is excellently sung by C H Atmaram Sahab.

‘Badshah’ to badshah hi hai. ‘Aa Nile Gagan’ song is far far ahead of expression ‘excellent’. Aparesh Lahiri Sahib, not much known in HFM, good to know about him.

It is a boon to hear Rafi Sahab vs. Habib Wali Sahab 'Tasveer Banata Hoon' from Diwana.

Dear SP, my heartfelt thanks for providing us all these Gems that too in excellent quality with doubly excellent descriptions.

WAITING FOR MANY MORE GEMS smile.gif

USR


My Dear USR,

Thank you very much for taking time to share your thoughts on these songs. Since the problems associated with uploading files, that lasted nearly nine long weeks without a clue of what is happening, I have a feeling that the patronage of the Forum has noticeably dropped. May be this is simply my feeling. I hope I am wrong about this.

Again, many thanks for your comments. Any good word is always encouraging.

Cheers,
S
Abdur Rehman
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 6 2013, 01:47 PM) *

(Shakeel) Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)


Here is the first set of songs…


Thanks SP for the songs.
swarapriya
QUOTE(Abdur Rehman @ Aug 15 2013, 06:26 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 6 2013, 01:47 PM) *

(Shakeel) Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966)


Here is the first set of songs…


Thanks SP for the songs.


You're very welcome. Cheers.
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Dard-E-Dil (1953)

I have only three songs from this album. Some of the missing songs are shown in red italics in the table below. I am requesting members to share these songs if they can. Thank you.

Here are the three songs I have...
swarapriya
(Javed Akhtar) Meri Jung (1985)

Apart from the usual singers this album boasts three unlikely singers. Actor Javed Jafri joins Janaki and Kishoreda in the popular chart buster song “Bol Baby Bol”. Also, the co-music director Laxmikantji joins the producer and director of the film, Subhash Ghai in the song “Jhoom Le Ghoom Le”. Here are these and other popular songs from this entertaining album…
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Musafir Khana (1955)

Here are the songs from a typical OP album...
Achyntu
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 17 2013, 12:36 PM) *

(Majrooh) Musafir Khana (1955)

Here are the songs from a typical OP album...



Hello Swarapriya ji,
In the song Agar baabu dil pe kaabu, along with the chorus (during the antaras) it seems that Rafi saab is also singing, though it is quite faint. It is definitely the only male voice in the song. It is so much like his voice.

I hope someone can confirm.

Thanks!
taiyab53
QUOTE(Achyntu @ Aug 17 2013, 10:35 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 17 2013, 12:36 PM) *

(Majrooh) Musafir Khana (1955)

Here are the songs from a typical OP album...



Hello Swarapriya ji,
In the song Agar baabu dil pe kaabu, along with the chorus (during the antaras) it seems that Rafi saab is also singing, though it is quite faint. It is definitely the only male voice in the song. It is so much like his voice.

I hope someone can confirm.

Thanks!

according to HFGK have nor given any credit to Rafi sahab for this song, & there is only humming which not clear.
taiyab
Achyntu
QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Aug 18 2013, 12:31 AM) *

QUOTE(Achyntu @ Aug 17 2013, 10:35 PM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 17 2013, 12:36 PM) *

(Majrooh) Musafir Khana (1955)

Here are the songs from a typical OP album...



Hello Swarapriya ji,
In the song Agar baabu dil pe kaabu, along with the chorus (during the antaras) it seems that Rafi saab is also singing, though it is quite faint. It is definitely the only male voice in the song. It is so much like his voice.

I hope someone can confirm.

Thanks!

according to HFGK have nor given any credit to Rafi sahab for this song, & there is only humming which not clear.
taiyab


Thank you for the clarification, Taiyab-ji!
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Ghungroo (1952)

I am uploading all but two songs from this album below. It appears that I may be missing two songs shown in red italics in the table below. If indeed this is the case I am requesting members to please share these if they can. Thank you.

Here are the songs from this album...
taiyab53
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 18 2013, 01:38 PM) *

(Rajinder Krishan) Ghungroo (1952)

I am uploading all but two songs from this album below. It appears that I may be missing two songs shown in red italics in the table below. If indeed this is the case I am requesting members to please share these if they can. Thank you.

Here is a note on the song "“Dil Kisi Ko Dijiye, Dil Kisi Ka Lijiye”. It is supposed to be a duet; but Rafi’s portion is missing. Also I have my doubts about this song. The voice does not sound to be that of Zohrabai. There is a song by Zubaida Khanum which sounds almost like this. It is from the Pakistani film “Noor-E-Islam”. If anyone can clarify the situation please kindly do so. Thanks.

Here are the songs from this album...

Dear swarapriya
Thanks again for this rear gem
few points
1) badnaam ho raha hai ---is the same song wafa ke naam se(song starts with wafaa ke naam se)
2)Dil Kisi ko dijiye which you have uploaded is sure not sung by Zohrabai.
this song is probably from Pakistani Movie NOOR E Islam sung by Zubaida khanum.
according to HFGK it is sung by Zohra bai & rafi saheb should be different song. again there are only 9 songs from this film as per HFGK.
3)ab jee ke koi kya kare is from film MAJBOOR 1948 -song starts with Daman Hai--
just coreection
Thanks
swarapriya
QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Aug 18 2013, 10:27 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 18 2013, 01:38 PM) *

(Rajinder Krishan) Ghungroo (1952)

I am uploading all but two songs from this album below. It appears that I may be missing two songs shown in red italics in the table below. If indeed this is the case I am requesting members to please share these if they can. Thank you.

Here is a note on the song "“Dil Kisi Ko Dijiye, Dil Kisi Ka Lijiye”. It is supposed to be a duet; but Rafi’s portion is missing. Also I have my doubts about this song. The voice does not sound to be that of Zohrabai. There is a song by Zubaida Khanum which sounds almost like this. It is from the Pakistani film “Noor-E-Islam”. If anyone can clarify the situation please kindly do so. Thanks.

Here are the songs from this album...

Dear swarapriya
Thanks again for this rear gem
few points
1) badnaam ho raha hai ---is the same song wafa ke naam se(song starts with wafaa ke naam se)
2)Dil Kisi ko dijiye which you have uploaded is sure not sung by Zohrabai.
this song is probably from Pakistani Movie NOOR E Islam sung by Zubaida khanum.
according to HFGK it is sung by Zohra bai & rafi saheb should be different song. again there are only 9 songs from this film as per HFGK.
3)ab jee ke koi kya kare is from film MAJBOOR 1948 -song starts with Daman Hai--
just coreection
Thanks


Thank you very much Dear Taiyab for going through all of this with a fine tooth comb. I made all the changes per your recommendations. Again, million thanks for all the suggestions.

Cheers,
Swarapriya
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Boot Polish (1954)

This movie was produced by Raj Kapoor who had a cameo appearance (sleeping in the train) in the film. The movie centered around two children and their travails. Rattan Kumar, who had one of the major roles as the boy, later migrated to Pakistan. Naaz, the other principal star of the movie, grew up and appeared as an adult in only few movies. One of her notable appearances was as the daughter of Guru Dutt in the classic drama "Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959)". Otherwise she appeared in few listless movies and was quickly forgotten and faded away from the limelight.

“Boot Polish” was both commercial as well as an artistic success. In the very same year1954, K.A. Abbas (a close friend and associate of Raj) wrote, produced, and directed "Munna" about an orphan kid searching for a home. "Munna" won most of the laurels, and deservedly so. But in the process, it stole the thunder from this fine movie.

This was the first movie for which Lata Mangeshkar didn't sing for Shankar & Jaikishan. Lata originally was signed to sing the song "Main Bahaaron Ki Natkhat Raani". But she refused to sing it because its initial lyrics were "Main Bazaaron Ki Natkhat Raani". She found them to be objectionable. Jaipuri Saab changed the lyrics to "Main Bahaaron Ki" to accommodate Lata ji. Even then she refused to sing that song. Shankar & Jaikishan then decided instead to use Asha's voice.

With Lata opting to be out, Asha was at the center stage in this movie singing all of the female songs. This was also the first movie for which Mukesh didn't sing a song for a Raj Kapoor production in which Raj appeared, albeit briefly. Apart from their regular lyricists Shailendra & Hasrat Jaipuri, one of the songs, “Raat Gayi”, was written by Deepak.

As part of trivia, it is worth mentioning that the great veteran actor David Abraham who lip synched for Mannada’s song “Lapak Jhapak” was wearing a uniform numbered 420. The song was picturized in a jail cell. Interestingly, Raj’s “Shree 420” was still a year away from its release. Apparently that movie inspired director Prakash Arora to use the number for David’s uniform in the jail.

Lyricist Shailendra is apparently in the film (his name appeared in the title credits). I saw the film recently but could not locate him in any scene.

The song “Raat Gayi” in the film is actually three songs: “Raat Gayi”, “John Chacha”, and “Tujhe Rukna Nahin”. These three songs happen in succession, continuously without any break in between them. Some albums list these three as one song. Others separate it into two songs; one “Raat Gayi” and the other two combined as “John Chacha”. Yet others separate them into three individual songs. I am uploading here this song as three separate songs and one full song comprising all three.

I am uploading the songs from an original soundtrack in two back-to-back posts. In the first post I am including a couple of instrumentals by Master Ebrahim.

Now for the details of the songs in the first post and the songs themselves…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Boot Polish (1954)"...

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


swarapriya
(Shakeel) Sheesha (1952)

Songs from this album were uploaded few months back in this very thread. However, they are no longer active. Unless someone would like me to upload these songs again, I will skip them this time around as they were made available only recently.

swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Reporter Raju (1962)

The movie was inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller “The 39 Steps” made in 1935. Except for one song, “Raat Jhoomti” which was shot in color, the movie was in black & white. There are only five songs in the film but they all are good. Rafi Saab even yodels in the song “Ghussa Fuzool Hai”. It is a mighty fine job indeed. Here is this and other songs and some music clips from this film…
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Khoj (1953)

Nisar Bazmi (his picture attached below) composed for nearly 40 Hindi films before migrating to Pakistan. He had only 26 of them released and was still busy working on 14 different films before his departure. Later on all of these were released after he migrated to Pakistan in June 1962.

Laxmikant & Pyarelal, the famous composer duo, were his assistants for some of those films he provided music for while he was in India. Bazmi Saab also was instrumental in introducing Anand Bakshi Saab in the film “Bhola Admi (1958)”. Incidentally, Bazmi also takes credit for introducing Alamgir, considered by many as a pioneer of pop music in Pakistan.

Two of the songs from this film, “Chanda Ka Dil” and “Yeh Hawa” were a rage when the film was released. Shammi Kapoor who was the hero of the film made his debut earlier this same year in “Thokar”. “Khoj” was a flop and completely forgotten. But even today these two songs are still remembered fondly.

Rafi Saab’s song had the distinction of the first of Bazmi’s compositions that was played on the radio for a long time after the movie’s release.

Unfortunately, I have only these two songs from this film that I am uploading here. Some of the missing songs are listed in red italics in the table below. I am requesting members to share these songs with rest of us if they can. Thank you.

Here are the two songs I have…
kasani840
QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 4 2013, 12:43 PM) *

(Majrooh) Dhobi Doctor (1954)

Here are the songs from this album...


Swarapriya, I missed ur upload of Dhobi Doctor. Can u plz upload these songs again? Thanx in advance
taiyab53
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Aug 22 2013, 01:38 PM) *

(Hasrat Jaipuri) Khoj (1953)

Nisar Bazmi (his picture attached below) composed for nearly 40 Hindi films before migrating to Pakistan. He had only 26 of them released and was still busy working on 14 different films before his departure. Later on all of these were released after he migrated to Pakistan in June 1962.

Laxmikant & Pyarelal, the famous composer duo, were his assistants for some of those films he provided music for while he was in India. Bazmi Saab also was instrumental in introducing Anand Bakshi Saab in the film “Bhola Admi (1958)”. Incidentally, Bazmi also takes credit for introducing Alamgir, considered by many as a pioneer of pop music in Pakistan.

Two of the songs from this film, “Chanda Ka Dil” and “Yeh Hawa” were a rage when the film was released. Shammi Kapoor who was the hero of the film made his debut earlier this same year in “Thokar”. “Khoj” was a flop and completely forgotten. But even today these two songs are still remembered fondly.

Rafi Saab’s song had the distinction of the first of Bazmi’s compositions that was played on the radio for a long time after the movie’s release.

Unfortunately, I have only these two songs from this film that I am uploading here. Some of the missing songs are listed in red italics in the table below. I am requesting members to share these songs with rest of us if they can. Thank you.

Here are the two songs I have…

here are two songs my collection rest are requested. note sound quality poor
taiyab
1)53-khoj-nayi tumne duniya dikha di sanam-ashima bennerji-nisar bazmi-anjum jaipuri-2.56 mins-192 br
2)53-khoj-ye aayain ghar-mere aayi miss chham-solochna kadam & afzal hussain-raja mehendi ali khan-3.05 mins-192 br
swarapriya
QUOTE(taiyab53 @ Aug 22 2013, 11:46 AM) *


here are two songs my collection rest are requested. note sound quality poor
taiyab
1)53-khoj-nayi tumne duniya dikha di sanam-ashima bennerji-nisar bazmi-anjum jaipuri-2.56 mins-192 br
2)53-khoj-ye aayain ghar-mere aayi miss chham-solochna kadam & afzal hussain-raja mehendi ali khan-3.05 mins-192 br




Thank you very much Taiyab for the songs. Cheers. -S
swarapriya
(Javed Akhtar) Saagar (1985)

This was one of the most eagerly awaited films in 1985. Dimple Kapadia, who made her sensational debut in Raj Kapoor’s “Bobby (1973)” got married to Rajesh Khanna and retired from the films. Several years of their marriage bliss ended in separation. Dimple then decided to come back to acting in the movies. When Ramesh Sippy offered her the role in “Saagar”, again with Rishi Kapoor who was her costar in “Bobby”, she readily agreed. The movie boasted beautiful songs, lush photography, and stunning pictures of Dimple. But the movie was all Ramesh Sippy. In his brilliant direction the romance is shown through the sea waves endlessly kissing the shore thus symbolizing the restlessness of the lovers.

The film starred two male leads in Rishi Kapoor and Kamal Haasan. Haasan was nominated for Filmfare Award in two categories; as the Best Actor and as the Best Supporting Actor. He walked away with the Best Actor Award. This happened once before in 1970. Ashok Kumar was nominated in the same two categories for his performance in “Aashirwad”. He also bagged the Best Actor Award.

Dimple also won the Best Actress Filmfare Award. For the brilliant photography, S.M. Anwar won the Best Cinematography Filmfare Award. Finally, Kishoreda won the Best Playback Male Singer Filmfare Award for the song “Saagar Kinaare” rounding out the awards.

I am uploading songs from this film in three back-to-back posts. These contain songs from the film and some instrumentals of the popular songs from the film. Here is the first set…
swarapriya
Continuing Songs from "Saagar (1985)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this album and a couple of instrumentals...
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