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swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Coffee House (1957)

Here are the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Javed Akhtar) Ishq (1997)

Here are all the songs from this popular film. I am uploading them in two back-to-back posts. The following is the first set of songs...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Ishq (1997)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this popular album...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Solva Saal (1958)

This is another movie adapted from Frank Capra's famous English movie "It Happened One Night (1934)" that starred Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable. It was already made as "Chori Chori (1956)" with Nargis and Raj Kapoor which was a huge hit. This one with Waheeda and Dev was followed by "Basant (1960)" starring Nutan and Shammi Kapoor. Much later Mahesh Bhatt made the same story as "Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin" in 1991 with Pooja Bhatt and Aamir Khan. The fascination for this story has yielded some very successful films but invariably many beautiful musical songs.

Raj Khosla was back again directing this with young Waheeda and debonair Dev looking like million bucks. This was Khosla’s third film as a director and also third one in a row with Dev. Raj’s fourth and fifth films also starred Dev.

“Solva Saal” has beautiful music composed by the inimitable Burmanda. RD was the assistant music director. One can see his signature harmonica tune all over in the popular hit song "Hai Apna Dil Toh Aawaara". This song with Hemantda’s beautiful swinging singing takes ones breath away.

I am uploading this and other songs from this fine album in two back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the film plus a snippet. The second post contains several instrumentals of the song “Hai Apna Dil”.

Here are the songs in the first post from this sweet sixteen album...
swarapriya
Some Instrumentals of the Songs "Hai Apna Dil" from "Solva Saal (1958)"...

Here are some instrumentals of the popular song "Hai Apna Dil" from this film...
soumik
Dear Swarapriya Bhai,

Requesting you to kindly upload the following songs...

1. Sara Zamana Chhod Chale (6:28) - Ahsaas
2. Pakdo Pakdo (5:57) – Naseeb
3. Rang Jamaake (7:10) – Naseeb
4. Pehle Rock N Roll (8:00) - Main Balwaan
5. Aa Meri Diljaani (5:54) – Insaaf Ki Pukar
6. Humnasheen Aage Bahut (7:11) – Ek Daku Shaher Mein
7. Tum Se Mila Tha (4:57) – Khatta Meetha
8. Hum Tum Chale (4:51) – Zameen Aasmaan (1972)
9. Aap Apne Nashe (6:16) – Swayamvar
10. Ek Mahal Mein (4:38) - Swayamvar

Regards

Soumik
swarapriya
QUOTE(soumik @ May 21 2014, 11:36 AM) *

Dear Swarapriya Bhai,

Requesting you to kindly upload the following songs...

1. Sara Zamana Chhod Chale (6:28) - Ahsaas
2. Pakdo Pakdo (5:57) – Naseeb
3. Rang Jamaake (7:10) – Naseeb
4. Pehle Rock N Roll (8:00) - Main Balwaan
5. Aa Meri Diljaani (5:54) – Insaaf Ki Pukar
6. Humnasheen Aage Bahut (7:11) – Ek Daku Shaher Mein
7. Tum Se Mila Tha (4:57) – Khatta Meetha
8. Hum Tum Chale (4:51) – Zameen Aasmaan (1972)
9. Aap Apne Nashe (6:16) – Swayamvar
10. Ek Mahal Mein (4:38) - Swayamvar

Regards

Soumik



See the next two posts...
swarapriya
I am uploading the following songs on request. The sources of these songs are CDs & DVDs...
swarapriya
Here are the rest of the songs that were requested. The sources of these songs are CDs & DVDs...
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Bandhan (1956)

Here is another fine album from Hemantda...
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Coffee House (1957)

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

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...mp;#entry730617

soumik

Thanks a lot....

QUOTE(swarapriya @ May 24 2014, 12:41 PM) *

Here are the rest of the songs that were requested. The sources of these songs are CDs & DVDs...

swarapriya
(Shakeel) Mere Mehboob (1963)

There were two big reasons that made this movie such a big winner. First it was Sadhana's ravishingly beautiful but charmingly disarming simple looks that made millions fall in love with her. The second and an equally important reason was Naushadji's unforgettable score. Of course it was no "Baiju Bawra", but how many times one will exceed in their lifetime such a magnificent score. Each song from the film became a major hit with both versions of the title song taking the crown.

I am uploading these songs in three back-to-back posts. The first two posts contain all songs from the film and a couple of specials. The final post contains some instrumentals. Here is a description of the songs in the first post and the songs themselves...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Mere Mehboob (1963)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this beautiful album...
swarapriya
Instrumentals of Some Songs from "Mere Mehboob (1963)"...

Here are some instrumentals of songs from the film "Mere Mehboob"...
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Aaye Din Bahaar Ke (1966)

This is a beautiful album from LP & Bakshi Saab. It boasts outstanding songs that were a rage when the film was originally released. Of all the songs, Lata’s “Suno Sajna” is a classic to remember for ages to come. I am not sure how accurate this information is but I read somewhere that for this song Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia provided flute, Ustad Allah Rakha tabla, and Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma santoor. The DVD titles did not provide any of these details. Therefore it is difficult to authenticate the accuracy of this information. The other favorite song of mine from this album is Asha’s solo “Khat Likh De”. I am uploading these and other songs from this melodious album in two back-to-back posts.

Here is the first set of songs…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Aaye Din Bahaar Ke (1966)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this popular album including Son Nigam's version song...

swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Johnny Walker (1957)

Here are the songs from this album...
soumik
Dear Swarapriya Bhai,

Please upload the following songs -

1 Na Kal ka Pata (6:34) – Muqaddar Ka Faisla
2 Rimjhim Gire (3:55) – Manzil
3 Tum ho Mere Dil Ki (3:51) – Manzil
4 Bane Chahe Dushman_part 1 (4:30) – Dostana
5 Janu Meri Jaan (7:12) – Shaan
6 Ae Ladki Pyar Karegi (5:03) – Tumhari Kasam
7 Hum Bhi Raahon Mein (6:49) – Saalam Memsaab
8 Jaanewale (5:41) – Saalam Memsaab
9 Doston ki Haqeeqat (5:49) – Laila
10 Kab Maane O Dil ke (4:04) – Phagun
11 Uljhan Hazaar Koi (8:34) – Chandi Sona
12 Mere Dil Mein Jo (6:06) – Aap Ke Deewane
13 Saanjh Pade Gaaye Deewana (5:02) – Saveraywali Gaadi
14 Jab Do Pyar Milte Hain (6:10) – Saveraywali Gaadi
15 Hum Ne Jo Bhi (5:30) – Mard Ki Zabaan
16 Lo Aa Gaya Hero (5:28) – Mard Ki Zabaan
Regards
Soumik
swarapriya
QUOTE(soumik @ Jun 4 2014, 11:36 PM) *

Dear Swarapriya Bhai,

Please upload the following songs -

1 Na Kal ka Pata (6:34) – Muqaddar Ka Faisla
2 Rimjhim Gire (3:55) – Manzil
3 Tum ho Mere Dil Ki (3:51) – Manzil
4 Bane Chahe Dushman_part 1 (4:30) – Dostana
5 Janu Meri Jaan (7:12) – Shaan
6 Ae Ladki Pyar Karegi (5:03) – Tumhari Kasam
7 Hum Bhi Raahon Mein (6:49) – Saalam Memsaab
8 Jaanewale (5:41) – Saalam Memsaab
9 Doston ki Haqeeqat (5:49) – Laila
10 Kab Maane O Dil ke (4:04) – Phagun
11 Uljhan Hazaar Koi (8:34) – Chandi Sona
12 Mere Dil Mein Jo (6:06) – Aap Ke Deewane
13 Saanjh Pade Gaaye Deewana (5:02) – Saveraywali Gaadi
14 Jab Do Pyar Milte Hain (6:10) – Saveraywali Gaadi
15 Hum Ne Jo Bhi (5:30) – Mard Ki Zabaan
16 Lo Aa Gaya Hero (5:28) – Mard Ki Zabaan
Regards
Soumik



Soumik,

I will upload these songs in four separate installments, four at a time, in the next several days. Currently I am busy with other commitments but be reassured that I will honor your requests.

Cheers,
S

soumik

Dear Swarapriya.....Please take ur time, I am not in a hurry.

Soumik


QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 5 2014, 11:20 PM) *

QUOTE(soumik @ Jun 4 2014, 11:36 PM) *

Dear Swarapriya Bhai,

Please upload the following songs -

1 Na Kal ka Pata (6:34) – Muqaddar Ka Faisla
2 Rimjhim Gire (3:55) – Manzil
3 Tum ho Mere Dil Ki (3:51) – Manzil
4 Bane Chahe Dushman_part 1 (4:30) – Dostana
5 Janu Meri Jaan (7:12) – Shaan
6 Ae Ladki Pyar Karegi (5:03) – Tumhari Kasam
7 Hum Bhi Raahon Mein (6:49) – Saalam Memsaab
8 Jaanewale (5:41) – Saalam Memsaab
9 Doston ki Haqeeqat (5:49) – Laila
10 Kab Maane O Dil ke (4:04) – Phagun
11 Uljhan Hazaar Koi (8:34) – Chandi Sona
12 Mere Dil Mein Jo (6:06) – Aap Ke Deewane
13 Saanjh Pade Gaaye Deewana (5:02) – Saveraywali Gaadi
14 Jab Do Pyar Milte Hain (6:10) – Saveraywali Gaadi
15 Hum Ne Jo Bhi (5:30) – Mard Ki Zabaan
16 Lo Aa Gaya Hero (5:28) – Mard Ki Zabaan
Regards
Soumik



Soumik,

I will upload these songs in four separate installments, four at a time, in the next several days. Currently I am busy with other commitments but be reassured that I will honor your requests.

Cheers,
S

swarapriya
Following are part of the songs that were requested. The others will follow at a later time. Source of these songs is either CD or DVD...
swarapriya
Here is the second set of songs that were requested...
swarapriya
(Javed Akhtar) Mrityudand (1997)

Prakash Jha who grew up in rural Bihar wrote the story of this film inspired by some true events he saw growing up. He also wrote its dialogues, produced the film, and directed it as well. He assembled a great crew of artistes but his story mostly revolved around one character. This character was played brilliantly by Madhuri Dixit. Her role calls for varying degrees of exhibiting mature histrionics and she came through in a very convincing fashion. Even though stalwarts like Shabana Azmi and Om Puri were there, in the end you only remember Madhuri's performance, as their characters were not developed fully.

Jha has concocted a powerful yarn but occasionally went astray by giving importance to some of the supporting characters, notably the actor who played the M.L.A. It could have more poignant tale if early part of the movie paid more attention to some of the details that were skimped through quickly.

Also helped the movie were Akhtar Saab's beautiful lyrics and inspiring music by Anand & Milind. All songs were super hits. I have my own favorite in the film. It is the duet by Sadhna Sargam & Hariharan, "Raat Mehke". Very powerful lyrics brought to life by the two great artistes with very liltingly touching music. I am uploading this and other songs and some music clips from the film in two back-to-back posts.

Here are the songs in the first post...
swarapriya
Some Music Clips from "Mrityudand (1997)"...

Here are some music clips from this fine album...
swarapriya
The following is the third set of songs that were requested...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Sone Ki Chidiya (1958)

This movie belonged to Nutan. She is in almost every frame in the film. Talat Mahmood and Balraj Sahni provide her love interest. Talat ji appeared in the first half of the movie and has two beautiful duets with Asha. Sahni Saab appeared in the second half of the film. There were brief guest appearances by Ashok Kumar, Dev Anand, Motilal, and Shekhar. The movie had its moments but was unevenly done. Also, it is difficult comprehend that after becoming a popular actress the heroine took all kinds of abuse, even whiplashing, from her relatives with whom she was living.

The standout of the movie is its songs composed by OP. Almost all songs are beautiful and most became chartbusters. Majrooh Saab wrote only song for this film. Kaifi Azmi Saab wrote a poem that he himself recited in the film lip synching for Balraj Sahni. Rest of the songs were written by Sahir Saab. Some of the great songs include “Bekas Ki”, both versions of “Pyaar Par”, all versions of “Raat Bhar”, and “Sach Bata”. I am uploading these and other songs from the film in two back-to-back posts.

Here is first set of songs…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Sone Ki Chidiya (1958)"...

Concluding Songs from this fine album...
swarapriya
Here is the fourth and final installment of songs that were requested...
Pratul
Dear Swarapriya,

Could you please upload songs for Dosti (1964) again?

Thank you in advance.

Pratul.
soumik
Thanks a lot Swarapriya Bhai....

Regards

Soumik



QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 18 2014, 11:17 AM) *

Here is the fourth and final installment of songs that were requested...

swarapriya
QUOTE(Pratul @ Jun 18 2014, 02:06 AM) *

Dear Swarapriya,

Could you please upload songs for Dosti (1964) again?

Thank you in advance.

Pratul.


Dear Pratul,

It is good to hear from you.

Unless you want them urgently, Pratul, I will upload them around next week under the topic of "Majrooh" in this thread. I just had "Sone Ki Chidiya" uploaded under his topic so would like a week's time.

Cheers,
S
swarapriya
QUOTE(soumik @ Jun 18 2014, 06:27 AM) *

Thanks a lot Swarapriya....

Regards

Soumik



QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 18 2014, 11:17 AM) *

Here is the fourth and final installment of songs that were requested...



You are very welcome Soumik.

Cheers,
S
swarapriya
(Rajinder Krishan) Bhai-Bhai (1956)

This film from AVM was a huge hit with several popular songs in it. It was directed by M.V. Raman who earlier introduced Vyjayantimala to Hindi audience (in “Bahar (1951)”) and made several hit Tamil films and Hindi films. Kishoreda was his favorite and every Hindi film he made through 1958 starred Kishoreda. These include “Bahar (1951)”, “Ladki (1953)”, “Pehli Jhalak (1954)”, “Asha (1957” and “Chandan (1958)”. Kishoreda also starred in “Payal Ki Jhankar”, a 1968 film directed by Raman.

This was Madan Mohanji’s first assignment for an AVM film. And he came through in flying colors. The movie boasted several hit songs. Even though the movie looks dated now it was a highly popular film. Daisy Irani, who was introduced the previous year in “Bandish”, appeared in this film under the name of Roop Kumar. The titles had her name as the “Wonder Child” Roop Kumar.

Even though Lataji dominated the proceedings, the song of the album is Geetaji’s “Aye Dil Mujhe Bata De”. This song in Geetaji’s mesmerizing voice is transformed into a thing of utter beauty. The honeyed sweetness of her voice, the seductive traces in her tone, the sheer power of richness of its lyrics, these all come together to make a definitive statement about the romance in the air. This is considered to be one of the top songs sung by Geetaji. Interestingly, for Madan Mohanji, who composed so many brilliant songs with Lataji, this song also is considered to be one of his top compositions. Yet, one of our senior members and the man who knows inside out of Geetaji, my friend Parag Sankla tells that the song almost never came about. The problem was that Mohanji for some reason or other did not want to compose the song in the first place. It was the producer of the film who persuaded Madanji to compose it and have Geetaji sing the song. Parag thinks that the music for the song itself is not that great because of its indifferent composition of the tune and the use of relatively indifferent musical pieces in between the stanzas. Irrespective of this background for the song, it is a real tribute to the genius of Geetaji that she could breathe life into the song and glide through it so romantically making it a memorable hit.

I am uploading songs from this film in three back-to-back posts. In the first post I am including a special in which the late great Begum Akhtar talks about Madan Mohanji and the song “Kadar Jaane Naa”. The song “Apna Hai” appears piecemeal four times in the film. I am including all these four parts in the third post. I am also including the full version that includes all these four parts. You can download either the four separate parts or just one complete song. But you don’t need to download both. In this post I am also including a special in which the singer Preeti Sagar talks about Geetaji.

The songs start in the next post…



swarapriya
Songs from "Bhai-Bhai (1956)"

Here are the songs in the first post...
swarapriya
Continuing Songs from "Bhai-Bhai (1956)"...

Here are more songs from this popular album...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Bhai-Bhai (1956)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this fine album. Please note that the song "Apna Hai" is the same as its separate parts listed here. Please download either the four separate parts or the one whole one. But not both...
Pratul
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 18 2014, 11:38 PM) *

QUOTE(Pratul @ Jun 18 2014, 02:06 AM) *

Dear Swarapriya,

Could you please upload songs for Dosti (1964) again?

Thank you in advance.

Pratul.


Dear Pratul,

It is good to hear from you.

Unless you want them urgently, Pratul, I will upload them around next week under the topic of "Majrooh" in this thread. I just had "Sone Ki Chidiya" uploaded under his topic so would like a week's time.

Cheers,
S


Thanks Swarapriya. Will wait for your upload next week.

Its nice to be back. Over the past year I could not participate much in the forum but hopefully I will be able to participate in the discussions here.
swarapriya
(Shailendra) Aji Bas Shukriya (1958)

Eagle Films made many hit movies starring Shammi Kapoor. In this film they have Geeta Bali, Shammi’s wife, playing the lead. The problem with this film was it could not make up its mind whether it wants to be a comedy or a drama. By the time it settles down into one of these genres the movie was finished. Geeta Bai who could be very funny was underutilized because of the aforementioned problem.

There are only few songs in this film but they are good. The seven songs were written by four different lyricists. Usha Khanna, who was to make history making debut as a music director the following year with “Dil Deke Dekho”, was here singing a song with Asha. She also wrote that song.

The standout song of the album is Lataji’s beautiful solo “Saari Saari Raat”. I am uploading this and other songs, some music clips, a version song of “Saari Saari Raat”, and a couple of instrumentals of the same song in two back-to-back posts.

Here are the songs in the first post…
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Aji Bas Shukriya (1958)"...

Here are some music clips, instrumentals and a version song...
swarapriya
(Shakeel) Mulzim (1963)

The collaboration between the music director Ravi and the lyricist Shakeel Saab produced many hit songs from several films whether they were successful or not. This movie, very mediocre one, is a prime example. Almost all songs from the film are appealing but an unconvincing story with a silly plot leaves one disappointed. N.A. Ansari, who has some resemblance to the yesteryear actor Bela Lugosi who was famous for playing Count Dracula in many films, directed the film besides having an important role in the film. He played the role of an eye specialist who decides to help a blind woman to restore her sight so that he can find her innocent but fugitive son and get rid of him. This way he was planning to escape from the murder he committed.

The movie has several good songs in it. All solos by Rafi Saab are pleasing to listen to. So is Asha's solo. The duet by Asha and Rafi, "Sang Sang Rahenge" has a catchy tune. Here is this and the rest of the songs from this film...
swarapriya
(Majrooh) Dosti (1964)

I am foregoing my usual chronological order of uploading songs from the films to honor a special request...

LP made their stunning debut as independent music directors only the previous year, in 1963, with “Parasmani”. They followed it with another musical hit the same year, “Harischandra Taramati”. In spite of these early major successes the duo was still not taken for granted and were looking for work. When Rajshri folks approached them to compose music for “Dosti” they jumped at the opportunity even though they were paid a meagerly amount of 10,000 Rupees for their efforts.

One of the main characters in the film was a harmonica player. LP needed someone to play harmonica in the film. Vijayalaxmi, Laxmikant’s sister, knew about R.D. Burman’s skill as a harmonica player. RD, who made his debut as an independent music director with “Chhote Nawab” in 1961 was also looking for work. When LP approached him for help with playing harmonica music he readily agreed.

Pyarelal in many interviews acknowledged that Panchamda was an undisputed king of harmonica. Pyarelal went on to declare that Pancham’s skill was simply unparalleled and he never met with anyone in the industry with that kind of talent. Pyarelal remembered in the interviews that RD played the harmonica in all the songs in the film. He even volunteered to play it for the background score but LP did not want to take this generous gesture from RD. By the way, for the background score, Milon Gupta, a good friend of RD, played the harmonica.

Many experts analyzed songs from “Dosti” to conclude that the best harmonica score was probably for the song “Jaanewaalo”. These people agreed that the harmonica pieces in this song created a mood of sorrow, torment, and anguish that may have paralleled RD’s internal suffering during that time. Incidentally, RD also provided the harmonica music for Kishoreda’s “Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein”, also in 1964, for the song “Raahi Tu Mat Ruk Jaana”.

The film writer late Sachin Bhowmick told in an interview that as early as 1960, Laxmikant was seriously contemplating to partner with RD as a music director duo team. But when RD signed for Mahmood’s “Chhhote Nawab” that idea evaporated. Laxmi then took Pyare as his team. The team made an enduring partnership that lasted until Laxmi’s death in 1998.

“Dosti” won several Filmfare Awards that year. These included the Best Picture, the Best Music (LP), The Best lyrics for “Chaahoonga” (Majrooh), the Best Song “Chaahoonga” (Rafi), the Best Story, and the “Best Dialogues”. The movie beat out Madan Mohanji’s “Woh Kaun Thi?” and Shankar & Jaikishan’s “Sangam” when it won the Best Music Director Award. This was the first of seven Filmfare Awards LP won during their illustrious career. Incidentally, Majrooh Saab was the lyricist only for this movie. The other Award winners all had Anand Bakshi Saab as the lyricist.

Sanjay Khan made his acting debut in this film. For the teenagers Sushil Kumar and Sudhir Kumar who made their debut playing friends in the film, no other opportunities came along.

I am uploading all songs, music clips, version songs, and instrumentals in three back-to-back posts. The first post contains all songs from the film and some music clips. The second post contains several version songs. The third post contains mostly instrumentals of some of the popular songs from the film.

Here are the songs in the first part, starting in the next post…

swarapriya
Songs from "Dosti (1964)"...

Here are all the songs and some music clips from this film...
swarapriya
Version Songs of "Dosti (1964)"...

Here are some of the version songs of the popular songs from the film...
swarapriya
Instrumentals of Some Popular Songs from "Dosti (1964)"...

Here are a couple of specials and instrumentals...
Pratul
QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 25 2014, 04:56 AM) *

(Majrooh) Dosti (1964)

I am foregoing my usual chronological order of uploading songs from the films to honor a special request...


Thank you Swarapriya for uploading the songs. This album has a special place in my heart, and I am sure every HFM fan's heart. I would count this soundtrack in my Top 10 hindi film albums, each song is a gem. And the stories around the whole making of this album to it winning filmfare award for LP add to the pleasure.

Thank you once again for sharing this album.

Pratul
swarapriya
QUOTE(Pratul @ Jun 25 2014, 06:16 AM) *

QUOTE(swarapriya @ Jun 25 2014, 04:56 AM) *

(Majrooh) Dosti (1964)

I am foregoing my usual chronological order of uploading songs from the films to honor a special request...


Thank you Swarapriya for uploading the songs. This album has a special place in my heart, and I am sure every HFM fan's heart. I would count this soundtrack in my Top 10 hindi film albums, each song is a gem. And the stories around the whole making of this album to it winning filmfare award for LP add to the pleasure.

Thank you once again for sharing this album.

Pratul


You are very welcome Pratul. This definitely is one of the great albums from LP.

Cheers,
S
swarapriya
(Anand Bakshi) Chhota Bhai (1966)

The sole distinction of this dull, drab and dated family drama is one sparkling song from the sweet voice of Lataji. In the song "Diya Jage Saari Raina" she is her melodious best. I am uploading this and other songs from this album in two back-to-back posts. Here is the first set of songs...
swarapriya
Concluding Songs from "Chhota Bhai (1966)"...

Here are the rest of the songs from this album...
swarapriya
(Hasrat Jaipuri) Kathputli (1957)

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

http://www.hamaraforums.com/index.php?show...4658&st=852


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