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surhall

hello.
sangeet ka safar welcome here to all Thanks to ADM, HF ji


Husnlal and Bhagatram were younger brothers of Pandit Amarnath, a famous composer of the 40's. Husnlal was accomplished violinist, and also a good classical singer. Bhagatram was an ace Harmonium player. They both worked as assistants for Pandit Amarnath.

Husnlal & Bhagatram beacme the first music director who worked as a pair. They got their first break in the film 'Chand' in 1944. They gave their first hit with 'Do Dilon Ko Yeh Duniya..' sung by Manju. Husnlal Bhagatram popularised Punjabi folk music, and their range of music has a rare lilt and rhythm. They became the most sought after composers with the success of films like 'Pyar Ki Jeet' and 'Badi Bahen' in the late 1940's.

Though many sad songs have been recorded before the song 'Ek Dil Ke Tukde Hazaar Huye..' (Pyar Ki Jeet) sung by Mohd. Rafi, got released. But this song gave a new dimensions to the sad songs. Mohd. Rafi got many sad songs after this one. According to Husnlal Bhagatram they had to put great efforts to make this song an instant hit. 'Ek Dil Ke..' was written by Qamar Jalalabadi, but according to him he did not wrote this song for 'Pyar Ki Jeet'. He wrote it for 'Sindoor' in 1941 but Shashidhar Mukherji, director of 'Sindoor' rejected the song and declared it 'useless'. Later, O P Dutta, director of 'Pyar Ki Jeet' heard it and was so excited that he changed the picturisation according to the demand of the song, and Husnlal Bhagatram proved him right, as the song became an instant hit soon after the release of the film.

HUSNLAL BHAGATRAM
Artiste Information






Filmography as Music Director

As Music Director
Sher Afghan (1966)
Tarzan And Circus (1965)
Shaheed Bhagat Singh (1963)
Apsara (1961)
Trolly Driver (1958)
Krishna Sudama (1957)
Dhushman (1957)
Jannat (1957)
Aan Baan (1956)
Mr. Chakram (1956)
Adl-E-Jahangir (1955)
Kanchan (1955)
Shama Parwana (1954)
Ansoo (1953)
Farmaish (1953)
Kafila (1952)
Raja Harishchandra (1952)
Afsana (1951)
Sanam (1951)
Shagun (1951)
Stage (1951)
Apni Chhaya (1950)
Birha Ki Raat (1950)
Chhoti Bhabhi (1950)
Gauna (1950)
Meena Bazaar (1950)
Pyar Ki Manzil (1950)
Sartaj (1950)
Surajmukhi (1950)
Amar Kahani (1949)
Badi Bahen (1949)
Balam (1949)
Bansaria (1949)
Hamari Manzil (1949)
Jal Tarang (1949)
Naach (1949)
Rakhi (1949)
Sawan Bhado (1949)
Lakhpati (1948)
Pyar Ki Jeet (1948)
Aaj Ki Raat (1948)
Heera (1947)
Mohan (1947)
Romeo & Juliet (1947)
Hum Ek Hain (1946)
Nargis (1946)
Chand (1944)
soon get soon also .
dhall
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QUOTE(cYb0rG @ Jun 28 2007, 08:44 AM) *

Two new forums have been added under Legendary Music Directors

Husnlal - Bhagatram and Sonik - Omi
- under Legendary Music Directors.



QUOTE(surhall @ Jun 28 2007, 02:37 PM) *

hello.
sangeet ka safar welcome here to all Thanks to ADM, HF ji


Husnlal and Bhagatram were younger brothers of Pandit Amarnath, a famous composer of the 40's. Husnlal was accomplished violinist, and also a good classical singer. Bhagatram was an ace Harmonium player. They both worked as assistants for Pandit Amarnath.

Husnlal & Bhagatram beacme the first music director who worked as a pair. They got their first break in the film 'Chand' in 1944. They gave their first hit with 'Do Dilon Ko Yeh Duniya..' sung by Manju. Husnlal Bhagatram popularised Punjabi folk music, and their range of music has a rare lilt and rhythm. They became the most sought after composers with the success of films like 'Pyar Ki Jeet' and 'Badi Bahen' in the late 1940's.

Though many sad songs have been recorded before the song 'Ek Dil Ke Tukde Hazaar Huye..' (Pyar Ki Jeet) sung by Mohd. Rafi, got released. But this song gave a new dimensions to the sad songs. Mohd. Rafi got many sad songs after this one. According to Husnlal Bhagatram they had to put great efforts to make this song an instant hit. 'Ek Dil Ke..' was written by Qamar Jalalabadi, but according to him he did not wrote this song for 'Pyar Ki Jeet'. He wrote it for 'Sindoor' in 1941 but Shashidhar Mukherji, director of 'Sindoor' rejected the song and declared it 'useless'. Later, O P Dutta, director of 'Pyar Ki Jeet' heard it and was so excited that he changed the picturisation according to the demand of the song, and Husnlal Bhagatram proved him right, as the song became an instant hit soon after the release of the film.

HUSNLAL BHAGATRAM
Artiste Information






Filmography as Music Director

As Music Director
Sher Afghan (1966)
Tarzan And Circus (1965)
Shaheed Bhagat Singh (1963)
Apsara (1961)
Trolly Driver (1958)
Krishna Sudama (1957)
Dhushman (1957)
Jannat (1957)
Aan Baan (1956)
Mr. Chakram (1956)
Adl-E-Jahangir (1955)
Kanchan (1955)
Shama Parwana (1954)
Ansoo (1953)
Farmaish (1953)
Kafila (1952)
Raja Harishchandra (1952)
Afsana (1951)
Sanam (1951)
Shagun (1951)
Stage (1951)
Apni Chhaya (1950)
Birha Ki Raat (1950)
Chhoti Bhabhi (1950)
Gauna (1950)
Meena Bazaar (1950)
Pyar Ki Manzil (1950)
Sartaj (1950)
Surajmukhi (1950)
Amar Kahani (1949)
Badi Bahen (1949)
Balam (1949)
Bansaria (1949)
Hamari Manzil (1949)
Jal Tarang (1949)
Naach (1949)
Rakhi (1949)
Sawan Bhado (1949)
Lakhpati (1948)
Pyar Ki Jeet (1948)
Aaj Ki Raat (1948)
Heera (1947)
Mohan (1947)
Romeo & Juliet (1947)
Hum Ek Hain (1946)
Nargis (1946)
Chand (1944)
soon get soon also .
dhall


Thanks a lot Surhall ...I have many personal favourites among their compositions...Chup chup kade ho zaroor koyi baat hai, chand sitare karte ishaare, chale jaana nahin nain milake,ek dil ke tukde hazaar huyi
,hame duniya ko dil ke zakm,sun mere sajna re dekhoji mujhko......among many others songs..
It is great to have a seperate sub-forum for these legendary composer duo...

oye_sonu
I welcome admins discsion to make new forums for HB rolleyes.gif


Few people know tht SJ, Khayaam and ( Laxmikant????) Did trained under Husan lal bhagat raam.


One can see some similarity in Dholak used by HB and these MDs. ( at least for certain works).

I read somewhere they also influenced Violin work of these MDs. ( not sure ) !




Salaam to gurus of SJ and Khayyam. !


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